QQinfo has been and continues to be involved in supporting these volunteer associations:
Aims at nationally and globally recognizing volunteers and projects developed through volunteering. It encourages the integration of volunteering into personal development programs and promotes the mobilization of an increasing number and diversity of volunteers to contribute to the quality of the environment and society in which we live. Get yourself involved too!
- Makes visible reasons for joy in people’s lives and helps parents and society to raise children ready to become healthy adults, happy and able to impose their values and values.
- Facilitates the transfer of experiences, teachings and values between the young generation and people in professional seniority and retirement.
- Help people discover the joy of volunteering with the benefits it brings to personal development and a society with healthy, happy, confident, and caring people.
Founded through the initiative of young Crăciun Alexandru Flavian, The First Steps to Performance Association is a non-profit association in Argeș, and the opportunity for disabled people to excel in sports.
Currently, in Romania there are 757.248 disabled people, more than 2% of Romania’s total population. Out of these, over half wish to perform sport activities, but are not given the help and support.
The major obstacles that stand in disabled people’s way to acceptance are negative attitudes, stereotypical thinking, and assumptions regarding what disabled people can and can’t do.
Disabled people possess a large spectrum of abilities that can be constantly updated and developed.
Because of this reason, this association was founded to offer the necessary support to disabled people and offer them a new chance so they can achieve their dreams.
Established in 1996 as an NGO, the Center for Complex Studies (CSC - Centrul pentru Studii Complexe) has taken charge of promoting the paradigm of Complexity in Romania. At the present time, the center's activities occur under the patronage of UNESCO.
CCS is the first and most important Complexity Think-Tank from Romania. Through its activities, CCS constitutes itself as a bridge which connects an academic approach with a pragmatic one; with the purpose of using and building on new theories, models, concepts, and notions supplied by studies as well as research taking place in the domain of non-linear phenomena (dynamic systems, synergy, self-organization, theory of deterministic chaos, fractal geometry).