Throughout the year we plan events for families of our Danish Community. The family events are of different character and activities are as well.
Every year among other events we host the danish carnival, fastelavn, the danish midsummer party, Sankt Hans, annual Christmas Market and Lucia Train as part of a family church service. These activitiesn among others are especially welcoming to children and families.
We are also organizing get togethers around Sydney with kid friendly bushwalks, picnics and other simple activities on playgrounds etc., so danish families and children can socialize, meet other families with relation to Denmark and enjoy the a few hours of mother tounge.
Through fundraising, sponsors and donations, The Danish Church in Australia create its own financial foundation. We do not receive financial funding from Denmark. That is why we are deeply dependent on sponsorships and contributions from companies as well as private sponsors. We work hard to make our contributors and sponsors as clear as possible among Danes and in the Australian community – for example in our printed Newsletter, on social media and here on our website.
There are several ways to support: You can advertise in the Newsletter or you can support our activities eg. our Christmas Market with gifts or volunteer work.
It is also possible to buy one of our yearly sponsorship packages, which are available in three levels – gold, silver and bronze:
In each sponsorship package we use different platforms to reach Danes in Australia, for example via advertising in the printed Newsletter, our website and Facebook page, in the monthly emails to our members and much more.
In addition, you can also support specific projects and activities, for example: Fastelavn, Christmas Market, Christmas Eve, Sankt Hans Party, renovation of buildings and more.
Call the church office and find out how you can support us – wether it is by volunteering or becoming a sponsor.
Every year we have a large group of sponsors for our Christmas Market.
Without them we couldn’t raise the funds we need to run the church.