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Honouring and Celebrating Our Remarkable Volunteers

At the heart of our team, there’s a vibrant community of volunteers. Without their dedication and support, we simply couldn’t provide our current range of services to local people who are living with cancer.

Held annually in May, National Volunteers Week is all about highlighting the important role of volunteers in our community and inviting people not currently volunteering to give it a go. 

At Cancer Wellness Support, we celebrated by inviting everyone to our awards ceremony and hosting a delightful volunteer high tea. 


As a special treat, we organised a trip to Katoomba, where volunteers all posed for a photo in front of the iconic Three Sisters rock formation. The event was met with enthusiastic appreciation, providing a wonderful gesture to honour our volunteers’ significant contributions.

Community led and supported, the reciprocal nature of the work that we do means that we’ve become part of the fabric of the communities that we support in the Blue Mountains and Nepean-Hawkesbury.

Ultimately, it’s all about the power of the people and the community support that we receive.

Learn more about volunteering with us

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