Titahi Bay volunteer wins Volunteer of the Year Award

Volunteer of the year​Haidee Hemsley recently won the Pam Murray Volunteer of the Year Award, which has been running since Pam Murray was the New Zealand President of Plunket (From 1999-2003).

Haidee has been volunteering for the Titahi Bay Committee for five years, and currently holds the role of President.

Moana Uerata-Jennings, Wellington Plunket’s Community Service Leader, said that Haidee has been integral to keeping the Committee together in a very diverse community.

“Haidee has a passion for connecting community, providing relevant services in her area and trying to ensure our clinical staff are supported,” she said.

“Haidee also put her hand up to be the volunteer voice on the steering committee for the Porirua Plunket Centre Project. When needed, Haidee willingly took on the role of Chairperson to see the project through to completion.”

For more details, please email Moana Uerata-Jennings​.

Tags: 0 Comments Posted by Wellington Plunket on 29 November 2013

Post your comment


No one has commented on this page yet.

RSS feed for comments on this page | RSS feed for all comments

An interesting link from Plunket
Here's something I read on the Plunket website I thought you might find interesting.
Please separate with commas.