“Innovation distinguishes between a leader and a follower.” ~ Steve Jobs The Philippines, like many other countries, has faced various challenges, including natural disasters, social inequalities, and the pandemic. These challenges have highlighted the need for innovative solutions that can help the country recover, rebuild, and create a more resilient, inclusive, and sustainable future. iVolunteer’s Social […]
Read More SOCIAL INNOVATION CHALLENGE 2023: The Search for Volunteer Innovators to Build a Better Philippines
Planning on how to celebrate this month of love? Worry no more! We’ve got you covered, whatever your love language is. ACTS OF SERVICE: Feed the Hungry What better way to serve than to feed the hungry and the homeless? Karinderia ni Mang Urot has been consistently providing food for the hungry and the homeless […]
Read More 5 UNIQUE WAYS TO GIVE LOVE THIS VALENTINE’S SEASON
With that we’d like to introduce you to Treasure Volunteer’s first beneficiary, the Coalition of Services of the Elderly’s (COSE) Sprinkle Twinkles on their Wrinkles project! With the holiday season fast-approaching, we’d like to vouch for this project from one of our long-time partners as an early present to 10 of our lolas at COSE’s Group Home residents.
Read More Help Us Give an Early Holiday Gift for COSE’s Group Home Residents
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.
Read More iVolunteer Stories: DSWD Relief Operations
Sixty-five days to go and it’s Christmas! What more? Today is also the Sweetest Day, so we have one more reason to be extra nice. The third Saturday of October is designated as the official Sweetest Day in some parts of the US. A day of sweet treats and deeds. We might be celebrating 8,000 […]
Read More 5 Ingredients to a Sweeter World
Spread the Hug this Teddy Bear Day! Trace pattern on cloth. Cut. Stich, stuff and stuff, and stitch again. Stitch on the nose. Use buttons for the eyes. Close with a final stitch, and poof! A teddy bear is born.
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Makati City, Philppines – Stretch your running goals to reach those who need a helping hand.
Read More Bayanirun 2017: Juan for All, All for One!
21st century human beings lead busy lives. They can be workaholics – racehorses in blinders focused on achieving a goal. They can be social media obsessed – sharing every bit of their day online. They are a generation prone to self-absorption, we are.
Read More 7 Acts of Random Kindness to Celebrate “Be An Angel Day”
Join us as we celebrate Earth Day. In the next 7 days, we will be posting challenges that promote earth-friendly habits. Follow us daily, snap a creative photo while doing our challenge, use the #iVolunteerForEarth hashtag, be featured, and win a prize from us.
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As iVolunteer Philippines partner with nonprofits and other advocacy-oriented institutions, we are often asked why a nonprofit should engage volunteers on top of its existing official staff. Some worry that the overhead of managing volunteers may be too taxing for staffs and overshadow delivery of the nonprofit’s programs. Why then invest in engaging volunteers?
Read More The 3 Benefits of Microvolunteering to your Nonprofit
“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 […]
Read More How iVolunteer Philippines gave back this Christmas
We all love to eat. We always look forward to a hearty meal after a hard day’s work. Even just a quick but sumptuous merienda in the afternoon is enough to light us up. And we also know sharing our food with good company, especially our loved ones is just priceless. We love it so […]
Read More Volunteering: food for the soul
“Giving is limitless. I’d love to see every NGO working hand- in-hand with the government and the private sector, as everyone helps each other towards one goal. No one gets left behind. I believe every Filipino has a role in fulfilling this dream. “ – Jasmine Salem of iVolunteer Meet Jasmine Salem: Auditor, Finance Associate […]
Read More From Fulfillment to Commitment: Hear From Your Everyday Hero
As of July 6, 2015, around 13,000 families or close to 50,000 individuals were affected by massive flooding due to Tropical Storm Egay (international name Linfa) in the provinces of Ilocos Norte, Ilocos Sur, and La Union. Given the dire circumstances of the people affected by the storm, the Citizens’ Disaster Response Center is appealing for […]
Read More Relief goods needed for families affected by TS Egay (Linfa)