December 2005:

Northern Ireland YouthBank board members support the foundation of YouthBank in the city Jenin, West Bank region of Palestine;

October 2006:

The first YouthBank in Cluj-Napoca, Romania supported by Ireland YouthBank;

July and October 2007:

Establishment of the YouthBank in Armenia and Georgia by Eurasia Partnership Foundation;

April 2008:

Establishemnt of the YouthBank network in Bosnia and Herzegovina by Mozaik Community Development Foundation;

June 2008:

Seminar for the development of YouthBank network in Romania together with the Association for Community Relations (ACR);

July 2009:

YouthBank establishment in Kyrgyzstan and Kazakhstan through Eurasia Foundation Central Asia;

April 2010

Establishment of the first 3 funds for youth in the Republic of Moldova

November 2010:

The YouthBank initiative bordering Tajikistan / Kyrgyzstan developed by Eurasia Foundation Central Asia;

February 2011:

Extension of the YouthBank network in 25 Georgian cities;

March 2011:

YouthBank program development in Turkey supported by the Eurasia Partnership Foundation (Armenia) and the NGO Toplum Gunulluleri (Turkey);

October 2011:

New YouthBank programs developed in Azerbaijan;

March 2012:

The first YouthBank webinar as part of the initiative of the Global Fund for Community Foundations on practices of the motivation and involvement of young people;

April 2012:

Development of the YouthBank program in Abkhazia by Eurasia Partnership Foundation and ALERT;

May 2012:

Extension of the Bosnia and Herzegovina YouthBank program in 32 cities through Mozaik Foundation;

Establishment of the YouthBank France Confederation in Paris;

January 2013:

YouthBank international conference in Berlin which brought together YouthBank members from nine countries, after which May 25 was established as the International YouthBank Day;

April 2013:

The official launch of the YouthBank International network, having Vernon Ringland from the Community Foundation for Northern Ireland as the coordinator;

July 2013:

Youth Bank Moldova expands into 4 new localities: Soroca, Balti, Varnita and Comrat;

June 2014:

YouthBank International delegation consisting of 14 members (including two representatives of Romania YouthBank) participated in the Youth Community Philanthropy Summit in Chicago and presented the YouthBank model in Minneapolis, in collaboration with the University of Minnesota and Youthprise having the idea to implement it in Minnesota;

September 2014:

The Moldova YouthBank is active in Ialoveni, Soroca, Balti, Cahul, Stefan Voda, Floresti, Orhei and Varnita