To celebrate the upcoming international day of volunteers, Young European Ambassadors from Armenia, in cooperation with “Uniting Bridge” SNGO, organised an event in Oshakan. Participants learnt more about the benefits of volunteering and were informed about available EU-funded volunteering opportunities. Young European Ambassadors presented them the European Solidarity Corps and how one can find and apply to volunteering opportunities in its frames.
The event aimed at promoting volunteering and active participation locally and raising awareness about the EU-funded volunteering opportunities. At the end of the event the volunteers of “Uniting Bridge” SNGO received certificates of appreciation and nice presents from the Young European Ambassadors’ network.
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