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Belgique Belgique: CBB's Garden (CBB0624ESC)

Dates

02/07/2024   -   15/07/2024

Commentaires de 134 bénévoles

Sujets

Travail Manuel
Environnement
2
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no more teens

Volontaires déjà acceptés de

Espagne Thaïlande Ukraine Portugal Finlande Maroc Slovaquie

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0
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Âge
18 - 30
Nombre maximum de bénévoles
12
Encore de la place pour
2
Langues
Anglais
Aéroport le plus proche
 
Gare routière/ferroviaire la plus proche
 

Travail

With the help of a professional for the half of the time the volunteers will extend a dry stone wall built in the previous workcamp by international volunteers in order to separate the garden itself from the part of the field developed as relaxation area with tables and benches in wood.
The rest of the time is dedicated to gardening tasks (watering, clearing, planting, transplanting, cleaning, etc.) in the CBB gardens as well as in other gardens shared near other associations on Marche en Famenne (Jardin des Petits Pots, Maison de la Culture, etc.).
This project is another step forward in our idea to create a “green space” for young people for learning about gardening, permaculture, biodiversity, for meeting, for having outdoor activities, … but also to create more links with other local associations that develop environmental projects.
BEWARE: This workcamp is based on manual and outdoor tasks which might be sometimes hard.

Logement et nourriture

The accommodation is in a boarding school (Saint François complex): a corridor with double rooms; the toilets and showers are on the same floor with also a small kitchenette for enjoying a coffee or tea in peace. No smoking inside. A large common area is also available for indoor activities.
You will cook your own meals, so bring your recipes to enjoy the ‘kitchen life’!
PLEASE NOTE: you will share the kitchen and living spaces with the youth exchange group (26 young people) that will take place at the same time as this project. So expect a great experience of community life, sharing, intercultural encounters, etc.

Situation, loisirs

Marche-en-Famenne is a city in the countryside and it is also CBB’s town! You can find everything there: schools, supermarkets, industries… But still, it is surrounded by woods, fields and small villages where the life rhythm remains rural. Liège, Namur, Brussels and Luxembourg can be easily reached by train in about one hour.
For more information see: www.marche.be

Partenaire

At the end of 2020, CBB received the management of a plot of land of around 20 acres, near the center of Marche-en-Famenne, in order to work on the theme of ecological transition and responsible consumption while creating activities that encourage the meeting of small groups of young people.
We developed the plot into a garden, where we lead workshops (discovery of permaculture, construction of nest boxes, insect hotels, vegetable beds, etc.) and cultivate useful resources for young people who invest in our activities.
We want our garden to become a place of meeting and (bio)diversity. It will live and evolve thanks to the interaction of the young people involved. Above all, our garden must allow us to cultivate social ties, such as sustainable and inclusive practices between more or less vulnerable young people, with or without disabilities.
Your help will ensure the renovation and improvement of the rural landscape of Marche-en-Famenne (UN SDG 11 Sustainable cities and communities, UN SDG 15 Life on land).
Website : https://compagnonsbatisseurs.be/actualites/labcap48/

Itinéraire vers le point de rendez-vous

2nd July at Marche-en-Famenne train station at 3.00pm.

Remarques

This project is a volunteering team, supported by the European Solidarity Corps program of the European Union.
Compared to the usual workcamp participation scheme, some main financial and administrative
differences must be underlined:
 The participation to the ESC volunteering teams is subjects to several principles and conditions, presented on the ESC webpage: https://europa.eu/youth/solidarity/mission_en
 The volunteers do not have to pay any fee (not sending, nor participation fee) to attend the project
 The volunteers will receive pocket money, calculated on basis of 4€/day, once they arrive on the project in Belgium
 The volunteers will receive a financial support for their travel, according to a maximum amount established in accordance with their travel distance (up to 275€)
 The volunteers need to register on the European Solidarity Corps Portal; CBB will organize their matching, on the online system, with the volunteering project
 The volunteers will have to complete a participation report, submitted online by the ESC portal

