1 52 FSJ OR FÖJ INSTEAD OF CIVILIAN SERVICE
2 FSJ OR FÖJ INSTEAD OF CIVILIAN SERVICE 53 New Options f or COs As of August 1st, 2002, recognised conscientious objectors can choose to participate in the FSJ or FÖJ programmes. This means two things for young people who, for conscientious reasons, elect not to pick up a weapon: the social service period is longer (12 months instead of ten); and the monthly allowance is much smaller than that received for alternative civilian service. Those who choose the FSJ programme instead of civilian service are subject to FSJ regulations. The Voluntary Year of Social Service or the Voluntary Year of Ecological Service must basically be an educational year. The majority of activities must not consist of temporary or menial work. While recognised conscientious objectors (COs) may not serve in an association of which they are or were a member, FSJ volunteers are under no such restrictions. Quite the contrary: experience with associations and previous knowledge of the structure and processes in a future assignment make for an easier start. Just a few weeks after the new rules went into effect, approximately 550 young men expressed their interest in serving in the FSJ or FÖJ programme instead of doing civilian service.
3 54 FSJ OR FÖJ INSTEAD OF CIVILIAN SERVICE Frank is one of them. FSJ service instead of civilian service is a huge opportunity for the 21-year-old from Wiesbaden. He is among the first recognised conscientious objectors in the country to choose the FSJ programme, in his case in sports. When, in May of 2002, his mother showed the A-level graduate an article about the programme in the Wiesbadener Kurier, things moved along quickly. Especially when he found out that the Turnverein Breckenheim (TVB), in a suburb of Wiesbaden, had just advertised a volunteer assignment for conscientious objectors. The assignment was doing sport with preschoolers, elementary pupils and in the gymnastics club. Swimming, track and field athletics, soccer and games, lots of games. Sports are my passion, says Frank...as he adjusts his baseball cap. Four weeks after starting his volunteer job at the TVB he already knows he s hit a home run. "Sure, I thought about the money thing, he says. But when I heard that you still have your child benefits paid and that room and board are covered, there wasn t any doubt the decision to work with kids was easy. Frank s own experiences have shown him how vitally important character-building youth sports can be, especially when it comes to the bond between members of a club. As a kid he played basketball "like crazy in the street, but couldn t find the right club. At 16 he finally did find the right one: The "Wiesbaden Phantoms, an American football club, accepted him and he grew to become one of the stars of the youth league. His team became regional champion in 1998.
4 FSJ OR FÖJ INSTEAD OF CIVILIAN SERVICE 55 Among all the kids Frank now is Mr. Big. For one hour every Monday morning he s the coach for preschoolers at a day nursery. It s not as easy as it seems to keep them all on the ball, says the 21-year-old. Each child is different one is faster, the other slower, and yet another one has suddenly completely forgotten that we re playing soccer and wanders off towards the half-pipe. The TVB, as one of the first to offer a sports FSJ, allows its volunteers to obtain a coaching licence in popular sports. In addition to the basics and theories of sports, there s a lot of encouragement to teach and play. Frank has something else up his sleeve. Apart from his good sense of humour and joy in working with children, the Wiesbaden Phantom is already doing his very own training. On Mondays from 3.30 until 4.30 PM American football is the name of the game in Breckenheim for those who want to take part, starting from first grade. Five have already tried it out. Frank (right) playing football: Pirates vs. Phantoms An alternative to civilian service: FSJ volunteers cleaning a historical monument. And they re getting more, he s confident of that. Maybe by the end of his voluntary service year he ll get his own team (22 players) together. The Breckenheim Phantoms! That d be it with him as coach
5 56 VOLUNTARY YEAR OF ECOLOGICAL SERVICE
6 VOLUNTARY YEAR OF ECOLOGICAL SERVICE 57 Going G r e e n A FÖJ volunteer needs ambition, a love for animals, and a good pair of boots. Here you get right down to business: doing gardening work, collecting rubbish in nature reserves, or disposing of electronic waste. Taking care of sheep, milking cows, trimming hedges, detecting illegal rubbish dumps, looking after buzzards, sorting of ecology libraries, organising hikes through the forest, or just sharpening a pencil the Voluntary Year of Ecological Service (FÖJ) is entering its tenth year and is becoming more and more popular since its establishment in The FÖJ offers young people the chance to do something practical for the environment and to better understand ecological interrelations. Practical experiences are paired with educational seminars and intense professional and personal guidance. The FÖJ programme has proven to be a successful way of bringing together active involvement in the environment, a year of environmental education, and a year of personal development and career orientation. The FÖJ programme isn t all about forests and meadows. FÖJ volunteers study, for example, hazardous substances in a laboratory in Brandenburg or help collect reusable material (electronics scrap) in Berlin. Other volunteers in Beulich/Mosel provide childcare and lessons in ecology. And in Mecklenburg- Western Pomerania volunteer ecologists learn all about wind-powered energy.
