WA 50-Year Volunteer Service Badge

Nominations are invited for the Western Australian 50-Year Volunteer Service Badge.

The Volunteer Service Badge is designed to thank volunteers who have contributed half a century or more of service to the Western Australian community.

Volunteers who have contributed 50 years or more to a specific group, club or organisation, local government or state government, are eligible to be nominated by their organisation.

Nominations may be submitted at any time throughout the year but can only be made by the volunteer's organisation.

You can find more information about this terrific initiative at the Department for Communities website

 

Useful links

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Free Club Websites

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KidSport

Enabling WA children to participate in community sport and recreation

Community Volunteer Project

Helping clubs recruit, train and retain a new generation of volunteers.

Quote of the week

Stuart didn't show signs of focus or determination; he was just a lovely kid. The only thing I can put his success down to is that we were always a sporting family and the accent was on enjoyment and participation with the rest of the team.

Terry MacGill (on coaching the Nedlands Cricket Club Under 11s), father of Australian spin bowler Stuart MacGill.

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