If Walls Could Talk

Written by
Rate this item
(0 votes)

December 22 marks the day we say goodbye to the Volunteer House on Avenida de Mayo and start a new chapter in Pacheco.

The new Voluntario Global project in Pacheco looks forward to the first volunteers of 2017. Surely, new stories will come to life in Pacheco, like those lived in "the House" of Avenida de Mayo.

If walls could talk, they will surely tell us about the thousand stories they have seen happen; about the thousand volunteers from every corner of the world; about the many different languages they listened to. The tears and laughter, kisses and hugs, welcomes and goodbyes ... countless moments that will remain in the echo of these walls forever.

As a farewell, we want to share some of the messages that were left on the walls of our "beloved house". Surely we will miss it, but also, the new space in Pacheco will be filled with life and new stories.

Read 11198 times

Related items

It's NOT a Resignation, it's a Coup!

After learning about the coup d’etat against president Evo Morales, the social organizations of Argentina stand up to defend democracy and peace in our continent.  Voluntario Global and Pacheco Community marched in solidarity with the Bolivian people who have worked hard to build a sovereign country based on social justice.

Four-week Language Immersion Study Trip to England

This is an opportunity to maximize your English language skills by means of an immersion study trip.

Empowering Youth and Promoting Critical Thinking through Gardening

Harvesting gives us power & independence, it's time to recognize its value

Seeking Solutions as a Community

In Voluntario Global's latest volunteers meeting we gathered around a table filled with snacks and mate to spend the afternoon and get to know each other, while discussing social and political topics and trying to figure out solutions to different problems that we now face within our society.

Interview with Volunteer Ambassador Neil West

In this interview, Volunteer Ambassador Neil West tells us about his experience in Buenos Aires volunteering, for a second time, with Voluntario Global.

Voluntario Global Ambassador Neil West

I have been working in Health and Social Care for many years and recently took a career break to travel and volunteer.

Embracing Discomfort alongside Good Intentions

A recent study by The Omprakash Foundation on critical service-learning, explored the experiences of three students engaged in international volunteer programs and found that feelings of disappointment, alienation, frustration, and confusion are to be expected and even celebrated when they emerge through students’ engagements with difference.

Login to post comments


Voluntario Global helps local communities by being available to discuss anything that local organizations need, and offering ideas for further change and development.


Location: General Pacheco. Buenos Aires. Argentina
Email: jfranco@voluntarioglobal.org

© Copyright 2016 luppino.com.ar