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
It is true what they say about the developmental sector, your KRA’s are just not achieved to make you happy but along the way, you add happiness to many others. You’ve created an impact not just on yourself but you have somewhere delivered the same level of affection on a larger audience. Been at iVolunteer…… Continue reading My First Employee Volunteering Experience
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
About 6 months ago, I was trying to develop curriculum for a “High Impact Volunteer Program”- the program was to offer the volunteer leaders not just a sneak-peek but a deep-dive on developing a volunteering program which is self sustained, motivated, a regular ongoing engagement which pulls people into it and creates ripples of change.…… Continue reading Are you a transformational volunteer?
Red chillies, road & water – the three just connect my recent experience on a rural visit. On 9th April, I found myself on the road from Hyderabad to Kavurivari Palem (KV Palem for easy reference) – an obscure village in the hinterlands of Andhra Pradesh. This photoblog is to capture and share my 2…… Continue reading Red chillies, road & water …
If you are exhausted, volunteer. If you are tired of your hectic schedule, volunteer. If you are saturated by your university’s syllabus, volunteer. If you need a break from your work-life imbalanced, you must definitely volunteer. If you are looking for a meaning in your routine lifestyle, volunteer. And finally, if you want to share…… Continue reading 10 reasons to Volunteer
What comes to your mind when you hear the word “volunteering?” According to google, the word volunteer means “a person who freely offers to take part in an enterprise or undertake a task.” Let’s dive deep in this definition, what does it mean to “freely offer?” – it means “to give without being asked.” Many…… Continue reading What comes to your mind when you hear the word “volunteering?”
Winning is a great moment because it’s a recognition and an affirmation of the fact of being & doing right. The pleasure of the award – to me, my family, friends, colleagues, and teammates – has nonetheless been very real. The award has further bolstered my voice on how beneficial volunteerism is, not only for…… Continue reading How iVolunteer Awards has impacted my life!
Volunteering for me began as a penchant for exploring the world around me. I became aware of the inequalities surrounding me and craved to create a positive change. In my third year at college, I sought the vision to make the blind feel empowered. At 19, I started my first organization that did a not-for-profit…… Continue reading Finalist Speak: The power to make a significant difference in someone’s life