On this Occasion of Mothers Day, We decided to Showcase a Super mom from the Development sector, She is Kareena Immanuel our Senior relationship manager from the iVolunteer Banglore center. Read how she narrates her experiences being a professional working in this sector and also juggling the duties of motherhood whist making a difference! “After I completed… Continue reading “Working in the social sector was by choice….”
10 energetic volunteers on the 6th Nov had reached Guruasara Trust, after a hectic day at work but with loads of joy to share with the children of the NGO partner. Celebrating Diwali with children while painting the diyas to light up every corner of the home was the day’s excitement while the volunteers had… Continue reading We can do it..Volunteering will change lives
Our last blog entry introduced you to Deepali Kudtarkar, winner of the Popular choice award for “Click the Change”. In this blog, we will meet Eesha Shirke, whose submission in the contest won the Jury’s choice award. Eesha is a structural engineer by profession. She likes to volunteer and has been an active volunteer since… Continue reading Framing inspiring moments
“Click the change”, our photography contest launched earlier this year, drew in close to 150 entries. The contest set out to achieve two outcomes by tapping into the skills of talented amateur photographers: Creating a bank of royalty free photographs for non profit organizations to use for communicating the impact they create. Recognizing the… Continue reading Making a difference … one image at a time
As #WorldEarthDAY draws closer, we decided to highlight the work done by Say Trees who also one of our #iVolunteerAwards finalists. Say Trees aims to sensitize and empower people to give back to nature and live in an environment which conducive to their health and well-being. SayTrees inspires citizens to spare some time out… Continue reading Making the world a Cooler Place!
Tata Capital Volunteers,Nagpur, September.2015 “Live life with positivism for adolescents” Workshop was aimed at imparting the causes and factors of stress for the children like peer pressure, academics and etc. 21 volunteers facilitated this eventful workshop with therapeutic approach of stress management through art, painting, meditation and later followed by a quiz. Not to miss… Continue reading Long Way To Go…..