The Premier’s Volunteer Recognition Program celebrates volunteering and acknowledges the desire to take part in community life across all ages.

The Premier’s Volunteer Recognition Program recognises the contribution volunteers make towards strengthening our communities.

The Premier launched the program in 2015, and since then more than 13,000 volunteers have been recognised across NSW under the program.

Recognition certificates are produced for presentation before the end of the year. In most instances, the local Member of Parliament presents certificates.

The Premiers’ Volunteer Recognition Program is run by the NSW Department of Family and Community Services.  For more information visit the NSW Government website here.

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