A Christmas 'thank you' for our volunteers

CEO Amanda Murphy (right) chats with a mother-daughter volunteer team.

Connect Health & Community CEO, Amanda Murphy thanked our volunteers for their amazing contribution to our organisation over the past year, at the annual Volunteers' Christmas Party this afternoon.

Ms Murphy hosted more than 100 volunteers for lunch at the Murrumbeena Bowls Club where guests enjoyed food, friendship and festivities to celebrate another 12 months of invaluable work in the delivery of Connect Health & Community's vital health services.

Volunteers enjoy the conviviality of the festive lunch.

"Our volunteers are the lifeblood of our organisation and we are truly grateful for your dedication and hard work," she said. 

“Over the past year, you have given us more than 20,000 hours of vital, yet unpaid assistance. Without you, our work would truly not be possible. Thank you.” 

Ms Murphy said, “We wish you all, and your families and loved ones, a wonderful festive season and look forward to seeing you all in the new year.” 

Volunteer Christmas Party Photo Gallery:

Festive food and good times were order of the day.
A lovely afternoon was had by all.
Volunteers had a lovely time making new friends.
Santa's Little Helper, Brooke, made sure all volunteers had fun.
CEO Amanda Murphy cuddles with volunteer dog, Jasper (who appears to have seen someone steal his Christmas pudding!)

 

 

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