Partnerships & Sponsoring
With 70 years of experience and members across the globe, CCIVS engages in partnerships with entities outside of the IVS sector in order to strengthen our work and to contribute our expertise to the development of innovative projects. Below are some examples of how your organisation can work together with CCIVS.
- Attend the General Assembly of CCIVS as observers;
- Remain in regular contact with CCIVS;
- Participate in activities that are not reserved for members;
- Engage themselves in CCIVS as agreed upon when accepted as a corresponding organisation;
- Pay their annual membership fee.
Becoming a corresponding organisation you can have access to International Voluntary Service (IVS) organisations all over the world, you can be kept up to date on the different activities run by the CCIVS member organisations, you can participate in activities which are open to all partners of CCIVS.
CCIVS offers intercultural learning workshops for your employees.
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CCIVS offers the possibilities to universities to set up innovative projects based on the values of International Voluntary Service.
CCIVS is currently working together with two Universities; University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign USA focusing on the the study of the Impact of IVS, and with the University of Coventry UK where we are developing Peace Building Tools.
CCIVS offers the possibilities for internships in its international office in Paris and intercultural training for university students.
CCIVS offers the possibility to Foundations to access international voluntary service programs by offering support and advice and creating the link with international members of CCIVS.
CCIVS can also offer innovative projects in order to support Foundations goals.
Sponsor the actions and campaigns of CCIVS which actively contribute to achievement of the SDG by offering:
- Free marketing space
- Transportation or hosting costs for projects
- Technical support
- Monetary support
CCIVS activities take place in over 80 countries of the world and involve 30000+ people every year, especially young people and communities at risk. To find out more information, please use the contact form below.