We are Tineri pentru Comunitate Bistrita, NGO founded in March 2013. Our mission is to promote active citizenship of individuals, groups, particularly children and young people aged between 14 and 35 years through projects and activities of personal and community development.

Recent activities

  • I love volunteering

    March-July 2014 Project financed by the European Commission through the Youth in Action Programme, Youth Exchange sub action Aim of the project: to promote volunteering as a way of personal and professional development Target group: 17 Romanian and English young … Continued

  • Therapeutic readings

    April – November 2014 Project financed by the County Direction for Sports and Youth Main aim: to stimulate the creativity of the volunteers and contribute in the curative process of sick children from Bistrita Nasaud Hospital Target group: 20 young … Continued

  • Romanian-Polish youth exchange

    May- September 2014 Project financed by the City Hall of Bistrita Main aim: to consolidate the cooperation relationship between the Bistrita and its twin city from Poland, Zielona Gora through youth activities Target group: 15 young people aged between 13-30 … Continued

  • Be creative, non aggressive

    Project financed by Bistrita-Nasaud County Council Aim of the project: to fight an aggressive behaviour among students from rural schools through activities that stimulate creativity. Target group: 10 volunteers aged between 14-30 Beneficiaries: 300 young people from rural areas Budget: … Continued

  • Foreign languages laboratory

    Project financed by Youth for the Community Association Aim of the project: to develop communication competences in foreign languages: English, French, German, Portuguese, Corean Target group: 20 volunteers aged between 14-25 Budget: 500 lei     Read the romanian version

  • Handmade workshop

    January 2013 – December 2014 Project financed by Youth for the Community Association Aim of the project: to stimulate creativity of the volunteers by recycling activities. For the moment, we use waste paper such as old magazines in order to … Continued