iVolunteer Philippines

iVolunteer Philippines: Every Filipino A Hero


Joan Jumao-as

I see life as a learning process and a work in progress. I believe that we all have to find our purpose in life and I, found mine in volunteering. Doing something you are passionate about will bring out the best in you, always.

DestiNASYON: Finding One’s Advocacy and Volunteering In Time of Crisis

Every volunteer has a story to tell and iVolunteer Philippines have shared some of these wonderful narratives in many different ways over the years. This time, we are highlighting the journey of our volunteer staff through the lens of our #MagkaJuanGawa campaign; which invites everyone to catch a glimpse of how our own staff were able to find the means and the time to channel their professional or personal background into their respective roles in iVolunteer, and of course, talk about what volunteering meant for them over the course of their journey.

Pangangalaga sa Kalusugang Pang-isipan sa Panahon ng Pandemya

Malaki ang ginagampanan ng kalusugang pang-kaisipan sa’ting buhay. Naapektuhan nito kung paano tayo mag-analisa, kumilos, makiramdam at makibahagi sa’ting kapwa at kapaligiran. Mahalagang sinisiguro na mabuti ang ating pangkalahatang kalusugan: pisikal, mental o emosyonal man na aspeto. Kung hindi natin aalamin kung paano aalagaan ang ating sarili, maaari tayong malimitahan ng ating mga pagkukulang o kaya’y mabulag sa kung ano nga ba ang ating personal na limitasyon.

COVID 19: Tips on How to Contain the Virus

While staying at home and following the necessary precations to help avoid the virus from spreading, let us all continue to support, thank and pray for the gallant front liners, health workers and medical professionals for their efforts and sacrifices as they continue to work in fighting against coronavirus.

iVolunteer Stories: DSWD Relief Operations

Patuloy ang relief operations ng DSWD sa buong buwan ng Agosto at kaisa nila rito ang iVolunteer na nangangalap ng mga karagdagan volunteers na maaring tumulong sa maghapong pagrerepack ng mga relief goods.

SIC participants make first pitch to corporate partners

A lot of people may have had to cancel their plans on Saturday due to the inclement weather, but not us. And clearly, not the Social Innovation Challenge (SIC) participants, who despite the heavy rain in the morning, gamely attended the final day of the SIC workshop before they all take on the actual challenge of nation-building.

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