Impress Daruvar, Association for promoting positive affirmation of youth in society "Impress" Daruvar was founded in 2010 and has been operating informally since 2008. The association was founded and initiated by young people and all projects are designed, implemented and organized by children and young people, as well as the establishment and implementation of each spheres and areas of the association. The Association aims at quality leisure activities, animation of children and young people, care for children and young people, and assistance in upbringing and growing up. In its work, the association engages a large number of experts and volunteers who unconditionally give their time to achieving the goals of the youth and increasing the quality of life. The association is led by its conceptual founder, President Tanja Herceg, and now brings together a large number of volunteer enthusiasts from all over Croatia, Europe and the world. The association is non-profit and apolitical, but its work and the enthusiasm of the volunteer leaders has never stood still, regardless of finances, and any help is welcome and necessary because if there was no help from people who recognized the importance of helping young people in their development or by supporting them, morally, financially or by giving their time everything the association does would be more difficult to achieve and that is why we are immensely grateful for any help, whether material or non material. A number of program and project activities are proof of the association's positive contribution to the community in which they operate. Over 150 projects have been implemented, with the largest highlighting being International Youth Week, Health Week, International High School Day, Opportunity Info Center, Opportunity House and Peer Support. The association is open to helping all young people and any young person who wants to help or volunteer in any way is welcome. Likewise, all members of the association are open to co-operation with all organizations with a focus on youth.