With a zeal to look into the school lives of tiny tots in the muddy lanes of hingalganj, we went en-route to the place by iVolunteer The journey started, almost everyone unknown to each other. The Volunteers varied from a 60 yr old aged woman to 10 yr old small kid, everyone enthusiastic enough to… Continue reading What Volunteering in Rural Sunderban taught me! – Mohanee Dammu
“The smallest act of kindness is worth more than the grandest intention.”– Oscar Wilde Across the world, 5th December is observed as the International Volunteer Day, which offers an opportunity for volunteer-involving organizations and individual volunteers to promote volunteerism at local, national and international level. International Volunteer Day is a chance for individual volunteers, communities… Continue reading INTERNATIONAL VOLUNTEER DAY!
Communications Team | Dec 03, 2019 | 3 Min. Read A head full of dreams has no space for fears! Indians always been known as hard workers and people with never- say -die attitude. This International Day of Disabled People, iVolunteer salutes some of the exceptional achievers and is happy to share their stories. These… Continue reading Disability Is A Matter Of Perception | These 5 Indians Will Tell You Why!
When one thinks of giving back to their community, or to a social cause, the first thought is that of giving in kind or in currency. Time is usually not so quickly thought of as an option. However, its increasingly evident that if time is harnessed well, can do wonders to create a much more caring… Continue reading Rethinking Volunteering- from transactional to transformational
People volunteer for various reasons – they feel good about working for a cause close to their heart; they have a sense of achievement having contributed something beneficial to the community; they make new friends with common interests; they feel happier, healthier and useful; they feel mentally stimulated and volunteering provides a sense of purpose… Continue reading A Marathon for a Cause!
We fully believe that in order to be successful at anything, we must have a vision or goal, and do daily habits or activities in order to build up to that goal. We also believe that if it isn’t in the schedule, it doesn’t get done. So it is very important to choose habits that… Continue reading Two life-transforming techniques!
The Sikkim Himalayan Academy is a small school nestled on the Hills in Buriakhop, a little village up in West Sikkim.I returned with a few friends a few weeks ago, having volunteered there for a week. As in most instances, the immediate response or recounting of an experience soon after it has occurred tends to… Continue reading I JUST BECAME A BETTER VOLUNTEER !!!