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Prasminga tradicija: studentai dalyvavo „Maisto banko“ akcijoje

Prasminga tradicija: studentai dalyvavo „Maisto banko“ akcijojePraėjusį savaitgalį Lietuvoje prekybos centruose vyko labdaros ir paramos fondo „Maisto bankas“ akcija. Kauno kolegijos Kėdainių Jonušo Radvilos studijų centro Socialinės pedagogikos studentai šioje akcijoje dalyvavo savanoriais ir padėjo institucijos socialiniam partneriui VŠĮ „Laisva valia“ (Moterų priklausomybės ligų reabilitacijos centrui) rinkti maisto produktus.

Dėstytojas Nerijus Leikus su reabilitacijos centro direktore Rasa Pakėniene sudarinėjo savanorių sąrašus bei savanoriškos veiklos prekybos centruose grafikus.

Akcijoje savanoriškai dalyvavo I kurso studentės Ernesta Stepenenko, Vita Jankauskaitė ir III kurso studentės Erika Bytautaitė, Giedrė Butkevičiūtė, Sandra Čekanavičienė,  Alina Glybina,  Silvija Kavaliauskaitė,  Agnė Laužeckaitė, Ieva Mankoliūnaitė, Eglė Uoselytė,  Gabrielė Venytė.

Kolegijos pagalba šiais metais buvo išskirtinė tuo, kad joje dalyvavo ir institucijos Erasmus studentai iš Turkijos – Ercan Berna, Yeşilöz Agit, Özgül Özge, Türkmen Amine. Taip pat prisijungė bei  12  Kauno Antano Smetonos gimnazijos mokinių.

Studentų atsiliepimai apie akciją

Agnė Laužeckaitė: Trumpai savo nuomone galiu pasakyt, kad visokie žmonės dalyvauja akcijoje, vieni nuoširdžiai aukoja, kiti aukoja, bet patys nesuprasdami aukojimo tikslo. Yra nemažai žmonių, kurie yra visiškai nejautrūs šitai akcijai, jie vis bando prikišti, kad ir jiems yra sunku, ir jiems ta pagalba tiek pat reikalinga.

Gabrielė Venytė: Šių metų „Maisto banko“ iniciatyva man labai patiko. Vėl užplūdo geros emocijos. Kažkam nusišypsojus ir paskatinus paaukoti, kitas, kuriam labai reikia, gaus reikalingiausių maisto produktų. ,,Žiauriai“ geras jausmas. Tos kelios valandos labai greitai prabėgo, o ypač smagiai laikas tiksėjo, nes su mumis „Maisto banko“ akcijoje savanoriauti sutiko Erasmus studentai iš Turkijos, kurie tikrai nuoširdžiai stengėsi ir išmokti lietuviškai pasakyti ,,paaukokite“ bei sveikinosi su žmonėmis tik lietuviškai. Gražu buvo stebėti iš šalies.

Aišku buvo tokių momentų, kuomet tekdavo ir nuliūsti, nes matėme, kai tikrai eina pasiturintys žmonės, šeimos, mes juos kviečiame prisidėti, o jie visiškai ignoruodavo mus. Na, bet yra geras posakis: – ,,Visokių yra, visokių reikia“.

Sandra Čekanavičienė: Esu labai laiminga ir patenkinta, kad sudalyvavau „Maisto banko“ akcijoje. Taip gera daryti gera. Taip pat noriu pasidžiaugti ir už tuos, kurie nebuvo abejingi, paaukojo ir nepraėjo pro šalį.

Eglė Uoselytė: Man labai patiko prisijungti prie „Maisto banko“ savanorių ir padėti surinkti maisto produktų. Atsidurti visai kitokioje aplinkoje, nei esu pratusi. Nustebino tai, kad labai daug žmonių norėjo prisijungti prie akcijos. Noriu labai padėkoti tiems, kurie prisidėjo prie geresnės ateities kūrimo.

Amine Türkmen: It was a very good experience for me because I have been at the event like this for the first time in my life. People helped a lot. This was amazing for me. Actually I did not expect that people will help so much. By the way, I love very much this help. I think that help should be in every place. I had so much fun with others. I was really happy for helping people. I hope I was really helpful. Thank you.

Berna Ercan: I had a great time in activity of Maisto bankas last weekend. First of all we went to shopping centre “Akropolis” and we made the distribution of tasks between us. I and Sandra stood next to the shopping trolley. We took the products which customers bought. I gave little calendars by saying “Ačiū” to customers. It was so nice experience to me, because I saw the people faces while I was saying “Ačiū” to them.  They were smiling so beautiful when I gave those calendars. I am so happy that I had the opportunity to be there. The interest was very big for the Food Bank activity. The shopping trolley was being filled in a short time. So we had to carry the products somewhere else every few minutes. But I wasn’t tired at all. It was ever fun for me. I learnt Lithuanian names of some products when we were carrying them. Sandra, other girls and lady who is the director of rehabilitation centre were so happy that I was trying to learn some Lithuanian words. I had some interesting experience during this activity. All parents who were helping during this activity wanted that their children put the products to our shopping trolley. Most of the children did what their parents wanted to do. But there was a shy boy who didn’t want to put two packet of pasta. His father has talked for a 5-10 minutes to convince him and I was watching at them for a few minutes. Unfortunately, the father couldn’t convince him. But it was so nice that he talked with him and told that there is nothing to be ashamed of.  After they finished their little conversation they came to our shopping trolley, the father put two packet of pasta. However, I gave the little calendar to little boy and I said “Ačiū” to him. I hope, he will be brave next time.

Unfortunately, there were some rude people. One of them tried to put some alcohol to our shopping trolley. Then Agne said “You can’t put these” but he just laughed and said “Why not?”. Another one threw the ticket which the girls gave for activity and said “This is my payment”. Those moments were bad but they couldn’t ruin this beautiful activity.

After all, I had a great time in this activity. These two days were unforgettable memories for me. Thank you for giving us this opportunity.

Özgül Özge: First of all, food bank activity was so nice for me. During this time I had the opportunity to know the Lithuanian people more closely. Markets are the best place to see every segment of society: oldies, adults, teens, children, poor or rich people etc. I had various duties, for example: I was giving tickets to the customers, was walking around the market and collected left tickets. According to my experiences people who have child are more interested than others and they wanted to teach this helping activity to their children. But a lot of teens ignored us when we were giving tickets and they were looking very insensitive about this help campaign. During this activity I never experienced a disturbing and impolite behaviour. My group friends were very helpful and friendly. Of course we had some interesting moments, one of them: old woman told us “I have six cats so I need help to feed them”.

Eventually, I am very glad to be a part of this activity and this lovely team.

 

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