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Activity Assistant - Children's Winter Project

Recruiting Volunteers to help deliver our 2019 Children’s Winter Project to give the most disadvantaged children in Moldova a festive season to remember. Those who take part in the project live in remote villages with families who receive support from The Moldova Project. 

The children involved very rarely get the chance to participate in fun activities and look forward to the winter project. They will join activity days, which include arts and crafts, sport, games and music, and will also go on trips to Chisinau, Moldova’s capital. Most of the children and some of their parents have never left their village before, so this is a very exciting time of year for them. 


Activities Assistants will help deliver the project in Moldova. This role will include event planning to organise Christmas parties, deliver activity sessions for children and young people, help run the children’s party entertainment, supervise trips to Chisinau and the giving Christmas gifts. 

The aims of the project are: 

  • To build positive relationships with children and families. 

  • Ensuring children with few opportunities have fun and educational experiences 

  • To fund activities and trips for impoverished children in Europe’s poorest country 

  • To bring hope of a better future and show support to families in difficult circumstances  


Role specification: 

  • Confidence to interact with children and supervise activities 

  • Show a flexible and creative approach to the role 

  • An effective team member 

  • DBS Check 

  • Available to travel to Moldova and commit to working on the project between 27th December 2019- 2nd January 2020  

  • Raise €500 towards project delivery costs – accommodation (€200) and flights additional cost 

Watch a video from last year's Children's Winter Project here

Children's Winter Project 27 Dec 2019 - 2 Jan 2020, Moldova 

Email: anna.webb@themoldovaproject.com 



Past projects

Community Development Project 2018