Bacău, Romania, Europe
We are a charity organisation located in Bacau (N-E Romania), dedicated to helping those in need through medical, social and educational services.

Volunteering Activities

Social Work

What We Need

1. We need volunteers to provide enrichment activities (arts, sports, clubs, dance, music, etc.) to disadvantaged children living in poor rural areas; the activities will take place in centres managed by FSC.
2. We need qualified nurses for home care or residential care of the sick elderly


When & Who

All the time
No maximum stay
Individuals, Groups

What we Provide

Types: Volunteer House, Other

Translation, fun activities together with the Romanian volunteers

Wifi & Satellite
Hot Water
First Aid

Our Fees

No fees

We do not require a fee, the volunteer should cover her/his own costs for food

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More Services we Offer

May have additional fees
Social Activities

Social activities: the volunteer can join the numerous activities organised by the organisation together with the local volunteers

Contact Person

Gabriela Achihai
Str.Marasti 32, Bacău, Romania.
100% response rate , 49 hour(s) response time.

Other Ways to Help

Making of various decorations and jewellery in an workshop

The volunteers will learn how to make various decorative objects and jewellery made of fimo.

Arts and crafts for the activities with the children
Care materials for the activities with the sick elderly

Additional Info about Us

More than 50 people

Educators, nurses, teachers, psycologists, home carers, etc.

We are based in a city but most of the work will be in rural areas located about 50 km away. There are other options for accommodation.

There are more group activities organised during the summer.

Our vision: to create a world where human rights are respected and people have access to adequate, high quality services provided by professionals in their own community.

Our mission:
to support the most disadvantaged people in the community through social, medical and educational programmes;
to raise the public awareness towards those people’s needs;
to promote local communities’ development;
to encourage partnerships between the governmental, NGO and private sectors.