Tuesday, June 21, 2022

Volunteerism Statement

Philippine Star News
21 June 2022



Thursday, March 24, 2022

Volunteerism Dialogues in QC and Davao City

Part of the rollout of the Philippine Standards for Volunteering for Development (PSVD), the Philippine Coalition on Volunteerism (PhilCV), conducted two (2) Volunteerism Dialogues: (a) Davao City and (b) Quezon City. These efforts were part of the process of gathering the volunteer experience of VIOs/EOs in the Philippines, to  get to know the depth of volunteer involvement, management styles, and the issues and concerns of this sector. These were aligned with the international recognition of the important role of volunteerism in the national development and the accomplishment of the social development goals, as laid out by the United Nations Development program

PhilCV acknowledged the participation of the following organizations from Mindanao and NCR:

11 March 2022 Volunteerism Dialogue in Davao

PhilCV Members:

  • Foundation for the Development of the Agusanons, Inc.
  • Josefa Segovia Foundation
  • Ilawan Center for Volunteerism & Leadership
  • VSO Philippines


NEDA Regional Development Council Representatives:

  • Davao Jubilee Foundation (PWD/Senior Citizen rep.)
  • Philippine Eagle Foundation (Environment rep.)
  • Kaugmahon for Children’s Rights and Social Development, Inc (Children/Youth rep.)
  • Davao City Homesite & Housing Multi-Purpose Cooperative  (Housing rep.)
  • Cacao Industry Development Association of Mindanao Inc (farmers sector rep.)
  • LC Borja Seafood (fisherfolk rep.)


 







23 March 2022 Volunteerism Dialogue in Quezon City
(Hosted by AIA Philippines) 

PhilCV Members:

  • Cebuana Lhuillier Foundation, Inc.
  • Children International -Manila
  • Manila Water Foundation, Inc.
  • TELUS International Philippines
  • Virlanie Foundation, Inc.
  • Unilab Foundation, Inc.


Non-Members:

  • Alagang Kapatid Foundation, Inc
  • France Volontaires Philippines, Inc.
 
   







 
 
 
 
 
Each organization was given a copy of the Philippine Standards for Volunteering and encouraged to conduct the Self-Assessment, especially for those who haven't tried it yet. 

These series of Volunteerism Dialogues were sponsored by VSO Philippines.


Read more about the PSVD: https://www.philcv.org/p/the-philippine-standards-for.html


Join PhilCV:

  Download Membership Form

Download PhilCV Brochure - to know more about PhilCV & its Membership Benefits

 

 


 

Thursday, January 6, 2022

PhilCV renews MOU with the PNVSCA

On 3 January 2022 PhilCV renewed its contract with the PNVSCA, a great start for the year. One of the agendas of the MOU is to promote, support the Philippine Standards for Volunteering for Development (PSVD) as the foundation for capacitating, developing, and strengthening the volunteer-involving organizations (VIOs).

 Read more:

PNVSCA Renews Memorandum of Understanding with PhilCV - Philippine National Volunteer Service Coordinating Agency


Download: Philippine Standards for Volunteering for Development