The NSW Health Volunteers' Appreciation Day has been celebrated annually by our health services since the United Nations Assembly established the International Year of Volunteers in 2001.
In celebration of the NSW Health Volunteers Appreciation Day, NSW Health services will hold events to recognise volunteers who generously give their time to support patients, their families and staff.
The NSW Health Volunteer of the Year Award is awarded annually at the
NSW Health Innovation Awards which showcase the excellent work throughout the NSW health system.
The NSW Health Volunteer of the Year Award recognises the significant contribution of an individual to volunteering within NSW Health. This award aims to acknowledge an individual who:
"If we help one child, the cost is nothing" - the volunteer, the wristband, and the youth of tomorrow. Read more in the article
Volunteer of the Year does it for the youth of tomorrow and find out how this NSW Health volunteer is helping support the youth of rural NSW.