What are we referring to when talking about digital volunteering? Could somebody spending 80% of his time in front of a computer and 20% in a hospital be a digital volunteer?
CEV calls for applications for the European Volunteering Capital Competition 2019.
Online volunteering puts NGOs and communities in contact to carry out tasks thanks to one vital tool: an internet connection.
For nonprofit organisations, social media can be a space to catch citizens’ attention, connect with the social bases and build up a community. Here we offer you some key elements to secure the commitment from volunteers, using the social media.
The Capacity Building Conference will take place on 6-7 April 2017 in London at the City Hall.
The event will be held on Wednesday 22nd and Thursday 23rd February at the Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre (SECC) in Glasgow.
Laura Casas shares her thoughts on the true motivations of many volunteers and the non-profit organisations hosting them.
Denmark’s second largest city lived a 2017 full of activities as the European Capital of Culture and this year it holds the European Volunteering Capital. Let’s find out how volunteering is in this Northern European city.
Many solidarity initiatives have started in oncology wards, here are a few of them!
The excitement at starting a new project, the nostalgia for projects that come to an end and the stamina to continue volunteering and enjoying it. All of this and a little more in this article by Joan Rosinach.
Susan J. Ellis explains rights and obligations that volunteers should comply with. Want to know more about it?
From Fundació Estany they tell us about DansCapacitats, an inclusive dance project bringing together people with and without disabilities.
Helping to disseminate campaigns, signing petitions, translating, giving advice to associations…there are a number of ways you can collaborate with non-profit organisations from home.
The Irish municipality will take over from London (2016) after beating six other candidates. The volunteering capital in 2018 will be Aarhus.
The director of National Coordinating Body of Volunteer Support Centres in Italy (CSVnet) shared with us his point of view on the Third Sector reform passed in May 2016.
Neighbourly is a social network that connects charities and community projects with local businesses and individuals in the United Kingdom. We talked with Beth Calverley about her experience as part of this organisation.