Celebrating our remarkable people
UnitingCare Ageing has today launched its Remarkable People campaign across NSW and the ACT for National Volunteer Week, 14-20 May 2012. The campaign celebrates and thanks the volunteers who give their time and energy to bring joy to the lives of others.
Volunteers play a special role in connecting older people with the broader community.
“Older Australians have a deep connection to their community, our volunteers help maintain that bond,” UnitingCare Ageing Director Steve Teulan said.
Volunteers participate in a range of innovative and fun programs in our centres, including music classes, art, laughter therapy and fitness programs. Each volunteer has something special to offer.
UnitingCare Ageing adopts an individual approach to care and services, to suit the needs of each community and person.
At UnitingCare we develop close relationships to ensure the services we provide, meet the needs of the community and the people we serve.
That is why we put a high priority in resourcing innovative volunteer programs. Our volunteers provide support and connection across a broad range of our services in the community.
Their effort, energy and passion help us maintain a close connection to the many communities in which we are placed, to the benefit of our staff and clients. We couldn’t be without them.
If you have the time, or a special skill to share and help make others lives more joyful, contact UnitingCare Ageing (see Regional specific contacts below) to enquire about volunteering and join our team of Remarkable People.
Hunter, Central Coast and New England
(02) 4943 6077 or email email@example.com
(02) 6624 6333 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
(02) 9975 0502 email@example.com
South Eastern Region
(02) 4253 6536 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
(02) 9556 9050 or email email@example.com
(02) 02 4723 9400 or firstname.lastname@example.org
We look forward to hearing from you.