People volunteer for various reasons – they feel good about working for a cause close to their heart; they have a sense of achievement having contributed something beneficial to the community; they make new friends with common interests; they feel happier, healthier and useful; they feel mentally stimulated and volunteering provides a sense of purpose… Continue reading A Marathon for a Cause!
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
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 !!!
(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 Awais Tole an Impact Volunteer from Mumbai who has been using his skills to help Non-Profits !!! “I used to be a very anxious person. Interacting with new people used to be a challenge, however exposure to volunteering has helped me overcome the anxiety and now I am confident of approaching people.” Tell… Continue reading Volunteering through Lenses and Frames