Help and Travel. Europe


Who is behind this?

Denys Andrushchenko

Help and Travel


Idea Sketch | Proposal


Idea pitch

1 bus, 7 days, 7 different locations, 30 young Europeans of various ethnic background on board. 5 such tours in different European countries. Suggest your options in comments!

Where will your idea take place?

Balkans, Central Europe, Eastern Europe

Why does Europe need your idea?

Europe needs unity and common vision of its citizens. Volunteering unites people who devote their time and passion to others. Help and Travel will gather such changemakers and boost their network like a grass-root movement. What is more, H&T alumni will be able to deliver true picture of the country they have visited and foster tolerance among their peers.

Does Europe need such initiative? You decide.
If this idea gathers 500 supporters, we will talk to investors. The project requires approximately 42,000 EUR but we ask for symbolic 12 EUR. We believe that money is not the key.

What is your impact?

We vision: > 150 participants from across Europe;
> 5 tours throughout the summer 2016;
> 35 locations in 10 countries;
> 4,000 people influenced directly;
> 82,000 people influenced indirectly.

How do you get there?

> Contact local activists and define problematic areas;
> Invite active European youth to face the challenge;

> Travel on bus; 5 tours overall in
1. Slovenia + Croatia
2. Greece + Albania
3. Austria + Serbia
4. Bulgaria + Macedonia
5. Czech Republic + Slovakia + Poland;

> Boost grass roots by keeping contact with all visited locations and H&T alumni.

What is your story?


Who are you doing it for?


What makes your idea stand apart?


€ 12,-

Funding requested from Advocate Europe

€ 42000,-

Total budget

Major expenses


What do you need from the Advocate Europe community?

Tell us about specific problems in rural regions of your European country. Also, we expect you to influence the list of countries for visiting by Help and Travel!



Idea created on March 13, 2015
Last edit on Oct. 30, 2017

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