Taking care of sports field for the community
Description: Tabor Sport Association was founded in 1907, so it’s more then 110 years old association. Society members and supporters contributed money, materials and voluntary work for the Sokol Hall to be built in 1926. Majority of the people who work in our spot association have this strong inner feeling of belonging to our association, which makes our working environment very pleasant. We hope we can transfer some of this feelings to Volunteers and make their stay with as as comfortable and pleasant as possible. Our main goal is going to be restoration of the fence. We want to have a good working atmosphere in which people will feel positive and motivated. That way we are going to work with the smile on on our faces and finish the job in time.
Type of Work: Volunteers will have a chance to do some physically work outside. Work will be manual but no ttoo demanding - painting a fence. Spending time working outside will improve your physical and mental health. Two volunteers daily are going to prepare the meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner).
Study Theme: Volunteers are going to learn history about our Sports Association and our old building - Sokol Hall.. They are going to stay in our sport hall and will be able to use our sporting facilities: basketball court, volleyball court, table tennis, etc. Our goal is going to be restoration of the fence which goes around the whole playground. Volunteers will have the opportunity to enjoy their free time in a beautiful city - Ljubljana is the green capital of a green country. We hope that employees of Tabor Sports Association and volunteers will connect and form great friendships!
Accommodation: Volunteers will be accommodated in our sport hall. They have to bring their own sleeping bag, camping mattress and pillow. Volunteers will use toilets and showers which are in the sports hall.
Requirements: Volunteers should have the motivation for physically work outside. Experience with removal of paint from the fence and with painting metal fences are welcome, but not binding.