“You make a living by what you get. You make a life by what you give.”

– Winston Churchill

Integrated Volunteers Network (IVN)

IVN is a volunteer’s network in India with individual and organizational participation to secure 2 human hours of contribution per volunteer per week and 100 Human Hours per volunteer per Year, to save and help in the nation growth. The IVN network ensures cross communication, collection & dissemination of knowledge for building the environment.

INDIA VOLUNTEER BOOK

Check Out India Volunteer Book

India Volunteers (IV)

India Volunteers (IV) is the centre of Integrated Volunteers Network, where each India Volunteer is known for his committed contribution of voluntary Human Hours of services i.e. 2 Human Hours of voluntary services per week, 100 Human Hour per year & being recognized for respecting the five core principles of IVN without any financial gain.

Integrated Volunteers Network (IVN)

IVN is a volunteer’s network in India with individual and organizational participation to secure 2 human hours of contribution per volunteer per week and 100 Human Hours per volunteer per Year, to save and help in the nation growth. The IVN network ensures cross communication, collection & dissemination of knowledge for building the environment.

India Volunteers (IV)

India Volunteers (IV) is the centre of Integrated Volunteers Network, where each India Volunteer is known for his committed contribution of voluntary Human Hours of services i.e. 2 Human Hours of voluntary services per week, 100 Human Hour per year & being recognized for respecting the five core principles of IVN without any financial gain.

Upcoming Event

INDIA VOLUNTEER AWARD​

13th January, 2020

H2HV

HA volunteer can take responsibility of volunteering from her/his Home to next 30 Homes (families) from her/his community of concern to facilitate emergency communication & coordination during lockdown period.

Our Objective: To integrate the voluntary power of India in fighting against the COVID 19 through Home to Home volunteering services over digital platforms for proper & effective communication and emergency aid.

#IVNFightsCorona

We all feel safe at Home and expect others to be safe in their houses. Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi in his address on 24th March 2020 has called for a “21 days complete lockdown to break the chain. This is a rare opportunity for all of us to come together to fight against Corona Virus.

OUR ACTIVITIES

Taru Milan Festival


Our 100 days annual celebration with the aim of promoting plantation and spreading awareness on benefits of trees.

IVN Smart Bags

There are many ways you can help stop plastic pollution. Our way of doing so is to promote and provide IVN smart bags.

Gift a Tree

Want to give the best gift to your dearest ones? Gift them a tree. We can help it delivered at their place anywhere within India.

CORE
Commitments

Trees are essential to life. They create the very air we breathe and filter air pollution. Trees also build soil and help soak up stormwater before it can create a flood, and they offer energy-saving shade that reduces global warming and creates habitat for thousands of different species. Trees also help to reduce ozone levels in urban areas.

Ninety percent of the plastic items in our daily lives are used once and then thrown: grocery bags, plastic wrap, disposable cutlery, straws etc. You can stop relying on these products and replace them with reusable versions. It only takes a few times of bringing your own bags, silverware or travel mug before it becomes habit.

Yoga makes you feel better. Practicing the postures, breathing exercises and meditation makes you healthier in body, mind and spirit. Yoga lets you tune in, chill out, shape up — all at the same time. Developed in India, Yoga is a spiritual practice that has been evolving for the last 5,000 years or so.

Cost of our energy use comes from fossil fuels like petroleum and coal that provide electricity and gas to power our growing energy needs. These resources are non-renewable which means that we will eventually run out. Conserving energy not only helps to conserve resources but also translates into financial savings.

Respect is important because it shows that one values another as an individual, and that he honors the personal rights and dignity of the person as a fellow human being. Respecting others goes a long way in developing a harmonious home, work and social environment. People who show respect for others often gain respect in return.

Trees are essential to life. They create the very air we breathe and filter air pollution. Trees also build soil and help soak up stormwater before it can create a flood, and they offer energy-saving shade that reduces global warming and creates habitat for thousands of different species. Trees also help to reduce ozone levels in urban areas.

Ninety percent of the plastic items in our daily lives are used once and then thrown: grocery bags, plastic wrap, disposable cutlery, straws etc. You can stop relying on these products and replace them with reusable versions. It only takes a few times of bringing your own bags, silverware or travel mug before it becomes habit.

Yoga makes you feel better. Practicing the postures, breathing exercises and meditation makes you healthier in body, mind and spirit. Yoga lets you tune in, chill out, shape up — all at the same time. Developed in India, Yoga is a spiritual practice that has been evolving for the last 5,000 years or so.

Cost of our energy use comes from fossil fuels like petroleum and coal that provide electricity and gas to power our growing energy needs. These resources are non-renewable which means that we will eventually run out. Conserving energy not only helps to conserve resources but also translates into financial savings.

Respect is important because it shows that one values another as an individual, and that he honors the personal rights and dignity of the person as a fellow human being. Respecting others goes a long way in developing a harmonious home, work and social environment. People who show respect for others often gain respect in return.

CORE
Commitments

TAKE THE PLEDGE.

IVN IN ACTION

IVN is a volunteer’s network in India with individual and organizational participation to secure 2 human hours of contribution per volunteer per week and 100 Human Hours per volunteer per Year, to save and help in the nation growth. The IVN network ensures cross communication, collection & dissemination of knowledge for building the environment.

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