7 58 VOLUNTARY YEAR OF ECOLOGICAL SERVICE Enchanter s Nightshade and King Python For these three who have just finished their FÖJ, it was a precious time. Ina, Thomas and Kristian, three volunteers chosen at random, recount their experiences as ecology volunteers. It s the best thing that s ever happened to me, says Kristian. Originally, the 19-year-old secondary modern pupil wanted to be a carpenter, but things fell through at the last moment and there I was, without a future. He stumbled across an article in the Rheinische Post about the FÖJ programme, describing an opportunity requiring no degree and open for anyone under the age of 27. Kristian picked up the phone: One call, one application. His assignment location was a nursing ward on the former grounds of the Landesgartenschau in Grevenbroich. Now for Kristian, who didn t grow up in a garden of his own, this meant trimming hedges, watering lawns, pulling weeds, planting (and knowing the name of the plants). The 19-year-old has developed a special relationship with the animals that were taken in by the nursing ward. Electronics junk contains a lot of reusable materials. FÖJ volunteers recycling in Berlin. Ever sat on top of a wind turbine? If you enter the FÖJ programme in Berlin-Brandenburg, you can find out whether you re afraid of heights.
8 VOLUNTARY YEAR OF ECOLOGICAL SERVICE 59 Capturing, recording, cataloguing: FÖJ volunteers inspect a stream for small forms of life. Among the foundlings that were sick, injured or abandoned, there are three buzzards, a falcon, a barn owl, and a ferret. There s also a king python among this mad menagerie of animals. The pet of a former stripper, says Kristian. Well, at least that s what they said. For Ina, too, the contact with animals was the highlight of her voluntary assignment at the Rotes Haus biology institution in Nümbrecht in the Oberbergisch region. The 22- year-old A-level graduate spent two months with a shepherd and his flock of 200 sheep. It was an unbelievable experience, says Ina. At first she like the sheepdog had to keep the animals together when they strayed away in search of tender grass. In the end she was in charge of the flock herself. Kop, kop was the relevant command she had picked up from the shepherd. It was such a great feeling when the animals followed me. The young woman declined the serious offer to become a shepherdess. The job s a lot harder than the romantic images people have in their mind. For a shepherd, sheep serve a purpose, they re not pets. And she could never kill an injured or sick animal. Ina also learned a lot at her biology centre. The assignment had a lot of variety, says the 22-year-old. Counting orchids in nature reserves was also part of the job as well as office work in the Rotes Haus, designing educational posters or preparing the herb station for youth forest games. During these games children were sent out as floral detectives and had to identify unusual plants: enchanter s nightshade, herb Robert or red campion
9 60 VOLUNTARY YEAR OF ECOLOGICAL SERVICE It s really unbelievable how people treat nature, says Thomas after his assignment at the Erftstadt environmental centre. The 21-year-old A-level graduate worked, among other things, as a city refuse collector for three weeks. "That really focused my attention on the environment, says the young man, who had never considered himself terribly environmentally conscious before his voluntary assignment. Ride a bike instead of getting a lift from his parents? Sure, but he hadn t really given much more thought to the issue before. With all the furniture, hundreds of broken jars, bags of clothes, tires or TV sets that we found in the forest, you really wonder how much common sense people really have. After graduating, Thomas found himself facing a big void and didn t know exactly what he should study. He didn t want to spend a year of voluntary social service; he wasn t too keen on a nursing job. Then he learned about the FÖJ programme in a newspaper article that he found. He really liked the variety of assignments available at the environmental centre. In addition to creating a library with books on subjects such as the environment, plants, animals and health, he was glad to teach classes (available at the environmental centre for grades 9 to 12) to help children get closer to nature through games. I get along great with kids, says Thomas. This was a personal and somewhat surprising discovery. All three are very enthusiastic about the seminars offered to the volunteers during their year of service. Besides having fun with all the others, I learned so much and there was so much variety, concludes Ina. The seminars focus on different ecological issues: energy and the environment, nature preservation, agriculture, water, forests, and mud flats.
