During Amazon Belgium’s second annual Impact Week, Amazonians hosted a training session with non-profit Play4Peace, to help young people with their CVs, LinkedIn profiles, and interview skills, and took professional photos for them too.

Under the High Patronage of the Belgian King Philippe, Play4Peace is an organisation that serves as a stepping stone for young people aged 16 to 28 towards a promising professional future, developing their talent and potential through sports and education. Since 2021 it has raised awareness about the UN's 2030 Sustainable Development Goals, and is supported by the US Embassy in Belgium.


The volunteering activities supported our Leadership Principles of Strive to be Earth's Best Employer and Success and Scale Bring Broad Responsibility. Across the globe we partner with local organisations, working side by side to address pressing challenges and build healthy communities wherever we operate.

By providing free access to sports sessions for over 250 young people every week, as well as inspiring conferences, training, mentoring, and personal development coaching, each year Play4Peace helps over 1,000 young people regain confidence, build professional networks, and break down social and cultural barriers.

Ismaël, one of the participants of the training session, said: "The Play4Peace training with Amazon really helped me prepare for applying for a job. One hour after the training, I had my first interview and I landed a student job thanks to the advice from the Amazon team. I arrived confident to the meeting, thanks to them!"