Pro Vobis – National Resource Center for Volunteering is an association that was founded in 1992 in Romania. Pro Vobis aims to develop volunteerism through training, consultancy, research and facilitation of networking of all interested stakeholders, and to promote volunteerism in Romania as a viable and irreplaceable resource in solving the problems our society is now facing.
Volunteer Ireland is the national volunteer development organization and a support body for all local Volunteer Centers and Volunteering Information Services in Ireland. Volunteer Ireland believes that people can fulfil their potential through volunteering and that volunteering contributes to healthier and more resilient communities. Volunteer Ireland works to support, promote and celebrate volunteering and do this in many different ways, working with a variety of stakeholders.
Freiwilligen-Zentrum Augsburg (Volunteer-Center Augsburg) exists since 1997. As a regional competence center we promote and coordinate volunteering in all it’s variety. We connect and consult citizens, organizations, initiatives, centers for education, local offices and businesses and develop partnerships and networks of volunteering in our city.
Vestre Aker Frivilligsentral (Vestre Aker Volunteer Center) is a foundation based in Oslo, Norway. Our main goal is to facilitate so that residents contribute to society based on their own skills, interests, and abilities. We work directly with people in need of assistance, as well as on an organizational and political level.
The Centre for European Volunteering (CEV) (until 1 July 2020 known as the European Volunteer Centre), established in 1992, is the European network of over 60 organizations dedicated to the promotion of, and support to, volunteers and volunteering in Europe at European, national or regional level. CEV channels the collective priorities and concerns of its member organizations to the institutions of the European Union and the Council of Europe. CEV’s vision is a Europe in which volunteers are central in building a cohesive, sustainable and inclusive society based on solidarity and active citizenship.
Croatian Volunteer Development Center (CVDC) was formally established in 2015, as a non-profit organization in Croatia. CVDC aims to contribute to build an open, democratic and vibrant society based on active participation of its citizens. The primary mission is to lead the development and support the strengthening of resources for the affirmation of volunteering in Croatia.