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

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

Bernard Foccroulle, accompanied by soprano Deborah Cachet and violinists François Fernandez and Yun Kim, will do us the honour of performing a Christmas Concert in aid of be.Source's social works to improve the quality of life of elderly people in need.

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Photo @Bruno Achen
Photo @Bruno Achen


International Day of Older Persons 1 October 2023

Thanks to the support of be.Source, Labolobo's tuktuk bikes took part in the preparation and distribution of flowers, together with Accolage. It was a joyful partnership a sweet moment of getting together and sharing to mark the International Day of Older Persons.

That same weekend, the Innov'âge festival offered a convivial event, favouring inter-generational exchanges to change the way we look at advancing age. At the Brass, a number of workshops brought different generations together in a fun way.


Journée internationale des personnes