We are a grassroot movement of volunteers sharing similar values and passions, offering our time and skills, to fellow human beings all over the world. We are all well-travelled and have long realized that despite of our differences we are all ONE. Our habitat is a dot in the outskirts of this universe, an alive and everchanging planet. Should we wish to evolve and prosper we need to help each other in any way we can. Towards that aim we have decided to form volunteering groups travelling to places in need worldwide to make a difference by designing and implementing educational, cultural and infrastructure programmes.
Currently we have members in Europe, Africa and US and we are looking forward to welcoming volunteers from all continents.
The uniqueness of our group lies on the fact that each trip is fine result of a collective effort by all our volunteers and the local communities, a real synthesis of ideas, skills and cultures perfectly intertwined while treating each other as equal, irrespective of nationality, gender beliefs or religion.
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Share love Travel TANZANIA
Helena Stamou and Eleni Angelidou, driven by love for fellow human beings, offering, volunteering and traveling, following their voluntarism trip to Tanzania last year, where they saw and experienced the shortcomings of local communities in basic needs andespecially those of the children, wondered what they can do in this direction. When a young man contacted them mentioning that there were 50 orphans in Mtakuja village, at the foot of Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania, who needed help they decided to act.
They envisioned and created the Share, Love, Travel Project which includes a group of 20 people traveling to Mtakuja Village in Tanzania from 27/2 until10/3/2020, in order to deliver clothing, annual health insurance for 50 orphans, 30 football sportwear sets,10 boxes with toys and educational materials for the 400 children of the local primary school. The volunteers will also be actively involved in the construction of 10 new school toilets, since the existing 3 toilets cause children to be affected by various diseases which results in them leaving school. The group is in constant communication with the local CBO ‘Willing to Support Orphans’ and the local community who awaits the Greek mission with joy and eagerness!
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Save the Date 12/3/21: Online Photo Exhibition “Be the change you want to see in the world”
Share, Love, Travel has the pleasure to invite you to its first online photography exhibition with title: “Be the change, you want to see in the world” documenting last year’s mission to Mtakuja village in Kilimanjaro area, in Tanzania. Be the first to get a glimpse of the amazing spirits of children and women that […]
Photography Exhibition- TAF –The Art Foundation / 6-11 February, 2020
Collective photographic exhibition having as a main theme: ”Faces, everydaylife in Africa”. There will be 10 photographers participating in the exhibition from Greece, Cyprous, Italy: Eleni Angelidou, Alexandros Tsoutis, Maro Kouri, Stefano Attanasio Fratini, Aleka Efthivoulou, Dimitris Mpalatsouras. During the opening of the exhibition there will be a speech and screening of sceens from a […]
African dance workshops with Share Love travel / December 2, 2019 & January 26, 2020 6-8 p.m
The money raised from this event will be used to support the orphan children of the Mtakuja village in Tanzania by Share Love Travel. The duration will be 120 minutes and we will be accompanied by the sounds of traditional African music. All our lesson is beeing held at: Yeleen –West African dance & music, […]
Theatrical play: Up High! / January 25, 2020, 9 p.m.
The show is based on one leading character aided by music and five chairs. The audience is directly involved and will determine the characters and the plot live. The audience will be the driving force of the act. How many will the characters be? Staring 5 characters and Apostolos Giouvritsas. The theatrical play will support […]