What does it mean?
During quarantine the Center is closed, that means that holding of all events and, consequently, voluntary activity are stopped, BUT!
We have always been saying that volunteering does not have limits and we are going to help online
Our friends with paws are known for their loving hearts and loyalty. Unfortunately, animals are not protected by law and people can be cruel to them. People bring a creature home, affected by emotions similar to ones they feel, buying a plush toy. List of their immoral actions is endless, but our team of volunteers decided to balance this unfairness. We started our marathon of love and care, because our little friends deserve it.
We provide contactless parcel delivery for single seniors and families at risk. In the COVID-19 pandemic, we limit visits to the elderly and children, which makes them the most vulnerable and vulnerable group of the population. Elderly aged people are prohibited from leaving the house without urgent need. In view of this. Volunteers provide home delivery of food, hygiene products and art kits.
Volunteer Center RVC from May 23 to June 6, 2021 joins the global Good Deeds Day movement – “Good Deeds Day”, which unites residents in more than 100 countries. Millions of people, thousands of organizations and companies around the world unite every year to help others free of charge RVC is the official representative of Good Deeds Day in Moldova.
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Not long ago, the first educational seminar of this year for the new volunteers of the Call Center project took place.
For the first time after a long period of pandemic, we have the opportunity to organize a large three-day OUTDOOR educational seminar of the project “Origins of Mercy”!
It’s time to take stock for JUNE. Volunteers from Chisinau and Rybnitsa have shown amazing results this month.
A talented volunteer coordinator is half the success in the work of our Center, because he is the most important person in working with volunteers!
Good Deeds Day has just ended. It was a long-awaited event, attended not only by volunteers as part of the actions organized by RVC
May is the month when our volunteers and program participants were introduced to wonderful spring holidays such as Lag ba Omer and Shavuot.
In the period from May 23 to June 6, Good Deeds Day was held throughout the Republic of Moldova! This movement of goodness is held annually in more than 100 countries of the world and unites all volunteers, everyone who does good and makes the world a better place!
Good Day in Moldova 2021 is coming to an end. We can’t help but pay attention to the amazing numbers we got thanks to all the volunteers and organizations that participated:
Map of Good Deeds Day in the Republic of Moldova 2021 can be downloaded from the link in this news
My name is Olya, I am 16 years old. I am a student of the 10th grade of the the Teoretical Lyceum “Universul”. I decided to become a volunteer because I had a lot of free time. I needed something to occupy it, and I realized that there was no point in wasting it when I could benefit the community and the city I live in.
I have been working as a volunteer for three months. At RVC, I was accepted by friendly coordinators and no less friendly guys-volunteers. Everyone here is very nice, funny and kind. I immediately felt the support from them, and I realized that I had found my place.
The first project I participated in was a trip to The V. Ignatenko children’s hospital. It left a lot of positive emotions and memories. What motivates me to volunteer is that now I have the opportunity to benefit others and get incredible pleasure from it. RVC gives me a huge selection of projects that I can participate in, and for that, thank you so much to the coordinators! I’m involved in almost all existing projects, but I’m probably closest to helping the elderly. Communicating with them gives me invaluable experience and knowledge, which I, in turn, pass on to my peers. I want to wish the volunteers patience, and those who want to become them – to be bolder and act!
My name is Anya Doni and I am a volunteer. My first experience of volunteering was at school, my guys and I made New Year’s cards for children from the orphanage. And if we talk about a larger, serious project, then I took part in a national conference against violence, where, by the way, the idea of a social project created at the Be Do Have summer school was born: “Spune NU Violenței”.
I was inspired to volunteer by the desire to help children, to do something good for them. At that stage of my life, I could say, it was like wearing pink glasses. Of course, I heard about violence, but it was somehow far from me and was taken more from films, books, and the topics raised at the conference, statistics and frightening facts greatly shocked me. As if I hadn’t expected that people can be so cruel, especially towards children.