10 VOLUNTARY YEAR OF ECOLOGICAL SERVICE 61 An Indian tent made from willow sticks. At the FÖJ workshop participants learn to use natural materials. Thomas has decided to continue his studies in maths and religious education in Cologne. No biology? No, he says, the future of biology lies in gene technology and after what I experienced during my year, I m not really into that. Ina, from the Oberbergisch region, definitely wanted to go into gardening and landscaping, but things didn t turn out well for her. Because of a slipped disc she is no longer allowed to lift heavy objects. Her dream of gardening and landscaping is over, at least for now. At the end of this FÖJ assignment Kristian from Grevenbroich was sure of one thing: I want to be a gardener! He has found an apprenticeship at the landscaping company where he spent a week working during his voluntary service year. He has no regrets about not becoming a carpenter. Through his ecological year he found a career and: It was a year where I could prove myself. Post card initiative at the Landeszentrale für politische Bildung Baden-Württemberg. More information can be found on the homepage at
11 62 GUIDE FROM A TO Z A Guide From A to Z through the legal terms of the voluntary services aa Abroad The FSJ/FÖJ can be spent abroad if the host organisation s headquarters are located in Germany (example: a FSJ at a health and advice center in Poland). The volunteer service abroad programme is subject to special requirements regarding the duration (see Duration under D), the seminars (see Seminars under S) and permission from the host (see Host under H). A Accident Insurance See Social Insurance Contributions under S. A Age Limit Young people who have completed their compulsory schooltime (16 years of age in some states, 15 in many others) but are not yet 27 years old may participate in the Voluntary Year of Social Service (FSJ) or the Voluntary Year of Ecological Service (FÖJ). ( 2 sect. 1 No. 4 FSJG, 2 sect.1 No. 4 FÖJG) A Agreement Host organisation and volunteer will conclude a written contract prior to the start of service. This contract must contain: The first and last name, birth date and signature of the volunteer Identification of the respective organisation The period of time for which the volunteer has committed himself/herself, as well as conditions governing the premature termination of service A statement that legal stipulations will be followed during the course of the
12 GUIDE FROM A TO Z 63 voluntary service Details of the host s authorisation, as required The monetary and material provisions for room and board, working clothes and pocket money Details regarding vacation time ( 6 FSJG/FÖJG). Furthermore the following must be established: Daily working hours Assignment location Obligation to participate in / exemption from the accompanying educational measures Issue of certificates and references Confidentiality of the volunteer. A Application Deadline The application deadlines for participating in a Voluntary Year of Social Service or a Voluntary Year of Ecological Service are not the same for all hosts and/or states. cc Certificate Therefore, we recommend contacting one of the offices listed in the directory (see page 70) as soon as possible. The host organisation will present the volunteer with a certificate upon completion of the service year. The certificate must mention the host s authorisation and the period during which the Voluntary Year of Social Service (FSJ) or the Voluntary Year of Ecological Service (FÖJ) was carried out. ( 6 sect. 2 FSJG/FÖJG) C Child Benefits Child benefits and child allowances as well as additional child-related benefits will apply during the FSJ/FÖJ period just as during schooling and vocational training. These are paid such that the total income for a child during a calendar year is 7,188 P (As of: 1/1/2002). C Conscientious Objectors Recognised conscientious objectors who participate in a Voluntary Year of Social Service (FSJ) or a Voluntary Year of Ecological Service (FÖJ) will not be required to enter into civilian service. This change to the civilian service law (ZDG) went into effect on August 1st, The new 14c ZDG states that conscientious objectors who commit to a FSJ/FÖJ programme upon recognition of their exempt status will no longer be required to enter into the civilian service programme. The individual must enter into the FSJ or FÖJ programme no later than one year after commitment and prior to attaining 25 years of age. He must participate in a full-time service activity that is
