COVID-19 updated activities

The world we live in is quite different to what it was just a few months ago. The situation we are facing with COVID-19 is unprecedented, but we cannot let this uncertainty stop us from spreading kindness, showing solidarity and working together to help each other through this difficult time.

How can I help people in need?

As Serve the City volunteers, it is our responsibility to continue to serve those that need our help. So, we must be creative, and provide practical kindness through creative volunteering. While most of our projects are temporarily on break, our humanitarian projects Le Phare and Breakfast4Refugees are still running, with increased frequency! And the migrant center La Porte d’Ulysse is in need of volunteers

  • Updated on 9/04: Médecins du Monde and partners are opening a temporary day centre for precarious people and are looking for volunteers (ticket distribution, orientation to services, queue management, distribution of meals and sheets). They have received enough requests for the moment. Thank you!
  • Added on 6/04: To support our humanitarian projects during this difficult time, we have started a fundraiser on Facebook. Any small amount helps as our motto says: “Many people doing small things together can make a big difference!” Or you can become a monthly donor on this page.
  • Updated on 2/04: Our humaniatarian projects Le Phare and Breakfast4Refugees are still going on, with extra safety measures. The migrant center La Porte d’Ulysse is still running, now 24/7 and have also a need for volunteers to help. Contact us if you wish to help: hello@servethecity.be. Note that it is allowed to move to go help someone in need however, we advise to limit the use of public transportation to the strict minimum and stress again the importance of keeping your distances).
  • Added on 2/04: Send a message to healthcare workers through the StayHome website (in French or Dutch).
  • Added on 24/03: You are a mobile app developper? Check our new vacancy!
  • Updated on 23/03: Join the #CoronaSolidarité or Brussels Helps platforms. It allows you to find specific projects
  • Updated on 22/03: If you have a computer that you don’t currently use, you can download Folding@home and join the Serve the City team, to use your computer power to help find a vaccine for COVID-19.
  • Added on 20/03: Send postcards to elderly homes and hospital staff without leaving your home by using the bpost app on your smartphone!
  • Updated on 20/03: You have a sewing machine?
  • Added on 19/03: Help your neighbour by getting their groceries, delivering their medicine, or by dropping books and games to entertain them. There is an example of a local movement called #HelpYourNeighbour that provides grocery shopping to people who aren’t able leave their homes. More information about the initiative can be found here: facebook.com/groups/covidsolidarity/
  • Added on 19/03: Make phone or video calls to friends and family, or check on your neighbours through letterboxes, doors or windows.
  • Added on 19/03: Why not organise an activity with your kids to make drawings and cards and send them to elderly homes and hospitals, to cheer the people who are isolated and those who are working relentlessly to save lives.

Now more than ever, we need to serve. Through serving to those in need we send a message to the world that, especially now, many people doing small things together can make a big difference. Kindness starts with me.

Serving Stories

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.

Projets hebdomadaires

Nos projets hebdomadaires vous permettent de redécouvrir les différents quartiers de Bruxelles en collaborant avec nous et en servant les habitants de la ville. Chaque jour offre de nouvelles opportunités.

Focus Day mensuel

Une fois par mois, durant une journée, nous rassemblons tous nos bénévoles et vous offrons ainsi la possibilité de servir aux côtés de plus de 100 autres volontaires dans le cadre d’une douzaine de projets différents. Venez découvrir l’esprit d’équipe et la joie de donner.

Big Volunteer Week

Participez à notre plus grand événement de l’année et rencontrez des centaines de volontaires. Nous vous offrons la chance d’aller au-delà des frontières et de découvrir qu’il est possible de changer certaines choses lorsqu’on se met ensemble pour aider notre prochain dans les rues de Bruxelles.

Nous connectons les bénévoles

Nous entrons en contact avec les associations locales qui s’occupent des personnes dans le besoin et qui offrent des opportunités de servir pour les bénévoles.

Fais la différence

Inscris toi à un projet et découvre les choses que tu aimes faire qui peuvent faire la différence dans la vie de quelqu'un.

Nous sommes partout !

Serve the City a commencé ses activités à Bruxelles en 2005 dans le cadre d’une semaine de volontariat, et est actuellement active ou en passe de démarrer des projets dans plus de 65 villes à travers le monde.

Et plus encore…

Après dix ans d’activités mensuelles, d’opportunités de bénévolat hebdomadaires, de team buildings, et d’une Big Volunteer Week annuelle, Serve the City Brussels est devenu une partie intégrante de la ville.

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