Acknowledging our local volunteers

AS National Volunteer Week approaches, it is a great opportunity to acknowledge the generous contribution of the City of Hobart’s volunteers.

It has been a very active and vibrant year with almost 700 volunteers helping to deliver the City’s five key volunteer-involving programs.

Their hard work and dedication across a diversity of programs helps create a better life for many people, foster positive community spirit and promote the state’s beauty and liveability.

Last year, the Meet and Greet Program run by the Tasmanian Travel and Information Centre assisted 52,786 visitors, providing them with information to enjoy their trip in Hobart and Tasmania.

Terry Mather has been working with the Meet and Greet program for the past six years and is an asset to the community, the visitors and the Tasmanian Travel and Information Centre.

Mr Mather always goes above and beyond and has a true passion for Tasmania and for encouraging visitors to see the best of it.

He is a nominee in the Starlight (Community) category in the Destinations Southern Tasmania’s Southern Stars Awards 2018.

To learn more about volunteering with the City of Hobart, please visit the website hobartcity.com.au/volunteer, email volunteering@hobartcity.com.au or phone 6238 2973.

Caption: Hobart volunteer Terry Mather. Photo credit: City of Hobart.

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