Volunteer Expo - CANCELLED

Add to calendar Saturday 23 May 2020 9am-5pm

**In the interest of community safety and recent information regarding COVID-19 this event has been cancelled.

Shake the hand of a volunteer!

The Cockburn Volunteer Expo is an exciting and fun event that will be held outside Big W at Cockburn Gateway Shopping City, Saturday 23 May, 9am-5pm, to celebrate National Volunteer Week. 

Cockburn Volunteer Resource Centre will again be hosting this enjoyable FREE event for all ages. This year’s theme is, “Changing Communities. Changing Lives”. Local Cockburn residents will be given the opportunity to learn about volunteering in Cockburn and meet those who change lives.

A diverse range of volunteer organisations will promote their causes, sell fundraising items and host interactive displays to engage the community. Come along meet Volunteer Ted, participate in games, there will be face painting and colouring in for the kids.

Cockburn Gateway Shopping City

816 Beeliar Drive (Cnr Beeliar Drive and Kwinana Fwy)
Success WA 6164



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Cockburn Volunteer Resource Centre

Email volunteering@cockburn.wa.gov.au

Phone 08 9411 3490

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