Serve the City Luxembourg wouldn’t have grown a lot without the help from our partners, friends and supporters.
With these relationships and their support, we can exist as an independent
not-for-profit organisation in Luxembourg, which welcomes everyone to serve!
Thank you so much for your support!
We are currently updating this page – more partners coming soon!
ZAK - Zesummen Aktiv
ZAK is helping young people with disabilities to connect through various sports and many other great activities.
Serve the City is really enjoying helping our new partner with their regular basketball practice.
FAL - Fondation Autisme Luxembourg
FAL was established on 6 October 1996 at the initiative of a group of concerned parents who had gathered together to address the lack of structures and services for people with autism in Luxembourg. These parents wished to provide care for their children that would be appropriate to their disability and would foster their autonomy in a quality environment that matched their needs. The main aim of the Foundation was thus defined as promoting and defending the rights of persons with autism in Luxembourg, irrespective of the level of their disability.
Stëmm vun der Strooss
Founded in 1996 and funded by the Department of Health, Stëmm vun der Strooss work for the social and professional integration of disadvantaged people. The homeless, the unemployed, GMI recipients, ex-offenders, asylum-seekers, migrants and people with mental disorders and/or drug addicts, alcohol and drugs are its customers. Stëmm offers services such as a coffee shop “Treffpunkt”, a free medical clinic, a local free distribution of clothes and a social housing agency.
Serve the City works alongside Stëmm in our regular Street Food project, meeting the Homeless and giving them food. We offer this project on those days that Stëmm is closed, to help meet that need. We benefit greatly from Stëmm’s long experience working with the Homeless.
FMPO - Fondation Maison De La Porte Ouverte
FMPO works in the interest of children, youth, families, women, young mothers, and migrant workers in distress and experiencing social or psychological crisis, providing shelter, services and activities for these groups.
Serve the City has partnered with FMPO on a number of projects, including Redecorating, Beauty Days for women, Craft Days for children, and other practical projects.
Croix Rouge Luxembourgeoise
Croix Rouge – DropIn is a health clinic for sex-workers offering medical, social, psychological, and material to any sex-worker in need. This service also fights against sex-workers’ social exclusion (discrimination in housing, employment, etc.) and organises prevention campaigns against sexually transmitted diseases.
Croix Rouge – Foyer Eich is a temporary home for asylum seekers in Luxembourg.
Foyer Sud - Fraen an Nout
Founded in 1987 and managed by the National Council of Women of Luxembourg, Foyer Sud is a residential centre for women in distress, with or without children.
Their main objectives are to provide shelter to women; inform women about their rights and duties; help women regain confidence in themselves, to support them in their decision-making and in their dealings with social services, administrative, legal, etc. and accompany women on their way to independence.
Serve the City is working with Foyer Sud to redecorate their building and create a welcoming environment for the women and their children.
Een Häerz fir kriibskrank Kanner
Een Häerz fir kriibskrank Kanner asbl is a non political, non religious organisation which helps families with kids who have been diagnosed with cancer.
VDL - Service Seniors
The Senior Service of Luxembourg City supports the needs of the elderly. It manages the remote alarm system and takes care of the social care of the elderly. In addition, the Senior Service organizes a range of social activities for the elderly, including a popular bi-annual Gala Dance.
Serve the City is pleased to be partnering with the Service Seniors to support their social activities for elderly people in our city.
Friends and Supporters
ANCL - All Nations Church Luxembourg
Serve the City is forever grateful and full of warm fluffy feelings when we think about the good people over at All Nations Church of Luxembourg, who saw the potential of Serve the City and kicked off the Serving Revolution by offering financial and motivational support at the beginning of our journey and still nowadays.
Serve the City Luxembourg is part of a greater, global, network of organisations serving cities all over the world.
We love them all and feel especially connected with our friends at Serve the City Brussels, who we learned so much from and who inspired us to kick this off in Luxembourg.