Wednesday, 11 June 2014 06:01


Yes, you are able to create good e-volunteering project! We prepared few useful guidelines, to support you with filling in the form and win a grant, that will make your idea come true!



Crowdfunding initiatives and e-charity are often bottom-up, spontaneous actions organized by informal groups. What is allowed and what shouldn’t be done by this type of organizers? What kind of actions can be carried out without the registration in the proper institutions and what you need to report? How to ensure the safety and reliability of the project? How to organize action to be assured that assistance will go to the needy and there won’t be any abuse? What tools to choose: when crowdfunding platform is better and when other channels of communication are enough? Helpful guidelines: crowdfunding and e-charity


Thanks to free platforms and apps, in many countries mapping is become more and more popular. Mapping means creating maps showing some issue. It can be useful for, e.g.

- local community – when you point places worth visit,

- local government – when show places that need renovation,

- or excluded groups – when you create a map of places accessible and non-accessible for the disabled. [more]

 Helpful guidelines: Mapping


Internet is a great database of knowledge – you can find there almost everything! professionals like: financiers, IT, graphic artists, mathematicians, humanists and many others share their knowledge by posting articles, notes, comments or on-line debates. Contrary to the popular belief of some, the knowledge gathered on the Internet can be the same professional as knowledge gathered in encyclopaedias - there are teams of moderators on many portals providing reliability of posted information. The knowledge gathering type of e-volunteering is about creating sources of common knowledge, free encyclopaedias, blogs, portals, etc. [more] Helpful guidelines- knowledge gaining


E-learning means: education via the Internet Thanks to e-learning knowledge is freed from the school and able to appeal to people by being presented in an interesting and accessible form. New technologies enable us to teach others and to learn without even leaving our homes. The most prominent examples are: e-learning courses, asking experts for advice, or the exchange of personal experiences between internet users. [more Helpful guidelines: E-learning


Citizen journalism encompasses projects carried out by citizens, with help of which they can take part in determining the way local and nationwide media function. A citizen journalist is able to comment on the events taking place in their environment, to publish reports on-line and to upload photos, and video materials. In Poland, local news portals created by residents, as well as nationwide portals, are steadily gaining popularity, mainly because thanks to them every citizen has a chance to inform others about current Polish issues. [more Helpful guidelines: citizen journalism



Guidelines in Polish:


But remember, that your project doesn't have to fit into one or more categories above - you can invent totally different way of engaging e-volunteers in social activities!


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