RFBI celebrates our volunteers this National Volunteer Week

Sonia Lim 24 May 2019

It is National Volunteer Week and Villages across RFBI are celebrating our volunteers who generously contribute their time, talents and services to assist staff and residents with a variety of activities and events.

“At RFBI Lake Haven Masonic Village, we have a wonderful team of committed volunteers who are known as the RFBI Care4U Crew and in line with this year’s theme, they are making a world of a difference,” says Leanne Gallangher, Leisure and Lifestyle Manager.

Volunteers were treated to a lovely luncheon and presented with Certificates of Appreciation for all the tireless work they do. These amazing volunteers spend time with our residents, share stories and memories, help with activities and support our residents to live the life they want.

“I have been volunteering with RFBI for 25 years and there is always something to do. I visit people regularly and enjoy meeting people. It gets you out and keeps your old brain working,” stated Arthur Riley, a volunteer at RFBI Dubbo Masonic Village.

“Our volunteers may not be paid but they are priceless!” says Larissa Williams, General Manager of RFBI Hawkins Masonic Village.

If you are interested in joining our team of Volunteers and making a difference to the lives of our aged care residents, please contact your local RFBI Village or visit our website at http://careers.rfbi.com.au/become-an-rfbi-volunteer/