Levol-app is a European cooperation at transnational level coordinated by Pista Mágica (PT) with the support of Neo Sapiens (ES), Futuro Digitale (IT), PDCO (SK) and BVSC (UK). In case of being interested on the project or its activities, please contact with the partner organisation located in your country. For general enquiries write to the project email address.
Funded on 22 July 2008, the mission of Pista Mágica is Educating for a volunteering that effectively solves the problems of vulnerable people and the world. Its main objectives are to contribute for a full exercise of volunteering: more informed, more motivated, more capable, and to change the expired solidarity paradigm holding the posts mainly in the "good will" to a new emerging paradigm that should be added the preparation to a “great heart”.
Neo Sapiens is a European mobility and training company which main aim is the design, management and implementation of educational, training, entertainment, culture and transnational mobility projects and local initiatives to promote training opportunities on non formal education and interculturality.
Futuro Digitale Association works to promote youth empowerment through concrete possibilities of development connected to elearning, traineeship and personalised patterns of working periods. It is a job agency recognized by the Ministry of Labour involved in orienteering youth through non-formal education strategies related to employability skills and entrepreneurship.
The Platform of Volunteer Centres and Organizations was established in August 2011 as the result of activities carried out within the European Year of Volunteering 2011 and informal networking activities of volunteer centres which started in Slovakia already in 2009. The main goal of the Platform is to support the creation of environment favourable for the development of volunteering.
Founded 100 years ago, BVSC is the key voluntary sector support organisation in Birmingham and one of the largest CVS in the UK. BVSC has an outstanding track record of many years spent managing complex local, regional and national projects with significant and positive outcomes for local communities. BVSC has for years worked in the context of developing and supporting partnership and collaboration between third sector and public sector service providers and consequently is widely respected and recognised by commissioners.
This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.