General information

Within a committee you organize activities with other students. Being a committee member means that you will have a meeting once in two weeks and you will spend around 1 or 2 hours a week in your committee work. Committee members deal with the content of the activities, finding locations, promotion of the activities and acquisition.

On this page we will update you about our committees and if you can still join the committee.

At the beginning of each school year the committees of Serve the City Tilburg will restart. We are currently exploring the options of setting up an international committee! By filling in this form you show that you are interested in becoming a committee or day volunteer at Serve the City Tilburg, in the 2022-2023 school year. We will contact you around August after completing this form to ask if you are still interested!

For more information:

Serve the Grey
Led by Jennefer de Rijke

Serve the Grey committee members will organize all the activities regarding (lonely) elderly, both in care homes and in independent homes.

Serve the Kids
Led by Julia Leenen

This committee will organize all activities regarding children with unequal opportunities. Those activities are for young children as well as for teenagers.

Serve the Homeless
Led by Jorine van Gasteren

Serve the Homeless consists a few target groups. In general we serve people who don’t have a solid place to stay. Think about refugees, homeless people and woman (and their children) who are victims of sexual abuse.

Serve the Brave
Led by Jennefer de Rijke

Serve the Brave focuses at people with a physical and/or mental disability and chronically ill people.

Serve the Green
Led by Irene Linderhof

Serve the Green is all about sustainability, the environment and creating awareness about climate change and reuse.

Serve the Wisdom

Led by Amber van Ginneken

This committee focuses on commitment through spreading knowledge and creating awareness.

Serve the Gentle

Led by Jorine van Gasteren

Committee members of Serve the Gentle mainly focus on loneliness within an age range of 16-65 years old.

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