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Vermittlungsgebühren 150 EUR (+ Extra Fee)

ALLIANSSI ist ein Dachverband finnischer Jugendorganisationen mit ungefähr 100 Mitgliedsorganisationen, die im Bereich Jugend- und Kulturaustausch zusammenarbeiten.
Neben der Durchführung von Seminaren und Jugendaustauschen hat auch die Organisation von internationalen Workcamps eine lange Tradition bei Allianssi und von Freiwilligen gibt es überwiegend sehr positives Feedback.

ALLIANSSI erhebt seit 2015 Extra Gebühren für seine Workcamps.

Ein Jugendkulturverein moechte mit deiner Hilfe den Ort beleben: Hier erwarten dich Reparatur- und Malerarbeiten, die Organisation von Veranstaltungen usw.
Finnland    ALLI13    VILLAGE    03.07.-14.07.2017    ENVI/CULT   7vols (no more female)
PROJECT: The camp host is the youth cultural association of Pantane village which runs many activities for keeping the village alive and people active. The volunteers will have a great chance to get to know Finnish countryside, local culture and tradition and people. The volunteers will visit and work in many places for example painting, repairing, tidying etc. tasks indoors and outdoors. The camp will promote intercultural understanding, involve local people and generally interact with people of all ages.
WORK: The volunteers will assist in various tasks such as painting and repairing furniture and tidying the environment. The volunteers will also organise social activities with the locals such as an international playday for local children and young people.
ACCOMMODATION: Accommodation will be in the local youth house on mattresses, the host will provide bedsheets. There are showers and kitchen in the house, volunteers will prepare some meals themselves, lunches are usually provided in work places
LOCATION: The location is Kauhajoki (www.kauhajoki.fi). The area is beautiful with lakes and nature, you can go swimming or rowing. There will also be some visits and excursions to local sights. Volunteers can experience peaceful Finnish nature at its best.
NEXT TERMINAL: Kauhajoki. Easiest way to travel is to fly to Helsinki airport. From Helsinki you can take a train or a bus to Seinajoki, then you take a local bus. We will be waiting for you at the bus station in Kauhajoki, please inform us your time of arrival.
SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: The volunteers will need to take travel insurance for the duration of their stay.
EXTRA FEE: 30 euros

Hilf mit bei Gartenarbeiten/Parkpflege und lerne die Jugend in Anjala kennen!
Finnland    ALLI16    YOUTH CENTRE    09.07.-22.07.2017    ENVI   8vols (no more female)
PROJECT: Youth Centre Anjala is one of the 10 national youth centres in Finland, supported and supervised by the Finnish Ministry of Education and Culture. The Youth Centre has a non-profit civic responsibility of promoting a good life for children and young people. Our main purpose is to serve children and young people as well as support the work of teachers and trainers. This camp is organized by the Anjala Youth Department and the Cultural foundation of Ankkapurha. More information www.nuorisokeskusanjala.fi/en
WORK: The volunteers will work mainly outdoors to maintain the traditional landscape and park in the area. The volunteers will also assist in various activities when needed. The volunteers will also get to know the everyday life in the Finnish countryside. The goal is to increase multicultural activity in Anjala and its community.
ACCOMMODATION: Accommodation is organized in a hostel level apartment with shared kitchen, living room and a bathroom. The volunteers will get most meals from the canteen of the youth centre, sometimes it might be possible to cook.
LOCATION: Anjala is a small village, 25 km from Kouvola and about 140 kms from Helsinki. The Youth Centre is situated by a beautiful area by the River Kymijoki. On the same area there is an old manor building and agricultural school. Volunteers can use the facilities and equipment of the youth centre.
SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: The volunteers need travel insurance for the duration of their stay.
EXTRA FEE: 30 euros

