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Compare activities organized by voluntary organizations in the UK and China By Fanglijie. Outline. An introduction to the CSV in Britain and the CYVA in China. Similarities of the activities organized by both organizations

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Outline
Outline the UK and China

  • An introduction to the CSV in Britain and the CYVA in China.

  • Similarities of the activities organized by both organizations

  • Differences of the activities organized by both organizations


Community service volunteers
Community Service Volunteers the UK and China

  • everyone should be able to take part in the life of their community


  • Founded in 1962 the UK and China

  • the UK’s largest volunteering and training organization.

  • 100,000 people get involved in 5,000 volunteering activities by the end of 2005.


Chinese young volunteers association
Chinese Young Volunteers Association the UK and China

热心献社会

真情暖人心


  • founded on December 5, 1994. the UK and China

  • The biggest voluntary organization in China

  • The CYVA counts over eight million

    registered volunteers through out China


Similarities
Similarities the UK and China

  • Purpose: help others, tackle society needs

  • Features: voluntary, rewardless, organized,

    commonweal

    Trainings: provide opportunities for volunteers to learn basic skills and work-based skills.


Ranges of activities
Ranges of activities the UK and China

  • Aiding the poor


providing emergency relief the UK and China

Environment protecting


community service the UK and China


Differences
differences the UK and China

  • Activities of eliminating the illiterate in china

  • Activities of joad regulation in China

  • Activities for How-to kits in the UK (e.g)


An individual could involve their children, friends or family in helping them bake Ainsley Harriott’s Buttery Iced Orange Cake, and then donate it to a local CSV


Reference
Reference family in helping them bake

  • http://www.roveclub.com/article/bbs/printpage.asp?BoardID=4&ID=754

  • http://www.csv.org.uk/


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