You can help transform someone’s life while having fun and doing something new and exciting in another country. The Erasmus+ programme of the EU fund our projects, and we (Ikkaido) organise them. You will gain all sorts of new skills, plus getting an Erasmus+ YouthPass which looks great on your CV or your university application. You can even become a Leader for which we give you training and even a qualification. Projects usually last a week and might happen three or more times in different European countries. Previous projects…
Our next trip is to Tallinn in Estonia, followed by Centerparcs in the UK and then Stockholm Sweden
Incredibly, everything is FREE! Yes, FREE! Thanks to the Erasmus+ EU funding, FREE accommodation, food, flights and travel.
Who can apply?
Each project has different criteria, but most Erasmus+ projects are for young people aged 14 -26. Ikkaido want to reach those who need it most and encourage you to apply if you:
If you are the parent or guardian of a participant with a disability, you can come on the trip as their carer.
Ikkaido is a registered NGO at the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs. Ikkaido is a member of the United Nations Global Compact for Sustainable Development Goals and a signatory to the UNESCO Marseilles Declaration on inclusion in sport. Ikkaido is a member of the non-political groups Disability Action Alliance and Disability Rights UK.