PREVIEW

Sponsorship

Sponsorship

The Swedish Sea Rescue Society

This is a non-profit association founded by some real enthusiasts in 1907. More than 100 years later the enthusiasm still remains and they are always prepared to be of assistance when ever there is a need.

In 2012 the Swedish Sea Rescue Society carried out 7.362 missions. The society carries out 70% of all sea rescues in Sweden. www.ssrs.se


People's Health Information Association - be a blood donor campaign

The People's Health Information Association actively works to encourage more people to donate blood.

There are about 90 Blood Centres in the country, most of them at hospitals and run by the County Councils. A few have moved out from the hospitals to make it easier to donate blood and there are blood buses, which operate in cities, country villages and visit larger companies. www.folkhalsoinformation.se 


Faktum


Faktum is a monthly magazine sold by homeless people. The organisation behind the magazine is focused on giving homeless, or people in similar situations, a chance to come back to society or just have money for the day. It is also a way back to start taking responsibility.

Faktum also aims at starting debates and forming an opinion regarding the homeless and their exposure in a hard, tough society.
www.faktum.se

Visiting address

The Swedish Club
Gullbergs Strandgata 6
SE-411 04 Gothenburg
Sweden


Postal address

The Swedish Club
Gullbergs Strandgata 6
P.O Box 171
SE-401 22 Gothenburg
Sweden

Phone/Fax/E-mail

Tel +46 31 638 400
Fax +46 31 156 711
E-mail swedish.club@swedishclub.com

Emergency

GOTHENBURG:
+46 31 151 328

Piraeus:
+30 6944 530 856

Hong Kong:
+852 2598 6464

Tokyo:
+81 44 222 0082

Oslo:
+46 31 151 328

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