ASL Interpreting for a Global Children’s Charity


ASL interpreter


meetings a month


year partnership

We carry out pro bono work for a global children’s charity, which delivers projects that improve educational opportunities for children disadvantaged by circumstances such as conflict, climate crises and other emergencies. Services we provide for the charity include transcription, transcreation, interpreting and voiceover (VO).

One of their initiatives is a Global Youth Ambassadors scheme, which amplifies the voices of young people aged 18-30 and provides training and resources to help them campaign for the right to education worldwide. The ambassadors usually meet remotely via Zoom, a few times per month. We provide an American Sign Language interpreter for one of these participants, enabling them to participate fully in the initiative.

Delegates are from all over the world, but discussions are led in English, which for many is their second, or even third language. Our dedicated talent team recruited and onboarded an interpreter with extensive experience working with clients from around the world, including in the education sphere specifically, to ensure easy communication.

“Mother Tongue’s ASL Interpreting Service transformed our ability to participate in meetings and gives people a voice on a global platform.

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