Studies Field: Ceramic Art
What Do You Like Most In Your Life? : In my life, I like to travel the most, have fun and have specificity.
Why Did You Choose EVS?: because I wanted to be part of a whole.
What Are Your Expectations? : to meet new people and learn about different cultures.
What do you hope to share with other people during your stay in Poland? : I want to share my experiences, knowledge about my profession, the cult of the country and its beautiful memories.
What would be your best attributes?: I can share art with young people and children.
International Volunteer Day (IVD) (originally as International Volunteer Day for Economic and Social Development) is an international observance designated by the United Nations since 1985.
It offers an opportunity for volunteer organizations and individual volunteers to make their contributions visible – at local, national and international levels and is a chance for individual volunteers, communities and organizations to promote their contributions to development at the local, national and international levels.
Being a volunteer is a big opportunity to develop your skills by working for an NGO. You could learn new things, meet many and different people from another countries and make new friends.
Fundacjia CAT has a tradition of hosting volunteers for EVS programs from many countries of Europe. Also, it has a variety of people of the local community who are active volunteers and work with us, promoting the aims and the goals of our organization.
We would like to thank all of our volunteers for being part of CAT.
Without you nothing would be the same!
We are 24 days before Christmas and yesterday we participated in the decorations of the christmas tree which took place in Speedway Stadium. Our volunteers made their own Christmas ornamnent and hung it with some…co-operation.
Enjoy these days with your family and people you love. They are precious.
See you soon. 🙂
DIY Christmas Ornament
When Greece conquered Portugal during Christmas decorations
Ladies and gentlemen. ANNOUNCEMENT!!!!!
Finally, after our photography workshop directed by our volunteers, we are very proud to announce the outcome of this laboratory: the final photography exhibition!!
~ 04.12.2017 at 18:00, Boczna 6, Leszno 64-100 ~
The exposition will follow the theme of the Human Rights, topic still highly significant today. We believe in disseminating the message of the Human Rights and, of course, their violations. We also believe that photography is, today more than yesterday, an extremely powerful media for expressing messages and let them circulate as much as possible That’s why we have chosen to spread this idea, this philosophy, this concept so precious through this media.
With the intention of propagating to the maximum the Human Rights, the exhibition will be completely free and funded by CAT Foundation.
We hope that you will appreciate our efforts.
See you there!! 😀
Fundacja CAT’s volunteers who are in charge of the photography and the painting workshop, are about to organize a photography and artistic exhibition the first week of December.
The works are based on human rights and will be made by the participants of the photography and painting workshops.
If you want to take part in this exhibition you can contact with us and send you photos at the emails: firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com.
If you have paint something and you want to participate in the exhibition you can visit us at our office (ul. Bocza 6) during our opening hours: Monday-Friday 14.00-17.00 and show us your work.
Dont’ forget that the theme is human rights. You can take a look here for more information about:
and you can search for more through google and youtube.
Hope to see you! 🙂
At the 30th of October our volunteers Natasa Tzavara and Alberto Seligardi begun a photography workshop. This meeting is helded every Monday at 15.00, at our office in Bocza 6. During these hours, you can learn some basic traits of the photography, share your photos with the team, take new ideas and make new friends.
Except from learning and practising photography, at the first week of December an exhibition is going to be organised with photos of the participants. The theme of the photos is human rights!!
For more info or questions you can contact at the emails: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com.
Join us!!! 🙂