”Staying in Poland was a great possibility for me to understand and realize European values, rule of law, democracy and lifestyle face to face” • Ilona Chukhua

Ilona Chukhua is a Georgian volunteer who joined Polska Fundacja im. Roberta Schumana (PFRS), in Poland and carried out her long-term European Solidarity Corps project funded by Erasmus +. Read what she says about her experience: ”The long-term project in Warsaw, Poland, was so interesting opportunity. At the begining, I had many motivations to participate…

” I’m passionate about working with people from all over the world and would love to share my personal experiences” • Usho Chirgadze

”Ushangi Chirgadze is a Georgian volunteer who joined Stowarzyszenie Rozwoju i Integracji Młodzieży STRIM, in Poland and carries out his short-term European Solidarity Corps project funded by Erasmus +. Read what he says about his upcoming experience: HI everyone, I’m Ushangi Chirgadze, however my friends always call me usho. First I’d like to talk about…

”Through volunteering I can challenge myself to try something different, achieve personal goals, practice using my skills and discover hidden talents” • Lizi Katamadze

Lizi Katamadze is a Georgian volunteer who joined SKE AVGOROU, in Cyprus and carries out her short-term European Solidarity Corps project funded by Erasmus +. Read what she says about her upcoming experience: ”When I read information about this exchange program I was so excited and said- I should try. I thought that I was…

”I perceive volunteering as an eye-opening adventure, on which you not only prove your abilities but also help others to achieve their goals, by sharing opinions and supporting one another” • Anna Ungiadze

Anna Ungiadze is a Georgian volunteer who joined Lycée Sévigné, in France and carries out her long-term European Solidarity Corps project funded by Erasmus +. Read what she says about her upcoming experience: ”When I saw the information about this volunteering project, I instantly got thrilled about it, as the idea of working at a…

”Volunteering in another country, it’s an opposite world of what you can find in your daily routine. It’s something that you must discover and live” • Khatia Martiashvili

Khatia Martiashvili is a Georgian volunteer who joined Polska Fundacja im. Roberta Schumana (PFRS), in Poland and carries out her long-term European Solidarity Corps project funded by Erasmus +. Read what she says about her upcoming experience: ”I finished Bachelor’s degree in Political science last year and now I’m studying Master’s in Public Relations (PR)…

”Volunteering seems very exciting to me and especially when it comes to future development” • Gvantsa Kvaratskhelia

Gvantsa Kvaratskhelia is a Georgian volunteer who joined Asociatia Voluntariat Pentru Viata, in Romania and carries out her long-term European Solidarity Corps project funded by Erasmus +. Read what she says about his upcoming experience: Volunteering gives you the chance to: 1. Change a person’s life; 2. Change society for the better; 3. Acquired new knowledge;…