Celebrating National Volunteers Week

Giving back to our community in Southern Tasmania

Period: May 20th - May 26th, 2024 | By Fall Real Estate

As we celebrate National Volunteers Week, it’s important to reflect on the significant impact that volunteering has on our communities. At Fall Real Estate, we are passionate about giving back and supporting the causes that make a difference. This week is an excellent opportunity to raise awareness about the importance of volunteering and to encourage everyone to find a charity or cause close to their heart.

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The importance of volunteering

Volunteering is more than just giving time; it’s about building stronger communities, fostering empathy, and creating positive change. Whether it’s a small act of kindness or a long-term commitment, every effort counts. Volunteering not only benefits those in need but also provides a sense of fulfilment and purpose to the volunteers themselves.

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Proud to be part of:

  • Better Challenge: Our team participated in the Better Challenge, a walk, run or bike campaign that raises funds for the Kids Cancer Project. You can learn more about our efforts here.
  • Blood Donations: We encourage our staff to take time out of their workday to visit the blood bank in Hobart. Giving blood is a simple yet powerful way to save lives. Find out more about donating blood here.
  • Tassie Mums Coats for Kids: We have opened our Fall Real Estate offices as drop-off points for the Tassie Mums’ Coats for Kids campaign. This initiative collects warm clothing for children in need. More information can be found here.
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Find a cause: Identify a cause that you are passionate about, whether it’s supporting a local charity, mentoring youth, or helping at community events.

 

Donate: If you’re short on time, consider donating to charities that align with your values.

 

Spread awareness: Use your social media platforms to raise awareness about the causes you care about and encourage others to join you.

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Volunteering enriches our lives and strengthens our communities. We encourage everyone to take a step towards making a positive impact. Together, we can make a difference.

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