The enTàndem project creates links between university volunteering and children at risk of social exclusion with the aim of encouraging children’s autonomy and self-esteem.
The final decision was taken between 96 non-profit organisations represented in the 109 entries.
The report, researched by the Nonprofit Tech For Good with the support of other international organisations, aims to gain a better understanding of how the NGOs use the internet.
They also help unemployed teenagers get a job.
If organisations are not managed well, they won’t be efficient enough when it comes to provide assistance to its beneficiaries and hence, their social impact will be lower.
The app allowing recognition of almost any song based on a small sample and the British association want to raise awareness of the disease among the younger generation.
Networking is deeply integrated into European Union's DNA. Daniel Ferrer shares with us some thoughts on how it's developed in the non-profit sector.
Since 1990, many non-profit organisations are offering training activities, education and service provision aimed at the participation and empowerment of people.
23 April is UNESCO World Book and Sant Jordi (Saint George’s Day), the love and literature day massively celebrated all over Catalonia. Many groups of Catalan people living abroad are organizing different non-profit activities.
To celebrate the first anniversary of Nonprofit, the director of xarxanet.org shares with us the motivations behind the project and his expectations for the future.
Urban Confessional organises an event to be hosted in cities around the US and abroad. At the moment they already have 2000 US-based volunteers.
The Belgian Foundation against Cancer is promoting an initiative that invites participants to not drink alcohol at all for 28 days.
The Danish Cancer Society has launched a funny initiative for a serious issue mentioning five popular holiday destinations and reminding travelers to protect themselves against the sun.
The Bike Project reuses second-hand bikes, repairs them and gives them to people who are fleeing their countries of origin. Every year, 13,500 asylum seekers arrive in the British capital. 27,500 bikes are abandoned during the same time period.
Doctors of the World is one of the 15 organisations involved in the project, aiming to ensure sustainable European action to end female circumcision all over the world.
Before images and videos can be shared on social media, they have to be built.