Rovaniemi City Youth Services in Finland is looking for two volunteers from Ukraine who will work at its Cultural house Monde.
Volunteering will include work at the café of the Monde (attending clients, baking and cleaning) and organisation of small-scale activities, such as handicrafts and other workshops, that can be attended by clients of the Monde.
The project aims at offering the youngsters equal and high quality possibilities of participation and sense of belonging to the community, as well as raising awareness about the European Solidarity Corps among local youth.
The European Solidarity Corps is a European Union initiative which creates opportunities for young people (aged 18-30) to volunteer or work in projects that benefit communities and people around Europe.
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