Congratulations to the 2018 VOTYA Winner, Alan Quaife

Impact Volunteering were very pleased to announce the winners of the 2019 Volunteer of the Year Awards at the Mayor’s Picnic in September.

We received some truly inspirational applications this year from a wide variety of organisations across three categories: Community Services, Youth and Seniors. Awards were given in each category, along with an overall winner who earned $1,000 for their volunteer organisation.

Congratulations to Alan Quaife from Frankston and Peninsula Dolphin Sports, our 2018 Volunteer of the Year Award Recipient, who won the Seniors category this year and to Community Services Category Winner Peter Talbot for his work with 3199 Beach Patrol and Youth Category Winner Bridie Talbot for her contribution to the Frankston Youth Council.

Thank you to all the volunteer organisations who nominated a wonderful volunteer for the 2018 awards.

2018 Winners

From Left: Mayor Cr Colin Hampton, Impact Treasurer Craig Stephens, Alan Quaife, Peter Talbot, Bride Keily.  Photo courtesy of Steve Brown

From Left: Mayor Cr Colin Hampton, Impact Treasurer Craig Stephens, Alan Quaife, Peter Talbot, Bride Keily.

Photo courtesy of Steve Brown