About International Volunteer Day
International Volunteer Day (IVD) is a global celebration of volunteers. It takes place every year on December 5 to shine a light on the impact of volunteer efforts everywhere.
Volunteers are leading social change around the world. This special day promotes the work of volunteers at all levels, including local, national and international.
United Nations Volunteers founded International Volunteer Day in 1985.
For more information, please visit the United Nations Volunteers website.
At Volunteers Pakistan, we recognize the value of volunteering. Which we proudly inherited from our founding Fathers of Pakistan movement.
From the Icey mountain terrains, Hunza civilization in the north to fertile plans of Potohar homing Gandhara civilization, midland of river Indus to oceanic beautiful cost line from port Qasim to Gwadar Frink in the monuments to gardens of Mughal era, fundraising activities across Pakistan around the year are kept alive our volunteering stature. Volunteers are everywhere in our communities, extending helping hands. It’s a unique blend of giving back lifting communities.
Our beloved Eva and most favorite visitor keep on unfolding surprises of Pakistan’s beautiful landscape treasure every day.
The impact that volunteering has on organizations, businesses, neighborhoods, society, and volunteers themselves is something to celebrate!
That’s why Volunteers Pakistan works hard every day to improve the quality and diversity of volunteer experiences.