Projets enregistrés

Pas encore de chantier choisi
A propos du volontariat
All countries
Quel type de travail souhaiteriez-vous effectuer?

Langue parlées

Durée du séjour

Groenland Groenland: Camp K (MS02)


19/06/2023   -   13/07/2023

Commentaires de 116 bénévoles


Place(s) à

Volontaires déjà acceptés de

Estonie Danemark


EUR 150

Détails sur le projet

20 - 60
Nombre maximum de bénévoles
Encore de la place pour
Aéroport le plus proche
Copenhagen (CPH)
Gare routière/ferroviaire la plus proche
Copenhagen Airport


Greenlandic Children wants Camp K to give the inhabitants a fantastic, creative, active, and interesting summer. The activities will take place Monday through Friday 12.00-18.00, and will fall into these categories: Music, Dance, Singing, Games, Sports, and Excursions. The volunteers will decide which activities to offer during the camp. You should expect long days, and it is expected that you will participate in all activities. On Saturdays, we will invite the entire population to a social event from 18.00-21.00. This could be a night of music and dancing, teaching each other to play an instrument, cooking food from your home country, movie night, etc.

Logement et nourriture

We expect you to stay in a shared bedroom with other volunteers of the same sex. You will stay at the local school where kitchen and bathroom facilities will also be available.

All food will have to be transported by ship. Therefore, you should be able to adapt to these local conditions or bring a small stock of goods yourself. It can be difficult to be vegetarian or vegan since many meals in Greenland are based on meat and fish. We will make cooking and cleaning teams. The group is responsible for shopping, cooking, cleaning, etc. which is also going to take up some of your time every day.

Telephone coverage might be scarce, and the internet connection might be bad.

Situation, loisirs

We will fly directly from Copenhagen to Kangerlussuaq in Greenland and continue to Ilulissat and Upernavik. After a night’s sleep in Upernavik you will travel by helicopter to Kullorsuaq. It is a long journey but with beautiful views.

We have been doing work camps every summer since 2014. Greenlandic Children is cooperating with the local community in the settlement of Kullorsuaq, situated on the coast of West Greenland. Kullorsuaq is the largest settlement in Greenland and has its name from the nearby mountain that looks like a thumb.

Kullorsuaq is the biggest settlement in Greenland and was established in 1928. Its located 300 km north from Upernavik. The most important livelihoods in the settlement are trapping and fishing. The town has its own fish factory.
There are 456 inhabitants in Kullorsuaq and of these, 153 of them are 18 years of age or younger. This corresponds to 33.5% of the population being under 18 years old.

Arrangements will be made so that you will be able to experience the nature surrounding Kullorsuaq.


Greenlandic Children carries out social activities in Greenland and Denmark for Greenlandic children and young people in vulnerable life situations. We work to ensure that no Greenlandic child grows up in poverty, abuse, or neglect. Children must be heard and involved, and many more Greenlandic children and young people must have an education. We emphasize that our efforts are established in close cooperation with local authorities, organizations, professionals, children, and young people and with respect for local culture and language.

Greenlandic Children currently has 10 ongoing projects in Greenland and Denmark and is present in all Greenlandic municipalities, as well as in Copenhagen, Aarhus, Aalborg, Esbjerg, Randers, and Vejle. The organization has 30 employees and more than 100 volunteers. The projects are financed by public funds, foundations, support, and sponsorship from companies as well as private members and contributors.

HM Queen Margrethe II is our protector, and in 2018 we received the Crown Prince Couple's Social Prize.

Itinéraire vers le point de rendez-vous

Nearest airport: Copenhagen Airport
Nearest bus/train station: Copenhagen Airport

!! Please do not buy your plane ticket to Copenhagen, Denmark, before MS Denmark allows it !!
We will all meet at Copenhagen Airport and travel to Greenland together. There are very few departure dates, and it is important that the group travels together. Your plane tickets will therefore be organized and bought by MS Denmark, whereafter you will transfer the money back. We will provide you with banking details, and you are required to pay for the tickets before May 15th, 2023.

Since the price of tickets is very high, and some volunteers already have an added travels expense for flying to Copenhagen, it has been decided to base the price of tickets on your departure country:
4000 DKK (approx. 540€) if you come from outside of Europe.
6000 DKK (approx. 800€): if you come from Europe (Russia incl.).
8000 DKK (approx. 1075€): if you come from the Nordic Countries: (Denmark, Sweden, Norway)

For example:
If you travel from Italy to Denmark, you are going to receive a discount on your ticket from Denmark to Greenland, as you are already paying for a ticket from Italy to Denmark.

Meeting point and Time:
Greenlandic Children will pay for the first night in Copenhagen, for the people travelling from abroad. We have booked beds in dorm rooms from the 18th to the 19th of June at Steel House Copenhagen, a central hostel close to the train station and metro.

The meeting point is Copenhagen Airport on the 19th of June around 06.00 in the morning. It is very important that you are at the airport on time.

Travelling in Greenland is often made difficult due to weather, and it is quite possible to get delayed. We recommend you take this into consideration when booking your return flights from Copenhagen. Greenlandic Children will arrange a stay when returning from Greenland.

More detailed information about transportation will be sent to you personally and given in your info sheet after acceptance.

Commentaires additionnels

Clothing: The average temperatures in Kullorsuaq in June/July are between 0 and 5 degrees Celsius. Therefore it is good to have many layers of clothing (inner layers preferably of wool), gloves, and headbands.

Language: It is required that you speak English. The main languages in Kullorsuaq are Greenlandic and Danish, but the Danish volunteers will translate to the international volunteers.


To participate in this Work Camp, we require you to provide:

  1. Documentation of 3 covid-19 vaccinations.

  2. A clean criminal record in English – for Danish volunteers a børneattest is also required
    Travel Insurance in English

  3. A motivational letter. This letter will be received by our Work Camp host who will determine whether you will be accepted to the camp. Please be aware that there is a response time on your application of 4 working days. In the application, you must answer the following questions:

How can you contribute to the Camp?
What creative-, sporting- and outdoor activities will you be able to lead and initiate, and which will you be able to participate in?
How will you be able to contribute to our cultural evening for the whole city?
What experience do you have with volunteering?
What experiences do you have with working with children and young people?

Sustainable Development Goals

Good Health and Well-being Partnerships to achieve the Goal