“Laging Panalo ang Magmahal”

Sa mundong nababalot ng panghuhusga at kawalang katarungan. Patuloy mong kinikilala ang iyong sarili
Nakikibagay, umaayon sa kung ano ang idikta ng ibang tao
Hinahanap ang mali, sinusubukang ikahon ang kulay na nakakubli sa ilalim ng takot at pangamba.

Ang Tulay, Ang Mga Bata sa La Huerta, at si “Titser Fe”

Taong 1993 noong nagsimulang maging guro si Titser Fe sa kanyang probinsya. Katulad ngayon, elementarya at mga bata ang kanyang tinuturuan dati sa Cavite. Samantala, mula 2007-2009, naging karagdagang trabaho niya ang pagtuturo sa isa sa mga unang bersyon ng tinatawag nating Alternative Learning System (ALS). Nung siya’y umalis sa programa, dito nakita ng guro ang pagkakataong itayo ang EUD sa tulong ng kanyang kabiyak.

Changemakers Series: Dr. Tonio of Aral Pinoy

Over the years, we’ve had the pleasure to meet some of the most hardworking volunteer teachers in the country, one of which is Dr. Antonio Levy S. Ingles, Jr., Ph.D. Dr. Tonio, as he’s known by his peers and the volunteering community, has been teaching theology courses since 1990.

Staying Safe and Finding Joy While Volunteering

Before you respond to an emergency or join a volunteer activity, it is paramount that you understand some challenges you may encounter when volunteering. As good as our intentions are, it’s never advisable for any individual to offer themselves up for a cause or an event without taking the necessary preparation and precaution.

Thank You For 2017!

iVolunteer Philippines, together with all the volunteers, dreams of a BETTER PHILIPPINES by sharing our capacity and capability to the sectors that are in need. In 2017, 4,500 Filipinos responded to the volunteer opportunities of different NGOs and advocacies. We have accounted a total of about 11,000 Filipinos to-date who have taken part in this revolution.

Volunteering: A Different Kind of Romance

Many of us are searching for true love—a soulmate who will make us feel complete in a world that’s ever-changing. But love is a vast enterprise. It’s more than the giddy emotions we have when we see our crushes and more than the palpitations we feel on our first kiss. In limiting our view of love, we forget that true love comes in various forms, and that service is love in its truest form.

Enabling Volunteerism

Looking for new adventures this 2017? Be part of the team that spreads the passion of volunteerism. Last February, iVolunteer Philippines in partnership with ASpace Manila gathered individuals who believe that every Filipino can be a Hero. True to its purpose, Aspace became the venue to connect and collaborate with people who have the same…

How iVolunteer Philippines gave back this Christmas

“The best time to give back is now.” As the year draws to a close, December is when a lot of people usually feel the most celebratory and generous at the same time. For volunteers around the world, the 5th of December is very special as it is recognized by the United Nations as the…

What do you envision this world to be?

What is your purpose in life? This is a question we all want to be answered. For Rina, one of the volunteers I met from PPCRV (manual count of the 2016 election returns), she genuinely believes that doing her best in helping others is her mission in life. A student from Polytechnic University of the…

It’s a GO!

Preparations for the Go Volunteer! Event are now in full swing, as iVolunteer Philippines held its kick-off session last January 23, with over 20 Non-Profits and Partner Organizations in attendance. The kick-off event, held at the Office Project in Salcedo, Makati, brought together iVolunteer’s various Partner Organizations – both current and new, to share what everyone should look forward…

Thank you for 2015

iVolunteer Philippines had a hectic but meaningful year as we took one step closer toward making our dream of a better Philippines into a reality with each and every Filipino taking part in nation building.

Making Smart Life Choices Through Volunteerism 

It’s important to tell the story of Gerald (Ge) Catapang who breaks the stereotypical mold of a call center agent which some of us might have in mind, that young people like him working in the BPO industry often spend their time and money on food and drinks with their friends in the office after…

Inspiring One At A Time

Last July, iVolunteer received an e-mail request from Ronnie Marquez for a meeting regarding his new organization. Not knowing what to expect, I went ahead to meet Ronnie in a coffee shop and the first thing he said to me was, “matagal ko na kayong gustong makausap pagkatapos ko marinig yung radio interview niyo.” (I…