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PNVSCA partners with Silliman University; intensifies calls for volunteerism in higher education institutions

Written by: John Vincent M. Mañosca The Philippine National Volunteer Service Coordinating Agency (PNVSCA) recently conducted the Forum on Volunteerism in Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) on 08 September 2022 at Silliman University in Dumaguete City, Negros Oriental to increase awareness and appreciation of men and women representatives of HEIs on the benefits of integrating volunteerism continue reading : PNVSCA partners with Silliman University; intensifies calls for volunteerism in higher education institutions

80 LGUs Participate in PNVSCA-USPC Philippines Capacity Building on Volunteerism as a Development Strategy

Written by: Alyssa Villa & Sheena Alcala A total of 80 LGUs from the municipalities (60), cities (15) and provinces (5) from regions CAR, I, III and VII participated in the Philippine National Volunteer Service Coordinating Agency (PNVSCA) and the United States Peace Corps (USPC) Philippines’ training titled, “Training on Mainstreaming Volunteerism with the Local continue reading : 80 LGUs Participate in PNVSCA-USPC Philippines Capacity Building on Volunteerism as a Development Strategy

PNVSCA bolsters advocacy efforts on the institutionalization of volunteerism as a development strategy in Northern Luzon

Written by: Kamille May Atienza As part of its advocacy efforts to mainstream volunteerism as a development strategy, PNVSCA, with the leadership of Executive Director Donald James D. Gawe continued its series of dialogues with local government units (LGUs)  and higher education institutions (HEIs) in Pangasinan, La Union, and Benguet Provinces on 9-12 August 2022. continue reading : PNVSCA bolsters advocacy efforts on the institutionalization of volunteerism as a development strategy in Northern Luzon

PNVSCA calls for nominations for SOV 2022

Written by: Danica Pacardo The Philippine National Volunteer Service Coordinating Agency (PNVSCA) once again invites the general public to nominate individuals and organizations to this year’s Search for Outstanding Volunteers (SOV). The deadline of submission of nominations is on September 15, 2022. Created in 2001, the SOV is an annual program which aims to recognize continue reading : PNVSCA calls for nominations for SOV 2022

PNVSCA Participates in the 75th Anniversary Celebration of French-Philippine Diplomatic Relations and Bastille Day

Front row (second from left): PNVSCA Exec. Dir. Donald James D. Gawe, French Republic Ambassador to the Philippines H.E. Michèle Boccoz,  Intramuros Administration Officer-in-Charge Mr. Edgardo A. Baysic,  and France Volontaires (FV) Philippines National Representative Ms. Nanette L. Repalpa joined by FV staff and international volunteers, representatives from the National Youth Volunteer Coalition, sponsors of continue reading : PNVSCA Participates in the 75th Anniversary Celebration of French-Philippine Diplomatic Relations and Bastille Day

KOICA-WFK holds Annual Bilateral Programming Meeting with PNVSCA

KOICA-World Friends Korea (KOICA-WFK) Program held the Annual Bilateral Programming Meeting with the Philippine National Volunteer Service Coordinating Agency (PNVSCA) at the KOICA Philippine Office on 8th of July 2022. The meeting was held to share KOICA-WFK activities with its key partner, PNVSCA, and to ensure its activities and plans are in line with the continue reading : KOICA-WFK holds Annual Bilateral Programming Meeting with PNVSCA

PNVSCA conducts orientation on volunteerism to BBP focal persons and heads of regional DSWD residential care facilities

In photos: PNVSCA Executive Director Donald James D. Gawe provides an orientation on volunteerism to 28 Bayanihang Bayan Focal Persons and Heads of Regional DSWD Residential Care Facilities on Day 1 of the Training on the Core Principles of Mental Health and Psychosocial Support in Emergency Setting (Operationalizing the Principle of “Do No Harm”), led continue reading : PNVSCA conducts orientation on volunteerism to BBP focal persons and heads of regional DSWD residential care facilities