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Professional trauma response expert, and author of the book “What to do when life sucks!” Fran Graham, will be here 23-24 of September to provide an in-depth look into how to respond to people in trauma, and how to take care of ourselves as we navigate the ongoing needs of our Ukrainian friends displaced and residing here in Kraków and all other survivors of trauma.
WE NEED YOU! We recently wrote about looking for volunteers to conduct activities in a women’s shelter. Soon we will share the details with you and organize registration for this and more. Our sign language classes met with a very positive response, so we decided to use your help again and organize workshops and classes
-> Continue reading We are looking for workshop leaders!
You probably remember that recently we were looking for people ready to take part in activities for the residents of the Nursing Home in Krakow. Today we have prepared a report from that day for you!
Agnieszka: “I am glad that I had the opportunity to do something good thanks to this action. With each painted wall, I had the impression that we really are helping someone measurably and you can see the effects of our effort. Besides, we had a great time and I met a lot of nice people
-> Continue reading The Serve the City Global Volunteer Day – 8th May 2021
On the 8th of May STC Kraków (and anyone who wants to participate in Poland or the world) will join Serve the City International in their annual Global Volunteer Day. This is a day to promote volunteerism, working together for people in need, and spreading kindness. STC Kraków will be painting three rooms at the
-> Continue reading STC Global Volunteer Day 8th of May
Want to add some great experience to your CV and LinkedIn profile? Learn some new skills in a great environment and culture? Or maybe you know someone who might be able to help us? We are searching for a volunteer (not paid) project and partner manager! Take a look and see if this might be
-> Continue reading Serve the City Kraków needs your help!
December 5, 2020 was a special day for Serve The City. It was the day that we celebrated The World Volunteer Day. On this occasion, our volunteers took part in actions in various places in Poland. Together with the ladies living in the shelter, we prepared Christmas cards. Due to the current restrictions, there were
-> Continue reading International Volunteer day 2020
From 22nd to 25th of October there was held an International Serve the City Forum. The event was supposed to take place in Kraków but due to the Covid-19 pandemic it was moved to a virtual reality. The members of our Kraków team were the hosts. During the Forum there were online workshops, lectures and
-> Continue reading Serve the city International Forum 2020
Who we serve
We make volunteering easy for...
Do you run a non-profit organization? We assess your needs and create projects for others to easily volunteer and serve those needs. Let us help meet those needs.
Often we know people by their needs, what if we knew them by their name? Do you know someone in need? Learn more about how we can help.
We manage the entire volunteer, project, and communication process for business volunteer and corporate social responsibility (CSR) programs with measurable outcomes and follow up.
Through our nonprofit and business partnerships we help communities beautify, remove graffiti, plant gardens, and more!
About Serve the City
It’s time to cross the line.
Serve the City is a global movement of volunteers, which began in Brussels in 2005 (learn more here) showing kindness in practical ways to people in need. We partner with local non-profit associations that are serving people in need and create meaningful opportunities for volunteers to get involved. Serve the City creates events that mobilize many volunteers to serve in simple ways – sports, music, arts and crafts, meals, friendship and more. We are the connection between the good intentions and talents of people who could volunteer and a meaningful opportunity to get involved.
And that’s where it starts. We cross the line from where we are and serve. But that’s just the beginning. The dream of Serve the City is everyone serving. As soon as possible we invite those we have met while serving to join us, because what we really want is to cross the line together.
Serve the City is for everyone. It’s a revolution, a serving revolution. And it’s going to change the world.
The homeless, asylum seekers, the elderly, the disabled, children in need, victims of abuse. We know them by their needs. What if we knew them by name?