European Network of Older-Volunteer Organizations (ENOVO)
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as European Network of Older Volunteers (ENOV) - Réseau européen des bénévoles seniors -- Red Europea de Voluntarios Mayores -- Europäisches Forum älterer Freiwilliger -- Rete European Dei Volontari Anziani -- Europees Netwerk Van Oudere Vrijwilligers -- Euroopan Seniorivpaanehtoisten Verkosto -- Gréasan Eorpach na Oibrithe Deonacha Aosta. A section within Volonteurope. Originally referred to as European Senior Volunteer Network. Present name adopted 2005.
Promote volunteering by older people across Europe; promote good practice by older volunteers; link in partnership with other volunteering organizations; promote the benefits of volunteering to the volunteers themselves; develop new opportunities for older volunteers; respond to social changes by developing new volunteering; open up new funding streams for older volunteers; combat ageism in volunteering organizations across Europe; develop tools for measuring impact for older volunteering effort; develop solidarity of older volunteers across Europe.Available with paid subscription only.
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