State of Volunteering in WA in 2011 survey - now closed
Volunteering WA is inviting you to undertake a survey into the state of volunteering in WA in 2011.
In 2011 the world celebrates the International Year of Volunteers + 10. In recognition of this Volunteering WA is undertaking the State of Volunteering in WA in 2011 Report. This research aims to investigate what volunteering looks like in WA in 2011, for volunteers, volunteer-involving organisations and the wider community. The report will capture issues and challenges and note the features that are changing and evolving in Western Australia’s volunteering environment. The report is unique in that it attempts to capture data on both the formal and informal volunteering habits of Western Australians.
The Volunteers & Non-volunteers survey is for all members of the general public to complete, including current volunteers, non-volunteers and those who provide informal unpaid assistance directly to others in the community. Click on the survey link below to begin.
The volunteering-involving organisations survey is for completion by paid employees and volunteers associated with a volunteer-involving organisation. Click on the survey link below to begin.
By participating in the survey you have the opportunity to win one of two prizes. Please note that you will need to provide your contact details at the end of the survey if you wish to be entered into the prize draw. These details will remain confidential and will not be related in any way to the survey you complete.
Hard copies of the survey can be obtained upon request. For a hard copy of the survey or for more information please contact Denise at Volunteering WA on 9482 4317 or email@example.com.
The survey closing date is mid-August 2011.
The State of Volunteering in WA in 2011 Report will be available on the Volunteering WA website in December 2011.
By participating in the survey you have the opportunity to win a double pass to The Bell Tower, valid until 1st January 2012, or a double pass to a preview of the film ‘Zookeeper’. Seventy-five double passes for each of the two prizes are available.
The Bell Tower
The Bell Tower is one of the most unique and iconic buildings in the world. It is an outstanding landmark attraction that houses the famous twelve bells of St Martin-in-the-Fields, gifted to the people of Western Australia to celebrate our centenary. A cultural icon with enduring authenticity, where historic bells and clocks from all over the world, from all through the ages, have been carefully restored, preserved and celebrated. It is the largets musical instrument in the world!
For more information visit www.thebelltower.com.au.
In Zookeeper, the animals at the Franklin Park Zoo love their kind-hearted caretaker, Griffin Keyes (Kevin James). Finding himself more comfortable with a lion than a lady, Griffin decides the only way to get a girl in his life is to leave the zoo and find a more glamorous job. The animals, in a panic, decide to break their time-honoured code of silence and reveal their biggest secret: they can talk! To keep Griffin from leaving, they decide to teach him the rules of courtship – animal style.
Featuring the voice talent of : Cher as the Lioness , Sylvester Stallone as the Lion, Nick Nolte as the Gorilla, Jon Favreau and Faison Love as the Bears, Adam Sandler as the Monkey, Judd Apatow as the Elephant.
Zookeeper releases to cinemas September 8. For more information visit www.zookeeper.com.au.