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Project Planet – It’s Time to Put Our Planet First


Last July 30, 2016, iVolunteer Philippines hosted a Community Meet-up (CMU) entitled Project Planet, led by guest speakers from the Department of Environment & Natural Resources (DENR)  and Let’s Do it Philippines at Integreon in 6750 Ayala, Makati. 893 more words


iVolunteer Philippines wins Best Campaign of 2016 at the Philippine Rice Bowl Startup Awards

The very first Philippine Rice Bowl Startup Awards 2016 named iVolunteer Philippines’s Go Volunteer expo last March 5-6, 2016 as this year’s Best Campaign, which is a breakthrough award for iVolunteer. 430 more words


Volunteer Management System: A Strategic Step towards Volunteer Preservation

Jasmine Salem of iVolunteer shares a brief summary of the Volunteer Management System model, as discussed at a recent workshop last July 2, 2016.

Way back in my University days, I perceived volunteer management as merely posting an announcement for volunteer searches, filtering those volunteers as per an organization’s criteria and then, briefing those confirmed set of people. 305 more words


Bayanihan sa Brigada Eskwela 2016: A Diary of an Everyday Hero

Since I started my journey with iVolunteer Philippines, it has been at the top of my mind that I will not just work for the organization, but I will also get to be hands-on in doing the work with the communities that we help. 1,110 more words

Hear From Your Everyday Heroes

The Volunteer Behind the Vote

As we usher in a new administration in a few weeks, we continue to recognize how the recent 2016 elections proved the power of each individual Filipino’s vote. 982 more words


Bowled over with new club

Tenants at Llys Nant Y Mynydd in Nantyglo are enjoying a new weekly indoor bowls club thanks to Connect volunteer David Greaves.

52 year-old David from Blaina joined Connect as a volunteer in March, a befriending project which is all about helping people to reconnect with what they enjoy. 151 more words


Bryn Aber litter-pick

Picking up rubbish doesn’t have to be a dirty job… Litter-busting Bryn Aber residents had loads of fun when they came together to tidy up the streets of Abertridwr! 91 more words