There are organisations which shares St John history and values which you may be interested in.

 

Johanniter International (JOIN)

A partnership of 16 national charity organisations in Europe and the Middle East. Member organisation provide national and international activities such as Emergency Medical Services, First Aid, Social Care, Youth Work and international assistance, and services for old, poor and disabled people in need.

 

The Johanniter Order

Germany’s order of St John is comprised of a Christian community that draws strength from the Christian faith to treat the ill, care for the needy, and administer first-aid. To fulfil this mandate, Johanniter established several agencies: Johanniter-Unfall-Hilfe e. V., Johanniter- Sisterhood, Johanniter Welfare Organisations, and Johanniter GmbH.

 

Johanniter International Assistance

Committed to the principles of Johanniter-Unfall-Hilfe e.V, their assistance is aimed at all people regardless of their religion, nationality and culture and is not governed by any political interests. Through their international humanitarian work, they provide primary health care, medical disaster relief and prevention and the rehabilitation of people with disabilities.

 

The Dutch Johanniter Order

Johanniter Netherlands is a volunteer organisation. Under the formal name Johanniter Aid Foundation is the "subsidiary" of the Johanniter Order in the Netherlands, where the volunteer support and funding are housed it. Johanniter Netherlands is financially supported by the Johanniter Order. In addition, many members of the Order working as a volunteer at the foundation.

 

Swedish Johanniter Order

Johanniterorden i Sverige help and support people in Sweden and abroad who are in spiritual or corporeal distress. This is accomplished through direct aid to individuals or through support of organisations or through the funding of research projects. Since 2005, their operational relief work is conducted by the NGO Johanniterhjälpen.

 

Sovereign Order of Malta

Working in the field of medical and social care and humanitarian aid, in over 120 countries; they are supported by the diplomatic relations it currently has with 104 nations. The Order also runs hospitals, medical centres, day hospitals, nursing homes for the elderly and the disabled, and special centres for the terminally ill. In many countries the Order's volunteer corps provide first aid, social services, emergency and humanitarian interventions.


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