iVolunteer Caps Off a Strong 2018 with 114,300 Volunteers!

by Angelo Salandanan

Volunteers don’t necessarily have the time, they just have the heart.

But when some of us do manage to find time, the results can be nothing short of spectacular. Perhaps, even bigger than all of us. iVolunteer registered its strongest year yet thanks to a strong showing from NGO partners, volunteers, and partner institutions.

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One Small Child at a Time

Teacher Fe, as everyone calls her, is a public school teacher and a social worker with education as her main advocacy.

She’s been teaching for more than two decades—inside the classroom during weekdays and more recently, under the La Huerta Bridge in Parañaque during weekends. She received the Bayaning Guro award back in 2012.    Continue reading