Today is International Volunteer Day, a chance to acknowledge and thank our volunteers, and all those who support them, for keeping our communities safe.
Fire and Emergency has released its research report looking into the early experiences of volunteers, and the key influences on their decisions to stay or leave the service.
Each year to acknowledge the hard work and dedication of volunteers, Fire and Emergency offers a $300 reimbursement for out of pocket expenses for volunteers.
Our Volunteer Attraction team will be running a project for the remainder of the year to help selected brigades attract volunteers.
We appreciate our volunteers’ hard work and dedication. To acknowledge this, we offer an annual reimbursement for out of pocket expenses.
This week is an opportunity for us to come together and say “three cheers for our volunteers”, their whānau, employers, supporters and all those who work alongside them.
Next week is Te Wiki Tūao ā-Motu National Volunteer Week! An opportunity for us to say “three cheers to the volunteers”, their whānau, employers, supporters and all those who work alongside them.
Today, five of our Queen’s Birthday Honours recipients were presented with their Queen’s Service Medals (QSMs) at Government House.
This Sunday 5 December is International Volunteer Day, a chance to acknowledge and thank our volunteers, and all those who support them, for keeping New Zealand safe.
To make sure our recognition activities are hitting the mark with our volunteers, we ran a Volunteer Reward and Recognition Survey in July.