This week’s Sunday Story (Post number2705) is some thing different from the normal Sunday story. VOLUNTEERING is something very great and noble! It is unfortunate that in these days of hurry burry, people have no time for VOLUNTARY SERVICES to the society!
International Volunteer Day International Volunteer Day (IVD) is observed on 5 December every year. This day provides a chance for volunteers and organizations to celebrate their efforts, values and promote their work among their communities, etc.
It is aimed to inspire people, whether they are decision makers or citizens of this world, to take action NOW for people and the planet.
The United Nations Volunteers Programme (UNV) coordinates International Volunteer Day on 5 December every year to recognize and promote the tireless work, not just of UN Volunteers, but of volunteers across the globe. Every day, volunteers dedicate time and effort to ensure the inclusion of those often left behind, drive climate action and advance the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
When people are encouraged to get involved in solving problems, the solutions are more likely to be feasible and lasting. Volunteers engage communities and build a people-centric movement to help build a better and safer future for us all.
For the generations of TOMORROW, we must take responsibility for the changes needed to build a better future NOW. Encouraging, recognizing and promoting volunteerism is an important part of creating a more equal and inclusive future for communities and worldwide.
In the lead-up to #IVD2021, let us celebrate the contributions of the millions who #volunteernow.
Let us resolve here and now to offer voluntary services for the betterment of our sacred Indian Society.
Hope for the best as a volunteer!