We invite you to nominate that extra special volunteer/s from your organisation who you would like to see acknowledged in 2020
Street Appeal Collectors
DescriptionBlind Week is the time of year to highlight awareness and to celebrate New Zealanders, who are blind or have low vision, and are living their lives without limits. It is a time to share inspiring stories to give hope to the at least three New Zealanders a day who are told they’re losing their sight. With your support this Blind Week more people in our community who are blind or have low vision, can receive support. Losing your sight can turn your life upside down and it’s thanks to the caring support of people like you that The Blind Foundation can help Kiwis adapt to life without sight by providing practical and emotional support that will help them to face the future with confidence. The Blind Foundation needs you!!! Do you have two hours or more to offer? Your time will enable this very encouraging organisation to continue this help and support. Are you friendly, reliable and trustworthy and able to collect a bucket and a bib (to identify that you are an official collector) and help collect those donations from various designated sites in New Plymouth on Friday 16th October and Saturday 17th October 2020, See the difference you can make by adding your name to the list of collectors for this Annual Street Appeal To find out more please contact Wendy or Marie at Volunteering New Plymouth on (06) 758 8986, or phone / text 027 541 0577 (Marie), 022 571 4228 (Wendy) or email firstname.lastname@example.org to register your interest to help.
Hours2 or more
Volunteering New Plymouth runs a number of events and workshops to support the not for profit sector.
These include Volunteer Awareness Week activities, our annual Volunteer Awards, volunteer managers' recognition events, volunteer 'speed dating' and the volunteers barbeque traditionally held in December.