I am motivated to volunteer most of all by the desire to give – strength, time, my energy, to share my positive, to help those who need it. And get positive emotions in return. This is probably my dope! I believe that positive emotions are the key to a happy life. Speaking about the projects in which I have participated, I immediately remember my sister’s participation in the project “School of life”. Masha asked me to give a lecture about sex education among teenagers. I gave this lesson, realized that I liked it, and most importantly, that the children liked the lecture! I also really enjoy working on my project “Spune NU violenței!” – this project is aimed at informing adolescents about different types of violence, as well as learning to recognize and respond to violence. One of the most striking recent events is the presentation of the project to the Summer School Be.Do. Have and obtaining a certificate from KMB. I didn’t expect to receive this certificate at all and, of course, when your work is appreciated, it’s very nice. And the very defense of the project was very exciting for me, I was very worried, because I understood that all responsibility for the project lay with me, and since I did not have a team, I could not take into account some shortcomings.
My name is Irina, I am 57 years old. I am a retired engineer, accountant, and administrator. I like to lead an active lifestyle and be creative. I am also engaged in volunteering for the third year. I am always happy to help people, and now I can pay more attention to this, because I have free time and opportunities. At RVC, I was attracted by the interest in new activities and an existing organization that I saw great potential in. I am inspired to continue my active volunteer work by people who need my help, as well as the support of my beloved daughter and like-minded people. From the very beginning, I chose to help the elderly. I am interested in learning and developing in this field, giving joy and hope. My advice to new volunteers is to look around and find those who need your help, and then start giving a piece of yourself, your time, and your soul.
Hi! My name is Lily, I am developing web design for mobile applications. I am a graphic designer by profession. I love active recreation, Hiking on mountain trails, I love to travel, this inspires me to new projects and their implementation. I also walk my videos sometimes.
I got into RVC thanks to your Facebook page and invitations to participate in events. As soon as I had time, I remembered that I wanted to devote it to helping people together with the team of the volunteer center. I myself have been engaged in volunteer activities for more than 9 years. But I like to do this more in RVC, because here your participation is encouraged, and this moves you forward, motivates you to develop further and, not least, encourages you to invite others. In short, I like the level that is supported here!
I continue to be a volunteer, because to be useful to someone, for me – it is to improve, create, influence, help – it is a continuous chain. I like it when people try to change for the better, or find answers to their questions when they turn to me for help, advice, or request.
If we talk about motivation, it is probably, in a sense, a miracle that happens when the right people find the right people. Have you watched the movie “Stars on earth”? The main character-a boy is forced to endure bullying until he finds the right (knowledgeable and not indifferent) teacher, who finds the reason and correctly explains it and everything falls into place. I’m motivated by meeting people and how we influence each other.
I try to participate in all projects, but the closest, of course, are those related to nature, its preservation, ecology. I also like projects that focus on training and development, both for the younger generation and the elderly.I believe that development is an important process in our life that needs a lot of attention. And projects related to creativity, transformation into the new, because through them people learn to see beauty.
One of the most striking events for me was the photo exhibition “Past Now”, with the participation of older people. The shots were represented by their transformation into their best version. Also at the exhibition, everyone could try out innovations in the field of mobile technologies and games. In fact, there was something memorable in every meeting, event, and a lot of love, knowledge, time, and work was invested in each event!
I want to wish the Republican Volunteer Center to become even better! Even more interesting! Create a lot of projects that are important to bring to life!
Thank you, you are great!!!
My name is Sasha Chubatyuk. I am 29 years old. I am a University student and a volunteer.
My first volunteer experience was last year in April, on Good Deeds Day. I like helping people in various ways.
I volunteer in the Repair School and in the Sources of Mercy projects. I care for the elderly, go shopping with them and help them within the framework of different community service projects.
I am driven by the idea that I do good deeds, help people meet their needs, and this motivates me to continue volunteering.
When I think of the benefits my volunteer activities bring to these people, I feel motivated to go on, of course, together with other volunteers, whom I wish success, strength, and inspiration!
Hey everyone! My name’s Kikioi Alina and I’m a volunteer from RVC!
I’ve become a volunteer due to my classmate. Once he offered me to come with him to the project because his partner couldn’t come, that’s why I’ve agreed. Sincerely, I had no idea even where I was going and why. Only when we started our way I’ve found out that I take part in «School of Repair» project and I should help Vova to fix some stuff. This is how my volunteer story has begun…
I liked to communicate with older people so the next day I’ve come to RVC and registered as a volunteer.
