Long time no see… or how does the saying go? Although, I am sure some of you have never even seen me to begin with. The last (and first) time I wrote to you was seemingly centuries ago, because so much has happened. This tends to be the case when you are living in a… Continue reading What is going on?
Working as a volunteer at Red Cross means that you have different shifts. One of them is to work in a house where homeless people live. On the 18th of January, I worked there. The house is close to the Rossini Center. You go there at 8pm, sleep there and finish work on the next… Continue reading Working in Casa Tabanelli at Caritas
Let me ask you a question: what's in a name? Personally, I've always looked at names as a way to refer to a specific person. Some may think there's more power to a name. Whatever the case, it's always true that names come from somewhere. With that in mind, I will raise you a name:… Continue reading What’s in a name?
Se dovessi definire il mio progetto di volontariato con una sola parola sarebbe AVVENTURA. Cinque mesi fa sono arrivata in Italia per vivere una nuova esperienza. Ricordo che la prima volta che ho messo piede a Pesaro (è il nome della città dove vivo) tremavo come un budino, ma allo stesso tempo ero emozionata. Ho… Continue reading Un volontariato chiamato AVVENTURA!
Volunteering at the Red Cross of Pesaro means committing to others and caring about them. Here, our priority is to take care of elderly people with Alzheimer and to give them an opportunity to socialize and gain back some of their youth. As a volunteer, your main activity is to help the staff to take… Continue reading What it means to be a volunteer at the Red Cross of Pesaro
It is 5 oˈclock in the morning when an old grey cab is making its way through the empty streets of Tallinn. Ahead there stands an airport. A relatively small one, but still full of opportunities as any other. The cab pulls up to the building, stops for a minute and then drives away, leaving… Continue reading The Italian dream unlike any other