A question that comes up time and time again is, “Where can I donate the household or personal items I just don't need anymore?” There are numerous organisations in Luxembourg that are happy to relieve you of what you no longer need - Katrin Iannizzi is here to suggest a few.
In the true spirit of Christmas, we have compiled a list of ways to help others in Luxembourg.
Meet Annica Törneryd; extraordinary expat, leadership coach and founder of ACT2exceed. Annica is passionate about ensuring people reach their life goals and live life to their full potential. She also has an exclusive offer for City Savvy readers where you could win a life changing 1:1 coaching session with Annica!
ThinkPinkLux supports women living in Luxembourg in their fight with the day to day reality of cancer. Find out more about this fantastic organisation.
There are innumerable studies about how dogs improve the lives of their owners, but what if you could improve the life of a dog? At the Deierenasyl Gasperich dog shelter, you can do just that.
City Savvy's own Bex Stapleford volunteered her time and energy to helping out at the Refugee Community Kitchen in Calais. Here's her account of her time there and a way that you can help from Luxembourg.
A notice from Serve the City, a movement of volunteers, who believe that many people doing small things together makes a big difference. World Autism...
If you are interested in helping the refugees of Luxembourg, this article details some practical ways to support their integration into the community.
Female foodies unite! Come to the Hub Dot Supper Club.
If you would like to help refugees and migrants, here are some initiatives in Luxembourg for you to support.
CalAid Luxembourg is a group of volunteers collecting urgently-needed donations for those living in the Calais migrant camps. Read this to know how you can help.
Find out how to be a part of a fundraising event for the children of asylum seekers at the Foyer St Antoine, by attending the Mosel Opening Exhibit of the Art of AMTE.