13 64 GUIDE FROM A TO Z lasting at least twelve months (including 24 days of vacation and 25 days of pedagogical support). Any german recognised conscientious objector participating in the FSJ or FÖJ pro gramme will be treated in exactly the same manner as other FSJ or FÖJ volunteers. The same conditions apply to pocket money, room and board, and travel costs. The Federal Department of Civilian Service (BAZ) has no authority in the area of a Voluntary Year of Social Service or a Voluntary Year of Ecological Service. A 12-month voluntary service in accordance with 14c is an exemption to civilian service just as Other Service Abroad, 14b ZDG, or VSA, 14a ZDG. Those wishing to participate in such service must make the necessary arrangements themselves. Contacts for those interested in voluntary service are the host organisations of the Voluntary Year of Social Service or a Voluntary Year of Ecological Service. (see address listing). Procedure Those german individuals choosing to participate in the voluntary service pro gramme instead of doing civilian service must locate an appropriate assignment location by contacting the authorised host organisations and then complete a written contract with the selected host with regard to the assignment. The host organisation will send this contract to the Federal Department of Civilian Service (BAZ). The BAZ will then inform the conscientious objector that he is no longer required to fulfil his community service obligation. Authorised Host Organisations Recognised conscientious objectors may only deal with hosts who have been legally authorised to be such by the Voluntary Year of Social Service or Voluntary Year of Ecological Service law, or by the appropriate regional authorities. New, additional places must be created for recognised conscientious objectors who wish to participate in the voluntary social service programme or the voluntary ecological programme. Contributions to Hosts Host organisations who accept authorised conscientious objectors into the voluntary social service programme or the voluntary ecological service programme will, upon request, receive contributions to cover existing costs from the Federal Department of Civilian Service. These contributions are available for a maximum of twelve months.
14 GUIDE FROM A TO Z 65 dd Data protection ee Employee Protection hh Health Insurance The participants personal data may only be used by the FSJ/FÖJ host for the required purposes (in accordance with 4 FSJG/FÖJG and the related stipulations mentioned therein). The data must be erased once the service has been completed unless participants agree to their names and service times being stored in order to remain in contact, or for research purposes. ( 7 FSJG/FÖJG) D Duration The FSJ/FÖJ generally lasts for a period of up to twelve consecutive months. The minimum service period is six months. Voluntary service in Germany may be extended by up to six months for a total of 18 months. Service abroad cannot be extended; it may only last up to twelve months, especially in view of the legal stipulations which are of specific significance for young volunteers abroad. ( 2 sect. 1 No. 2, sect. 4 FSJG/FÖJG Service in Germany, 3 sect. 2 FSJG/FÖJG Service Abroad) The FSJ/FÖJ may not be served more than once and participants may complete only the FSJ or only the FÖJ. ( 2 Parag. 