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York-based organisation, Everything is Possible, is offering volunteering and training projects in fields such as:

Sport coaching / Football, athletics, triathlon, swimming and kayak

Dance / Choreography, children’s dance training, performances and festival activities

Animal care and outdoor activities / Turtle hospital, donkey sanctuary, or bear refuge

Arts / community arts provision

Social Work / working in a prison/mental health and drugs rehabilitation provision

These are 2 to 9 months projects starting from January 2021 and taking place in countries such as Greece, Aruba or Croatia.

These projects are free. They are funded by the European Solidarity Corps programme of the European Union. There are no costs to you (flights, food and accommodation are paid for you).

Who is it for? We are looking for young people aged 18-30, living in the UK and be confident and ready to try new things. These projects may be a alternative opportunity for those who have not achieved what they hoped for in their Alevels or may not now be going to university due to COVID-19 disruptions.

About Everything is Possible: We are a non-profit organisation based in York. Over the past 20 years we have helped thousands of young people, to experience international mobility opportunities. This experience brought them intercultural awareness, raised self-esteem and help them gain competences they would need for their future, while for others it has helped them to get the job they wanted.

Project organised by Everything is Possible and co-funded by the European Solidarity Corps programme of the European Union.
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We are thrilled to announce a partnership between Everything is Possible and learningonline.xyz. Learningonline.xyz creates learning solutions. Their mission is to connect all people to learning opportunities that contribute to happier, more fulfilled lives; a vision shared by Everything is Possible!

 

Our trainees and volunteers will now access their flagship product Cudoo.com, a comprehensive and practical lifestyle eLearning platform with a growing library of 1300+ online courses across languages, professional and self-development skills.

 

Their large catalogue even includes online courses of Papiamento, creole language spoken in Aruba. That’s perfect for our trainees and volunteers.

 

Thank you learningonline.xyz!

We are really please to present you our new video of our project in Martinique, hosted by our amazing partner Youth in the Town (Jeunesse dans la Ville)!
During their project our VET trainees (from Kirklees College and Askham Bryan College) had the opportunity to run trainings or assist coaches in various sport such as rugby, football and water sport.
Some inspiring testimonies in it!

Project co-funded by the Erasmus + programme of the European Union.

 

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Everything is Possible considers our participants Health and Wellbeing as paramount. We are monitoring all travel situations and destinations where participants are based or are preparing to go. If we consider anyone to be at risk we will repatriate them immediately, if we consider any destination to be unsafe we will not mobilise participants on activities. Where possible we will delay activities so participants do not miss out on a planned opportunity. If you need to contact us call +447970101576/ +44 7970065404 / +441904348843 at any time if you have concerns you want to discuss.

Everything is Possible is very pleased to announce that we have 32 new long term projects to offer in animal care and sport coaching.

These projects are all funded by the European Commission. There are no costs to you. And we arrange your flights, food and accommodation (we can often even help you if you don’t have a passport).

We’ve got training and volunteering projects. Please note that eligibility criteria are different.

 

Vocational Educational Training

The training projects are co-funded by the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union.
Who can apply? You need to be:

● 18+
● living in the UK
● studying in the field of the project you are applying for
● after completing your FE studies ie before starting HE
● we can only offer this projects to you up to 12 months after completing your studies
● you can apply during your summer holidays whilst still studying

 

Malta cat

1) Malta – Animal care
3 month projects at the Cat Sanctuary (Support staff taking care of street cats) or Mediterraneo Marine Park (Support staff in the birds and reptiles department and animal education presentations.)

● 2 projects starting May or beginning of June 2020 (ending end of August 2020)
● 2 projects between July to October 2020

 

Aruba Sport

2) Aruba – Sport coaching
3 month projects at De Palm at Palm Island. Please note that you must have a full driving licence at the time of applying as you need it for your role.

● 2 projects in June/July/Aug 2020
● 2 projects around Dec 2020 – March 2020

 

Aruba vet

3) Aruba – Animal care
2 or 3 month projects at the Donkey Sanctuary or Vets (or both).

● 2 projects any time before 30/8/2020

 

Greece turtle

4) Greece/Crete – Animal care
3 month projects at Archelon (sea turtles). This project is defined by the nesting and hatching season dates so the dates have to be quite specific.

