More than 100 people each month serve in Brussels at a STC Focus Day – now in 5 neighbourhoods around the city.
We call it a Focus Day because we want to see more clearly the needs of people who are; homeless, asylum seekers, disabled, elderly, children in need, or victims of abuse. We partner with local social-profit associations serving people in need to create projects in which volunteers can get involved.
And, we also want to see our neighbourhoods more clearly. Where do we see beauty in our neighbourhoods? Where do we see brokenness? Attention allows action! Each project is a part of a neighbourhood group of projects. Currently we are active in the Marolles, Sainte-Catherine, Schaerbeek, Ixelles, and Etterbeek. More neighbourhoods to come! Choose a neighbourhood (where this is an option), then a project. The day will begin at our Registration location, and it will conclude with a debrief in your neighbourhood.
Please join us! Many people doing small things together can make a big difference!
Have questions? Please contact email@example.com
12h30 – Registration
12h50 – Welcome messages from the STC Team
13h15 – Head to projects
14h00 – Projects start
16h00 – Projects end
16h20 – Debrief in your neighbourhood
16h50 – End of focus day (head home, or join your team for a drink locally)
Note: We do our very best to keep friends together. It is not always possible, and we ask that you bear with us. Our aim is to serve the community of the needy, with little flexibility over what needs to be done, and the number of people required.
4041 event space
Rue Ravenstein 40
(Metro and Train stop Gare Central/Central Station)
What to bring:
Make sure you have lunch and a drink.
Do bring a transport pass (Mobib) or the means to buy a transport ticket.
Wear clothing that may get dirty and can be easily cleaned.
A smile, good sense of humor and an open mind.
Please be careful with anything of value. Never give your email or phone number to anyone that is not a Serve the City authorized individual.