The lockdown meant 24 hours of home confinement. It meant locks on offices and factories. The roads deserted. The bazaars silent. There were no hawkers vying for your attention. There are no corner shops hosting small addas This silence has brought gloom to many. And it has been dreadful to those without savings, scary for… Continue reading Superheroes without capes but with masks and gloves!
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
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!
Volunteering is an art of giving wherein persons share their contributions to benefit the sections that require it most. Today, we are going to introduce you to our valiant finalist in Volunteer Hero category of the iVolunteer Awards 2019, who has shuddered each root of obstacle to support the joys of others, Rajarshi Debnath. “I…… Continue reading When there is a Will, there is Way!
We all know that we should always attempt to volunteer a section of our time in serving people and helping those in need. Reminders around us often help in making us realize how this serves the need of the hour. On that note, we know that other people are most likely to benefit from our…… Continue reading Volunteering Matters!
This International Volunteer Day, an army of photographers from Picture Perfect Moments gathered at Topsia Canal Side to capture the miseries, tragedies and hardships these rag pickers have to undergo every day. Members of the team also largely interacted with these persons and interviewed them for a better understanding of their lives. PPM for society was a resourceful…… Continue reading Life through the Lens!
My life would look very different if I had not started Volunteering. Academically good, I am a post graduate having a steady and upward career graph. I aim to create a much bigger network so that I can help the society by introducing and inspiring new volunteers to share and teach their skills to the…… Continue reading Why Student Volunteering matters?
GYAN (Get Your Answers Now) sessions are technical clinics that aim to improve the Employee efficiency of organizations in the development sector. On 30th of May 2018, a GYAN Session was hosted for Non Profit Organisation in Kolkata; wherein Hope Foundation, Prajaak, Tomorrow Foundation, Adore India, SKC and Anwesha Kolkata participated. This session was primarily…… Continue reading “Effective Communication” by Sujata Mukherjee
“Everybody is talented because everybody who is human has something to express” Freedom of Expression – we all love to express ourselves whether it us through our words, thoughts or deeds. According to Ms Anuradha Kapoor, the best way to express oneself is through words and this is the message that she conveyed to all…… Continue reading “How to write a Blog” by Anuradha Kapoor
While a massive amount of entrepreneurs are striving to pave their ways for diverse domains of career, many are driven by the creative concept of capturing life through the lens: Photography. Scopes are getting broader by the day which is why the profession is being able to attract more attention. However, it is not sufficient…… Continue reading Art of Photography by Mayank Giria