4 FSJG/FÖJG) Although the relationship between volunteers and host organisations and/or assignment locations is not considered as employment, it is treated as equivalent with employment with regard to the public law protection regulations. Accordingly, the relevant employee protection regulations apply, such as the Employee Protection Act (Arbeitsschutzgesetz), Workplaces Ordinance (Arbeitsstättenverordnung), Youth Work Protection Act (Jugendarbeitsschutzgesetz) and Maternity Protection Act (Mutterschutzgesetz). During the FSJ/FÖJ period participants are generally insured as independent members in the government insurance plan. (See also Reimbursement under R) H Host Organisations The following are legally permitted to be hosts of a voluntary year of social service in Germany: The associations of the Bundesarbeitsgemeinschaft der freien Wohlfahrtspflege and their members Religious organisations with the status of legally recognised corporations Regional corporate bodies and other public corporations legally recognised by the federal states. The respective regional authorities grant authorisation as host: for the voluntary year of social service in Germany except in cases of legal authorisation
15 66 GUIDE FROM A TO Z ii Illness ll Labour Market Protection for the voluntary year of ecological service in Germany and the voluntary social and ecological service years abroad (the corresponding legal entity must be located in Germany). (Contacts for authorisation of host organisations can be found on pages 82/83) Those taking time off due to illness will usually continue to receive payments for up to six weeks. Thereafter labour and contract stipulations apply. The labour market protection law states that abusing the assignment of any volunteer for the purposes of labour is forbidden. L Location of Assignment Voluntary service may be completed in non-commercial institutions, especially in social welfare facilities, child and youth facilities including facilities used for off-school instruction, in youth employment facilities, health care facilities and cultural facilities. Examples of FSJ locations include hospitals, nursing homes, orphanages, day-care centres, rest homes, sports clubs (child and youth sports), cultural facilities such as libraries, museums or assignments involving the preservation of monuments. FÖJ assignment locations include primarily facilities concerned with nature preservation and environmental protection activities, e.g. national parks, ecologically friendly farms, garden centres, environmental agencies, ecological education centres. L Lodging o p O Orphan s Allowance P Participation See Reimbursement under R. The orphan s allowance (partial and full orphan s allowance) will continue to be paid during the period of participation in the FSJ/FÖJ programme. ( 4 FSJG/FÖJG) Those wishing to participate in the FSJ/FÖJ programme should do the following: 1. Write a post card to one of the host organisations (see the atta-
16 GUIDE FROM A TO Z 67 ched address listing) that participates in the FSJ or FÖJ programme 2. Get informational material and an application form to be sent in from each host. We recommend attaching a brief explanation of the basic reasons for the desire to participate in the FSJ/FÖJ programme. 3. The interview the host will contact the selected applicant, invite him/her to a meeting, and discuss the assignment location. The host organisation then has to decide whether to accept or to deny the applicant. P Pedagogical Support Pedagogical support encompasses professional counselling and individual guidance of the volunteers at the assignment location as well as through the host s educational personnel, and seminars (see Seminar under S). The primary objective of this pedagogical support is to prepare the young volunteers for new experiences at their assignment location and to encourage them to share experiences and ideas. In addition, pedagogical support should impart social and intercultural experience and strengthen the volunteers sense of responsibility for public welfare, as well as for the preservation of nature and the environment, while developing their ability to be environmentally conscious. ( 2 sect. 3 FSJG/FÖJG) P Pocket Money The pocket money that the volunteers receive for their service should be adequate. Legislation considers a sum of pocket money appropriate if it does