The refugee crisis is far from over, and places like Trampoline House need you more than ever.
Become a volunteer in the house and help the many refugees and asylum seekers arriving in Denmark get a better start.
You can volunteer in Trampoline House once or twice a week during our opening hours. We encourage qualified applicants regardless of gender, sexual orientation, age, race, ethnic origin, and religion to apply. Danish skills are an advantage.
You can volunteer in the following areas:
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Email us a short application with your CV, specifying which volunteer position(s) from the list above you are interested in.
Attend our monthly info meeting for new interns and volunteers (repeated every first Wednesday of the month, 5–6:30 pm).
You have to commit for minimum 6 months, minimum 2 hours per week.
Meet OUR volunteerS
Professional legal counseling equips refugees with the means to navigate and participate in the Danish society. Some are dealing with asylum rejections, while others are unaware of their rights to maternity leave. Across a diversity of situations, Asrin Mesbah offers legal advice on a daily basis, in the safe environment of Trampoline House.
“This is a life experience that I would recommend to anyone just because it teaches you so much; staying at Trampoline House is a nice experience and you get to learn a lot. Personal change and achievement, lessons for you and your life; it’s not just like any other internship that you get to do in other NGOs or organisations.”
“There’s a different atmosphere out here. It’s not about learning Danish or getting help with your legal issues.”
"The kitchen before was very small and wasn’t prepared for this amount of people, but now it is good, and we are working more professionally."
"Trampoline House is a beginning of life and work"
"It’s a pleasure to be involved in a dynamic environment where everyone is part of a big family"
"We try hard to teach with a focus on how to get by in Danish society in everyday life"
"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"
"In my heart, I'm interested in helping people"
"When I come here I feel happier and more energised than if I stay in the camp"
Dejene and Marie have started a new activity in Trampoline House: Radio workshops, where the participants learn to plan and produce radio as part of their internships in Trampoline House.