Involved in animal rights organisations from an early age and a fervent supporter of WWF, Greenpeace and Sea Shepherd, I was inspired very early on by a career in the humanitarian field. I took part in fundraising events, in protests against certain bills (hunting with hounds, animal testing, bullfights, circus animals…) and I have always made donations to animal protection associations. It therefore seemed only natural to me to develop this passion within my personal and professional life, and to continue to support local organisations in their fight for animal welfare and environmental protection.
Freepackers Care is a non-profit organisation registered in France. Our mission is to encourage participation in ethical and sustainable development projects. We promote access to learning through immersive, cultural, and solidarity-based travel in safe environments.
We work to connect NGOs, social welfare organisations, or governmental bodies with volunteers from all around the world. We offer volunteer projects, work placements and immersive experiences that aim to strengthen global cohesion and participatory engagement.
As humanitarian travel professionals, we are committed to staying informed and sharing our knowledge of the social and environmental issues that our partners deal with on a daily basis. Connecting people to each other and to their environment is the first step in an international project.
Therefore, we strive to inspire and inform on various topics such as different ways to travel with an impact, local actions, environmental and social issues, etc. through writing blog articles, interviews in the press, partnerships with sector actors, and participating in forums and exhibitions.