The elderly lady, who we had visited with Vova encouraged me to take this step. She was so happy when we arrived, it was so pleasant to talk with her and the most important thing – we wanted to help her. That was the moment when I felt that I’m needed.
In RVC I like the most that we, who are a young team, have an opportunity to make our ideas real. Also I appreciate the Center’s support, especially the coordinators’ one, who are always ready to help us.
About motivation – everything is simple – I don’t need it! I don’t need a special thought which is going to help me moving forward. I’ve become a volunteer consciously and I dedicate myself to this activity with great pleasure.
In general, I work with children, that is why I take part in projects «New Life of an Item», «School of Life», «Birthday child» and in a new one «Eco-friendly kids edition».
I don’t have a favourite project, because all of them are amazing, but the closest one for me is «New Life of an Item» because it was the first my project, it gave me my first volunteer experience and helped me to meet new people.
The greatest event was Summer School Be.Do.Have. I registered at RVC right after the Summer School had ended, so I had been waiting for a year to go there. When it has finally happened was the happiest person! Be.Do.Have gave me a lot of new knowledge and experience, new friends and pleasant memories.
Artem-studies at the Theoretical Lyceum of N. V. Gogol . He is a prize-winner of many Olympiads .
He has been engaged in volunteer activities for more than 5 years .
Appreciates the people : the Activity , courage, and responsibility .
Life credo- ” People ! Burn people’s hearts with your activity !”
My Hobbies are History , political science , books , music and evening conversations.
Good afternoon, my name is Igor Perchun and I am 50 years old. I own my own business, but due to the quarantine, I suspended the work of my enterprise in order to protect my employees. I joined the RVC recently. Having learned about the need to participate in the delivery of humanitarian aid and meals for the elderly, I realized that I could and should help. I deliver meals for the elderly, and also participate in the delivery of humanitarian aid as a driver, and I feel that my help is needed now more than ever. First of all, I like the activity and responsiveness of the coordinators of the Volunteer Center. They seem to work for two, or even three at once. I believe that this kind of adaptation to the conditions is necessary. Help must be provided and if volunteers are able to help people at a distance, it only warms my soul. I believe that the world needs good deeds. I myself was the most active pioneer, and from childhood I remember that the weak and needy need help. That is why now I am trying to make the world a better place and make my own modest contribution to the common good.
Nikita graduated from the faculty of journalism in 2012. He has been working as a journalist on radio and TV since 2011. He has been engaged in volunteering for several years and is one of the participants of the org. Committee of the Day of Good Deeds in Moldova.
Hobbies: work, humor, travel.
e-mail: [email protected]
This responsive young man volunteers with us with great pleasure, helping in various projects and promotions. Together with the team, Maxim visits the children of boarding school #3, entertaining them with interesting quizzes and competitions, and often participates in community events, helping with their organization. Most recently, he took part in the shooting of a documentary dedicated to the Victory Day. It is aimed at perpetuating the memories of those who gave us freedom once, fighting for our Homeland.
Maxim is studying at the Polytechnic College and is engaged in fireshow – how many talents are there in one person!
My name is Seryozha, I am a 4th-year student at the Financial and banking College. I like to play mind games, go out with friends, and travel.
I decided to join the volunteer center after the volunteer job Fair. Since then, I have been volunteering for six months. I still remember my thoughts when I first got into RVC: “it’s fun Here!”
I am motivated by the mood with which the volunteers do their work. With this positive attitude, we can do a lot to change life in the country for the better!
I participate in the project “give a smile”, where I help children in hospitals to distract from their illness and enjoy life. A team of volunteers and I conduct master classes and play games for them. Communication with children brings a lot of fun, and their smiles are the best gift for me!
I would advise all new volunteers to try themselves in each project and find the one that suits them perfectly.
My name is Vika, I study at the theoretical Lyceum im. Natalia Dadiani. In my free time, I like to listen to music, read, dance and play sports. I came to the volunteer center thanks to my friends, to whom I am very grateful. I got into RVC 4 months ago and already realized how wonderful it is to do good. My friends-volunteers, kind and friendly coordinators became my second family. It’s nice to come back here again and again every day!
