Volunteering: Grandpa Tell Me More – an intergenerational learning project

Location: Whittington Park Community Association, Yerbury Road, London N19 4RS

Dates: Mondays, Thursdays and possibly Fridays, ideally between 11.00 and 15.00. Lunch provided. From now till 13 July 2017

Number of participants: 8-10

Participating countries: United Kingdom

Organizer: ELN Partner

Apply here: write to elnpartner@gmail.com

Deadline to apply: ASAP

Date of selection: ASAP

Inquiries about this training course: Rajesh Pathak at elnpartner@gmail.com

Costs: This project is financed by the European Union. It is free of charge. You get lunch for volunteering 1.5 – 2 hours. You get a FREE trip to Portugal from 17 to 23 July 2017, if you volunteer at least 8 sessions.

Grandpa Tell Me More – an intergenerational learning project

Project title: Grandpa Tell Me More – an intergenerational learning project
Funded by: European Union
For whom? Youth volunteers aged 18-30
Venue: Whittington Park Community Association

Yerbury Road

London N19 4RS

@crossroads between Hollloway Road, Archway and Tufnell Park

Easily accessible by buses 17, 43, 271, and London Tube stations Archway, Holloway Road and Tufnell Park

Days for Activities


Weekdays: Mondays, Thursdays and possibly Fridays

Ideally between 11.00 and 15.00

Lunch provided

From now till 13 July 2017

Time for each activity 1.5 hours or maybe 2 hours max

As mentioned above lunch will be provided

Minimum number of activities Participants are expected to take part in all activities if possible but participation in a minimum of 8 activities assures a FREE place to Agueda Portugal. Please see below.
Benefits for the Youth volunteers An EU funded week’s trip to Agueda (near Porto), Portugal from 17 to 23 July 2017. In order to receive this benefit the youth will carry out at least 8 session (each about 1.5 hours or as required by host community centre but no more than 3 hours) between now and early July 2017

Meet partners from: Italy, Lithuania and Portugal

Typical Sessions at local level in the host community centre Whittington Park Community Association (WPCA) Any appropriate intergenerational learning activity such as Art Patchwork, Local Communication Development (e.g. newspaper, radio and anything else as long as resources are available), School Days’ discussions, Video diary, Hobbies and Music interests/comparison discussions, Card games, Board games, Dance steps, Skills exchange and anything that the two generations can mutually agree to and acceptable within local conditions
Recognition of work, accreditation As part of all EU projects the Youth Volunteers benefit from the 8 competences recognised by the EU and more can be found at – https://www.youthpass.eu/en/recognition/about-recognition/ – this Youth Pass will be issued by the four partner organisations from UK, Italy, Lithuania, Portugal
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