No one deserves to be stripped of their rights is an online support service run by trained staff and volunteers reachable through e-mail, chat and smart messaging 24/7 for support. You can find out more informatin, advice and access support through the website

Through, youth can, in an anonymous way, express their concerns and talk about the issues directly affecting them. is aimed at youths who are suffering from any form of social exclusion, abuse, neglect, and/or psychological difficulties and are in need of immediate emotional, moral and social support. is a local child and adolescent online support services being operated within the framework of Child Helpline International.


The volunteers are trained to provide assistance or guide young people with referrals to other professional services. The Kellimni service requires professionalism. Thus the recruitment of commited and appropriate volunteers is important. A volunteer has to satisfy the below mentioned requirements:

  • Be of legal age at least 18 years old by day of application
  • Can speak clearly and write fluently both in Maltese and English
  • Good reading and writing skills
  • Ideally has completed secondary education level
  • Be computer literate, up to date on commonly used internet networks and ready to learn new developments and applications
  • Average to high typing speed
  • Have a clean police conduct
  • Be committed to attend all the necessary training, supervision and psychological sessions as deemed necessary by the management
  • Be committed to give at least 1 year of volunteering service with kellimni following the training given.
  • Produce 2 references from referees that are ready to be contacted and give feedback on your account

Would you like to become a volunteer? You can access the application form at the following link :

 Download Application Form here is managed by SOS Malta and is funded by the Ministry for the Family, Children’s Rights and Social Solidarity.

For more information regarding volunteering feel free to contact us on  administration line: 21324500 / 21244123  or :



[1]‘ Safer Internet for Children’, Eurobarometer Qualitative Survey in 29 European Countries, National Analysis: Malta, April 2007, p.7

[2] Supportline 179 Hotline, Annual Report 2006, section 1.5