Familiencamp: Unterstuetze Renovierungsarbeiten an einer Schule
Finnland    ALLI17    FAMILY     10.07.-20.07.2017    FAM/EDU/CULT   10vols (no more female)
PROJECT: The host organization Ikko is a modern, non-political and non-religious folk high school offering both general and vocational education for Finnish and international students and groups throughout the year. They also host special target groups such as students with special needs as well as young asylum seekers.
WORK: The school surroundings need maintaining so the volunteers will work with seasonal tasks indoors and outdoors. The volunteers can join various summer activities. Please note that this is not a traditional work camp and the tasks vary by the season.
ACCOMMODATION: Accommodation will be in rooms, buffet style meals provided. There are possibilities for various creative and other activities. Sauna and swimming facilities are also available. The place is very suitable for a family camp and we welcome parents, single parents or grandparents to join the camp together with a child/children aged 3-13 yrs. Either parent or child needs to be able to communicate in English.
LOCATION: Punkaharju is located in eastern Finland near Savonlinna and it takes about four hours by train from Helsinki. The school is situated in a location of superb natural beauty, right on the magnificent Punkaharju ridge. It is surrounded on both sides by lakes and magnificent scenery. The area offers excellent opportunities for nature and outdoor activities. The volunteers can also attend some lessons as well as join excursions to local sights.
SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: The volunteers need travel insurance for the duration of their stay.
EXTRA FEE: 150 euros per adult and 75 euros per child (3 yrs+)

In Zusammenarbeit mit Einheimischen: Instandsetzungsarbeiten im Dorf Niva
Finnland    ALLI22    NIVAVILLAGE    30.07.-07.08.2017    ENVI/CULT   5vols
PROJECT: The host of this camp is Niva Village Association. They are a group of people actively working for their local environment and cultural life. They have hosted very successful work camps before and the whole village is waiting for the internationals to come and celebrate the 100 years of Finnish independency with them.
WORK: Volunteers will assist in maintaining the public places, painting and tidying and environmental tasks in Niva village area together with local people. The aim of this camp is cross-cultural learning and to bring multicultural atmosphere to Niva Village.
ACCOMMODATION: The accommodation is arranged in a hunting cabin. Cooking will be done by the volunteers themselves, ingredients will be provided by the host.
LOCATION: Niva is a small village, located 30km from a bigger town called Joensuu and it belongs to beautiful and peaceful North Karelia region in eastern Finland. The distance to Helsinki is about 400 kilometers. During leisure time, various summer activities such as hiking and playing games with locals are possible and there will also be some sightseeing. The volunteers will have the chance to learn about local cultural heritage and traditions in Northern Karelia region.
NEXT TERMINAL: Joensuu can be reached from Helsinki by train and plane.
SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: The volunteers need travel insurance for the duration of their stay.
EXTRA FEE: 30 euros

Instandsetzungsarbeiten auf der Festung Suomenlinna! Pflege das riesige Gelaende des beeindruckenden Weltkulturerbes direkt an der Kueste
Finnland    ALLI25    WHV SUOMENLINNA     06.08.-19.08.2017    RENO/CULT   13vols
PROJECT: The camp host is the governing body of Suomenlinna. Suomenlinna (Sveaborg) is a sea fortress, built gradually from 1748 onwards on a group of islands belonging to the district of Helsinki. Suomenlinna will be active with the volunteers in getting a maximum amount of exposure for the World Heritage volunteers via the social media as it happens. The results will be used to promote Suomenlinna`s World Heritage status and the continuing need to protect and develop it.
WORK: The camp aims to include the volunteers in the landscape maintenance management. There are lots of areas where the tasks cannot be performed by machinery so the volunteers will work with the gardeners. The volunteers will perform visitor information tasks under the supervision of the staff. In the busy month of August the number of visitors can exceed 200 000 and majority of them are foreign. They have also penciled in joint activities with local operators, artists and artisans.
ACCOMMODATION: The volunteers will stay in a hostel, most meals will be provided, some self prepared by the group.
LOCATION: Suomenlinna is covering an area of 80 ha and consisting of 200 buildings and 6 km of defensive walls, the fortress stretches over six separate islands. More information: http://www.suomenlinna.fi/en/
SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: The volunteers need to have interest towards World Heritage and prepare themselves before the camp in order to tell about the World Heritage projects in their home countries. The applicants need to write a one page motivation letter explaining why they would like to join the project, if they have any previous experience in WHvolunteering and what could be their contribution to the project.
NEXT TERMINAL: Helsinki. There is a 15 minutes ferry ride from the centre of Helsinki.
SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: The volunteers need travel insurance for the duration of their stay.
EXTRA FEE: 30 euros