Are you looking for something to do with your spare time? Want to be part of a fun team that has so far raised over $1 million to buy equipment for the Broken Hill Hospital?
Volunteering in the Kiosk could be your answer!
The Kiosk has been around for over 75 years and is one of Broken Hill’s most successful community not-for-profit organisations. In the past seven years alone the Kiosk has donated over $1,270,000 to the Hospital and this year will donate around an additional $170,000. The Kiosk has received many awards, both locally and statewide for its fundraising activities. In October 2016, for example, the Kiosk was awarded the Dame Marie Bashir Trophy for being the biggest fund raising Hospital Auxiliary in a non-metropolitan hospital.
The volunteers make this happen but it needs some more help – particularly for the Wednesday shift. You can volunteer for as much or as little time as you can fit in on the day.
“The Kiosk is totally run by volunteers. We have no paid employees and all our activities are undertaken by volunteer workers and although Volunteers are not paid, we do get an immense amount of satisfaction from helping the community,” said Kiosk Auxiliary President, Betty Sammut.
“The Kiosk is a happy and friendly place to work. We currently have around 60 regular volunteers but we do need some more volunteers, cheerful community minded people to join our Wednesday team,” she said.
If you are interested in volunteering at the Kiosk, why not have a chat to the President, Betty Sammut. You can speak to Betty on 0400 183 146. You can also speak to Mary Leehane, Far West LHD Volunteer Manager on 8080 1256.