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!
Today we share with you special volunteering reflection… Goutam Chanda, he takes interest in conducting workshops, interacting with youths. He comes with a reach experience; feedback on his ways has been very impressive. Here he shares his experiences as a volunteer… My blog…Goutam Chanda My employer, always help and encourage the employees to uptake &…… Continue reading More Giving is equal to even More Returns….
Holding a Volunteer Manager position is not easy! We deal with motivations, agreements/disagreements and expectations of volunteers and non-profits on a daily basis. The highs and lows of each project result in many a lessons learnt and many ignored. Volunteers must never make the mistake of believing that non profits are ready to take just…… Continue reading 10 Qualities that Non Profits look for in a Volunteer
Volunteers are unpaid temporary/ part time employees of NGOs. It is the passion and zeal to do something good for the social good of the country that individuals come forward to volunteer for a cause that they support. The idea to make even a minor difference through their efforts is what motivates them to take…… Continue reading Why do Volunteers QUIT?
It is not every day that you get to work for a non profit and travel to Singapore to attend an affiliate meeting by Points of Light to learn more about Skill based volunteering. I happen to have this huge experience along with my other asian counterparts who are as crazily involved with volunteering as…… Continue reading Know more about Skill based volunteering…..
Rarely does it happen that one gets to experience the grass from both sides. I am lucky I got the chance. It was almost 4 years ago, when I joined iVolunteer as a volunteer. I was called for a volunteer orientation. I wasn’t sure if I needed any orientation. I just wanted to start volunteering…… Continue reading Why do Volunteer need Orientation Sessions?
Pradeep Kumar Banerjee dons many hats. He is a leadership coach, a graphologist & mind therapist and founder of Mindzone, Kolkata. Pradeep joined iVolunteer early 2011 and since then he has taken numerous guest lectures on personality development for youth with our partner NGOs working in youth welfare. Here he shares with us the experience…… Continue reading “Be a leader” – says Mr Pradeep K Banerjee at GYAN session
Tell us something about yourself? I am an IT consultant, working for IBM. Have 20 years of work experience in consulting and IT project management. I am based out of Mumbai for the past 20 years, having relocated here from Delhi Why did you decide to volunteer? I wanted to make a positive difference to the…… Continue reading To be a Change Agent: Step 1 – Volunteer
On 29th January 2014, we accomplished GYAN on “Creating a Powerful PowerPoint Presentation” at VRC – Saltlake and the session was piloted by Ms Roma Mehta About Roma Mehta: She is from Living Design [www.livingdesignindia.com] – a design house that believes that design and creativity elevates communication. She has created promotional material in print and…… Continue reading “POWERING YOUR PRESENTATION” – a short history of an empowered PowerPoint by Roma Mehta