Did you know that over 39% boys & 33% girls dropout from schools before completing their elementary education! Research has also shown that poor academic performance, lack of interest in studies and need for employment to support family could be prime reasons for this trend. iVolunteer understands that summer vacations are crucial times for children. With…… Continue reading This Summer Things Get Solved If You Get Involved
Tom Thomas- an Academician with a background in Hotel Management, was the perfect choice in leading the Seva Sandwich Activity at iVolunteer’s Impact GupShup- a quarterly volunteer meet. Here’s how he feels about the experience! In a small basti near the urban locality of Vasant Kunj, there is an NGO working for the development of the…… Continue reading A Day at Lakshyam
The word “Fundamental Duty” must have transformed quite a few people to their Civics classes in school. If you are someone who had a liking for subjects like History and Civics, you would be remembering the eleven duties of an Indian citizen. Some of you might wonder what the eleven duties are and if you…… Continue reading Volunteering – A Fundamental Duty
Writing is my passion and profession too. But as I sit here thinking what to write about iVolunteer, I experience this overwhelming feeling, with so many thoughts and memories rushing back that I don’t know how to begin and from where. Few weeks back, I attended the Impact Gup-Shup (Volunteer Meet) at Ugrasen Ki Baoli…… Continue reading Scribbling of a Volunteer
Meet Anusha Subramanian – Impact Volunteer from Mumbai sharing her experiences on volunteering !!! Tell us something about yourself ? I am an interior design professional with a graduate degree in designing from Raffles Design International. Currently working with a reputed architectural firm in Mumbai. I love to indulge in DIY(do it yourself) projects on…… Continue reading Designing for CHANGE !!!
I am a Supply Chain Management professional with a graduation in Mechanical engineering from National Institute of Technology. My daily job revolves around providing supply chain solutions and catering to the needs of power plant projects. I am married and blessed with a lovely son. He’s soon going to be one year old. In my…… Continue reading Vikram Buddhiraja- Full time Corporate professional+ Part time Blogger + Weekend Volunteer creating Impact!!
(Impact Volunteer Mrunmayee Satam recollects her volunteering for Fazlani Aishabai Haji Abdul Latif Charitble Trust) Do what you can, with what you have, where you are. – Theodore Roosevelt It all began one fine evening when I received a call from iVolunteer. Fazlani Aishabai Haji Abdul Latif Charitble Trust required a volunteer photographer to capture…… Continue reading An experience to remember !!!
Meet Manosh R. Sengupta, our Banaglore based volunteer for Whiteboard, GYAN, Joy of Giving and a Guru on “Brand & Marketing”. NGO’s in Bangalore have found his GYAN session on “Building your Brand“extremely useful. The following interview shares his unique perspective on volunteering in his very own words & style. Tell us something about yourself (…… Continue reading “Volunteering, for me, is an opportunity to indulge in areas that my professional work does not allow me to”
Like lakhs in our country, I’m also an engineer. And like thousands of those engineers, I’m also preparing for my post graduation right now. It’s true that whatever preparations and studies I am doing for post graduation are going to have a fruitful long-term return, but still, hours spent on going through books, thousand pages long,…… Continue reading “Experiencing the greatest kind of joy” – Umang Johri, an Impact Volunteer