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!
Greetings for the festive season ! and this month it’s only fair to get a little extra.. So please welcome the very FIRST “Featured Trainer Duo” for the month. Yes not one but two volunteers who shared their expertise on Using Excel for data management & Reporting, to improve the efficiency of 10 NGO’s working in rural areas of… Continue reading “It’s a perfect arrangement to not just build capacity of others but self-learn as part of this process”
Ms. Shalini Gambhir, a CSR consultant and an alumnus of Delhi University and Delhi School of Economics volunteered her time and efforts in contributing towards GYAN an acronym for Get Your Answers Now. GYAN is an initiative of iVolunteer that offers Volunteer led capacity building workshops for the Non Profit sector. We spoke to Shalini about her… Continue reading “The small size of the group is good for interaction”
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
This is Denny John, Dy Director-Implementation Micro Insurance Academy. His Linked In profile gives a preview into his professional achievements, however we are glad introduce him as our Whiteboard and GYAN volunteer. As a resource person for GYAN, a volunteer led initiative of iVolunteer aimed at building capacity of NGO’s, his session on one of… Continue reading “I consider volunteering as part of ISR, i.e. individual social responsibility.”
Introducing Mr Vijay Ladha, a Chartered Accountant since last 30 years. A first generation Entrepreneur running his own venture and at the same time spearheading the Bangalore Division of Make A Wish Foundation of India since 2008. For him, Volunteering is his duty towards the society and his first GYAN session in Banaglore on “Seeking support from Donors… Continue reading “I strongly feel that support to Non Profit sector is not necessarily only by donations, the sector can also benefit a lot from volunteers “
My name is Austin and I serve as a Programme Coordinator with the Kutumb Foundation. We are dedicated to promoting the total development of the individual by way of building language skills, bridging developmental gaps, and addressing issues of identity; this process of exposure is accomplished through theatre and football, among other creative methods.… Continue reading ‘Writing Impact-ful Reports for Donors’ GYAN Session Review