This Organisation Is Giving Volunteers Their Due Recognition Through This Award Ceremony

The Logical Indian

September 27th, 2016

Volunteering Award  Ceremony:

Volunteering is one of the best ways some positive changes are happening in the society. Volunteers actively participate and put their best efforts to bring about social development. They don’t do this to serve any self-interest, but it’s just a vision of a better tomorrow that acts as a driving force for them. To give them their due recognition, iVolunteer has created a platform that recognises their devotion and uninterrupted commitment towards building a better society for all. iVolunteer is a social enterprise that promotes volunteering. Their mission is to bring volunteers and organisations together to share time, skills and passion for promoting India’s social development.

 

The organisation is conducting the 4th edition of the iVolunteer Awards today in Mumbai. The award aims to recognise the doers from the NGOs and Corporates and Individual Volunteer Heroes in a big way to convey the message to others to come and participate in this developmental transformation.  The award will be given under four categories:

 

Volunteer Hero: The award is aimed towards recognising individuals who have volunteered their time and skills for community development from the period  January 2015 – December 2015.

Youth Champion: This award has been devised for individual volunteers between the age group of  18 and 23 for their contribution to community development from the period January 2015 – December 2015.

A Leader in Volunteer Engagement: This award will recognise organisations with a social mission whose policies, and procedures are innovative and have progressed using strategic volunteer engagement the period  January 2015 – December 2015.

A Leader in Employee Volunteering: This award will recognise companies following the best practices to encourage employee volunteering from the period  January 2015 – December 2015.

The finalists who have been voted for these awards include people who are research scholars, management students, engineering students, teachers, Central government employees, and others who come from different walks of life. The NGOs that have been voted to the finals work in various fields that include imparting of life skills and critical knowledge to adolescent girls, providing education to underprivileged children and building civic awareness among youth.

The winner of the iVolunteer Awards will be decided by some renowned jury members who will also be joined by several expert panel members that include doctors, engineers, marketing professionals, entrepreneurs etc.

The Awards recognise the accomplishments of individual volunteers and organisations who promote volunteering; sharing testimonials and make them heard to inspire the others and set an example to inspire by creating an environment that will reach out to more people to step forward and volunteer. You can also be a part of this journey by participating or extending your support. Click here to be a part of this change.

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