Supported actions

Discover the projects that we support (list established starting from 2012)!

Please note that all of these projects have gained our financial support only by responding to our call for projects. Any spontaneous application for financial support will not be accepted.
Ades 2.0 (Brussels)

ADES 2.0 is an initiative of the ADES (Ecological and Social Democratic Alternatives) network, which aims to offer a place where youngsters can meet and develop new ideas.

J100 (Antwerp)

With their "J100" project, Antwerp youth organizations want to strengthen the position of young people in the city by giving them a voice. 

A collective kitchen garden from the youth house of Jalhay-Sart

Through its project of a collective kitchen garden, the youth house of Jalhay-Sart wants to open its garden to all those who want to actively engage in the community life of Jalhay-Sart.

Cachet (Flemish Brabant)

 The heart of Cachet's activity is the creation of meetings between and by young people who have had an experience in the youth aid system.

Maroll's (Brussels)

Maroll's is a socio-educational project carried out by the Marolles Scout Unit and it is intended for a vulnerable public and their families.

Mayor @ Your town (Flanders)

With the help of young people and local authorities, the organisation [ew32] created a unique project launched in four Flemish cities (Ninove, Diest, Maasmechelen, Bornem).

Je mène à (Malmédy)

The organisation "Couleur Café", located in Malmédy, wants to offer youngsters better future prospects.

"De Put" (Bruges-North)

Last year in 2016, some young people from Bruges-North decided to build their own secret youth house as a creative response to the lack of youth centers in their neighborhood.

Vormingscentrum Foyer - Roma Plus (Brussels)

A project to offer guidance to extremely vulnerable young people from an immigrant background (mostly young Romas) for getting into education and work, thereby improving their integration into the school and labour market.

Odyssée - Guidance for adolescent school drop-outs (Brussels)

A non-profit organisation which seeks out young people who are threatening to drop out of school and helps them get back on track.

WerkVormm - Junior Engineering (Antwerp)

Organises workshops outside school hours to introduce children and young people (5th and 6th year of primary education and 1st year of secondary education) to technology.

Perspectives - Digital stage technology (Flémalle)

A project where poorly educated and/or long-term unemployed young people between 18 and 24 can receive basic training in and collaborate on a light and sound show over 9 months.

De Schoolbrug - From chaos to zen in the classroom (Antwerp)

An in-school guidance route where teachers, classes and parents work together as equal partners to prevent school drop-outs (during the preparation, implementation and aftercare).

La Teignouse AMO – Tutoring to help you grow (Comblain-Au-Pont)

Een project voor en door jongeren, waarbij jonge scholieren leren van oudere, meer ervaren school- of studiegenoten

Next Generation, Please!' - Bozar

The main goals for this project are to encourage a reflexion in which the youngsters take the lead, around the challenges face by Europe in general and social cohesion in particular, in order to encourage the European youth to take an active part in the construction of the future of Europe.

With the support of logo pv group