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Looking for fun outings?

Are you an energetic organizational talent and do you like to work with younger people who are less mobile? Then we are looking for you! What are you going to do? - You have a lot of fun with the participants! - You organize fun activities/outings with a small team for younger people (18-60 years old) who are less mobile. - You are available on average for about an hour per week to prepare the outings. - You provide guidance during the activity and help push a wheelchair if necessary. - Occasionally you may help as a driver (if you have a driver's license/car). You: - Likes hanging out with people your own age (18-60 years old). - Thinks organizing outings is great. - Are social and make others happy. - Are creative and think in solutions. We offer you: - A nice group of people where you can be yourself. - Space and opportunity to use and increase your qualities. - Appreciation and support from Zonnebloem, Jong Amstel & More. About us: We are Jong Amstel & Meer and fall under the Amstel and Meer van de Zonnebloem region. We organize fun outings from home (Amstel and Meer region) for younger people (18-60 years old) who are less mobile. Over the past two years we have gone to the beach, visited the theater, enjoyed a high tea and went to the cinema. Do you like to put a smile on someone else's face? Then get to know our friendly team. More information or would you like to make an appointment immediately? Send a message to Talitha or Aaltje.

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Are you an energetic organizational talent and do you like to work with younger people who are less mobile? Then we are looking for you!

What are you going to do?
- You have a lot of fun with the participants!
- You organize fun activities/outings with a small team for younger people (18-60 years old) who are less mobile.
- You are available on average for about an hour per week to prepare the outings.
- You provide guidance during the activity and help push a wheelchair if necessary.
- Occasionally you may help as a driver (if you have a driver's license/car).

You:
- Likes hanging out with people your own age (18-60 years old).
- Thinks organizing outings is great.
- Are social and make others happy.
- Are creative and think in solutions.

We offer you:
- A nice group of people where you can be yourself.
- Space and opportunity to use and increase your qualities.
- Appreciation and support from Zonnebloem, Jong Amstel & More.

About us:
We are Jong Amstel & Meer and fall under the Amstel and Meer van de Zonnebloem region. We organize fun outings from home (Amstel and Meer region) for younger people (18-60 years old) who are less mobile. Over the past two years we have gone to the beach, visited the theater, enjoyed a high tea and went to the cinema.

Do you like to put a smile on someone else's face? Then get to know our friendly team.

More information or would you like to make an appointment immediately? Send a message to Talitha or Aaltje.

Practical information

Weekly from 1 to 2 hours

Location

Haarlemmermeer

Specifics

Suitable for youth

Wheelchair accessible

Impact

For whom

Children & youth

Impact area

Social & wellbeing

Category

Activity guidance
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