Belgique Belgique: Fedasil Sugny (CBB0724ESC)

Dates

13/07/2024   -   27/07/2024

Commentaires de 134 bénévoles

Sujets

Travail Manuel
Social
2
Place(s) à
disponible
no more teens

Volontaires déjà acceptés de

Italie Arménie Ukraine Espagne Russie Danemark

Frais

0
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Détails sur le projet

Âge
18 - 30
Nombre maximum de bénévoles
12
Encore de la place pour
2
Langues
Anglais
Aéroport le plus proche
 
Gare routière/ferroviaire la plus proche
 
Carte

Travail

This project is based on a dynamic meeting between the volunteers and the residents of the centre.
With the help of technical leaders, the volunteers and the residents will work together to improve the quality of life and well-being in the center: painting some rooms and corridors, building benches and tables, creation of 2 games storage boxes and proposing leisure activities and workshops to the residents and specially youngsters and kids: sports, crafts, games, treasure hunt, film projection, debate…
Feel free to bring your fresh ideas.
Sugny’s center wants also to create more connections and share between the residents and the local community and so they would like to organize an event (to be confirmed) around the theme of the “Kitchen of the World” during the week-end of the festivities for the Belgian National Day (21th of July).
BEWARE : Probably volunteers will work during the week-end (20th – 21th of July) and they will have free time on Monday and Tuesday.

Logement et nourriture

Volunteers will be lodged in a common room (dormitory) in a building next to the central one. Showers are accessible in the central building. A washing machine is also available.
BEWARE : Volunteers will share the same living conditions of the residents that are really “basic”.
The food will be provided by the center and you will eat in the refectory with the residents. There is also a kitchen available if you want to propose to the others your favourite meal ;)

Situation, loisirs

Sugny is a small and isolated village in the south of Belgium nearby the French border. By choosing this workcamp, you decide to live in the nature. All around, there are fields, woods and small villages. But there are plenty of opportunities for entertainment: football fields, basketball playgrounds… During the weekend, and according to the group decisions, it will be possible to organise cultural visits and to travel to the biggest Belgian cities.
BEWARE: the place is really isolated.

Partenaire

The Sugny Asylum Seeker Centre hosts people who have asked for international protection in Belgium. These people fled situations of war, persecution, discriminations, environmental disasters…. But before to feel actually established in Belgium and allowed to build their future here, their refugee status has to be proven and accepted through a long administrative process. While waiting for the documents that will enable them to remain legally in our country, the asylum seekers are accommodated in this centre.
People living there await the solution concerning their administrative status. They never know what tomorrow may bring to them.
Therefore, residents often found themselves overwhelmed by feelings of relief and anguish, hope and disappointment. The life of Sugny Asylum Seeker Centre reflects these individual dramas and hopefulness of residents.
Website (available in English): https://www.fedasil.be/en
This project is organized in line with several other volunteering teams hosted in refugees center in Belgium. It aims to bring a small contribution to the welcoming of the residents as well as to permit the volunteers to learn about and be better aware of the realities of the migration policies.
By volunteering for this project, you are actively helping the centre welcome people coming from a wide variety of difficult situations and take care of them while they are waiting for a response to their asylum request (UN SDG 10 Reduced inequalities).

Itinéraire vers le point de rendez-vous

The 13th of July at Gedinne train station at 3.00pm.

Remarques

This project is a volunteering team, supported by the European Solidarity Corps program of the European Union.
Compared to the usual workcamp participation scheme, some main financial and administrative
differences must be underlined:
 The participation to the ESC volunteering teams is subjects to several principles and conditions, presented on the ESC webpage: https://europa.eu/youth/solidarity/mission_en
 The volunteers do not have to pay any fee (not sending, nor participation fee) to attend the project
 The volunteers will receive pocket money, calculated on basis of 4€/day, once they arrive on the project in Belgium
 The volunteers will receive a financial support for their travel, according to a maximum amount established in accordance with their travel distance
 The volunteers need to register on the European Solidarity Corps Portal; CBB will organize their matching, on the online system, with the volunteering project
 The volunteers will have to complete a participation report, submitted online by the ESC portal

We warn the volunteers that the consumption of alcohol is strictly forbidden inside the centre.

