The word sanctuary derives from the Latin word sanctuarium: a place that holds the sacred. A place where can find safety. Those who dedicate their lives and labour to a sanctuary devote themselves to preserving the sacred, your health
The word sanctuary derives from the Latin word sanctuarium: a place that holds the sacred. In history it has the meaning of a place where people come to worship what they find sacred and where they find safety. Those who dedicate their lives and labour to a sanctuary devote themselves to preserving the sacred.
The Sanctuary is a place where everyone is welcome to find safety in it’s most holistic form: treatment for small injuries, support to find professional care for more serious injuries, a voice to guide you to calmer water when things are rough, some silence to find peace of mind.
It is a place where everyone is welcome to find sacredness: spend some time and thoughts to what you hold as sacred.
The Saints devote their time and energy to preserve Psyche and Somatos as a whole and to support every soul in need, to the best they can.
As Saints we will hold on to the adagium primum non nocere: ‘first, do no harm’ in all our actions and will act within the limitations of our knowledge, skills and comfort. In situations that exceed our limits we will do our best to find appropriate help from other sources.
A temple will be erected in form of a tent where people can seek refuge or they can call upon saints to come and find them somewhere on the premises. An AED will be present.
The Sancuary is run by the Saints, a team of healthcare professionals and students, first aid practitioners and participants confident enough providing psychological assistance to fellow Borderlings.
In preparation, the activities of the Sanctuary are determined - with all activities clear, the logistical plan can be composed, providing an overview of what we need to perform the actions.
Prior to the borderland week:
equipement needs to be gathered
shifts need to be filled
layout of the Temple needs to be designed
Erection of the temple
Run the temple (shifts)
Apart from the regular moop produced by a gathering of people, the sanctuary may produce hazardous waste (a very scary name for: blooded tissues) This will be handled in specially marked bags.
The Sanctuary is not expected to produce large quantities of moop, the station requires a very small moop station. Maybe this can be shared with a neighbouring settlement
Last years tent was borrowed and this time we do not have access to it, unfortunately. Therefor part of the grants will be used to obtain a 5x10 military tent and a floor inside it. (+-9800 DKK)
For some some functions, critical equipment is needed, in forms of stretchers, an AED, practical first-aid bags with equipment. (+-2800 DKK)
Medical consumables such as bandage, disinfectant, tissues. (+-2400 DKK)
Previously the first-aid camp was heavily relying on donations and borrowing of equipment and furniture. Due to the expanding character of BL. It is one of the goals of the Sanctuary is to prepare itself for future growth of BL. Hence it is thought to acquire certain key equipment to increase the certainty and organizability of the Sanctuary for the upcoming years.
Take a shift on the schedule
Help design and craft the signs
Help design and craft the “uniform” of the Saints
Help raise the Temple prior to the event
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