In the recycling shop you meet new people in the form of good colleagues. In addition to the weekly guard at the store, the volunteers meet for a Christmas lunch and for a summer outing. Here there is only fun on the program. Throughout the year, courses for volunteers are organized in Kirkens Genbrug.
TASKS PREFERRED IN THE RECYCLING OF THE CHURCH
Customer service, sorting of new goods, pricing, window decoration, shop decoration, small repairs, sewing and knitting of recycled materials, picking up furniture, management tasks, accounting.
Most works approx. 4 hours a week.
Working hours are within the shop's opening hours between 10.00 and 17.00. 10-17.
VOLUNTEER - TO WORK IN THE CHURCH'S RECYCLING
"We all have some competencies from our previous profession and it is nice to be able to use their powers on something that makes sense."
"I love unpacking the newly arrived items - it's like little treasures - and doing it well so that it is presented as best as possible - and then I enjoy contact with the other volunteers."
Behind each Church's Recycling Store stands a strong group of volunteer staff who jointly lift the task of running a recycling shop.
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The stores support both SMP's national work and the work of one or more ward nurses in the local area of the store. For both clients and volunteers, support for local work is very important. Our work is based on a Christian church, but everyone, regardless of religious background, can volunteer with us.
FolkekirkensHoliday holidays: Every year, disadvantaged families are sent on a week's free summer holidays in summerhouses or holiday centers in Denmark.
Relief service, The basic activity is that the target group is relatives of the demented, other long-term sick and dying, who are cared for in their own homes. Relief is offered for 3 hours at a time by appointment.
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