Helping children and parents, organizing events, sorting clothes, supporting colleagues in their daily, regular tasks. Teresa Konecka, a volunteer from Poland, works in the Temporary Shelter for Families at Szatmár utca, Zugló. Natalia Puchajda, Polish EVS volunteer is reporting.
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When the Polish volunteer, Krystian started to work at the Temporary Shelter for Families in Békásmegyer, he didn’t know what tasks he will have. He was scared, but also excited. Now, after two months he knows much more. Our EVS volunteer, Natalia Puchajda is reporting.
Volunteer psychologists are holding individual sessions, group sessions, movie clubs and team-building trainings at the facilities of the Hungarian Charity Service of the Order of Malta. Their presence may not only result in positive changes in the lives of clients, but may also strengthen these young people in their role as psychologists.
Face painting, group shouting, collecting feathers for good energy, Native American Indian jumping, archery, and last but not least: inaugurate children to our tribe. The volunteers of the Malteser Youth of Budapest held a summer camp between 24 and 28 July for the children with difficult backgrounds, coming from Ócsa and the Temporary Shelter of Families in Budapest.