not exceed 6 per cent of the contribution assessment limit valid for the Workers and Employees Pension Insurance (Rentenversicherung der Arbeiter und Angestellten) ( 159 of the Sixth Book of the Social Code). The contribution limits were fixed in 2002 at a monthly amount of 4,500 P (West) and 3,750 P (East). The sum paid by the host should not exceed this amount and is generally lower. A guideline would be 153 P. P Practical Time Voluntary service can count as practical time for some apprentice training rr References programmes. The extent to which this is applicable depends on the individual training programmes. Upon completion of voluntary service, the volunteer may request from the host organisation a written reference describing the type and length of the volunteer s service. Upon request, the reference must be extended to describe performance and conduct during service time. Activities undertaken during volunteer service relating directly to career experience must be included. ( 6 sect. 3 FSJG/FÖJG)
17 68 GUIDE FROM A TO Z R Reimbursement The host organisations where the participants fulfil their FSJ/FÖJ period must only provide room and board, working clothes and an appropriate sum of pocket money (see Pocket Money under P). This also includes all social insurance contributions (see Social Insurance Contributions under S). If room and board and working clothes are not provided, expenses may be paid in reimbursements. ( 2 sect. No. 3 FSJG/FÖJG) R Room and Board s S Seminars See Reimbursement under R. Legislation requires that volunteers inside Germany attend an introductory, middle and final seminar, each lasting a minimum of five days. There is a total of 25 required seminar days during the FSJ/FÖJ period. ( 2 sect. 3 FSJG/FÖJG) By law five weeks of educational measures are required for service abroad. There will be preparatory training in Germany of at least four weeks duration and an evaluation training of at least one week duration. If the host can arrange for an intermediate seminar abroad lasting at most two weeks, the preparatory seminars will be reduced accordingly. If applicable, a required foreign language class must be completed in Germany prior to service abroad. ( 3 sect. 2 No. 3 FSJG/FÖJG) S Social Insurance Contributions Legally, FSJ/FÖJ participants will be treated approximately the same as workers and apprentice trainees, i.e. they will be covered by social insurance during their volunteer service. They will receive, as required by law, pension, accident, health and rehabilitation as well as unemployment insurance. The deducted amounts will be paid by the host organisation. Accident insurance will be paid either by the assignment office or by the host. Although the earning limit for pension, rehabilitation and health care insurance will in most cases be higher than the sum of pocket money received by the volunteers, government legislation demands full insurance coverage. Pocket money plus the value of the benefits in kind (room and board) are used as a basis of calculation. S Studies Generally someone who has fulfilled a FSJ or FÖJ may not be discriminated against when he/she applies for admission into an institute of higher learning. Admission granted at the beginning or during the FSJ/FÖJ period will be given precedence over all remaining applicants at the time of reapplication (for the same course of study); this is because at the time of election following the waiting period the time served in FSJ/FÖJ is counted as a waiting period. In some cases universities or
18 GUIDE FROM A TO Z 69 t v T Travel Costs V Vacation ww- Working Clothes institutes of higher learning will apply the time of service as practical time. Contact the school s student office for additional information. FSJ and FÖJ participants generally receive the same price reduction on public transport as school children, students and apprentices. The host will issue a corresponding certificate for purchase of reduced tickets. The legal vacation entitlement is 24 working days per calendar year. If the FSJ/FÖJ period is less than 12 months, the vacation entitlement will be reduced by 1/12 per month. In addition, there are longer vacation entitlements for young people as stipulated in the child labour law. See Reimbursement under R. W Working Hours These are governed by the working hours of the assignment location. Those under the age of 18 are subject to child labour laws (e.g. working at night is not permitted). The hours spent at seminars are considered working hours.
