Become a volunteer in Pan Idræt

Pan Idræt is built around volunteering and enthusiasts. The vast majority of coaches are volunteers, the members of the steering groups are volunteers, and the same is true of the board and other committees and working groups. Without the volunteers, there would not be a Pan Idræt.

Do you want to volunteer in Pan Idræt? Do you want to give a hand in one of the sports sections? If you do, then contact the steering committee of the sports section of which you are a member. Click here to go to the contact page for our sports section.

You can also write directly to the board of Pan Idræt if you would like to help with tasks that benefit all members of Pan Idræt. Write to


Volunteer of the Year

In 2014, Pan Idræt's board established the award of 'Volunteer of the Year'. With the award, the board honours the volunteerism in Pan Idræt and says thank you for lots of volunteer hours - which help to build community and success for Pan Idræt. The award focuses on all types of commitment - large and small. Everything counts towards our shared history.  

The award is given to a passionate person or people who put in a completely extraordinary effort, who take on a big responsibility - not necessarily only for their own sport but for the whole community. The prize is the Pan Idræt Trophy, which is held by the winner for a year until it is awarded to another winner.

Pan Event is Pan Idræt's social programme. During the year, a number of events are held such as the summer party, Christmas party, New Year's Reception, theatre tours, Friday bar, lectures and much more. 

It consists of a group of members of Pan Idræt who have taken responsibility for planning and holding the events - often with the help of extra volunteers on the day when the event takes place.

Pan Event gets the award because they do a great job.

Paul Brummitt has been a volunteer for many years in Pan Idræt. In fact, he had his 10 year anniversary in 2018 as a member and 8 years as a "super volunteer".

Paul Brummitt has made an extraordinary effort over many years. The duties have varied from competition volunteer, steering committee member, tour guide, board member, chairman, section chairman (for water sports), president of our European Federation and translator par excellence. Over the past year, he has been an incredible support for the board in the work of winning our bid to host EuroGames in Copenhagen.

Paul Brummitt has been a huge resource who has made a great contribution to the club for many years and we are pleased to see that he continues to do so at several levels of the club's work.

Sergio has taken the initiative to start a completely new and untraditional sport in Pan Idræt. Namely dodgeball.

An American variant of what many probably know as a combination of chieftain ball and stick ball. Pan Dodgeball, led by Sergio has in a relatively short time and with a great insistence on humour, ongoing marketing, activities across the whole of Pan Iddræt and the importance of the social managed to build a new section with 40 members with a fantastic atmosphere of room for all .


Morten E. Hansen has repeatedly shown that he stands up for the community with great independent initiative. It is the whole core of Morten's voluntary work to take responsibility and carry out what is planned with great precision.

First of all, Pan Idræt would not have had a spinning section if Morten had not taken the initiative for the project. All the years that the section was active, Morten has been a skilled section chairman and instructor.

Morten has repeatedly taken on a great deal of responsibility in connection with the preparation and implementation of our Christmas party. In addition, not least the legendary Pan cAnal Tours during Pan Games in 2014, where he went the extra mile with great success, putting on a fun and cultural element on the classic canal tour in Copenhagen.

Daniel Esmann is one of the most distinguished ambassadors for Pan Idræt. In many public contexts, Daniel has clearly communicated the value he experiences by being part of Pan Idræt's safe community.

In addition to being an excellent ambassador, he makes a tireless effort as a "super volunteer" in many contexts in our community. Daniel is always one of the first to stand up to take a turn for the community - both as a very active athlete in new sports, volunteering at Pan Idræt's activities during Copenhagen Pride and at many of Pan Idræt's many other events.

As project manager, Søren Aare Jensen has made a tireless volunteer effort as project manager for our 30th anniversary event Pan Games in the summer of 2014. Furthermore, Søren has for a long time contributed to the association's development as a committed member of Pan Idræt's board.

In his work with Pan Games, Søren has made a completely extraordinary effort, where all conditions - large and small - have been coordinated across our sports. Relationships with external partners have been nurtured and handled professionally, which resulted in Pan Idræt receiving a video birthday greeting from the country's Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt and a visit from the US Ambassador Rufus Gifford during the course of Pan Games.

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