Volunteering networks

Networks are essential to us. They allow us to know the latest trends, good practices, experiences and to generate among all synergies to promote social change in an innovative way.

Networks as a key factor in volunteering

Networking is a priority in the world of corporate volunteering. Networks represent meeting and collaboration spaces between organizations, companies and people. Being parto of them provides good opportunities to generate synergies between the different agents that encourage social change (companies, NGO’s, public entities…).

Networks give its members the opportunity to create tools and services and jointly promote quality and innovation in Corporate Volunteering.


Since 2011 we coordinate Voluntare, the biggest spanish-speaking network to promote corporate volunteering, which has more than 80 partners among companies and NGO’s from Europe and Latin America. We provide a space where Voluntare partners work in a collaborative way and developp projects to generate work tools and services.


We have partnered with Volonteurope, an international network for the promotion of volunteering, active citizenship and social justice from different fields and levels, that makes easier the exchange of ideas, projects and knowledge.
Volonteurope is made up of 50 members from 20 countries, that include Volunteering Matters, La Ligue de l'Enseignement, GemeinsamLeben und Lernen in Europe, GVC and ActionAid.


Since 2020 we have been members of the International Association for Volunteer Effort (IAVE). This global network of NGOs, companies, national volunteer centers and volunteer leaders promotes, strengthens and celebrates volunteering in all its forms and in all countries.


Points of Light is the world's largest voluntary service organization.

We have been members since 2013, sharing a similar mission and work. We are fortunate to share experiences with them continously, learning and adding value to our projects.

They display a society where each person can easily drive change in their community and globally. They want to be a cultural catalyst, working together in partnership with other organizations and individuals in order to build a society where no one is left out.


We are part of Global Pro Bono Network, a network made up of 48 organizations in 31 countries to promote pro bono volunteering via exchanging knowledge and good practices, mutual support and collaboration. This membership is a sign of our commitment with this type of volunteering, in which professionals offer their skills and experience to people or organizations that seek to achieve a social objective but are unable to pay for these services.