The video is about two non-profit organizations, CISV and Operation Christmas Child. CISV is an international organization which aims to achieve world peace through intercultural learning and cross-cultural understanding. Starting at the age of 11 you can attend international Camps or Interchanges where you meet kids/youth/adults from all over the world and live with them for one, two, three or four weeks. Because you're spending so much time with people from so many different countries, you get an idea of what culture and intercultural learning is and how different and at the same time similar we all are. When you're 15 or older, you get the chance to join JB, which stands for Junior Branch. Junior Branch is the heart of CISV because if gives young people the opportunity to become 'leaders' and 'trainers' and especially become a grown up. In Junior Branch you deal with international Projects, cooperation with multiple countries, national or local events, global issues, and much more. Each year, there almost every country in CISV has a so called NJBM (National Junior Branch Meeting), where the youth work on projects, get trained and informed by people who know what's going on on the international and regional level and just get together and have a good time. On that weekend in Vienna (November 9-11), youth from 15-25 decided to do something good for children in need, so we filled shoeboxes with small gifts, wrapped them and sent them to the organization called "Operation Christmas Child" or in Austria known as "Weihnachten im Schuhkarton". We wanted to do something together because we know that Christmas is coming up and there are enough children out there that are struggling with life. We wanted to help, and also raise awareness that it doesn't necessarily have to be Christmas in order to do something good or help people. You should do it every day.