The volunteers are required to have basic knowledge of French.
Besides, it is necessary to have basic knowledge about group’s animation (songs, music, dance, plays…) and to be able to assume responsibility within a group. Be able to listen to others is very important there. This kind of workcamp is a very rich personal and human experience. It makes people aware of the complexity of certain social conditions related to the great inequalities on our planet.
In order to demonstrate this, we ask the candidate volunteers:
 to answer our specific questionnaire (if you do not have it yet, please ask it to your sending organization)
 to send us a criminal record

We will not confirm any placement request before the analysis of these documents.

Sustainable Development Goals

Reduced Inequalities
Belgique Belgique: Terrain d’aventure du Peri (CBB0224)

Dates

13/07/2024   -   27/07/2024

Commentaires de 134 bénévoles

Sujets

Travail Manuel
Enfants
3
Place(s) à
disponible
no more teens

Volontaires déjà acceptés de

Mexique Italie Kénya Espagne

Frais

EUR 150
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Détails sur le projet

Âge
18 - 99
Nombre maximum de bénévoles
8
Encore de la place pour
2 Male + 1 Female
Langues
Anglais
La nourriture végétarienne
Oui
Aéroport le plus proche
 
Gare routière/ferroviaire la plus proche
 
Carte

Travail

Le Terrain d’Aventure du Peri is calling on international volunteers to realize an eco-responsible construction project on the organization ground. Supervised by a technical leader specialized in this type of construction, the volunteers, helped by the children and the young people who frequent the association, will build a “kerterre”, an ecological construction-sculpture in lime-hemp in a round shape (to give you an idea, it resembles the hobbit houses from Lord of the Rings) which will be used by children during activities in the field.
For this construction Le Terrain d’Aventure has all the needed equipment to work safely :
• Thick, long rubber gloves for heavy work, which protect up to the elbow
• Anti-dust masks
• Protective glasses
• Protective suits

According to time other tasks can be renovate wood huts and build a dry toilet.
The team of Le Terrain d’Aventure thinks that international volunteers can help the young people of Le Terrain to open themselves thanks to the meeting of other cultures, mentalities and different beliefs.

Logement et nourriture

The volunteers will sleep in a separate building from the main one, called “le chalet”. A small wooden cabin with mattresses on the floor. The floor of the chalet is already well insulated from the ground by soft carpets. In addition, they will install additional mattresses for sleeping during the construction period. They will install curtains to respect the privacy of each volunteer. Space in the cabin is quite limited (there is only space for mattresses and luggage).
In the main building, volunteers will have access to a shared living room with kitchen (volunteers will cook their meals together) and to the toilet. For showers, volunteers will use outdoor camping-style showers.
BEWARE that the accommodation conditions are really basic and not too comfortable.

Situation, loisirs

Le Terrain d’Aventure du Peri is a green space of 8,000 square meters, located in the “Coteaux de la Citadelle”, a ten-minute walk from the city center of Liege.
Called “La Cité Ardente”, Liege is, by number of inhabitants, the first Walloon urban area and known for its cultural abundance, its warm and festive atmosphere (especially in summer).
Culture, nature and gastronomy mixt themselves in Liège.
Not to be missed are the Liege-style meatballs, the regional beers and the Authentic Liege Waffle and after a walk in the famous Coteaux de la Citadelle (where Le Terrain d’Aventure is located) that will offer you tranquility and breathtaking views of the valley.
During the weekend, it will be possible to organize cultural visits in Liege or to travel to the biggest Belgian cities. Brussels, the capital, is an 1h away by train.

