Three volunteers of the Green Sun Association of Kézdivásárhely (Targu Secuiesc), Henrietta Sebestyén, Emese Kis, and Erzsébet-Zsuzsanna Szabó, participated in a volunteer mentor training in North Macedonia between 16 - 22 August 2021, where they represented Romania among the twenty-six members of the six invited countries (Greece, Poland, Italy, Portugal, Romania, and North Macedonia).
The Green Sun Association organized a team building between 19-20 March. On 19th of March, first day of the team building the Green Sun Association provided first aid training in a partnership with the Salvatore Association. The photos taken during the event are available on the association’s Facebook page.
On the occasion of the International Volunteer Day on December 5. 2020. the team of the Green Sun Association visited the László Incze Guild Museum in Târgu Secuiesc, where they became acquainted with the values of local history. The team of the association was also accompanied by the volunteers of the ESC project - Heal the Earth! Veress Nikolett Adrienn (Hungarian), Ayten Kurnaz, Halis Özcan (Turkish) and Polixeni Ntanou (Greek). The photos taken during the visit can be viewed on the Facebook page of the association.
Green Sun Association during 04.11. - 04.12.2020 implements the project Be a volunteer, feed your soul! Thus, between November 6 - 8, seventeen young people aged between 16-35 gathered to develop a campaign to promote volunteering in Târgu Secuiesc. Photos from the event are available on the Facebook page of the associations.
Green Sun Association is searching for volunteers for an ESC (European Solidarity Corps) project in Targu Secuiesc, Transylvania, Romania. We need one volunteer for 3 months.
Between 3-4 October, took place the third team building organized by the Green Sun Association for the organization's volunteers. The activities included interactive presentations, team building games, icebreakers, trip. Photos from the event are available on the Facebook page of the associations.
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The organization is called Menedékhaz (menedekhaz means: shelter house) and was founded in 2005. The foundation’s goal is helping homeless people and families in need - providing them accomodation and helping them to increase their chances for re-integration with the help of social work and other services.