WHAT MAKES US UNIQUE
Our local and EVS volunteers work tirelessly every day to give their contribution to the community. Our team is composed of beautiful, unique, positive-minded people who give meaning and significance to everything we do.
From youngsters to kids to elderlies – our activities address people of every age and every status. We work with passion, dedication, and utter focus to make sure that we give back to the community, make new connections, and share experiences.
Big hearts, smiles, empathy, sensitivity and much more. At Wild Carpathia, we put passion and love in everything we do – that is what makes our work worth it.
OUR FUTURE PLANS
Here, imagination and innovation are always in the air. Our plans for the future get more and more exciting every single day. Join us and be part of our wonderful team!
#1 local and evs volunteers
#3 activity facilitators
Alexandra Negrei (Ada)
Bogdan Sirius Negrei
Marina Medelete (Mede)
Florentina Marcus (Flori)
Daughter of the Duke of Milan, Grand Duchess of Bari and Queen of Poland. Bona Sforza in the sixteenth century was a prominent figure in European history, and she is responsible for many of the interventions that have contributed to the progress of Bari from the Middle Ages to the Renaissance, as the settlement of[…]
Promoting EVS in schools Volunteering is a great way to give something back to the community, to have some work experience and see the world from a different ancle. So as volunteers it is our duty to share our beautiful experience with others and courage them to take a step on a volunteering journey by[…]
Visiting ADA Sighisoara ADA Sighişoara is a local organization that aims at protecting animals at local level by creating conditions, shelter and treatments for maltreated, sick, hit or abandoned dogs. It was founded in 2001 and has 20 members. The president of the association is Monica Fernengel, who has managed, with great effort, to develop[…]
Halloween party 2017 31st of October in other countries is known as Halloween and this celebration have found its way also to Romania where it’s popular amongst kids and youngsters. So we created a fun party to celebrate this event. We all were wearing different costumes, there were prisoners, princesses and all sorts of animals.[…]
EVS project- ”Did you know?” Hello everyone! We are the volunteers from the EVS project “Did you know?”, we are eight guys from several countries of Europe (Italy, France, Estonia and Greece) who joined this project in Brasov to collaborate with the community and develop many projects, such as music contests, sport activities, movie nights[…]
DID YOU KNOW? “Did you know?” contest is an event open to people of every age to learn in the most creative way general culture skills through curiosity and sharing knowledges and information. The language used will be English and this will be a great opportunity for participant to improve speaking and understanding skills[…]
3 years of hard work, fun and incredible people On 19th of October we celebrated our third birthday, I say ‘’we’’ cause I feel like we are all part of this organization that has become our family. So celebration of Wild Carpathia’s birthday for me was a celebration of our family. It was filled with[…]
‘’We are fools whether we dance or not, so we might as well dance.’’ Every day we discover new things about each other and continue to surprise each other. Our newest volunteer Laura surprised us with her passion for swing dance and her will to teach us a little bit of her devotion to this[…]
Wild Carpathia volunteers are always up for new challenges and free food It all started with a phone call from Miss Maria who was asking for help from Wild Carpathia volunteers to help her harvest the grapes and the most important part- it needed to be a surprise for her husband. When we got offered[…]
Billion star hotel, animal kingdom and the ultimate Romanian experience Few weeks ago we went on another adventure, it seems like every weekend we go to get some adrenaline. We started our journey mid-day Saturday from our beloved Sighisoara. Our first stop was gas station because the car doesn’t move without fuel and volunteers don’t[…]