iVolunteer Stories: Joyce Armillo

One of the things that iVolunteer never takes for granted is the opportunity to meet some of the most hard-working and incredible Non-government Organizations (NGO) and volunteers in the country. We take pride in knowing their stories and with them being an important part of ours. Hence, as we celebrate our 10th year and move onto a new chapter, we’ve decided to go back to showcasing unique and captivating stories from our partners, staff, and volunteers. Stories that we hope would inspire you to be part of the iVolunteer journey today and for years to come.

iVolunteer’s Joyce Armillo

Go Volunteer made a successful return last weekend, an event that’s extremely close to one particular iVolunteer staff. There’s no denying that #GoVol2019 is the biggest event of its kind, but more than that, its initial run three years prior is where Joyce Armillo began her journey as a volunteer.

Glorietta is one the busiest shopping centers in the metro, but every once in a while, it also becomes home to the biggest volunteering fair in the country. In 2016, the first Go Volunteer was held here and hosted nearly 20,000 thousand people from all walks of life. Among them, was Joyce, who decided to drop by at the event out of curiosity.

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iVolunteer Stories: Jasmine Salem

One of the things that iVolunteer never takes for granted is the opportunity to meet some of the most hard-working and incredible Non-government Organizations (NGO) and volunteers in the country. We take pride in knowing their stories and with them being an important part of ours. Hence, as we celebrate our 10th year and move onto a new chapter, we’ve decided to go back to showcasing unique and captivating stories from our partners, staff, and volunteers. Stories that we hope would inspire you to be part of the iVolunteer journey today and for years to come.

iVolunteer’s Jasmine Salem

Jasmine “Jas” Salem is one the faces you’d easily recognize if you’ve been through a couple of our events. Aside from being a senior member of the org, she’s also a great facilitator and a game volunteer in and out of the organization. Seeing how comfortable she is with her role; it’s a bit hard to imagine that she didn’t always have the strength to stand in front of a crowd and speak to them with confidence.

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