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Serviciul de Ajutor Maltez în România (SAMR) is a non-profit association headquartered in Cluj-Napoca. For 30 years, through 17 branches and branches in the country, we have been running programs for ...

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Summer camp to spruce up residential care home | Romania

Event · 8 Aug, 14:00 – 14 Aug, 15:00
Dorobanți, Arad, Romania
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Summary

Join a team of young volunteers for one week camping in Romania while sprucing up the centre for elderly people in Dorobanti.

Detailed description

The Order’s residential care home in Dorobanți, Arad county, provides a safe and loving home for 40 vulnerable elderly people with disabilities.


It has become a tradition that a team of young volunteers comes together every summer for a week to support the care home’s staff and spruce up the centre in Dorobanți. They do minor repairs, cleaning, decorating and gardening to create the best conditions for the residents who live here. While working together on the house and garden, you have time to get to know the elderly people in the centre, spend time with them, and have lots of fun together. 


If you want to become part of this unique experience, then please click join and apply. 


We're looking forward to hearing from you!  

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About Serviciul de Ajutor Maltez în România (SAMR) | Relief Service, Romania

Serviciul de Ajutor Maltez în România (SAMR) is a non-profit association headquartered in Cluj-Napoca. For 30 years, through 17 branches and branches in the country, we have been running programs for the benefit of those in need – the elderly, the sick, people with disabilities and other vulnerable groups. 1200 volunteers are constantly involved to help them lead a dignified life without distinction of ethnicity, religion, gender or political affiliation.

Christian values and humanitarian principles are at the heart of our actions: the Maltese Aid Service in Romania is the bearer of the mission of the Sovereign Order of Malta.