Partenaire

Le Terrain d’Aventure du Peri (The Adventure Playground of Peri) is an organisation, created in 1977. Passionate people, parents and neighbors offered to children a new space of freedom as an alternative to the technical progress and modernity. It is a place dedicated to self-development and community life, a place where children can learn and experiment without pressure.
Every day, between 10 and 60 children gather there to share outdoor games, table games, sheds building, do-it-yourself workshops, cooking activities, artistic projects and gardening. All these activities must help them to develop their autonomy, responsibility, critical thinking and solidarity.
The playground is recognized as a youth center by the French community of Belgium. It follows a mission of education to an active and responsible citizenship.
The adventure playground is open to all young people, from 5 to 26 years old.
Your support will help the centre promote healthy behaviour and well-being among families and kids (UN SDG 3 Good health and well-being, UN SDG4 Quality education).
Website (in French) : www.taduperi.be/

Itinéraire vers le point de rendez-vous

The 13th of July at Liege Saint-Lambert train station at 3.00pm.

Remarques

It’s compulsory to take sleeping bag, working clothes and working boots with you.
Criminal record and tetanus vaccine are required.

Belgique Belgique: Domaine de Chevetogne (CBB0324)

Dates

15/07/2024   -   29/07/2024

Commentaires de 134 bénévoles

Sujets

Enfants
Travail Manuel
2
Place(s) à
disponible

Volontaires déjà acceptés de

Turquie France Espagne Italie Viêtnam

Frais

EUR 330 i Les frais sont à régler en deux fois:

EUR 150 à payer maintenant.
EUR 180 à payer après confirmation.

Remarque : les frais totaux peuvent varier en fonction des taux bancaires.
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Détails sur le projet

Âge
15 - 17
Nombre maximum de bénévoles
15
Encore de la place pour
2
Langues
Anglais
Aéroport le plus proche
 
Gare routière/ferroviaire la plus proche
 
Carte

Travail

Le Domaine de Chevetogne organise international workcamp for teenagers since more or less 15 years. Throughout the years the volunteers built sheds, huts, bridges, fences, benches, trails and paths for walking.
This time they ask for the help of volunteers to build different compost bins in order to strengthen the Domaine’s eco-sustainability approach and to create a new family activity in the park. They wish to create an escape game about the “Legends of the forest” (that you will try at the end of the camp) by renovating a wood viewpoint cabin, building letter boxes to hide the clues, decorating the forest with “magic” elements, …
If you like nature and working with wood, screws and tools this is your workcamp!

Logement et nourriture

In a cottage in the woods of the domain with beds, a kitchen and a bathroom with hot shower. Bring with you your sleeping bag and your pillow.
The meals will be on a self-catering basis, so be ready to cook all together. Bring your favorite recipes. Volunteers must notify beforehand about specific diet.
BEWARE that the cottage and the place where you will work is about 15-20 minutes by bike and you will ride in the woods for a part.

Situation, loisirs

Le Domaine de Chevetogne is located in the countryside. By choosing this workcamp, the volunteer decides to live in the nature. All around, there are fields and woods. As the domain is also a tourist centre, there are plenty of opportunities for entertainment: outdoor swimming pool (bring your swimsuit and swimming cap), football fields, minigolf, tennis or basketball playgrounds, kayak…
During the weekend, it will be possible to organize cultural visits and to travel to the biggest Belgian cities. The town of Ciney is 10 kilometres away from the Domain of Chevetogne.

Partenaire

Le Domaine provincial de Chevetogne is a big centre for environmental education and social tourism. There is a huge park situated on 550 acres and a modest castle.
Pupils from primary and secondary schools come there to participate in activities focusing on discovering the nature and rural way of life. During the summer, many kids and families make a one-day excursion to the Domaine or stay there for holidays to do sports, picnics, observe nature.
Motivated and professional staff from Le Domaine de Chevetogne hopes to share their passion for the environment with international volunteers.
Your support will help the centre promote healthy behaviour and well-being among families and kids (UN SDG 3 Good health and well-being, UN SDG4 Quality education).
Website (in French) : www.domainedechevetogne.be

Itinéraire vers le point de rendez-vous

The 15th of July at Ciney train station at 1.00pm.