● 2 projects in May/June/July 2020
● 2 projects in July/Aug/Sept 2020

 

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5) Sicily – Outdoor education/sport
3 month projects at Etna Finder

● 2 projects in April/May/June 2020
● 2 projects in June/July/Aug 2020. Again the work is seasonal so the dates need to fit with Etna Finder activities and busy periods so the projects are quite set.

 

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6) Spain – Sport coaching
6 month projects at Spanish ProFootball

● 2 projects available from Jan 2020 (dates negotiable)

 

Volunteering opportunities

The volunteering projects are co-funded by the European Solidarity Corps programme of the European Union.
Who can apply? You need to be:

● 18-30 years old
● living in the UK
● open to anyone. You don’t need to be in education

 

bear

A) Croatia – Animal care
at the Bear refuge

● 2 projects of 2 months to be completed before end of June 2020

● 2 projects of 3 months after June 2020

 

 

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B) Greece – Animal care
3 months projects at the turtle hospital.

● 2 projects in May/June 2020

 

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C) Aruba – Sport coaching
6 month football coaching project.

● 2 projects

 

aruba donkey

D) Aruba – Animal care
3 months Donkey Sanctuary and/or vets

● 2 projects

 

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E) Spain – Sport coaching
6 month projects at Spanish ProFootball

● 2 projects

 

How to apply?

Deadline: 8th November 2019.

If you are interested in a project or would like more information please contact Mel Coward by Friday 8th November:

 

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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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Everything is Possible has two new animal care training opportunities available in Aruba. These 2 month projects will start on 1st November 2019, with possibility to come back just before Christmas or after.

This a unique experience during which you will be able to develop personal and professional skills.

 

Important information:

This project is funded (Erasmus+). There are no costs to you, and you receive funding for your flights, food and accommodation (we can often even help you if you don’t have a passport). In order to participate in this project, you need to live in the UK.

Don’t let the opportunity get away and don’t leave it too late; we can only offer this to you up to 12 months after completing your studies.

In order to participate in this project, you need to live in the UK.
This project is open to new as well as ex-trainees.

 

How to apply:

If you are interested in this project please contact Clair Brown by Monday 30th September 2019: clair@everythingispossible.eu

 

Project video:

 

Info sheet Aruba:

 

 

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We’re back at Leeds Festival this year, to salvage good quality reusable camping equipment for local community organisations.

 

When? 27th August (11am-1pm) … save the date!
Where? Leeds Festival site (more info will be sent to organisations who applied before the event)

 

For more than 10 years, our action helped organisations from all around the UK who really need camping equipment for their activities. We passed onto them thousands of tents, sleeping bags, roll mats and tonnes of camping items which are left behind at Leeds Festival; equipment which has often only been used for one weekend. Click here to read feedback from previous years.

 

Watch the video report from BBC LOOK NORTH:

 

 

 

mail How to getWe tried to make the process as easy as we could for you.

1. Express your interest as soon as possible to Raphael : raphael@everythingispossible.eu
2. Download the application and send it fully completed in Word format by Wednesday 31st July. Click here to download the application form.
3. We’ll let you know if your application has been selected by the 8th August.
4. One week before the collection date, we will send you all information you need to collect your equipment.
5. Our volunteers will pick the best camping gear for you after the festival.
6. If selected you will just have to come on Tuesday 27th August, between 11.00 and 13.00, with a big vehicle to pick up your order!
7. We will just charge £25 for the Salvage Package, which includes a maximum of 5 tents (pop-up, 2men tents, or/and 1*4men tent max) ) and a few sleeping bags, mats, camping chairs to fill a builder bag! Donation will help us to pay for meals for the volunteers who will be spending the day picking up your camping gear.

 

 

mail quality We will be joined by 30 young people passionated by recycling. They will have the mission to find for you the best camping equipment. We’ve got a rule: Each item we collect needs to be good quality. If it’s damaged, we don’t take it! But if you want you can also check the equipment in case something was missed: You can do so when you come to pick it up. If you are not satisfied with an item we will replace it with another.

Have a look at previous feedback. Click here.
*As all the equipment has been used at the festival, and our volunteers don’t have the time or equipment to properly clean it on site, we recommend you clean all equipment fully before use. It also depends on the weather conditions.

 

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