Het Zavelhuis will soon house 16 young adults with a disability. In the Zavelhuis they can live and work for a lifetime, close to family and friends. Because not everyone has a PVB (person-tracking budget) yet, many external resources are needed. Between 15 October and 28 November 2020, supporters of Het Zavelhuis can walk, run, cycle, rollerblade or skate 40,075km around the world.
In a year in which everything looks different, it is no different for the Sports and Experience Days of the Flemish Government. We exercise and exercise for a whole month. Not at one location, but at different locations .. Above all, we do this not only for ourselves, but also for the Red Cross Flanders. Together we commit to cover the distance to the Moon, which is 384,000 km. If we succeed in this, Sport Vlaanderen will donate 10,000 euros to the Red Cross Flanders. Would you like to make an extra contribution yourself?
During the 24 Hours of Bindkracht on September 12, we want to get as many cyclists as possible moving to raise money for vzw Bindkracht. We ask that everyone who cycles along collects 1 euro per kilometer for Bindkracht. Ask your family, friends and colleagues to support you financially, and then it is up to you to push the pedals during the 24 hours of Bindkracht.
This sporty project ensures that your sports club and the G-sport get a boost in a fun way. 50% of the amount collected by your club goes to the operation of your sports club, the other 50%, after deduction of organisational costs, goes to the G-Sport Parantee-Psylos. Put your best foot forward, drum up your teammates and start this challenge!
Until July 31, 2020, all participants of Kilometers Without Borders want to cover a total of 300,000 kilometers and collect funds through friends, family and colleagues. The funds collected will go to MSF teams working in Europe and around the world to fight the spread of the coronavirus and provide care for patients.Let's all go to great lengths together with our teams to fight this virus!
Young or old, man or woman, rich or poor: the consequences of Covid-19 are affecting us all. To support our heroes on the front line, the King Baudouin Foundation has set up a fund for all hospitals and residential care establishments: the Fund for Supportive Care. As a socially aware company, Siemens would like to contribute to this. In these times of ‘social distancing’ we more than ever want to stress connectivity and commitment
BNI Leuven Mercator -a group of driven, ambitious entrepreneurs- want to join forces and use them for those who need support, especially now. As the underprivileged groups may be the hardest hit by the corona crisis, BNI Leuven Mercator decided to devote itself enthusiastically to non-profit organization ‘t Lampeke.
SNCB, YPTO, Infrabel, TUC RAIL and HR Rail start a challenge to support MSF. Do you like walking, jogging or cycling? You can do so now for a good cause. It goes without saying that the government measures during the corona crisis should be respected. The kilometres that you cover to go to work, on foot or by bike, will of course be taken into account.
Syus encourages healthy and responsible sports and sponsors runners and cyclists to give the best of themselves and exercise for charity for 10 weeks. Maybe a half or full marathon a week is a nice challenge?
ArmenTeKort wants to effectively combat and - ultimately - overcome deprivation on a large scale. By 2023, they want to reach a total of 5.000 Antwerp buddy duos and develop a blueprint for a warmer, dignified society.
Moving Lives and Move4Autism call on everyone to move 15,000 km together during April in the context of World Autism Day on April 2. Participate in your own authentic, colourful way and cover part of the kilometers by walking, running or cycling!
In an OverKop house, as a young person up to 25 years old, you can just walk in and out and do all kinds of fun activities. It is a safe place where you can find a listening ear physically (after the corona measures) or online and can call on professional therapeutic help, without getting a labeled.
Due to the coronavirus, muco patients and their families are faced with a lot of uncertainties: the fact that everyone can potentially be an "invisible" carrier of the virus, the limited availability of mouth masks, the fact that hospital follow-up sometimes has to be postponed and the limitations on the carrying capacity of our healthcare system. To support the muco patients and their families, the Muco association is launching the virtual challenge Move4Air.
Therapists, coaches and teachers who have had their education in Leuven or are still active in Leuven, group under the name "We Care" and, together with Peter Jasper Stuyven, calls for the next 4 months to move 50,000 km together for the benefit of Campus Woudlucht Heverlee
Moving Lives and C-Valley Leuven want to collect 150.000 km & 15.000 euro in 3 months' time for the benefit of UZ Leuven Hospital School and for a more sporty Research Park with focus on wellbeing.