Judith

"I unfortunately have had to realize that the politicians in this country don't want to finance a decent treatment of asylum seekers and refugees"

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Photo: Britta My Thomsen

Photo: Britta My Thomsen

Judith has been volunteering in Trampoline House's cleaning team for several years. She is also one of the little more than 350 people, who help securing Trampoline House's future through monthly donations.

"I support Trampoline House as a volunteer and as a donor, because I unfortunately have had to realize that the politicians in this country don't want to finance a decent treatment of asylum seekers and refugees. So apparently it's up to private citizens like me to make it possible for a fantastic place like Trampoline House to exist, where people from the asylum centers and everybody else can meet and be together in an equal way."


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