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noua acropola -16.07.2011
Timisoara

http://www.noua-acropola.ro/info/toplinks/voluntariat

Promovăm voluntariatul ca expresie a altruismului şi a solidarităţii, ca mijloc de consolidare a legăturilor de convieţuire, de respect şi de ajutor reciproc.

În diversele sale domenii de activitate, voluntariatul nostru reprezintă o dovadă concretă a coerenţei cu principiile umaniste care ne animă.

Facem parte din acel nucleu al societăţii care nu se mulţumeşte să vorbească despre solidaritate, toleranţă, dăruire, generozitate, acţiune dezinteresată, ci practică aceste valori.

"Noua Acropolă, prin definiţie, este voluntariat, este exprimarea voinţei noastre în acele opere pe care le considerăm juste şi necesare. Voluntariatul înseamnă să oferim cu voinţă, cu generozitate şi cu dragoste acele lucruri care lipsesc."

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