Volunteers

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    • Nov 03, 2022

    VNews VNT 3 November 2022

    Congratulations to the winners in the NT Volunteer of the Year Awards 2022. View the image galleries and read their great volunteering backstories. Thank you if you were able to join us online for our AGM last Thursday, and happy International Volunteer Managers Day 2022 for this Saturday!

    • Nov 03, 2022

    VNews VSA&NT 3 November 2022

    Thank you to everyone who attended our AGM last Thursday and the launch of our Year in Review 2021/22 highlighting our achievements. Next month we are officially celebrating our 40th anniversary as one of the largest peak bodies in SA. Wishing all volunteer leaders a happy International Volunteer Managers Day (IVMD) on 5 November 2022.

    • Oct 06, 2022

    VNews VNT 6 October 2022

    Thank you to everyone who participated in the Annual Survey, your feedback has been collated and will assist us in planning a better volunteering future. As part of the National Strategy for Volunteering, we are looking to co-host Visioning Workshops in the NT with Volunteering Australia. Register for How to be Corporate Volunteer Ready.

    • Oct 06, 2022

    VNews VSA&NT 6 October 2022

    Thank you to everyone who participated in the Annual Survey, your feedback has been collated and will assist us in planning a better volunteering future. As part of the National Strategy for Volunteering, we hosted Visioning Workshops in Adelaide with Volunteering Australia. Register for How to be Corporate Volunteer Ready and our AGM & Networking event.

    • Oct 06, 2022

    Annual Survey 2022 Your Feedback

    The 2022 results from the Volunteering SA&NT Annual Survey have been collated. A high satisfaction rate was achieved in services and programs with 100% in volunteer management support. New advocacy issues have included addressing the increase in costs in maintaining volunteer programs and creating a campaign recognising the value of volunteering to the economy.

    • Sep 07, 2022

    VNews VSA&NT September 2022

    I am pleased to be hosting the CEO’s from our sister volunteering organisations from around Australia next week. With the main focus on inclusion and diversity, and how we will continue working with volunteer involving organisations to break down the barriers to volunteering for the three priority groups within our VMA programs of People with Disabilities, First Nations People and Newly Arrived Migrants. Farewell wishes and all the best to Tracey Fox, who finished up with VSA&NT last week, after more than 10 years of service.

    • Sep 07, 2022

    VNews VNT September 2022

    Nominations for the NT Volunteer of the Year Awards have now closed. Thank you to everyone who nominated and we look forward to announcing the winners at the Awards presentations in October. Farewell wishes and all the best to Tracey Fox, who finished up with VSA&NT last week, after more than 10 years of service.

    • Aug 08, 2022

    VNews VNT 8 August 2022

    NT Volunteer of the Year Awards 2022 - nominations close 19 August 2022. Today is the start of National Student Volunteer Week 2022 and we acknowledge student, and young volunteers throughout the Territory who are making a positive change in the community. Read the National Strategy for Volunteering Discovery Insights Report and see what learning and development sessions we are offering online this month.

    • Aug 08, 2022

    VNews VSA&NT 8 August 2022

    As we kick off National Student Volunteer Week 2022 today, I'd like to acknowledge student, and young volunteers who are making a positive change in the community. Read the National Strategy for Volunteering Discovery Insights Report and see what learning and development sessions we are offering online this month.

    • Jul 14, 2022

    Celebrating Exceptional NT Volunteers - NT Volunteer of the Year Awards are now open!

    Volunteering brings many unexpected rewards, and for past winners in the NT Volunteer of the Year Awards, being publicly recognised for doing something that comes from the heart, and without expectations, is humbling. For thirteen years, these prestigious Awards have recognised the exceptional contribution of not only individual volunteers, but volunteer involving organisations, volunteering programs and volunteer managers, all working for the benefit of the community.