Red Cross Volunteer House Opened By Denmark’s Crown Prince
On Thursday November 30, Crown Prince Frederik performed the inauguration of the new Red Cross Volunteer House in Copenhagen.
He joined volunteer Jonna Møllemand in a unique ‘ribbon-cutting’ ceremony to mark the opening – instead of physically cutting a ribbon as is usual custom, the pair instead worked together to tie a bow in the ribbon, to symbolise the Red Cross’s ability to “tie people together”.
Prince Frederik was later given a tour of the new centre, which is designed to provide a gathering place for Red Cross volunteers to “meet and develop volunteer efforts for the vulnerable both in Denmark and around the world”, during which he tried on some virtual reality glasses that show you different areas of the world where the Danish Red Cross is implementing different programs.
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Tagged Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark, Red Cross.