Skill based volunteering enables organisations to increase the efficacy and amplify the impact of their work.  Volunteers helps NGOs using their professional skills primarily in:

a) Marketing
b) Communication
c) Human Resources
d) Technology

iVolunteer has also offers specific models to promote Pro Bono and Skills Based Volunteering. Please check these here:

  • Skill Marathons: a unique 'Done in a Day' model of volunteer engagement, where multiple volunteers and organisations work simultaneously skill needs of NGOs.
  • Pro Bono Week: join thousands of volunteers and enthusiasts across the globe in offering pro bono projects and celebrating probono services in the week of October every year.

Entrepreneurs, home makers, working professional and students looking to power social change, begin your skills based volunteering by checking our projects listed here or just contact the nearest iVolunteer Centre. Non-Profits and social enterprises interested in strategically engaging skilled volunteers can connect with us on info@iVolunteer.in

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Upcoming Skill Based Volunteering Projects

Nostalgic Moments | Sachin

By Communications Team. Mon, 11 May 2020

The world is facing a pandemic and the whole nation is under lockdown to break the chain of Covid-19. We are caged in our homes for our own safety, and for the safety of others. Our offices are shut, social gathering is not allowed and we cannot go out to have quality time with our friends or families. At this…… Continue reading Nostalgic Moments | Sachin

A Marathon for a Cause!

By Sukanya Sudarson. Mon, 11 Nov 2019

Volunteers listening attentively to the iVolunteer presentation. People volunteer for various reasons – they feel good about working for a cause close to their heart; they have a sense of achievement having contributed something beneficial to the community; they make new friends with common interests; they feel happier, healthier and useful; they feel mentally stimulated…… Continue reading A Marathon for a Cause!

What Volunteering in Rural Sunderban taught me! – Mohanee Dammu

By Tanveer. Tue, 15 Oct 2019

With a zeal to look into the school lives of tiny tots in the muddy lanes of hingalganj, we went en-route to the place by iVolunteer The journey started, almost everyone unknown to each other. The Volunteers varied from a 60 yr old aged woman to 10 yr old small kid, everyone enthusiastic enough to…… Continue reading What Volunteering in Rural Sunderban taught me! – Mohanee Dammu

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Volunteering @ Skill Marathon

Lights, camera, action!

21 DIYs to Volunteer From Home You're home; You have time; most importantly, You want to help! Heres a list of 21 DIY (do it yourself) ideas for Volunteer From Home (VFH). Lets get started and make 21 count for something good (also see iVolunteer.in/goVirtual for existing volunteering opportunities) Idea #8: Lights, camera, action! Help edit videos and audio books being put together by volunteers . These will be shared further with NGos that will use them for the children that they work with

Virtual (Virtual)

Through 31-08-20