Change perspective on disability!

The Child’s Dream Project (‘Rêves de Gosse’) aims at promoting acceptance of disability through educational activities between extraordinary and ordinary children from 6 to 14-years-old.

Throughout a school year, children touched by disability (‘extraordinary’) and children from ordinary schools participate in our JCI organised collective activities.

Our theme of 2020-2021 edition is nature!

Children surrounded by nature experience an ever-changing environment that stimulates all of their senses. Being in nature encourages children’s intellectual, emotional, social and physical development.

This year in Belgium, 159 children from schools, including les Moineaux II, le Grand Tour, and Blocry municipal school, will learn together regardless of perceived differences.

Bringing to life the oldest dream of man to fly and rub shoulders with birds!

The project will culminate with a big event full of positive emotions at the Beauvechain Air Base. Our Child’s Dream project is part of an international programme comprising ten stopover towns in France and Belgium. The founder organisation – a French association ‘Chevaliers du Ciel’ –  is led by professional French pilots who have been sharing their passion for flying with underprivileged children for 25 years, bringing to life the oldest dream of man to fly. On 28 of September, we will offer aeroplane flights to all children participating in the project in Belgium.

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You can donate us via our fundraising campaign on Gofundme. Interested in corporate funding? Consult our partnership dossier (in French).

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Organisers

Three JCI chapters in Brussels have joined their forces for the Rêves de Gosses project:

JCI The Heart of Europe (English-speaking chapter)

JCI Bruxelles (French-speaking chapter)

JCI Brussel (Dutch-speaking chapter)

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JCI THOE project contact: Jovita Uzdavinyte at Jovita.uzdavinyte@jcithoe.com