Volunteers

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    • Sep 03, 2021

    VNews VNT 3 September 2021

    Welcome to our refreshed once a month VNews for the volunteering sector in the Northern Territory. To stay up to date with the volunteering sector, please follow us on socials. We welcome your contributions so please let us know if you have anything to share.

    • Sep 03, 2021

    VNews VSA&NT 3 September 2021

    Welcome to our refreshed once a month VNews. To stay up to date with the volunteering sector, please follow us on socials. We welcome your contributions so please let us know if you have anything to share.

    • Aug 12, 2021

    Vitality magazine Winter 2021 (SA&NT)

    This free volunteering magazine is published by Volunteering SA&NT and features good news stories from the volunteering sector in South Australia and the Northern Territory. The theme of this issue is Reconnect - Bring back volunteers - as we focus on the challenges of the pandemic to the volunteering sector and look at the changes that need to be made to reinvigorate volunteering.

    • Aug 05, 2021

    Vitality magazine Winter 2021 (NT)

    This free volunteering magazine is published by Volunteering NT and features good news stories from the volunteering sector in the Northern Territory. The theme of this issue is Reconnect - Bring back volunteers as we focus on the challenges of the pandemic to the volunteering sector and look at the changes that need to be made to reinvigorate volunteering.

    • Aug 05, 2021

    VNews VSA&NT 5 August 2021

    As SA comes out of lockdown we are observing continuing restrictions around mask wearing and social distancing, and send our thoughts to everyone in other areas around Australia who are not so fortunate. Stay up to date with the latest advice and restrictions from the Government of South Australia, and visit our COVID-19 resources page on the website. We welcome new volunteer support service partners, Northern Volunteering and Southern Volunteering, who will be working with us to support the new Volunteer Management Activity (VMA) program to increase and strengthen volunteer participation.

    • Aug 05, 2021

    VNews VNT 5 August 2021

    We have a new Darwin Office - The Avenue, L2, 220/12 Salonika Street, Parap. Nominations for the NT Volunteer of the Year Awards are now open, and we are excited to announce two new categories - the Chief Minister’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander of the Year Award, and the Study NT International Student Volunteer of the Year Award. We look forward to bringing you a new refreshed look to VNews as we move away from a fortnightly update, to the first week in each month.

    • Jul 15, 2021

    VNews VSA&NT 15 July 2021

    CEO Evelyn O'Loughlin resigns from position after almost thirteen years. The Volunteering SA&NT Board wish Evelyn well in her new endeavours. A recruitment process will commence for the appointment of our new CEO. In the meantime, we are pleased to confirm Tracey Fox our Executive Manager SA will be acting as CEO as from Monday 19 July 2021.

    • Jul 15, 2021

    VNews VNT 15 July 2021

    CEO Evelyn O'Loughlin resigns from position after almost thirteen years. The Volunteering SA&NT Board wish Evelyn well in her new endeavours. A recruitment process will commence for the appointment of our new CEO. In the meantime, we are pleased to confirm Tracey Fox our Executive Manager SA will be acting as CEO as from Monday 19 July 2021.

    • Jul 08, 2021

    Volunteering SA&NT announces resignation of CEO, Evelyn O'Loughlin

    Volunteering SA&NT (VSA&NT) has today announced that Evelyn O'Loughlin has advised of her intention to resign as CEO of VSA&NT, effective 16 July 2021. Volunteering SA&NT Chairperson Ann-Marie Chamberlain recognised the impact Ms O’Loughlin has had on the organisation and the Volunteer Sector over the twelve and a half years whilst in the role.

    • Jul 02, 2021

    VNews VNT 1 July 2021

    As from yesterday, changed funding arrangements for the new Volunteer Management Activity (VMA) has commenced with State and Territory volunteering peak bodies. The new five year model will focus on developing and implementing strategies to build the capacity of volunteer involving organisations. Initiatives include online volunteer management services, and breaking down barriers to volunteering for identified priority groups (people with disability; First Nation peoples and newly arrived migrants).