Old age is an infinite source of richness

At be.Source, we are convinced that old age is an infinite source of richness.
This is why we are striving to change the way society views senior citizens. We are also
convinced that older people should not be left to their fate.
For this reason, we believe that all actions that help them should be supported.

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By 2050, over 30% of our population will be aged 65 or more (WHO, World Report on Ageing and Health 2015).
The ageing of our population, in combination with the risk of poverty and social exclusion, is a major challenge today, and will be even more so for future generations. That is why the support of actions aimed at improving the living conditions of vulnerable senior citizens is a key priority for be.Source.

"The ageing
of our population
is a major challenge"

increase of the population
Source: Eurostat, ​​​​​ec.europa.eu/population-data
poverty rate
Source: statbel.fgov.be​​​​​/pauvrete-et-conditions-de-vie
Concert des Coeurs 11 dec. 2022

Join us for a magical Christmas Concert in the magnificent Notre-Dame des Victoires church in Le Sablon.

The Concert d'Anvers, an ensemble of baroque instruments conducted by Bart Van Reyn, will be accompanied by the Octopus choir and soloists from the Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel. They will be performing splendid arias and concertos by Vivaldi and Corelli.

The net proceeds from this concert will be donated to be.Source's social projects for vulnerable elderly people.

More information and booking

 Vivaldi & Corelli


Training for volunteers

be.Source regularly organizes training courses for volunteers of all their partner associations. These training courses cover different topics which can be very helpful in daily practices with seniors.

A day of first aid training is offered several times a year, in collaboration with and provided by the Belgian Red Cross. This activity is always a huge success. The participants take lessons from this training which can be very useful in practice.


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