CORPORATE
VOLUNTEER
PROGRAMS

Contributing as a volunteer is an integral extension of both organisational and personal development. Many organizations regularly encourage their employees to volunteer for causes they relate to as it offers numerous potential gains such as improving employee involvement, development of soft skills such as leadership capabilities, etc. The Shiv Nadar Foundation envisions innovative corporate volunteering opportunities at its leadership institutions.

Corporate Volunteering—where we step in!

(A) Engagement facilitator with rural students
  • Through well-planned entrepreneurial projects
  • Tutoring students
  • Culturally driven programmes for students involving dramatics, dance, etc.
  • Art & craft projects with students
  • Drive collaboration among students with activities such as debating/ public speaking
  • Educational seminars, programmes, etc.
  • Soft-skill development
  • Book drives
(B) Sports volunteering opportunities
  • Sports coaching
  • Equipment collection and inventory management
  • Conducting matches between corporates and students
(a) Cultural volunteer opportunities
  • Organize cultural shows
  • Equipment collection and inventory management
  • Conducting matches between corporates and students
  • Art competitions & exhibitions with/for students
  • Yoga, exercise or relaxation classes
Volunteer Guidelines Training

Each volunteer group receives an exhaustive tour of the institution

Qualification
  • Skills to match the activity
  • Members should be chosen by the corporate think-tank or be part of the corporate employee engagement programme
  • Positive, friendly, lively & energetic attitude
Time commitment

A structured program factoring in detailed timelines and deliverables is developed to facilitate project tracking and progress. Regular attendance is vital to benchmark project success. Please note: Volunteers cannot come when they have communicable illnesses such as cold and cough, fever or flu, conjunctivitis etc.

Gifts for Runners