House of Volunteering
The House of Volunteering forms the framework for the voluntary, social and health-promoting work in Sønderborg Municipality.
The house is handicap accessible with sliding doors, ramps, handicap toilet, handicap parking, teleloop system, and there are guide rails in the floor for all meeting rooms.
- As a citizen, how can I use the House of Volunteering?
As a citizen, you can e.g. get information about what opportunities exist in the voluntary social and health-promoting associations, if, for example, you want to join a community with others - either as a user of an offer - or as an active volunteer.
The volunteering consultants at the Volunteering Center have meeting times on all weekdays from 10.00 - 12.00 and on Thursdays also from 15.30 - 17.30.
- How can voluntary social and health promotion associations use the House of Volunteering?
As a voluntary association, you have the opportunity to:
to get support and advice from the volunteering consultants at Frivillighedens Hus, for example in connection with the start-up of new activities and communities.
to book one of the building's large display windows facing Perlegade for a period of time, so that you can make your association activities visible.
to book meeting rooms for various association activities. It is also possible to book the teaching kitchen, where it is possible to cook together for approx. 16 people - or you can borrow the café area for various activities, e.g. lotto games, lectures and communal meals. Borrowing the premises is free.
to use storage options either in cupboards or cellars.
- Which groups are represented on the board of the House of Volunteers?
The board consists of 7 members and 2 deputies - as a starting point with a representative for each area:
- Children, young people and families
- The Elderly
- Health, illness and the disabled
- Circles of friends and volunteers at care centers
- Immigrants, refugees and ethnic minorities
- Humanitarian and ecclesiastical work