You’ve arrived at the www.bfd-teilhabe.de website of the “Türkische Gemeinde in Deutschland e.V.“ (Turkish Community in Germany). This is where you can find information about the Federal Volunteer Service.
What is the Federal Volunteer Service?
How does the Federal Volunteer Service work?
Who covers the costs?
The places of assignment receive a monthly subsidy from the BaFzA (Federal Office of Family Affairs and Civil Society Functions) to cover the allowance and social security costs. The amount of this subsidy depends on the age of the volunteers. It is of
- up to 250,- Euros per month for volunteers up to 25 years of age
- up to 350,- Euros per month for volunteers 26 years of age and up
As a place of assignment:
Are you looking for assistance for your migrant organisation, your community project, your sponsorship network, or your intercultural sports club? Become a place of assignment for the Federal Volunteer Service! We will help you during the application process and provide support for your implementation of the Service. For this, you will need to provide
- proof of non-profit status
- a field of activity that is suitable for volunteers
- a fixed contact person on-site
- a monthly co-payment of 40,- EUR for each volunteer.
As a volunteer:
Interested in getting involved for society? Putting a transition period to meaningful use? Spending some time gaining practical experience? Being active in a diversity-conscious environment? Or in supporting your community? Then a Federal Volunteer Service is just the thing for you. Here you will find an overview of our places of assignment.
Unfortunately, we are currently unable to offer a Federal Volunteer Service for foreign volunteers from abroad. Therefore, we kindly ask you to not send us any applications.