Happy Camps highlights the value of sport activities. Through those, the members of the club not only are having fun, but also are keeping a healthy lifestyle. For this purpose, there were created, besides a Happy Camps football team, many events that are promoting sports.
Specialists in this domain are making sure that our adolescents take part in personal development courses and not only, they also improve them to be more attractive.
Happy Camps’s members enjoy working efficiently and with an aim!
Our HC volunteer team ensure unconditional entertainment, regardless of location, time or the party’s theme.
H.C.S organization is the family which gives teenagers from everywhere value for their leisure time through non formal education, volunteering and, of course, lots of entertainment. For each one of these young people, the question ‘’What have you done in your high school years?’’ has certainly the prompt answer ‘’Happy Camps’’. Why? Because our volunteers are open people, comunicative and always there to help.
Currently, we are over 200 volunteers from Brasov, Bucharest, Sibiu, Cluj and Braila. The club’s members are guided by 4 concepts they have managed to combine in such way that is both pleasant and beneficial for their evolution: sport, non formal education, work and entertainment.
If we still have not made you curious, we will let the photos speak for themselves. Words would not be good enough to help express the huge family we have created. Keep it simple, keep it Happy camps!
“ The HCSq team helped me discover my passion for working with people, thinking about projects and embodying them. HappyCamps is a developmental opportunity for any young person in a motivated and very well organized environment, with an emphasis on education, sports, work and, last but not least, fun.”
“HCSq is not only a team of volunteers, but also a family of teenagers who have learned to be responsible, without forgetting to have fun. Besides the fact that I developed qualities that I didn't even know I could acquire, I also learned what friendship actually means.”