Citizenship · Folunteering (Fun + Volunteering) · Volunteering · Volunteering in India

Artwork with (Pro)Active citizens!

Nice initiative, it (makes) city look great. Good for children to get involved in improving infrastructure. They get to know the importance. – Siddhu It is my first time for a painting (engagement), it was nice and good initiative. Nice support from people too.  – Sarath   A cloudy Sunday with some sunshine in the… Continue reading Artwork with (Pro)Active citizens!

#PowerInYou · Citizenship · Folunteering (Fun + Volunteering) · Volunteering in India

Celebrating International Women’s Day with 167 Volunteers

March!!! A very critical month for different population groups – students, companies, chartered accountants etc. If it is examination – a do or die a situation for some then it is the time of the year to look back at mistakes, appraisals, financial closures for others. However, this month also celebrates and recognizes a revolutionary force!… Continue reading Celebrating International Women’s Day with 167 Volunteers

Folunteering (Fun + Volunteering) · Impact Volunteering · Volunteering · Volunteering in India

Volunteering is also celebrating

Hasn’t festivals always being about spending time with loved ones? A break from regular life (for present times)? But when you live in a charity home surrounded by just your peers, doesn’t it become just another passing day! I recently visited a Home for Boys on Ugadi. (Ugadi is the welcoming of new year in… Continue reading Volunteering is also celebrating

GYAN · skill-based volunteering · Volunteering · Volunteering in India

Thank You!

Give a man a fish, you feed him for a day. Teach him how to fish and market it, then you have created a productive entrepreneur!!  True to this essence iVolunteer runs a program called GYAN,  or, Get Your Answers Now – short technical sessions on themes critical to NGOs for their capacity building, effective functioning,… Continue reading Thank You!

Corporate Social Responsibility · Employee Volunteering · Volunteering

When persistent knocking opens the door…

As I held the permission letter in hand I didn’t know what to think, feel or say! That was it. All the brainstorming, efforts for quick fix solutions, assimilating previous year’s progress report, listing of nearby government schools paid off.. If only I could read the letter and rejoice! Yes, being illiterate in the local… Continue reading When persistent knocking opens the door…

skill-based volunteering · Volunteering

No one runs in a Skill Marathon!

iVolunteer Mumbai pioneered the Skill Marathon engagement wherein seventeen volunteer projects were completed out of nineteen. A committed team of seven NGOs (including the hosting organization – iVolunteer) and twenty five Volunteers took part in making the engagement a highly successful one. By drawing inspiration from this length of success the Bangalore counterpart had its… Continue reading No one runs in a Skill Marathon!