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Premier Will Hodgman and the Governor of Tasmania, Her Excellency Professor the Honourable Kate Warner AM congratulates Peter Martin, winner of the 2016 Premier’s Volunteer of the Year Award. Photo: J.Barry Laurance Studio
The Tasmanian Government strongly supports and recognises the value of volunteering in Tasmania through its relationships with Volunteering Tasmania (Tasmania’s peak body for volunteering) and other Tasmanian volunteer-based organisations.
Volunteering helps build stronger, more connected communities. There are a number of benefits for individuals and organisations that result from volunteering including:
Tasmanians are particularly well known for volunteering their time, with past research showing that Tasmania leads Australia in rates of participation.
The social, cultural and economic value of volunteering to Tasmania was conservatively estimated at $4.9 billion in 2014, as referenced in Volunteering Tasmania’s biennial State of Volunteering in Tasmania report.
The report also shows that:
Visit the Volunteering Tasmania website to find volunteering opportunities in your community and field of interest.
Volunteering Tasmania’s Volunteer Connect portal makes it easy for volunteers and organisations to find each other and ensure a great match.
Through Volunteer Connect, you can search the database for vacancies, and organisations can place free advertisements for volunteer positions.
Find a volunteering role by accessing Volunteer Connect