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Once again, Everything is Possible has been salvaging quality camping equipment left behind at Leeds Festival, that we passed onto local community organisations.

This year our action supported 10 organisations working with homeless people, refugees, disadvantaged people in general and scouts.  All those organisations mentioned being in desperate need of this equipment for their activities.

Here is a video showing the camping equipment collection by the organisations:

Our amazing team of international volunteers – all passionate by environment and music – have salvage several tonnes of camping equipment. This includes more than a hundred of tents and thousands of sleeping bags, rolls mats, camping chairs and pairs of wellies.

This 360° video shows our volunteers in action, salvaging good quality camping equipment at Leeds Festival.

Here are some of the best pictures published on Facebook:

No food waste!

And that’s not all! For the second year, we’ve also been collecting food left behing by food shops on site.
As soon as the last concert stopped, our brilliant volunteers ran to food stores asking them for food waste. We’ve passed this food onto organisations supporting homeless people.

Media coverage

Medias have spread the word about our action.

The BBC has broadcasted a small report about it:

Here is the link to their online article:

Even in Aruba, the television spoke about our action, with an interview of two volunteers and a partner:


Here is the video produced by European Solidarity Corps UK, who came to visit the project:


Testimonies from the participants:

Luigi from Italy, about our green recycling action at Trib Festival – European Solidarity Corps

Ana from Portugal, about our food collection action at Leeds Festival – European Solidarity Corps

Jeni from Germany, about our salvaging action at Leeds Festival – European Solidarity Corps project

Miguel from Portugal, about our salvaging action at Leeds Festival – European Solidarity Corps

Joana from Aruba, about our green action at Leeds Festival – European Solidarity Corps project

Interview from our volunteers at Leeds Festival – European Solidarity Corps project



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