Coromandel MP Scott Simpson: National Volunteer Week
EMBARGO June 15,
National Volunteer Week is underway
(June 15-21) and MP Scott Simpson is thanking hardworking
volunteers all over the Coromandel.
Mr Simpson says “We
have many dedicated people around the region who give their
time and energy to helping others. They’re saving lives,
cooking meals, planting trees, caring for animals, offering
support and advice – just to name a few.”
volunteer hours add up to a huge contribution to the
Coromandel. The tremendous work put in by volunteers helps
make our communities stronger, building happier and
healthier places to live,” he says.
Mr Simpson says
“About a third of New Zealanders get involved in volunteer
work; it’s a crucial part of what makes our small towns
and communities tick. Volunteers make up the very fabric of
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