Vision 2050

The Order of Malta's global youth volunteering platform

Supporting the Priories, Associations and Relief Services of the Order of Malta, Vision 2050 invites young people to enter the world of volunteering and become part of the Order of Malta's extended family.


Vision 2050 provides unique opportunities for young people to volunteer together, sharing powerful experiences in service of others. These life-changing encounters build lasting friendships whilst experiencing their faith in action.


Vision 2050 is a platform for young volunteers and members of the Order to share best practices, to collaborate in their activities and discussions beyond national borders and to get in touch with each other. 


Join us, receive regular updates and discover the Order’s youth activities worldwide!

Global friendships

You are moving from one country to another for some time and would like to stay involved in the Order of Malta family? Then check here to find your contact person for youth in that country and get in touch with them.

Resources

Sharing is caring, so let’s not reinvent the wheel! If you want to learn more about how to set-up a soup kitchen, or you’re looking for entertainment ideas for your next summer camp or just some inspiration then…

New opportunities

Dec5
One-off · 5 Dec, 20:00 - 23:00
Paris
Monthly mass for volunteers
This month, the mass will be celebrated especially for the Order of Malta's first aiders.
The mass will be followed by a traditional aperitif.
Posted by Youth Group of Paris
Jul28
One-off · 28 Jul 2023, 17:00 – 30 Jun 2024, 17:00
Beirut
CARAVAN 2023/24
Order of Malta CARAVAN gives young adults the opportunity to do voluntary work in the spirit of the Order of Malta during a ten months stay in Lebanon.Posted by Gemeinschaft junger Malteser (GjM), German Association
Date-bound · 2–4 hrs
Paris
Breakfast for the homeless
Breakfast and food distribution for the homeless.Posted by Youth Group of Paris

Newsfeed

Marina Fairfax - Founder of the Computer Club and youngest member of the Order of Malta in Hong Kong

Introducing Marina Fairfax

Marina is 33 years old, grew up in the United Kingdom, spent many years in ...
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Edgard’s volunteering diary about his time in Ukraine and Hungary

08/11/22
Day 1 – Arrival day or what I thought to be arrival day
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About our holiday camp for disabled guests in Albania

“It’s wonderful – I wish I could spend a whole year at Malteser Albania summer camps!”
Serafina – guest ...
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No time for volunteering?

We know that not everyone has the time to volunteer. Many Order of Malta projects also need financial support. If you would like to contribute to these inspiring works in this way, please visit the Global Fund for Forgotten People.