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Information for organisations who want to get involved in the European Solidarity Corps

The European Solidarity Corps aims to foster solidarity in European society, engaging young people and organisations in accessible and high-quality solidarity activities. It offers young people opportunities to show solidarity and help resolve challenging situations across Europe through volunteering activities, traineeships or jobs as well as solidarity projects based on young people's own initiative.

 

How to get involved?

Quality Label

In order to participate in the European Solidarity Corps, volunteering, traineeship and job activities, organisations should obtain a Quality Label. A Quality Label ensures compliance with the principles and objectives of the European Solidarity Corps. Organisations apply for a Quality Label to the National Agency of their country or regional SALTOs in case of Partner Countries. Applications for Quality Label can be submitted on a continuous basis.

Organisations from Partner Countries outside the EU and holding a Quality Label can participate in volunteering activities as partners. For further information on eligible Participating and Partner Countries and eligibility criteria, please refer to the European Solidarity Corps Guide available on https://ec.europa.eu/youth/solidarity-corps.

Please note that organisations with a valid European Voluntary Service accreditation can participate in volunteering activities without holding a Quality Label.

Application for funding

Any public or private organisation from a European Union Member State holding a Quality Label can submit applications for funding within set deadlines for volunteering, traineeships and jobs. Moreover, groups of young people registered in the European Solidarity Corps Portal may apply for solidarity project funding.

The call will fund Volunteering Projects, Volunteering Partnerships, Traineeships and Jobs, Solidarity Projects and Volunteering Teams in high priority areas. 

Applications for funding for Volunteering Teams in high priority areas should be addressed via online forms to the Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency. Applications regarding the other actions should be submitted via online forms to the National Agency of the country in which the applicant organisation is established.

Eligible organisations and groups of young people should submit their applications by the following deadlines:

Volunteering Partnerships

16 October 2018

Volunteering Projects

16 October 2018

Volunteering Teams in high priority areas

18 February 2019

Traineeships and Jobs

16 October 2018

Solidarity Projects

16 October 2018

 

For further details, please refer to the European Solidarity Corps Guide. The application forms and the European Solidarity Corps Guide are available on https://ec.europa.eu/youth/solidarity-corps.  

 

Other funding programmes supporting the European Solidarity Corps