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Volunteering SA&NT connects people and organisations to create positive volunteering experiences and work with over 900,000 volunteers and 2,000 volunteer involving organisations.

For 36 years, we have worked with individuals, organisations, businesses and communities to lead, advance, grow, promote and celebrate volunteering.

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November 12 2020
VNews VSA&NT 12 November 2020

Special days of recognition - last week we wished Happy International Volunteer Managers Day to all of the amazing volunteer managers and leaders. Yesterday during our minute’s silence for Remembrance Day, we commemorated the noble sacrifices of our armed forces - men and women, paid and unpaid, who gave their lives to ensure the things we hold dear as Australians would be with us for future generations. This week we are celebrating NAIDOC (National Aborigines and Islanders Day Observance Committee) which recognises the history, culture and achievement of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

November 12 2020
VNews VNT 12 November 2020

Announcing winners in the NT Volunteer of the Year Awards held last week. It is with great pleasure we announce Darwin based retiree and music lover Lyla Wills as the overall winner of the NT Volunteer of the Year Award. Award presentations were held in Alice Springs and Darwin and it was fantastic to see so many people turn out to recognise these wonderful volunteers and organisations. It was lovely to see the camaraderie and the support so kindly offered to communities. To hear the wonderful volunteer stories, and to see them going above and beyond is truly inspirational. Link to the full list of winners and image galleries.

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