Today, food distribution constitutes half of our weekly projects, as food is a basic need for the people we serve. To further support our food distribution projects, we have decided to go a step further and build a semi-professional kitchen in our new office. But we needed your help and you supported us! Thank you!
Our Urgent Volunteering Needs
Want to get involved and make a difference? Check out our projects with our most urgent needs of volunteers!
Never volunteered with us before? Register for an info-session to get more info about who we are, what we do and how you can help!
Our weekly projects allow volunteers to explore different parts of Brussels through engaging and serving the people of the city. Each day offers a new opportunity!
Once every month, we turn our focus on one day, where we gather our forces and provide you with the opportunity to serve alongside more than 100 other volunteers in a dozen of different projects! Experience the team spirit and the joy of giving on Big Volunteer Day!
Join our biggest event of the year, and gather with hundreds of volunteers from all around the world. We offer you a chance to connect beyond borders and to experience how we can make a big difference when we come together to help our neighbours in the streets of Brussels.
We build relationships with local associations that are caring for people in need and create opportunities for volunteers to serve.
Sign up to a project and discover that the things you love to do can make a difference in someone’s life.
Serve the City started in Brussels in 2005 with a week of volunteering and is now active or starting in 65 cities around the world!
We want to strengthen relationships between neighbours and respond to the needs that only locals really understand, so now look out for us in various points throughout the city!
Serving Stories is a podcast from Serve the City International, presenting stories of volunteering from the Serve the City movement from all over the world. Below are three episodes about Brussels, a COVID Kindness, one at Breakfast4Refugees, and one at La Porte d’Ulysse.