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Find out about our ongoing projects and programs in 2021



voluntary service

(financed by JRD and Kaunas City Municipality) - intensive 6 months. 40 h / month volunteer program. Recognized benefits and a graduation fee of 0.25 on admission to higher education.



solidary corps

intensive volunteering abroad from 2 to 12 months. 6-8 hours / day. Travel and living expenses are covered. Recognized benefits and a graduation fee of 0.25 on admission to higher education. AC Patria is the sending, hosting and coordinating organization. (EU funded)




a national project for unemployed, uneducated (NEET) young people aged 15-29. One of the offered activities is volunteering lasting 1-6 months, volunteering every day for 4-8 hours. (80-100 hours per month). Part of the costs incurred are covered, pocket money is paid. AC Patria is responsible for coordinating volunteering.


Open youth

centre "Vartai"

operates as an open youth center and is an accredited children’s day center. Designed for young people aged 14-29. (Funded by JRD, SADM)



Scholarship program

It is aimed at young people aged 17-23 who have grown up in care and are in secondary, vocational or higher education. Individual help and financial incentive for learners. (Funded by the German Kiderdorfer in Lithuania Foundation)


Project for youth

growing up in care

Empowering young people in foster care to live independently and integrate into the labor market -the project is aimed at strengthening the independence, life and work skills of young people who have left care institutions. Opportunity to receive individual services and accompaniment, get acquainted with professions, try different professions in apprenticeship. (Funded by the EU Social Fund)


"Accompanied adolescence"


Part of the EU and Kaunas City Municipality funded Community Family House project for 13-17 year olds. The program includes 8 group meetings after 2.5 hours, an outgoing 2-day weekend and individual consultations on issues of concern to young people.



small step"

A project funded by the Active Citizens' Fund, supported by EEA and Norwegian funds, to strengthen the participation and involvement of young people in difficulty. The project also strengthens the competencies and skills of the organization.