Volunteer Profiles

Connect Health & Community is supported by more than 200 amazing people who volunteer their time, skills and experience to help us deliver our important services to our wonderful clients.

Meet a few of our friendly faces:

Tamar is a hydrotherapy volunteer and artist.  Tamar helped us celebrate our amazing volunteers by creating a magical artwork entitled 'Making a World of Difference' to reflect the theme of National Volunteer Week 2019.

Brett and his amazing border collie, Jasper, are popular with clients, staff and everyone who knows them.  The driver and jockey team reflect the fact that our volunteers come from all walks of life - even the four legged kind! 

Rosa loves volunteering in our hydrotherapy classes and is proof that age is no barrier to anything.  She loves helping our clients and they make a world of difference for her too.

Mark is a volunteer driver and mentor.  Mark loves keeping fit and healthy and sharing his skills and insights with his amazing group of young people.

 

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