stjohnvic | 22 Aug 2017
Rosemary Le Guier, a veteran St John Ambulance Victoria volunteer, has been awarded Hume Resident of the month as acknowledgement for her philanthropic work over the years, as reported by the Hume Leader.
We get a huge amount of volunteer enquiries every month – up to 150 in Victoria alone. We’re very fortunate and humbled that so many people want to join us in delivering First Aid services to the community at festivals and events. Our volunteers are so incredibly valued by the public when they’re out and […]
By Sharon Carpenter, St John Ambulance Victoria Volunteer One of our dedicated St John volunteers was at the scene of the Bourke St tragedy, where she fearlessly helped one critically injured casualty and three others. Sharon has kindly allowed us to republish her account of events, abridged here from the full version at her website. […]
One of many St John volunteers who received an award at Government House, John Golino of the Darebin Division recently appeared in the Preston Leader:
To spread the word about the Grill’d Local Matters Initiative, our volunteer Amelia Harrison ventured out to South Melbourne beach for a photoshoot with the Herald Sun on a warm summer’s day. This was to let people know that for every burger purchased at a Grill’d in January, a token can be given to St […]
We were pleased to see our longest serving Volunteer Merv Goodall receive the Premier’s Award. From the early days as a young boy all the way to now, Merv has dedicated decades of service to St John. The story was picked up by the Moorabbin Glen Eira Leader, as below:
With an upcoming volunteer information session in Shepparton, Kimberley and Matthew Jaskolski appeared in Shepparton News to spread the word and tell their story about being St John volunteers. The full article can be viewed online here.
One of our youth members Tanishea Holmquest received the Grand Prior’s Badge at the awards in November. News of her win spread to the Moreland Leader who published an article that can be viewed online here.