Remarques

You need to be able to ride a bike
There will be limited Internet access during the camp available just from time to time.
It’s compulsory to take working clothes, raincoat and working boots with you.

Sustainable Development Goals

Good Health and Well-being Quality Education
Belgique Belgique: Fedasil Rixensart (CBB0824ESC)

Dates

04/08/2024   -   17/08/2024

Commentaires de 134 bénévoles

Sujets

Enfants
Social
Environnement

Volontaires déjà acceptés de

France Ukraine Espagne Azerbaïdjan Turquie Italie Russie

Frais

0
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Détails sur le projet

Âge
18 - 30
Nombre maximum de bénévoles
12
Encore de la place pour
(Complet)
Langues
Anglais
Aéroport le plus proche
 
Gare routière/ferroviaire la plus proche
 
Carte

Travail

The volunteers will give a hand, new inspiration and ideas to the centre’s animation team.
They will be required to get actively involved in the daily life of the centre.
For most of their time, volunteers will propose and plan activities for children between 3 and 6 years old. According to the population currently present in the centre, activities can be proposed also to teenagers, isolated women... Some example could be: creative and artistic workshops, board games, walking excursions, going to swimming pool, sports and games, movies, cultural visits, …
To a lesser extent and depending on the weather forecast (2 afternoons/week in small group), volunteers will take part in gardening tasks. For example: pickings, planting of seasonal vegetables, storage and cleaning of the site. Recently the centre starts a vegetable garden project with and for the residents.
The management team of the centre is very well used to work with volunteers as they have been hosting this workcamp for many years.

Logement et nourriture

Volunteers will be lodged in a common room (dormitory) in a building next to the central one. Showers are accessible in the central building. A washing machine is also available.
BEWARE : Volunteers will share the same living conditions of the residents that are really “basic”.
Self-catering. Take your own recipes and ideas. Please, be aware that meals have to be simple. You will have access to a small kitchen to cook your meals. Vegetarian or any other diet should be announced in advance in order to organise shopping.

Situation, loisirs

Rixensart is located in the Brabant Walloon province, 25 km from Brussels and 7 km from Waver. The zone is highly urbanised and has all the usual conveniences, Rixensart still keeps its countryside charm but one can feel the proximity of Brussels (40 minutes by train, 20 by car). Asylum seekers Centre is located outside the town centre, but at a walking distance from the famous local lake Genval, cinema, shops, supermarkets, train station…

Partenaire

The Rixensart Asylum Seekers Centre accommodates people or families who have asked for asylum in Belgium. Refugees come from Syria, Irak, Iran, Congo etc. Many of them fled from war or from countries that were under a dictatorship or devastated by an ecological disaster. Thus they came to Belgium with dreams of stability, richness and comfort life. It is not, however, that easy to be allowed to settle in Europe, especially for somebody from the South or the East. Before these people may start their new live, their refugee status has to be proven and accepted. While waiting for the document that will enable them to remain legally in our country, the immigrants are accommodated in this centre in the Brussels vicinity.
People living there await the solution concerning their administrative status. They never know what tomorrow may bring to them.
Therefore, residents often found themselves overwhelmed by feelings of relief and anguish, hope and disappointment. The life of Rixensart Asylum Seeker Centre reflects these individual dramas and hopefulness of residents.
Website (available in English): https://www.fedasil.be/en
This project is organized in line with several other volunteering teams hosted in refugees centre in Belgium. It aims to bring a small contribution to the welcoming of the residents as well as to permit the volunteers to learn about and be better aware of the realities of the migration policies.
By volunteering for this project, you are actively helping the centre welcome people coming from a wide variety of difficult situations and take care of them while they are waiting for a response to their asylum request (UN SDG 10 Reduced inequalities).

