Help Us Give an Early Holiday Gift for COSE’s Group Home Residents

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.

iVolunteer Introduces Treasure Volunteer — Support Your Advocacy Through Donations

Donating online isn’t new, but iVolunteer Philippines is looking to introduce a process that will let donors see how the projects they supported will be made to reality up to the point it makes an impact to someone else’s life. It’s a journey that we’d like to share with you and with our partners. With Treasure Volunteer, we hope to make volunteering more accessible and at the same time build more trust between nonprofits and volunteers. Tara! Volunteer tayo.

CDRC Celebrates 35th Anniversary of Helping Build Resilient Communities

CDRC, who is celebrating its 35th anniversary today at the Institute of Biology Auditorium, University of the Philippines, Diliman, Quezon City is also one of iVolunteer Philippines strongest partners of in our advocacy to promote Disaster Preparedness, Environment and Poverty Alleviation. Causes which you can also support in the upcoming BayaniRun 2019.

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.

iVolunteer Community News Roundup: September 2019

iVolunteer’s Start Your Adventure talk for those who are interested in volunteering made a successful return last Saturday. iVolunteer Philippines in partnership with Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf hosted 37 guests over the weekend, most of which were professionals looking to find their way into the volunteering community.

BayaniRun 2019 Is a NEW and Healthy Way to Volunteer

On November 17, we invite you to join us, our partners and hundreds of volunteer runners as we come together for the third annual BayaniRun advocacy run. This special gathering of volunteers at CCP Complex in Pasay, will also serve as a landmark event for the iVolunteer family as we celebrate our 10th year in the social service sector.

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.

Social Innovation Challenge: How Can You Make an Impact?

iVolunteer Philippines is no stranger to challenges. In its 10 years, the team has faced a considerable amount of adversity and a few missed opportunities. Our journey is by no means perfect, but it’s been rewarding. And despite its difficulties, has been a steady source of inspiration for us and most people we’ve met along…

Halina’t Magbayanihan sa BayaniRun 2019!

Mula ika-8 ng Agosto, maaari ng makapag-parehistro kasama ang inyong mga kaibigan, kaopisina, o sinumang kabayanihan sa 3K Run (750 PHP), 5K Run (800 PHP), o 10K Run (1000 PHP) na gaganapin muli sa Liwasang Ulalim, CCP Complex sa lungsod ng Pasay.

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.