Researcher (Partner Relations) for iVolunteer Philippines

Children & Youth | Sep 04, 2015 | Volunteer Event


[UPDATE] Those who have signed up as of 1 September 2015 were sent an invitation for the iVolunteer Orientation. Please check your email.


iVolunteer Philippines would like to invite YOU to join our energetic and dedicated team, enable more and more Filipinos to begin their volunteer journey with us.

Every Filipino Volunteering to Build a Better Nation Every Day

At iVolunteer Philippines, we believe that all Filipinos, especially the youth, can be heroes - by devoting their time, talent and treasure to advocacies that they are deeply passionate about.

 Our team is committed to sparking that interest and love for Volunteerism, enough to move people to stand up and take action - consequently making Volunteering a lifestyle.


What You Will Do

You will be responsible for finding new organizations whom iVolunteer Philippines can potentially partner with. You are expected to find organizations within the Greater Manila Area with priority on those advocacies on Animals, Human Rights (Gender, Worker, Migrants, Indigenous People, etc.) Arts & Culture, and Health. Tasks include researching about the organization, what they do and what their advocacy is about, who to contact and sending introduction emails of iVolunteer to the contacts. Once the contact is established, you can already endorse the organization to an iVolunteer Staff for a meeting. 

Time Commitment

New Staff are initially engaged in one project typically 2-3 months long. At the end of the project, we can revisit your interest for longer term commitment.

How to Join

1.     Click the Count Me In button at the top right of the page to sign up

2.     Expect an iVolunteer Internals staff to contact you, using the email and mobile number you have provided, and invite you to an iVolunteer Orientation schedule


Reach out to us through and we will be happy to provide you more details!

Metro Manila

Sep 04, 2015

09:36 PM - 09:36 PM



Goal: 3


0 more volunteers needed

Event Done