Education has always been a focal point in anyone’s life and so it is for the people working towards social change. Education is not just limited to language, books, syllabus but it has so many different aspects and so the area of work is equally vast iVolunteer, a pioneer in volunteering has always tried to… Continue reading Transforming not just buildings but DREAMS
The world is facing a pandemic and the whole nation is under lockdown to break the chain of Covid-19. We are caged in our homes for our own safety, and for the safety of others. Our offices are shut, social gathering is not allowed and we cannot go out to have quality time with our friends or families. At this… Continue reading Nostalgic Moments | Sachin
The lockdown meant 24 hours of home confinement. It meant locks on offices and factories. The roads deserted. The bazaars silent. There were no hawkers vying for your attention. There are no corner shops hosting small addas This silence has brought gloom to many. And it has been dreadful to those without savings, scary for… Continue reading Superheroes without capes but with masks and gloves!
Gloria Steinem, world-renowned feminist, journalist and activist once explained, "The story of women's struggle for equality belongs to no single feminist nor to any one organization but to the collective efforts of all who care about human rights." International Women's Day (March 8) is a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements… Continue reading A Day at the Tetwali Village…..
Volunteer without leaving home Volunteering is a great exercise to meet new people and network who have similar interests to you. The great thing about volunteering is that you are doing good for others and the community, which provides a natural sense of accomplishment. Virtual volunteering or Online volunteering usually refer to volunteer activities, using… Continue reading STAY CONNECTED
Communication can get muddled if teams never meet face to face, trust and collaboration suffer when workers are siloed, and sometimes it’s hard to tell if employees are tasked with too little or too much. Despite these challenges, virtual teams are here to stay. Remote work allows companies to compete in an increasingly globalized society,… Continue reading My Experience to Lead a Team Virtually
My First Stint at family volunteering We as individuals might like to volunteer our time and efforts for a cause. How often do we do it with our families ? I had my first stint at family volunteering in Jawahar Bal Bhavan, a children's park in Bangalore. The mission being to complete painting the second… Continue reading My first stint at family volunteering
Interacting with the three worlds ! It all began on the 30th of April. I received a call that I need to take permission for Cubbon park clean up and need to design activities for 7th June’s corporate employee volunteering program or shortly known as the CEVP. CEVP is one of iVolunteer’s programs conducted in… Continue reading Interacting with the three worlds !
If you have courage to walk a mile on the road less traveled, … Continue reading You can empower our public education system…
The first ever iVolunteer Awards ceremony was held in Mumbai on April 8, 2013. The awards identify the champions leading the volunteering movement in India, recognize the contribution of volunteers and organisations that enable volunteering; and aim to celebrate, reward and promote volunteering in India. Nandita Das, Actor Director with a fiery passion for social change was Guest… Continue reading Celebrate, reward and promote volunteering in India