Volunteering – a two-way benefit!
Tyndale Christian School – Salisbury East have 230 volunteers who are: parents, grandparents, old scholars, staff, students and neighbours willing to contribute their part to the Tyndale community. This represents a wide variety of skills and talents, making Tyndale a richer community. In fact, the School’s SINE register of visitors shows that throughout 2020 (despite the restrictions on volunteers in Term 2) an average of 12 hours per day was contributed by volunteers!
Our desire is for all Tyndale community members to experience a strong sense of belonging that encourage them to be participants rather than spectators; this is truly demonstrated by volunteers and their passion to support the School. The benefit is two-way, volunteering is rewarding for the individual and offers the opportunity for skills-development and community connectedness.
This year, Volunteering Australia wants volunteers and volunteer-involving organisations to: Recognise, Reconnect and Reimagine volunteering in Australia. Recognise – celebrate and thank volunteers for the vital role they play in our lives. Reconnect – to what is important by giving our time to help others and ourselves. Reimagine – how we better support volunteer and communities they help.
We truly value and appreciate all that our volunteers do for the School and would like to invite Tyndale Christian School – Salisbury East volunteers and volunteer applicants to join us for a free movie on us! Hoyts Cinemas Salisbury, Wednesday 19 May 2021.
Click here to book your ticket (you can book up to 3) so we can reserve your seat for you!
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