Here are some links about some volunteering opportunities and organizations for Italy:
- Volunteer Abroad Guide – Source: Serve Your World – "travel with purpose"
- Volunteer Guide – "Volunteer Abroad" – Source: GoAbroad.com – "Welcome to the resource for meaningful travel!™"
- VolunteerLogue – "Volunteer Travel Guide" – Source: web site
- A.I.D.O. (Associazione Italiana per la Donazione di Organi, Tessuti e Cellule) – In Italian Only – Source: web site
- ANPAS (Associazione Nazionale Pubbliche Assistenze) – In Italian Only – Source: web site
- AVIS (Associazione Volontari Italiani Sangue) – "donare sangue è semplicemente importante" – In Italian Only – Source: web site
- Dipartimento della Protezione Civile – In Italian Only – Source: web site
- federavo – "il portale della federazione delle associazioni di volontariato ospedaliero" – In Italian Only – Source: web site
- Italy – "10 Seasonal Jobs & Volunteering" – Source: 4 International Careers & Jobs – "... is an international employment directory reviewing world-wide top job sites." – "The free starting point for international careers and jobs"
- Italy Internship, Volunteer & Work Resource Guide – Source: NIAF (National Italian American Foundation) – "... is a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit, nonpartisan educational foundation that promotes Italian American culture and heritage."
- Volunteering – Italy – Source: Let's Go – travel guides – "CELEBRATING 50 YEARS"
- Volunteer Abroad » Italy – Source: Volunteer Abroad Search section of GoAbroad.com – "... is the leading international education and experiential travel resource." – "Welcome to the resource for meaningful travel!™"
- Volunteer in Italy – Source: gvi – "you are the difference"
- Volunteer in Italy – Source: Serve Your World – "travel with purpose"
- Volunteer in Italy – Source: transitionsabroad.com – "WORK STUDY TRAVEL LIVING"
- Volunteer opportunities in ITALY – Source: Cadip (Canadian Alliance for Development Initiatives and Projects) – "Volunteering Worldwide"
- Volunteering / exchanges - Italy – Source: European Youth Portal – "A gateway to citizenship and mobility for young people in Europe!!! The European Youth Portal offers European and national information of interest to young people who are living, learning and working in Europe. The portal gives information on 8 main themes, covers 31 countries and is available in 25 languages. The portal allows young people to have their views heard - through online discussion forums, and their questions answered - through the Eurodesk Network."
- How you can help – Source: CARE International UK
- Volunteers – "Welcome" – Source: The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) – In English, French, Spanish
- World Volunteer Web – "Volunteerism worldwide: News, views & resources" – Source: web site
The above links as of this date are/were current. If anyone has any suggestions for any other additional web sites and/or links for reference, please feel free to post your comment and I'll update this blog entry.
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For some of the volunteer organizations that are based in Italy, you may have to be able to speak and understand Italian, be certified in certain areas or hold a certification, e.g,, CPR, EMT, operating a portable defibrillator, etc., holding a valid drivers license from Italy or an European Union country and/or be a legal resident of Italy.
That's it for Wednesday, 24 February 2010: mercoledì, 24 febbraio 2010
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