We support projects and activities
The remit of DDH’s member committee is to investigate the opportunities for supporting projects and activities in accordance with the provisions in DDH’s objects clause.
On the basis of recommendations from the member committee, the Executive Committee has approved the following projects:
2009: DKK 4,000,000
2010: DKK 1,000,000
2012: DKK 268,000
2013: DKK 314,000
- Naturvidenskabernes Hus
2009: DKK 800,000
2011: DKK 500,000
- Ørslev Kloster
2011: DKK 1 million
- Sir Lyngbjerg Plantage
2011: DKK 75,000
- Sensory gardens
2011: DKK 425,000
2012: DKK 1,500,00
- Green oasis in Copenhagen
2012: DKK 3,400,000
DDH’s member committee puts forward recommendations for projects and activities that are deemed suitable for financial support, which are then subject to approval by the Executive Committee.
DDH supports a wide range of different projects, including a café garden and sensory gardens at Landsbyen Sølund, which is situated near Skanderborg.
Sølund is Denmark’s largest type of accommodation for mentally and physically
challenged individuals with extensive mental and physical handicaps.
Sensory gardens will accommodate a variety of colors, scents and sounds, as well as among other found space for a tree with a big heart to hug.