In my volunteer work, I am motivated by the smiles of the people I help. Most often, these are elderly people who live alone. That’s why bringing them joy is very valuable to me. I participate in the projects ” Shabbat at home “(I meet Shabbat with elderly Jews) and “repair School” (I do small household repairs in the homes of grandparents).
I want to wish new volunteers not to be afraid of anything and come to the volunteer center to realize themselves and do good!
Hello everyone My name is Yanaki Ilona, I am 17 years old and I am a volunteer!
I study at the Lyceum “Olymp”, and I also study English. I love languages, and would like to know a few) My Hobbies are music, reading, and psychology.
I first came to the RVC at the age of 15, I was inspired by projects, friendly atmosphere and volunteering itself, so since June 2018, I started volunteering and helping people!
We have a lot of cool, unusual, interesting projects, most of all I like the ideas of projects: “Creation Space “ – which is aimed at developing public speaking skills, gaining self-confidence, as well as the” happy women’s Club”, where women are made happy, hold interesting and useful lectures, introduce them to various specialists who can help them with practical advice. It’s great, isn’t it?.
But my favorite project is, of course, #Myself!)
The project ” Myself” works with children, teaches them how to behave in different situations, safety! I take an active part in this project and get a lot of pleasure from working with children! I also participate in projects: “Do good”; “Creation space”; Yasam; Shabbat NES, Birthday Day.
I would like to wish the volunteers inspiration, strength, and success in all their endeavors!
My name is Masha, I am 24 years old. I graduated from the Technical University with a degree in design and printing technologies. Currently I work as an Illustrator of children’s books, and also develop layouts for various products. My Hobbies are creating handmade greeting cards and singing in the choir. Another favorite activity for me is volunteering. While still at school, I started participating in various volunteer actions, mostly related to ecology. A year ago I learned about the volunteer center and connected to the participation in various projects. I decided to start volunteering again, because I truly believe that it can change many things for the better, both in our country and in the world as a whole. At a certain point, volunteering became a way of life for me, an activity that brings a lot of positive emotions to my life. The most valuable and pleasant thing for me about volunteering is the smiles on people’s faces, gratitude for their attention, and the many stories they tell us. Most of all, I remember the Day of Good Deeds 2016, which was the beginning of my volunteer work in the RVC team. I felt myself involved in an important and significant event, I felt surrounded by an atmosphere of friendship and kindness.
I would advise people who are just going to start volunteering as soon as possible! Put aside your fears, doubts, and excuses and just take this step. Volunteering guarantees an indescribable experience. It can change not only the lives of others, but also your own!
My name is Jenea. I study at the State University of Moldova at the Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science.
I like working with people but my profession does not imply this; that is why I decided to become a volunteer. When I was new at the RVC, I faced a lot of challenges. I had to overcome the fear I felt and to go on, for the sake of self-development. Step by step, I met new people, heard new stories and found new opportunities. I get motivation from the team I work with, enjoy volunteer activities and feel happy when we help others, and from the emotions we share with the people we help.
Children are open-hearted and very sincere, I like working with them most of all. I wish all volunteers to do what gives them energy and strength. I believe that only by becoming more meaningful and confident you can make other people happy.
Hello everyone! My name is Elena, I am 38 years old and I am a volunteer of the Republican Center! Behind me I have two higher educations: journalism and psychology. After them, I worked for a long time in a bank and a leasing company. Today I am working on my own online project on eco-bags.
In my free time I dance, paint and meditate. How did I become a part of the Russian Exhibition Center? Two years ago, I organized an event to clean up the capital’s park. Pavel came to the cleaning service, who at that time was a volunteer at the Russian Exhibition Center in the “Clean Chisinau” project, and it was he who introduced me to the Center. For two years I took an active part in the “Clean Chisinau” project, and during the pandemic I decided to join the delivery of packages / products for the elderly. At the Center, I found like-minded people whom I did not find in my environment. I am convinced that making the world a better place is much easier for all together, as a team, than alone. I also really enjoy working with the coordinators of the RVC, they manage to gather and organize everyone, it motivates and inspires. And the girls working there are very cool and perky in themselves. For me, everything that happens in the Center is something absolutely amazing, so I cannot mention any one story.
