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Girl Guides calls for volunteers to support the next generation of Australian women

Announcement posted by Girl Guides NSW, ACT & NT 31 Jan 2020

Girl Guides NSW, ACT & NT launch new recruitment campaign encouraging the community to shape the leaders of tomorrow
Girl Guides NSW, ACT & NT, one of the largest organisations in Australia dedicated to supporting girls and young women, are calling for more volunteers to play a vital role in the organisation by sharing their experiences and wisdom with the Girl Guide Community.  

After the success of the A Place To Grow campaign in May 2019, memberships significantly increased creating a need to recruit volunteers.

State Commissioner, Sarah Neill said that volunteering is not only about helping others, studies have shown volunteering helps increase your health, happiness and sense of fulfilment.

“From our own research Girl Guides NSW, ACT & NT Insights Research 2018 – we know that our volunteers are making lifelong friends, gaining personal fulfilment, develop a sense of belonging and learn new skills,”  

Girl Guides NSW, ACT & NT, offer a range of flexible volunteering positions available to suit different schedules and needs.

“When considering becoming a volunteer, we encourage people to choose a position that reflects one of their passions and/or experience; to add greater value to the team, the girls and gain personal satisfaction,” said Mrs Neill.

NT Region Manager, Letitia Baldwin, who has been involved in Girl Guides for 16 years said, “We are constantly looking for volunteers with unique passions to share them with our community. It is incredibly important for volunteers to love what they are doing as this provides the greatest benefit to our girls.”  

District Manager, Tegan McAnulty, has been a member of the Guiding community for 22 years both as a Guide and a Leader. When asked why she has been a part of Guiding for so long, her answer is simple.

“The biggest opportunity – at the heart of the Girl Guiding movement, is the girls we work with; it’s the greatest privilege,” said Ms McAnulty.

Tegan has participated in the recruitment campaign with other Leaders sharing their experiences as a volunteer. View the recruitment video series here: www.girlguides-nswactnt.org.au/volunteer

With all these amazing benefits and the start of a new year, why not become a volunteer? www.girlguides-nswactnt.org.au/volunteer

 Notes to editor:
Girl Guides NSW, ACT & NT are devoted to the growth and development of girls. They provide a place where girls can learn, build their skills and connect with like-minded peers. The benefits also extend to the volunteers who play a vital role in supporting the girls.
Guides work to serve their community and support those in need by offering to help where they can. They participate in many local activities and initiatives aimed at giving back to the community.
Girl Guides NSW, ACT & NT offers girls, women and volunteers A Place To Grow.

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Image: Girl Guides at Lark in the Park, Sydney, 2019.

Image: Volunteers at Lord Mayor’s Picnic.  

Image: Recruitment Campaign Artwork.

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