June 2024 – Volunteer Thanks

VOLUNTEERS THANKS

The Trust celebrated National Reconciliation Week and National Volunteers week in May.

Managing Director, Scott Carlin, would like to thank each and every volunteer who contributes their time so generously to the Trust (as Australia’s largest community-based heritage organization) and Tasmania’s tourism economy. Volunteers care for Trust properties in a range of capacities from tour guiding to gardening; to collection care and event organizing. Projects such as the Convict Memorial at the Hobart Penitentiary are powered by Digital History Tasmania’s 20+ volunteer historic document transcribers.

Volunteers do behind-the-scenes work including meetings, preparing for events, food prep, travel and connecting people with the Trust including encouraging their friends and contacts to become Trust volunteers.

Volunteering is a great way to give back to your community and meet culturally engaged people from around the world. The Trust aims to make its properties real social hubs. To volunteer, please contact: admin@nationaltrusttas.org.au We will put you in contact with the property and / or project of your choice.

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