Tasks and ways of working

Voluntary work ranges from practical tasks such as gardening, maintenance and kitchen work to translation, communication and administration. Read more here and contact us if you would like to give us a hand and have the time to do so.
Frivilligt havearbejde
As a voluntary staff member, you can work at either the Martinus Institute in Frederiksberg, Copenhagen or at the Martinus Centre, Klint in Odsherred. As a volunteer, you take part in one or more of our many working groups, all of which contribute in different ways to the running of the institute and/or centre and the development of our work with publishing and disseminating Martinus’s works.

The tasks at the Martinus Institute are concerned primarily with publishing, teaching and administration, but there are also practical tasks involving working in the kitchen, the garden and maintaining the building.

As a volunteer at the Martinus Centre, Klint there are also lots of tasks including teaching and practical work. We are most in need of volunteers during the school summer holidays and during the three working weeks, which are at Easter, in mid-June and in the autumn holiday in October. If you sign up as a volunteer, you will receive a staff discount on both teaching and accommodation.

Contact us if you would like to volunteer.

Volunteering at the Martinus Institute:

Contact Pernilla Rosell at the Martinus Institute
by mail:  pernilla@martinus.dk or phone: +45 44 12 43 44.

Volunteering at the Martinus Centre, Klint:

Contact Aninet Sommer by email:
klintfrivillig@martinus.dk or phone: +45 44 12 43 48

We look forward to hearing from you.