ADLE is a nonprofit organization based in Norway. Our goal is social inclusion and cultural diversity in Sandnes and its neighboring municipalities. Our activities are organized based on essential integration principles where residents can share and engage in the local community; and learn the Norwegian language, culture and society. Volunteers and members are also a multicultural group with jobs and families here in Norway.
Activities and offers
Kom og prat
(Norwegian language training)
Mondays, at 17:00-18:30
Bokloftet, Sandnes library
Free online norwegian course in all levels for ADLE members. Course access for up to 3 months.
Art workshops for kidsWe organize art activities during Easter, Halloween, Christmas, and more, together with the library in Sandnes. Follow us on Facebook and on the Sandnes library's website for more information.
Yearly seminar on relevant issues.
Social networking and competence development activities.
Learning and Development
Courses, workshops, seminars and other modes of approach to promote organizational and digital competence for our volunteers
Will you be a part of our team?
Being a part of ADLE also means that you can develop skills and contribute to the society.
We are in constant need of people who can contribute in administrative work, to different projects and activities. We aim to further develop the Norwegian language training, set-up multicultural activities, and leverage competence opportunities into the organization.
We also know the challenges of volunteerism because we ourselves have our jobs and families. That is why we will arrange volunteerism according to your own needs and preferences, so that you, too, can grow personally and professionally with ADLE and the team.
Who are we?
ADLE is a volunteer, nonprofit organization in Sandnes, Norway. We are an open and neutral organization with no religious or political affiliation. Our organization is registered in the Brønnøysund Register and the volunteer register in Norway. Our work is focused on social inclusion and cultural diversity in Sandnes.