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Two women in front of Coffs Harbour Hospital

Pink Ladies President Helen Mears and General Volunteers member Elizabeth Worraker are ready to welcome you to the volunteers family at Coffs Harbour Health Campus.

Coffs volunteers looking for more buddies

Apr 12, 2022

If you volunteer at Coffs Harbour Health Campus, have you thought about bringing along a friend?

You not only help brighten someone’s day in hospital, but you get to do it with your bestie.

Coffs Harbour Health Campus is looking for people to volunteer as members of the Coffs Harbour Pink Ladies or Coffs Harbour General Volunteers.

Both groups do an amazing job at the hospital, from manning the General Volunteers’ enquiries desk to serving delicious coffee and meals at the Pink Ladies Café.

Our volunteers are awesome. They help visitors, unfamiliar with the hospital layout, to their destination, they run the Pink Ladies Shop where visitors can grab a gift for a loved one or buy necessities, and they are always there with a helping hand or compassionate smile when visitors and staff need it most.

There is even an opportunity to learn how to become a barista in the Mid North Coast Cancer Institute cafe. We provide the training, free, and you will absolutely brighten the day of our cancer patients and their loved ones.

The hospital has missed its volunteers over the past two years, and while some areas of the hospital are still not able to have volunteers due to COVID-19 precautions, we want to start rebuilding our volunteer base.

Anyone who cares about their community can be a volunteer – your new friends will buddy up with you to show you what to do.

Join our Health family on the Coffs Coast by contacting our Facility Support Manager Jo at MNCLHD-CHHC-FacilitySupport@health.nsw.gov.au.

four women at an enquiries counter in a hospital. They are wearing orange shirts... the colour of the uniforms worn by volunteers.

Diane Eyndhoven, Betty Beckenham, Elizabeth Worraker and Angela Fryer are ready to welcome new members to the Coffs Harbour Health Campus General Volunteers.

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