My name is Vadim. I grew up in Chisinau, and graduated in 2016 from Moscow (NRU MGSU) with a degree in construction. Recently, I have been working on a construction site where I do various jobs. I spend my free time playing sports and some Hobbies, including volunteering.
Anyway, I’ve probably been doing volunteer work all my life. But I started developing in this area recently when I met the RVC team.
For me, volunteering is a way to make society better and people around me kinder to others and the world in General.
There is no particularly memorable moment from my volunteer experience as such. But every time I help someone, I am charged with positive energy. Volunteering helps me deal with negative thinking and to make people happy.
For those who are just going to become a volunteer, I would like to advise you to make this decision with your heart, not your brain. Only then will it give you pleasure. Also, support those who want to volunteer, don’t judge them. This is an incredibly useful activity for society. the more such people there are, the better it is for each of us to live in peace.
Hi! My name is Anya Doni and I am a volunteer. My first experience of volunteering was when I was still at school, when my friends and I made Christmas cards for children from an orphanage. And if we talk about a larger, serious project, I took part in the national conference against violence, where, by the way, the idea of a social project created at the Be Do Have summer school was born: “Spune NU Violeneiei”.
I started volunteering because I wanted to help children and do something good for them. At that stage of my life, I could almost say I was wearing pink glasses. Of course, I heard about violence, but it was somehow far from me and more was taken from films, books, and the topics raised at the conference, statistics and frightening facts greatly shocked me. As if I didn’t expect people to be so cruel, especially to children.
I am motivated by the desire to give my best to volunteer – my strength, time, energy, share my positive emotions, and help those who need it. And get positive emotions in return. This must be my dope! I believe that positive emotions are the key to a happy life.
Speaking about the projects I participated in, I immediately remember my sister’s participation in the project “School of life”. Masha asked me to give a lecture about sex education among teenagers. I spent this lesson, realized that I liked it, and most importantly, that the lecture was liked by the children! I also love working on my project “Spune NU violeneiei!” – this project aims to inform teenagers about different types of violence, as well as training them to recognize and respond to violence correctly.
One of the most striking recent events is the presentation of the project to the Summer school Be.Do. Have and receive a certificate from the KMB. I didn’t expect to get this certificate at all and, of course, when your work is appreciated, it is very pleasant. And the very defense of the project was very exciting for me, I was very worried, because I understood that all responsibility for the project lies with me, and since I did not have a team, I could not take into account some shortcomings.
Volunteering is not free work, as some say, but a process that changes the world for the better, and everyone may not feel it individually, but globally – it is, indeed, so!
This year, she has attended a number of workshops for volunteer coordinators, and has already managed to apply the knowledge she gained. She attended Be.Do.Have Summer School and launched a project called Happy Women’s Club which has become very popular. She also attended a very interesting workathon in Mykolaiv, Ukraine (a 3-day workshop at which volunteers solve different social problems in a very short period of time).
She is very enthusiastic about such a great experience, about working in such a wonderful team and all the good deeds she has managed to do for the past year.
Now, Marina needs a new portion of inspiration for new projects!
Hey! I am 20 years old. I am a student, UTM, Electricity.
I learned about the RVC from a young man who was already an active volunteer for the center. Detachment began in July 2020 – she delivered hot meals to lonely, sedentary elderly.Today she is an active volunteer of the CALL CENTER – she is informing the elderly in Chisinau and the regions about RVC projects and the epidemiological situation in the country, helps with the delivery of food to lonely elderly people and congratulates them on the holidays.
Volunteering attracts her with a variety of stories, destinies of older people. With the usual planned informing of the elderly, I got acquainted with the stories of dozens of heads and grandfathers. Hearing various interesting stories from the elderly is one of the main motivators of her activity. For example, my grandmother, when calling, told about her occupation back in the Soviet Union. About how she was a mechanic, how much this profession fascinated her and how much she misses that time. Such short and insignificant, at first glance, things, but they make Leroux think about her profession, about how important it is to love what you do and truly get carried away with your craft and constantly grow and develop professionally.