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WEBINAR: Better Together – Volunteering and Community Broadcasting - 17 May 2022

Danny Chifley, 12th April 2022
11:00am (AEST) Tuesday 17 May 2022
To coincide with National Volunteer Week (NVW) 2022, Australia’s largest annual celebration of volunteering, the CBAA is proud to welcome Volunteering Australia to our webinars.

The theme for National Volunteer Week is Better Together and our webinar will explore how volunteering in community broadcasting makes us better together.

Our webinar will look at:

  • Building your volunteer base - what makes people want to volunteer?
  • Valuing existing volunteers - letting your volunteers know how important they are to your station and community
  • Volunteering in a post pandemic world - rebuilding a positive volunteering environment in a changed world

Mark Pearce - Volunteering AustraliaPresented by: Mark Pearce - Chief Executive Officer, Volunteering Australia

With extensive experience in the social purpose and commercial sectors, Mark is leading Volunteering Australia to build a stronger, more connected and resilient Australian community through volunteering.

National Volunteer Week is a fantastic opportunity to celebrate and recognise the vital work of volunteers and to say thank you.

Together, through volunteering, we are changing communities for the better. We are, Better Together.


This webinar was held at 11:00am (AEST) Tuesday 17 April 2022

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The Community Broadcasting Association of Australia and Volunteering Australia have partnered to promote the integral role of volunteering in community broadcasting.


Volunteering Australia is celebrating how volunteers are Making a world of difference by acknowledging the almost six million formal volunteers and many others who volunteer informally, and provide immeasurable support in their communities.


National Volunteer Week (NVW2013) is Australias largest celebration of volunteers and volunteerism. Today there are over 6 million (ABS 2010b) people volunteering annually in Australia, representing 36% of the adult population.