A social initiative provides places to stay for medical and Red Cross teams so they don’t have to worry about transportation, commuting, or exposing their families to the virus.
To support children with oncological diseases to overcome the boredom during lockdown, the LAD project has created a virtual space for them to share stories, magic, and more.
To ease the loneliness during the lockdown, children painted pictures to be given to retirement home residents as Easter presents.
A project started by the Emilia Romagna region helps children to maintain relationships with each other and strengthens their imagination skills.
A teacher in the UK turned a local bus stop into a community art gallery to which everyone can contribute.
To bring fun and distraction to children and to help improve their mental wellbeing during the lockdown, a charity delivers books to local families.
Fans of a German football club are replaced in the stadiums by cardboard cutouts. This project supports local businesses and charities.
To keep track of the things happening in the municipality of Milan, a website displays both the city’s services and mutual aid as well as community activities.
To support people in need, people can donate goods while doing their shopping. The donations are then distributed by the municipality.
An online platform in Italy allows people to easily share their skills and competencies with others.
A youth-led initiative collects donations to support the poorest households in Lebanon with food supplies.
Children in Barcelona can share their stories, pictures and drawings to a collective online diary. After the lockdown, it will be part of a public exhibition.
An Italian municipalitiy started a campaign to encourage people to combine jogging or walking with picking up trash, as a lockdown-compatible activity.
To care for homeless people during the pandemic whilst protecting public health, health professionals and social workers offer assistance in Bratislava.
An initiative set up the largest database of requests for medical facilities and retirement homes in Slovakia. Within one month of its founding, the initiative managed to provide protective equipment and devices worth 1.3 million EUR.
The municipality of Reggio Emilia created a new section on its website where young people can find local online projects and services.
An online platform connects students from several European countries so they can share their perspectives on the coronavirus crisis.
An Italian municipality engages its youth in an Instagram challenge on how to stay positive at home.