Red Cross Red Crescent Reference Center on Volunteering

The main purpose of the Reference Centre is to act as a resource on volunteering to Red Cross Red Crescent (RC/RC) national societies in Europe through research and sharing of information, the development of good practice models and tools, signposting to centres of excellence and learning, and coordination of support on volunteering between national societies.

The Reference Centre offers the following main resources:

  • A Newsletter
  • An online Library, containing documents related to volunteer management
  • A Blog and Forum for volunteers to post messages and discuss volunteering issues
  • A collection of Volunteer Stories
  • Information on the Campaigns being run by different RC/RC National Societies
  • An E-learning training course

Website of the reference center
http://www.rcvolunteering.org/portal/page?_pageid=478%2C1&_dad=portal30&_schema=PORTAL30

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