I found Vibha through a friend. I enjoy volunteering with them and admire the Vibha team's enthusiasm and perseverence. It is inspiring to see these young folks make time so they can reach out and help those truly in need.
Its my third year with Vibha. I volunteered for a couple of major events of Vibha that focuses on projects supporting underprivileged children. Its great to work with such an organized and dedicated volunteers who strive to make a positive difference in the life of an underprivileged child. Thanks to Vibha which helps to realize my dream of being a part of a noble cause!
I found Vibha to be a great platform for volunteer activity. I was part of the Dream mile volunteer group and the first thing I found out was that the people running the show were willing to trust newbies like me to big responsibilities like managing publicity. This trust helps the organization retain volunteers to a great extent. it also prompted me to find out more about what the organization does and get more personally involved in the project work. The way one of the core volunteers passionately spoke about the spotlight projects of Vibha gave me a sense that we were truly making a difference in the lives of the children we were helping back home. it was a truly amazing experience
I have been a volunteer with Vibha for over a little less than a year now. I have helped them organize their 5k/10k walk and Dandia. Through this journey I have seen the dedication of all the volunteers and the exemplary execution during events. All this comes from their desire and determination to make sure we are able to help underprivileged kids in India to the maximum. Giving more than 2000 hours a month in combined volunteer man hours to help execute an event is no joke. All this from volunteers who have full time jobs. The willingness to sacrifice one's own time to help children thousands of miles away and then do it again and again is something which makes me want to contribute some more each time.. Vibha is truly a great example of collective desire to educate empower and enable the future of India..
I have been a Vibha volunteer for more than a year now. Starting with event organization to raise funds, now I am also Project lead for the Swanirvar project. Swanirvar is a project based in West Bengal, which provides alternative education for rural children as well as includes intervention in government schools, to encourage quality education thus reducing dropouts rates. With so many non-profits catering to similar causes, it was difficult to decide which one to be a part of. In case of Vibha, it is the dedication of all volunteers, transparency in the handling of funds, open-ness to listen to new ideas is what makes it very attractive to me. As a Project lead, when I attend the calls to discuss individual project status, I realize how committed everyone is to provide a better future to the not-so-fortunate children. When I talk to the beneficiary project head, he is very grateful for the efforts & funds Vibha provides. He informs me about the change it has helped improve the lives of children receiving these funds.This motivates me further to do a better job at fund-raising. I hope that Vibha will continue with its great work, and I as a volunteer, shall help make a difference.
I have been a volunteer with Vibha for about a year and a half. It is amazing to see the passion of the volunteers towards the cause. One of the best parts about working with Vibha is - I can be sure where my dollars are going. The money is spent after careful consideration and there are hardly any overhead costs. It is really gratifying to make a difference in the life of these children who, unfortunately, would not have a choice otherwise. Nishu
Vibha is a group of very committed individuals who have been a source of motivation for me to step up give back to the community with the same zeal and enthusiasm! Seeing the results of the efforts of the group is extremely heartwarming and rewarding!
I have been volunteering with Vibha for almost an year and was involved in organizing fund raising events such as the Dream Mile and Diwali Mela. Looking at the commitment and the professionalism with which this organization functions, it is hard to believe that it is run solely by volunteers. All the volunteers are extremely dedicated and it is inspiring to see their commitment to the cause of underprivileged children.
I have had the pleasure of working with some really good people in this organization and ended up making great friends in life outside of our volunteer work. I started participating by helping out in fund raising events for the fun of it but ended up appreciating the real impact that the group had on underprivileged kids back home in India. A big eye opener for me was listening to the stories of success and huge challenges from the Non-Profit organizations in India who Vibha funded at a annual volunteer conference in Atlanta last year.
I have a lot of respect for the cause for which Vibha is advocating. I have personally been involved very actively in helping organize fund-raising events like Dandia and Walk. I love the dedication and energy with which all the volunteers come and work. Hats off to the leads who organize such wonderful professionally organized events!