Itinéraire vers le point de rendez-vous

The 04th August of at the Rixensart train station at 3.00pm

Remarques

This project is a volunteering team, supported by the European Solidarity Corps program of the European Union.
Compared to the usual workcamp participation scheme, some main financial and administrative
differences must be underlined:
 The participation to the ESC volunteering teams is subjects to several principles and conditions, presented on the ESC webpage: https://europa.eu/youth/solidarity/mission_en
 The volunteers do not have to pay any fee (not sending, nor participation fee) to attend the project
 The volunteers will receive pocket money, calculated on basis of 4€/day, once they arrive on the project in Belgium
 The volunteers will receive a financial support for their travel, according to a maximum amount established in accordance with their travel distance (up to 275€)
 The volunteers need to register on the European Solidarity Corps Portal; CBB will organize their matching, on the online system, with the volunteering project
 The volunteers will have to complete a participation report, submitted online by the ESC portal

We warn the volunteers that the consumption of alcohol is strictly forbidden inside the centre.

The volunteers are required to have basic knowledge of French.
Besides, it is necessary to have basic knowledge about group’s animation (songs, music, dance, plays…) and to be able to assume responsibility within a group. Be able to listen to others is very important there. This kind of workcamp is a very rich personal and human experience. It makes people aware of the complexity of certain social conditions related to the great inequalities on our planet.
In order to demonstrate this, we ask the candidate volunteers:
 to send a short motivation letter
 to answer our specific questionnaire (if you do not have it yet, please ask it to your sending organization)
 to send us a CGC (Certificate of good conduct)

We will not confirm any placement request before the analysis of these documents.

Sustainable Development Goals

Reduced Inequalities
Belgique Belgique: GRIMM (CBB0424)

Dates

10/08/2024   -   24/08/2024

Commentaires de 134 bénévoles

Sujets

Travail Manuel

Volontaires déjà acceptés de

Turquie Mexique Kénya Chine Colombie

Frais

EUR 150
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Détails sur le projet

Âge
18 - 99
Nombre maximum de bénévoles
12
Encore de la place pour
4 Male + 1 Female
Langues
Anglais
La nourriture végétarienne
Oui
Accès avec handicap
Oui
Aéroport le plus proche
Brussels (Bruxelles) (BRU)
Gare routière/ferroviaire la plus proche
Marche en Famenne train station
Carte

Travail

Assisted by local technical leaders, the volunteer group will restore an old walking path in the forest by cleaning, building footbridges to step over streams of water and building benches and a covered rest area. This camp is the continuation of the project of the last summer where volunteers restore another path in the same area. This path is promoted by the tourism office and used by hundreds of walkers every year. In summer you will not see but in the autumn and winter this area is full of water cumulated with the rains and the footbridges you will build are really useful.
If you work fast, several other manual tasks are foreseen: repairing fences, repairing some shed for walkers, repairing stone walls and taking care of construction realized during previous workcamps.
If you like working with wood, screws and tools this is your workcamp!

BEWARE: This workcamp is based on manual and outdoor tasks which might be hard.

Logement et nourriture

Accommodation can be compared to a boarding school (Saint François complex): a corridor with double bedrooms; toilets and showers are at the same floor. No smoking inside. A big common space is also available for indoor activities.
Self-catering. Bring your recipes to enjoy ‘kitchen life’!
The working place is not the same as the accommodation place so volunteers will leave the town every day.
Sleeping in town, working in the countryside.

