A persistent problem faced by the medical community is the reliable availability of safe blood at the hour of need. And to help do our part for this cause, this World Blood Donor Day, Aster Volunteers
National cleanliness drive conducted in India.
My India Healthy India 1.0, was a mission driven by our chairman Dr. Moopen, who on the 70th anniversary of Indian independence
Exclusive event for government employees in Dubai.
Aster Volunteers partnered with the Department of Immigration, Dubai to conduct a 3-day Basic Life Support (BLS) training,
Making sure baby Alankrith grew up healthy and happy.
When we first met little Alankrith, an 18-month-old boy from Thrissur, his condition was quite serious. He had contracted
Mr. Sajan C.L. lives in a rented house with his wife and 2 children. Running a popular tender coconut cart at Cherai beach, he earned his livelihood catering to tourists visiting the beach.
A drive to remind people to cool off and stay hydrated in the heat.
The underprivileged are the first to fall prey to the effects of extreme heat. Which is why we partnered
Equipping new parents with critical knowledge and parenting skills.
Baby safety is of paramount importance and we held an event to educate parents on how having the right
As the people of Kerala get back on their feet, it’s time to rebuild - starting with their homes. Aster Homes will help rehabilitate or rebuild homes that were wholly or partially affected by the Kerala floods. We need volunteers to help execute this project.
On the occasion of World Heart Day, Aster Volunteers is organizing 5K and 10 K runs across different geographies. The 'Be Young at Heart' marathon will be held on the 29th of September in India and the 27th of September in GGC countries. Let's run together and celebrate good health and healthy living.
Meet Aishwarya Krishna, a student of psychology from Deakins University, Australia. She has volunteered for one event with Aster Volunteers, but was so inspired that she has resolved to keep giving back to the community whenever she can.
Manoj is a Learning & Development executive, who was inspired to take up volunteering by the promise of helping someone out selflessly and because he was curious about seeing life from the perspective of those who need help the most.
Passion is at the heart of volunteering says student volunteer Darshan. It’s not about how you feel, rather about how you make others feel. He is one of our oldest members, offering his time right from when Aster Volunteers was established.
Poornima is a senior executive who has been following the various events conducted by Aster Volunteers closely and hoping that the platform would open up to external volunteers from outside of the Aster organisation.
A fourth year student at Gulf Medical University, Nitha has always wanted to participate in volunteering events to serve the community. The opportunity to help those less fortunate than her has made her less self-centred and more aware of the blessings in her own life.
Taking inspiration from the courage and dedication of Aster Volunteers, Rana decided to become one herself. She feels blessed for the privilege to help people around her who may be struggling.
A senior software developer working for Nokia Networks in Bangalore, Sagar has wholeheartedly participated in various initiatives with Aster Volunteers. From providing computer and English coaching lessons to underprivileged children to actively volunteering in the Aid Kerala mission, there's no stopping Sagar.
A senior marketing and business development executive by profession, Azza believes in the ancient wisdom of the proverb “A selfless act is an eternal act”. She has been an Aster Volunteer for 1.5 years and is grateful for the opportunity to help many through the platform.
Azif Abdul Rahman has been volunteering with Aster for over 3 years. An internal audit professional, he made a conscious decision to spend less time on Facebook and YouTube and instead dedicate his free time towards doing good.
Ebtsam is an insurance clerk who has been volunteering for 1 year with Aster. It has helped her discover the unconditional joy a few small actions from her can bring out in the life of others. To her, this is a feeling beyond happiness.
There is no greater privilege than being able to help someone in need, says Abhijit Gavali. A doctor by profession, he began working at an Aster Adhar Hospital in Kolhapur and has participated in various Aster Volunteers programmes.
Manjushree is a clinical counsellor and academic coordinator. When she began getting actively involved with Aster Volunteers activities, she discovered the potential of contributing to her community.
Ayesha has been a part of Aster Volunteer initiatives since 2013. She works in an administerial position as a manager and her involvement with Aster Volunteers helps her deal with stress by giving her a sense of fulfilment.