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Every contribution matters.
Your support to Trampoline House ensures that asylum seekers can be part of a community from their first day in Denmark.
It means more than you can imagine.
You can support us either by making a one-time donation or by signing up for monthly donations. If you sign up for monthly donations, you will be invited for a dinner with other donors and of course with members of our community in Trampoline House.
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(+45) 25 78 24 24
You will automatically receive a tax deduction for your donations to Trampoline House (up to 15,600 DKK in 2017) by activating this function in your Mobile Pay App.
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Bank: Merkur Cooperative Bank
Registration no.: 8401
Account no.: 0001121013
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You can always change your donations plan: Follow this link and fill in the email that you signed up with. Then you'll receive an email with a link to your plan, where you can update your credit card or change the amount you want to donate.
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If you are having technical problems making a donation or have any questions related to donations to Trampoline House, please contact us at (+45) 32 20 02 25.
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