About us

The name DORA stands for "Development of Rural Areas". DORA is a website that provides information beneficial to the community, specifically those from rural areas who are considered as disadvantaged and underprivileged. With DORA, people who need help or want to help has a way to access ongoing donation drives, volunteering opportunities, and assistance.

Our Mission Statement
DORA provides a thriving online community assistance platform that connects volunteers, those in need of assistance, and donors, fostering a culture of compassion, empowerment, and support. We are committed to building an online tool where individuals and organizations can come together to make a positive impact on the community, one act of kindness at a time.

Our Vision Statement
We aspire to build a community where every person can access and provide assistance, fostering kindness and solidarity. We aim to empower and inspire people to transform their communities by working together to address pressing social and humanitarian challenges.

Understanding User Roles

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Frequently Asked Questions

No, the only payment channel available for donations on DORA is PayPal.

No, you are only allowed to submit one application per volunteer project.

No, there is no registration fee to join DORA. Registration is free for all users, whether you're a Donor/Volunteer, an Assistance Applicant, or a Social Worker.

No, your user role is fixed and cannot be changed after registration. When you create an account on DORA, you will select a user role (Donor/Volunteer, Assistance Applicant, or Social Worker), and this role will remain consistent throughout your membership. Please choose your user role carefully during registration.

DORA offers a variety of assistance programs, including financial aid, educational support, healthcare assistance, and more. You can explore these programs in the Assistance section and apply for the one that aligns with your needs.

If you have questions or need assistance, you can contact us by visiting the Contact Us page. Fill out the contact form, and our team will respond to your inquiry as soon as possible.

If you forget your password, you can use the "Forgot Password" feature on the login page. Follow the instructions provided to reset your password via the email associated with your DORA account.

If you can no longer commit to a volunteer project, please inform the project organizer as soon as possible. Open communication is important to ensure a smooth project experience for all parties involved.

To become a verified social worker on DORA, simply sign up as a Social Worker on the DORA website and submit the required documentation, including a valid ID or relevant qualifications. After that, the admin will review your submission, and upon verification, you will be granted verified social worker status.

DORA has a thorough verification process for assistance applicants and projects. We verify information, review documents, and maintain transparency to ensure the authenticity of all participants and initiatives.