Six years ago, we started with three volunteers, and today we gladly count on the solidarity of 25 wonderful people. A great collaborative growth was celebrated on December 5th, the International Day of Volunteers, with a nice brunch that brought together volunteers and staff members of Road of Hope.
Breath of Hope
The focus of this project is on “empowering” women by providing opportunities for reflection on their sense of life.
This project help us to create a genuine personal connection to the refugees we work with, getting to know them in their own homes and listening to their concerns. We seek to build a meaningful bond through empathy, familiarity and trust.
Road of Hope also assists refugees in their language learning process, by setting up classes in a safe and welcoming environment.