About House Of Helsinki
We make a difference by enabling people to leave their mark.
House of Helsinki (HOH) is a non-governmental, non-profit organisation based in Finland, established in 2019.
The organisation's purpose is to strengthen Finland's social sustainability by developing operational models that promote the social status, well-being, and participation of minorities.
Our Mission and activities
Through all its activities, the organisation aims to create an open and inclusive society where everyone has the opportunity to participate and feel valued as part of the community.
Our core activities:
Development of Operational Models: The organisation strives to develop and innovate new operational models, programs, and projects that support the social status, well-being, and participation of minorities. These models can be disseminated and applied in various regions and communities.
Volunteering and Participation: The organisation encourages individuals to participate in volunteering and active involvement in society. It organises events and programs for volunteers that provide opportunities to help and support minorities.
Collaboration with Partners: The organisation collaborates closely with other organisations, authorities, and social actors. The goal is to achieve a shared vision and strengthen the effectiveness of actions.
Increasing Awareness: The organisation aims to raise awareness in society about the challenges and needs of minorities. It organises information campaigns, seminars, and training sessions that help dispel prejudices and increase understanding of different cultures and backgrounds.
Influencing and Lobbying: The organisation actively engages in influencing political decisions and seeks to improve the status of minorities in society.