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Contact useful associations in Luxembourgfetes

Are you looking for an association of public utility in Luxembourg or an association to help you as a foreigner to integrate you in Luxembourg?

Do you want to act as a volunteer?

You will find here the web contacts and telephone numbers to contact these international associations, medical or psychological support.

Public interest associations

Cancer Foundation (Lux-Belair)

This foundation does a great job in the field of cancer prevention and support for cancer patients and their relatives:

  • information about cancer for the general public and for cancer patients (publication of "Info Cancer", brochures for patients, …),
  • practical information (on administrative and/or financial problems, labor law, beauty advice, …),
  • psychological support (psychological consultations, patients group: discussion, yoga, sports,...),
  • organisation of “Relais pour la Vie”.

+352 45 30 33-1

Caritas Luxembourg Foundation (Lux-Gare)

The Luxembourg Caritas Foundation is active in the area of solidarity and integration, urgent humanitarian aid and development cooperation.

  • Emergency or occasional care for the homeless, housing for those demanding international protection, ...
  • Social grocery stores “Caritas Buttek”, support those in times of need, ...
  • Shelters, kindergartens, afterschool clubs, employment schemes, training, ...

+352 40 21 31 - 1

Doctors of the world Luxembourg - MDM Luxembourg

Doctors of the world is an international organization working in the field of health. Founded in 1980 by Bernard Kouchner, MDM's mission is to "care and testify. » MDM says, in 1995, the right to health for all.

Projects MdM Luxembourg cater to particularly vulnerable groups: homeless and badly housed, migrants (irregular and asylum seekers), sex workers, Roma women victims of violence.

Support them! With a donation of € 39 (tax deductible), the price of a consultation, you already agree to treat someone!

Luxembourg Red Cross (Lux-Centre)

The Luxembourg Red Cross is a recognized public interest organization involved in numerous humanitarian projects.

  • Youth services (fostering service, adoption services, holidays for children, psychotherapy services, …),
  • Social services (meals on wheels, local social services, migrant and refugee services, ...),
  • Health and safety services (blood transfusions, healthcare, help and home care services, 1st aid training, integrated centers for the elderly,…),
  • International services (international solidarity, education for sustainable development, …).

+352 27 55

National agency for voluntary work (Strassen)

This agency was created to support charities on a long term basis. Associations which need volunteers can advertise here, and people who would like to do some charity work can offer their services.

+352 26 12 10-1

National Association for Road Accident Victims (Howald)

The Road Victims Association aims to improve the situation of road collision victims and their relatives through moral and legal support, and practical advice. The association also collaborates on projects aiming to reduce car accidents.

+352 26 43 21 21

Slowfood Grand-Duche Convivium

Created in 2013, Slowfood Grand-Duche Convivium is an international group with a committee members coming from various countries around the world. This diversity provides us with an amazing variety and richness of ideas and thoughts, which however always come together in their love for and interest in Slow Food. Together they want to work for and promote good, clean and fair, which are the ideas central to the Slow Food movement around the world.

Women in Distress (Lux-Gare)

This association aims to provide women, their children and young girls an effective protection against violence through the development and management of refuges for women and young girls in distress, information and consultation centres.

It helps to improve the living conditions of women, helping them integrate into the economic and social life, offering them a psychological, legal and social support and special trainings.

+352 40 73 35

International networks

Luxembourg School Support Group

The Luxembourgish Schools Support Group (or “LSSG”) aims to provide information in English on the Luxembourgish education system as well as practical help for parents of any nationality with children in the state schools. The LSSG is a group of volunteer parents who try and support other parents in similar situations. 

The Luxembourgish Schools Support Group holds one meeting per year to introduce prospective families to the Luxembourgish primary system, and another to present the Luxembourgish lycée system and the transition from primary school.

 26 30 54 57

The Network association

One of the oldest international business women’s organisations in Luxembourg, The Network was founded in 1996. It aims to promote professional and personal development for women leaving and/or working in Luxembourg or in the broader region. Its members consist of 22 different nationalities.

Anglo-saxon communities

American Luxembourg Society - ALS

American Women’s Club of Luxembourg - AWCL (Lux-Hollerich)

+352 44 84 77

Australians and New Zealander Club of Luxembourg - ANZ Club

British Ladies’Club

This is a fun club aimed at English-speaking women, regardless of nationality, living in and around Luxembourg.
The British Ladies Club of Luxembourg (BLC) offers countless daily activities including Women’s Groups for Bridge, Needle and Thread, Tennis, Fitness Groups, Book Lending Circle and much more! There also Numerous Parents and Children’s activities from babies through to teens along with Regular Coffee meetings, morning or afternoons for those with or without children.

Irish Club of Luxembourg

The Scottish Association of Luxembourg

Asian communities

Centre Culturel Tibétain

Chinese Cultural Association (Lux-Bonnevoie)

+352 40 00 80

Friends of Korea in Luxembourg

Indian Association Luxembourg

Baltic community

Asociacija Luksemburga Latvija - Luxembourg Lettia Association

Lietuviai Luksemburge - Lithuanian Community in Luxembourg

Luksemburgi Eesti Selts - Luxembourg-Estonia Association

Belgian communities

Luxembourg Vlaamse club

+352 20 40 26 66

Spanish communities

Centre Català de Luxemburg

Circulo Cultural Espãnol Antonio Machado (Lux-Hollerich)

+352 49 88 87

Swiss communities

Swiss Circle Luxembourg

Italian communities

Circulo Culturale e Ricreativo - Eugenio Curiel (Lux-Hollerich)

+352 49 17 50

Convivium - Cultural Italo-Luxembourgeoise Association

Dante Alighieri Luxembourg

Interested in learning Italian or want to know more about the Italian culture ? The Dante Alighieri Society organizes language courses at all levels for adults, taught individually or in small groups. It also organizes various cultural events such as aperitifs.
Learn more.

DIL - Italian tasters in Luxembourg

DIL welcomes lovers of Italian wines and Italian food and organizes many activities around oenology in Luxembourg (conferences, courses, trips, meetings, tastings, ...).

Italian Internet Portal


The aim of this association is to promote, disseminate, produce and organize activities linked to Italy. They also publish a magazine with the same name.

Portuguese-speaking communities

Comité Spencer-Cap Vert

Confederation of the Portuguese community in Luxembourg - CCPL

Friendship Portugal-Luxembourg - APL (Lux-Centre)

+352 26 56 16 92

Instituto Camoes (Lux-Centre)

+352 46 33 71-1

Dutch communities

Nederlandse Vereniging Luxemburg - Dutch community in Luxembourg

+352 26 33 13 72

Polish communities

Polish Cultural Association Luxembourg

Polish Internet Portal

Scandanivian communities

Den Danske Forening i Luxembourg - Danish Community in Luxembourg

+352 23 69 84 93

Den Norske Forening i Luxembourg - Norwegian Community in Luxembourg (Warken)

Finnish-Luxembourg Society

Finnish-Luxembourg Society - Finnish Community in Luxembourg

Nordic Women’s Club in Luxembourg

Russian communities

College A.S Pouchkine (Lux-Gare)

+352 661 16 97 43

Russian Women's Club

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