How to become a member

If you are considering membership of EDYN, please read here below and feel free to contact us.

Conditions for Membership

LEGAL STATUS

Legal status as a non-profit faith-based organisation coordinating a voluntary service programme

ANNUAL FEE

Payment of annual fee

ESSENTIALS OF THE NETWORK

Acceptance of and adhesion to the essentials of the network

PARTICIPATION IN ANNUAL MEETING OF EDYN

Non-attendance for for 3 consecutive years results in termination of membership

Please find a PDF with the essentials of the network here. The PDF opens in a new tab.

Application for Membership

  • Presentation

    a presentation of the organisation

  • Motivation letter

    a motivation letter indicating that the applicant accepts the conditions of membership given above

  • Legal status

    Proof of legal status, statutes

  • Financial capability

    Proof of financial capability

  • Last annual report

    Copy of last annual report if available

  • Statement

    Statement of how the programme meets, or will work to meet, the essential conditions, goals and standards of EDYN

  • References

    References from church bodies

Possibility: 2 years of support and building up

Once your organisation has been accepted, you may choose two kinds of membership:

Full member

Full member of the organisation right away

Letter of Memorandum

Sign a “Letter of Memorandum” allowing the applicant a two years period of support and building up a successful volunteer exchange programme.

Become a member of EDYN

EDYN is a network of ecumenical, Christian, voluntary service programmes, organising exchange of volunteers of all faiths and non-faith, as well as offering best practices for staff and organisational support

EDYN is a Christian faith-based organisation that encourages inter religious dialogue.

EDYN is open to work with organisations and partners of other faiths.