Volunteering is a fantastic way to contribute to the local community. If it’s something you’ve always been interested in but aren’t sure how to get started, then Impact Volunteering’s Introduction to Volunteering sessions are designed to help.
Impact Volunteering supports volunteer organisations to find the right volunteers for their needs through its volunteer matching service. Each month, a volunteer organisation attends Impact Volunteering’s regular introduction session to speak about the work it does in the community, the vital role volunteers play and how you can get involved.
Coming up in August, the Mornington Peninsula Legacy Club will be sharing everything there is to know about volunteering with the club. Legacy is a uniquely Australian not-for-profit organisation dedicated to the welfare of families after the incapacitation or death of a spouse or parent during or after their defence force service. The Mornington Peninsula club was formed in 1995 and currently cares for more than 1200 widows and 20 other dependants on the Peninsula.
To find out more about volunteering for Legacy during its major Legacy Week campaign in September this year, or for more information about the many other volunteering opportunities available to you, join Impact Volunteering on Tuesday, August 14, from 10-11am at the Frankston Library or visit impactvolunteering.org.au
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