Welum engages in promoting a universal voluntarism movement through displaying the work and stories of International Red Cross or Red Crescent youth volunteers in this short film – ”We Volunteer”.
How often is it that we focus on the great work done by the ones creating the future— the youth volunteers all over the world making the future a better place to live?
Welum worked with youth volunteers to create a display of why it is so important to participate, help others, and be part of a global community. "We Volunteer" displays the history of the efforts of young people across the globe and why it is important for individuals to be part of this family of fun, creativity, and effort.
The work between the youth members and Welum is based on the common belief that young people strive to have a conscious mindset and want to care for and share with each other. The Welum-produced film wants to reach out to young people that have a common goal of living consciously, making decisions, and caring about the future of a globalized world.
The film displays not only the work of the young volunteers, but also the thought and community behind this work. This film shows how a common goal can bring people together in a global way and how young people define the future.
“Welum and the volunteers from Red Cross or Red Crescent Society came together to shed light on the invaluable work done by youth volunteers all over the world. At Welum, we prize a conscious mindset and herald the people who follow their passion and make a difference in this world.
“Collaboration, community, team work, empathy, and taking action are but a few of our shared values, and to celebrate the commitment of youth in the Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies and encourage others to join the movement, we have created a short film. The film is a peek into the world of youth volunteering, and it aims to celebrate voluntarism and bridge the efforts of passionate youth across continents.
“Enjoy, and remember to check out your national Red Cross organization and all its efforts to make this world a better place for tomorrow,” stated Welum’s Creative Director, Sara Bøgh.
Share the link and message. Use the material to interact with others so that they might be inspired by and commit to the same efforts as the volunteers in the film.
The film will be supported by an online publication, to be released in May 2018.
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All material has been based on volunteer contributions and material from the public IFRC channels.