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Holiday Camp in Romania, GjM

Event · 4 Aug, 14:00 – 4 Sept, 15:00
Alba Iulia, Alba, Romania
English
People with disabilitiesChildren & youthOlder people
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Join the Order volunteers from the German Association who run every year 2-3 weeks summer holiday camps for mentally and physically disabled guests in Romania.

Detailed description

For many years, Order volunteers from the German Association, have been going to Alba Iulia in Transylvania, Romania, for 2-3 weeks each summer to run holiday camps for mentally and physically disabled guests. Many international volunteers have joined them, and they are looking for recruits for summer 2022.  


The camp has all the strengths of an Order holiday camp. Two groups of disabled Romanians are able to spend a week each of carefree holidays. The focus is on the wellbeing of the guests, who are cared for by the volunteers with an incredible amount of love, fun and joy, as well as in joint prayers and daily Holy Mass. All in the beautiful surroundings of Transylvania!


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  • Duration: Team I: 04/08 - 20/08/2022 Team II: 17/08 - 04/09/2022
  • Camp language: English
  • Costs: €450 (includes accommodation and travel originating from Munich) or ca. € 90 per week (includes accommodation only, travel at your own cost)

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About Gemeinschaft junger Malteser (GjM), German Association

The Gemeinschaft junger Malteser is the designated youth group of the German Association and a community of young, faithful Catholics who place themselves in the mission and charism of the Order of Malta, i.e. commit themselves to the service of the poor and sick, as well as to the witnessing of the faith in a special way.

Besides education and profession, we learn through donated time and love for a person in need what it means to be a loving and beloved child of God. From this experience and in common prayer, our community grows in the spirit of the Order of Malta. It is clear that we fail again and again in our striving to live a Christian life. But it is precisely in failure, in excessive demands and doubt, that we help each other up.