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International Humanity Foundation (IHF) 
International Humanity Foundation (IHF) is a non-religious, non-political, non-profit organization dedicated to providing the world's poor with basic humanitarian aid while preserving their cultures, traditions and beliefs. IHF seeks volunteers in Indonesia, Kenya and Thailand, where they help to improve the lives of thousands of children.  Visit site
International Intern Volunteer Exchange Program - Tajikistan 
IIVEP is a volunteer-recruiting organization that provides opportunites for Tajiks, as well as foreigners, to volunteer in Tajikistan.   Visit site
International Medical Volunteers Association (IMVA)  
The International Medical Volunteers Association (IMVA) promotes, facilitates, and supports voluntary medical activity through education and information exchange. It works with a wide range of health care volunteers, providing information about volunteer opportunities and offer practical advice on how to find and choose compatible assignments.  Visit site
International Volunteer HQ (IVHQ) 
International Volunteer HQ (IVHQ) aims to provide volunteer travellers with quality, flexible, safe and highly affordable volunteering placements in developing countries. In addition to providing aid and assistance to these countries, IVHQ endeavors to increase education and heighten awareness through not only the skills and expertise taken by volunteers to their host communities and institutions, but also through the experiences and lessons volunteers will in turn take back to their own countries and cultures.  Visit site
International Volunteer Programs Association (IVPA) 
The International Volunteer Programs Association (IVPA) is an alliance of nonprofit, non-governmental organizations based in the Americas, that are involved in international volunteer and internship exchanges. IVPA offers a forum for international volunteer program representatives (staff, board members, etc.) to share information and resources, develop new skills, and collaborate on cost-saving initiatives.  Visit site
iphilippines.ph 
iVolunteer.ph is the Philippines' first portal on Volunteerism.  It seeks to promote volunteerism for social development by harnessing the power and reach of the Internet. The portal provides web-based facilities for non-profit organizations to post volunteer opportunities in a searcheable database for free.  Visit site
It's all about U 
It’s all about U is a new national campaign in the UK to celebrate people who volunteer every day of the year. It is an initiative co-ordinated by Community Channel and do-it.org.uk.  Visit site
IT4Communities (UK) 
A charity supporting IT volunteering in the UK, funded by the charitable arm of the Information Technologists' Company and by corporate sponsorship. Supports a large network of IT professional volunteers throughout the UK and, occasionally, overseas. Since inception in 2002 its volunteers have delivered over £2.5 million worth of support to charities and voluntary sector organizations in the UK.  Visit site
iVolunteer 
An initiative of MITRA, iVolunteer is working through its Volunteer Centres and non-profit partners to offer volunteering opportunities in different Indian cities.  Visit site
iVolunteer Overseas 
iVolunteer Overseas (IVO) is a joint initiative of MITRA and VSO that offers Indian professionals opportunity to share their skills with disadvantaged people in the developing countries of Asia, Africa and the Caribbean and Pacific regions. Candidates must be Indian citizens, between 23 and 65 years and graduate with at least three years experience.  Visit site

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The people you'll meet on these pages are not famous, yet they have touched millions of people's lives through their committment, compassion and courage. They've been baptized as  "trailblazers", "shakers and movers", "disaster responders", among others.  Whatever names they've been called, they have one thing in common -- they've made a difference.