Situation, loisirs

Marche-en-Famenne is a city in the countryside and it is also CBB town! You can find everything there: schools, supermarkets, industries… But still, it is surrounded by woods, fields and small villages where the life rhythm remains rural. Liège, Namur, Brussels and Luxembourg can be easily reached by train in about one hour.
For more information see: www.marche.be

Partenaire

The Marche-en-Famenne workcamp is the outcome of the collaboration between municipal authorities and a local non-profit organization. More than twenty years ago, the mayor and deputies wanted to develop international contacts for the local youth. GRIMM association was just beginning to work on the protection of the local life framework and promoting models of sustainable development. Their members had a full load of ideas but were short of hands to realize them. Thus, they came to the idea of involving volunteers from all over the world. Since then, the municipality makes its buildings available every summer and welcomes foreign youngsters. GRIMM members organize the work. With the help from the volunteers, they are eventually able to realize the projects they dreamt about. Their actions are based on the following philosophy: Nature belongs to everyone. And if each of us may enjoy it, it has to be protected.
They organize workcamps for more than 20 years!!!
Your help will ensure the renovation and improvement of the rural landscape of Marche-en-Famenne (UN SDG 11 Sustainable cities and communities, UN SDG 15 Life on land).

Itinéraire vers le point de rendez-vous

The 10th of August at Marche-en-Famenne train station at 3.00pm.

Belgique Belgique: Parc Parmentier (CBB0524)

Dates

10/08/2024   -   24/08/2024

Commentaires de 134 bénévoles

Sujets

Travail Manuel

Volontaires déjà acceptés de

Mexique Italie Espagne Arménie France Chine

Frais

EUR 150
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Détails sur le projet

Âge
18 - 99
Nombre maximum de bénévoles
15
Encore de la place pour
4 Male + 0 Female
Langues
Anglais
Aéroport le plus proche
 
Gare routière/ferroviaire la plus proche
 
Carte

Travail

By hosting volunteers, the organisation hopes to improve the rooms and the outdoor area used to
welcome the kids and organise the activities. The aim is to have safe and comfortable areas where to have fun and develop activities.

The volunteers crew will help with light renovation works such as painting the walls, sanding and
painting the beds and the doors, putting skirting boards, implement small improvement work.

There will be also outside work in order to maintain the nine-hectare area such as mowing, cutting the vegetation back or clearing the wood, retrace the trails and arrange an outdoor area with pallet furniture for the kids.

Logement et nourriture

Your team will be accommodated in the “pavilion Albert”, recently renovated in a past workcamp
by former international volunteers, where groups are hosted throughout the year. Additionally, to a kitchen and rooms for 50 people, you will also have a large room for any indoor activity you might think of, not to mention the access to the park area.
The food will be provided by the park’s kitchen. Breakfast and dinner will be on a self-catering basis, lunch is shared with camp leaders and kids in the Park.

Volunteers must notify beforehand about specific diet.

Situation, loisirs

Brussels is the capital of Belgium and Europe.

The Parmentier park was commissioned by king Leopold II to embellish the Woluwe-Saint-Pierre district that became the most elegant and the greenest of Brussels. Les Station de Plein Air, created in 1933, is one of the first playgrounds in Brussels. 

Upon request, the park can provide you with board games, books and comics.

Different city trips to discover Brussels, his culture, art and history will be organized!

Partenaire

Since 1933 Les Stations de Plein Air manages and organizes activities for children living in and around Brussels and also coming from less advantaged backgrounds. The organization is located in a nine-hectare park, classified as a special part of Monuments and Sites of Belgium, only a few kilometers from the capital.

Les Stations de Plein Air wishes to promote an active and healthy occupation of leisure time among children and youth.
It aims to develop their sense of creativity, their ability to live together and their sense of citizenship. As such, they are also very happy to be able to welcome your group of international volunteers.

Your support will help the organization promote healthy activities and well-being among kids.
(UN SDG 3 Good health and well-being, UN SDG4 Quality education).

Website: www.parcparmentier.be

Itinéraire vers le point de rendez-vous

The 10th of August at Brussels Schuman train station at 3.00pm.

Remarques

Alcohol and smoking is trictly forbidden in the presence of children. Smoking is forbidden inside the buildings as well.