Here’s to you, our amazing volunteers

In homage to National Volunteer Week, for the next five days we’re going to highlight how fortunate we are to have so many wonderful volunteers on our books.

In their own words, ‘National Volunteer Week is an annual celebration to acknowledge the generous contribution of our nation’s volunteers’, and throughout the working week we’re going to hear from gig buddies, their support workers/family members, and the volunteers themselves.

We want the world know about their experiences when it comes to being part of Gig Buddies Sydney, and to get a better understanding we’ve reached out and asked a series of questions.

Be sure to keep an eye on our Facebook, Instagram and Twitter accounts for the next five days as that’s where we’ll be sharing our findings.

Today we start by asking our volunteers: what’s the best bit about being a volunteering?

Matthew Collins

Gig Buddies Sydney Community Engagement Coordinator

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