All our offers are run by volunteers, and therefore there is a difference in what help and support is available in different areas.
Volunteers are people who want to support you and your family with your life here in Denmark. A volunteer does not work for the municipality or other authorities and does not receive a salary.
A volunteer can support you who have just come to Denmark and you who have been in Denmark for several years. The volunteer has a duty of confidentiality, and you can therefore talk about private matters.
We have a lot of volunteers all over Denmark who can help you with different things. Call or write to our staff to hear what help and support is close to you.
It could be practicing Danish or getting homework help for you and your children. You can also get support and good advice for applying for a job, writing a CV, applying for an education, understanding e-Box, getting MitID and much more.
In many places there are also fun activities for you and your family such as excursions, communal dining or play. You can also always stop by for a chat with the volunteers.
Find an activity close to where you live by calling one of our staff in your area.
Ann-Sofie Quist, +45 26 76 64 59, [email protected]
Central Denmark Region:
Cecilie Broundal, +45 60 26 81 26, [email protected]
Else Tersgov, +45 22 22 81 65, [email protected]
Zealand and Bornholm:
Kristine Bjerre, +45 23 61 99 61, [email protected]
The Capital Region of Denmark:
Anne Cathrine Lausten, +45 20 42 21 15, [email protected]
You can bring a volunteer assistant to the conversation with the authorities. This can be, for example, with the municipality, the Agency of Family Law, the Danish Immigration Service or the health service.
A volunteer assistant meets with you before the interview and also takes you to the interview. The volunteer assistant helps you understand your situation, listens and hears what is being said during the conversation and can help you ask questions.
After the interview, the volunteer assistant will help you figure out what to do next.
The whole country: Ring +45 60 26 80 02 eller skriv til [email protected].
In the Volunteer Counseling you can get advice on e.g. residence permit, integration program, finances, housing problems and family relationships.
You can also get help to understand letters and decisions from public authorities, get guidance on the possibility of complaining and get an explanation of the authorities' handling of your case.
You can always contact us with questions. If we can not answer, we will help you find out who can.
Northern Jutland: Anders Pedersen, +45 28 35 19 71, [email protected]
Zealand: Camilla Michaëlis, +45 52 19 95 42, [email protected]
Southern Denmark and Central Denmark Region: Stine Kehlet Andersen, +45 28 10 00 61, [email protected]
At The Leisure Pool you as a parent can apply for DKK 1,000 a year in financial support so that your children aged 0-17 can go to association and leisure activities. It can, for example, be football, scouts, visual arts, swimming or music.
It is a requirement that you or the other parent is a student or without work and therefore receives SU, self-support and travel allowance, unemployment benefits, cash benefits or early retirement pension. The Leisure Pool also supports if the child is an unaccompanied refugee.
If you have questions about how to apply, contact the Leisure Pool at +45 26 11 06 22 eller [email protected].
On our Facebook page you can get homework help from home. You can get homework help for your children in primary school. You can also get help with homework if you go to high school, language school or a higher education.
Become a member of our Facebook group DRC Lektiehjælp online.
When you are a member of the Facebook group, you create a Facebook post where you write what you would like help with.
If you have questions about Online Homework Help, you can contact Project Manager Michelle Toft at +45 41 28 29 14 or [email protected].
On our Facebook page, you can get a volunteer language trainer who will help you become better at speaking Danish.
Become a member of our Facebook group DRC Sproghjælp Online.
When you are a member, we will find a volunteer who will practice Danish with you.
If you have questions about Online Language Help, you can contact Project Manager Michelle Toft at +45 41 28 29 14 or [email protected]
Write a message and we will contact you as soon as possible.