19 70 ADDRESSES Addresses and contact points Note When making phone calls to Germany from abroad, replace the area code number 0 with 0049, and in correspondence add the international abbreviation D- in front of the postal code! Contact points for a Voluntary Year of Social Service General information can be found through the Bundesarbeitskreis fsj Baden-Württemberg Arbeiterwohlfahrt BE Baden e.v. Roonstr. 28, Karlsruhe Tel: / Arbeiterwohlfahrt Württemberg Referat Soziales Oberer Hoppenlauweg 26-28, Stuttgart AWO Betreuungsstelle FSJ Bildungsstätte Heuweg 3, Böblingen Tel: awo-wuerttemberg.de Wohlfahrtswerk für Baden- Württemberg FSJ Falkertstr. 29, Stuttgart Tel Wohlfahrtswerk für Baden- Württemberg FSJ Spelzenstr. 10, Mannheim Tel: wohlfahrtswerk.de Wohlfahrtswerk für Baden- Württemberg FSJ Postfach 3747, Heilbronn Tel: wohlfahrtswerk.de Wohlfahrtswerk für Baden- Württemberg Pestalozzi Kinderdorf Stockach-Wahlwies Tel: wohlfahrtswerk.de Deutsches Rotes Kreuz, Team FSJ Rhein-Neckar-Odenwald Neckarstr. 19, Erbach Tel: Landesverband Badisches Rotes Kreuz FSJ Schlettstadter Str , Freiburg Tel: DRK-Kreisverband Aalen Bischof-Fischer-Str. 119, Aalen Tel: Christl. Jugenddorfwerk Deutschlands e.v. CJD Arnold-Dannemann-Akademie Ottilienberg Eppingen Tel: Diakonisches Werk Diakonisches Jahr Postfach , Stuttgart Tel: Ev. Landeskirche Baden Amt für Ev. Kinder- u. Jugendarbeit Diakonisches Jahr/FSJ Blumenstr. 1-7, Karlsruhe Tel: Evang.-Meth. Kirche Kinder und Jugendwerk Süd Giebelstr. 16, Stuttgart Tel: emk-jugend.de
20 ADDRESSES 71 FSJ Freiburg Schönauer Str. 4, Freiburg Tel: FSJ Heidelberg Kaiserstr. 56, Heidelberg Tel: FSJ Stuttgart Tapachstr. 44, Stuttgart Tel: FSJ Tübingen Frondsbergstr. 55, Tübingen Tel: FSJ Ulm Olgastr. 125, Ulm Tel: Fachstelle Freiwilligendienste/ Friedensdienste Postfach 449, Freiburg i.br. Tel: kja/fachstellen BDKJ Diözese Rottenburg- Stuttgart Arbeitsbereich Soziale Bildung und Beratung/FSJ Antoniusstr. 3, Wernau Tel: Malteser Hilfsdienst e.v. Referat FSJ Kapellenstr. 8, Köln Tel: Bayern Ev. Jugendsozialarbeit Bayern Nördliche Auffahrtsallee 14, München Tel: Arbeiterwohlfahrt LV Bayern e.v. Edelsbergstr. 10, München Tel: / Der Paritätische Wohlfahrtsverband LV Bayern e.v. FSJ Düsseldorfer Str. 22, München Tel: Der Paritätische Wohlfahrtsverband BV Oberfranken FSJ Wilhelmsplatz 2, Bayreuth Tel: Der Paritätische Wohlfahrtsverband Schwaben Allgäu FSJ Hochbrunnenweg 6, Kempten Tel: Der Paritätische Wohlfahrtsverband BV Niederbayern/Oberpfalz D.-Martin-Luther-Str. 14, Regensburg Tel: paritaet.org Der Paritätische Wohlfahrtsverband BV Unterfranken FSJ Münzstr. 1, Würzburg Tel: Bayerisches Rotes Kreuz Landesgeschäftsstelle FSJ Volkartstr. 83, München Tel: Collegium Augustinum Philadelphischer Ring e.v. Stiftsbogen 74, München Tel: Geistliches Zentrum Schwanberg Rödelsee Tel: Diakoniewerk Martha-Maria e.v. Stadenstr. 72, Nürnberg Tel: Ev. Diakonissenanstalt Diakonisches Jahr Frölichstr. 17, Augsburg Tel: diako.diakonie-augsburg.de Diakonie Neuendettelsau Diak. Jahr/Freiwillige Soziale Projekte Wilhelm-Löhe-Str. 26, Neuendettelsau Tel: diakonieneuendettelsau.de Freiwillige Soziale Dienste Südbayern Ev. Jugend München Birkerstr. 19, München Tel: Freiwillige Soziale Dienste Nordbayern Burgstr. 1-3, Nürnberg Tel: FSJ Nürnberg Kopernikusstr. 7-9, Nürnberg Tel: Bischöfliches Jugendamt Marktplatz 4, Eichstätt Tel: bfk.ku-eichstaett.de BDKJ Bamberg Referat FSJ Mädchen- und Frauenarbeit Kleberstr. 28, Bamberg Tel: / Caritas-Verband für die Erzdiözese Bamberg e.v. Obere Königstr. 4b, Bamberg Tel: Bund der Deutschen Katholischen Jugend Erzdiözese München und Freising Theatiner Str. 3, München Tel: compuserve.com