The Volunteer Engagement Training is a program in which we introduce new strategies for volunteer engagement, along with other proven concepts to our NPO partners. Continue reading iVolunteer to Non-profits: “Look Back at Your Own Journey”
Regardless if it’s volunteering at a local event or making monetary donations, it all evens out. After all, even the simplest deed can be enough to ignite change and provide a renewed sense of hope for those who quietly needs it. Continue reading The Treasure That We Find When Giving Back
The iVolunteer Philippines’ staff, for the fifth straight year, took part in the annual Brigada Eskwela last May 25th. This time, at the La Huerta Elementary School (LHES) in Las Piñas. Continue reading iVolunteer Philippines Joins Brigada Eskwela 2019
As part of this year’s festivities, part of the proceeds went to iVolunteer Philippines who were duly represented at the track by our very own Jasmine, JB, and Jerry. Continue reading Colors of Love 2.0 Makes Stunning Return at CCP Complex
Bilang pakikiisa sa ika-121 na Araw ng Kalayaan, nais ihandog ng iVolunteer Philipines ang ilan sa mga natatanging indibidwal na nakasama namin at nagsilbing inspirasyon para sa kanilang mga kasamahan. Sila yung kung tawagin namin ay “Everyday Heroes.” Mga ordinaryong tao na gumagawa ng mga simpleng bagay nang boluntaryo at walang hinihinging kapalit. Continue reading What Makes an Everyday Hero?
iVolunteer Philippines is launching our Social Innovation Challenge, an incubation program where we will help volunteer leaders develop and implement their existing social idea. Continue reading Introducing iVolunteer’s Social Innovation Challenge
With over 18,000 electoral posts up for grabs, and with national issues such as charter change and national security hanging in the balance, the votes that will be casted on Monday will create a ripple effect that will be felt beyond the next three years. Continue reading Things to Keep in Mind Heading Into the 2019 Midterms Election
The Go Volunteer Expo made a successful return last weekend (April 6 and 7) with a simple but powerful goal: ‘To help more Filipinos discover themselves through volunteerism.’ Continue reading Go Volunteer 2019: Discover Yourself Through Volunteering
It didn’t happen in an instance. I just let myself enjoy every volunteer opportunity that I joined. I never closed myself to learning new things and discovering a new culture. Continue reading Joyce Armillo: “Don’t Be Afraid to Try New Things”
Start with your why. Why are you volunteering? Find the purpose within and cling to it. Whenever you have doubts, or tired of doing what you do, always go back to that why. Continue reading Jasmine Salem: “Go Back to Your Why and Cling to It”
Upon mention, you might be inclined to imagine that they are a huge and well-funded org. However, as Luzviminda would passionately describe, they’re far from an ideal NGO that we see on digital media and print. Continue reading Animal Rescue PH: “We Are an Independent Solo Rescuer”
If you’ve been wanting to become a volunteer but don’t know where to start, join us this coming April 6 & 7 at the Glorietta Activity Center and take part in the country’s biggest matchmaking event for volunteers and NGOs! Continue reading Go! Volunteer is Back! Come and Discover Yourself This April
With everyone’s help, the iVolunteer team was able to reach out to 82 partner communities and produce 1558 volunteer events with 25,600 volunteering opportunities. Continue reading iVolunteer Caps Off a Strong 2018 with 114,300 Volunteers!
iVolunteer’s run for a cause raised a little over P250,000 from the runners who pledged their support to 14 participating NGO. The event also got a nice assist from its sponsors and volunteer staff in the form of backstage personnel, marshals, photographers, and more. Continue reading BayaniRun 2018 Raises P250,000 for Charity
iVolunteer Philippines is back with a bigger and better BayaniRun, a healthy way of supporting advocacies and communities that matter to you. Continue reading BayaniRun 2018: We are the Heroes that We Need