Volunteer

Become a hospital fundraiser

Caroline, Jan & Daniel with federal member Joanne Ryan at Werribee Mercy Hospital Fair

It takes a broad community approach to help raise the funds required to expand our public hospital and we welcome volunteers from diverse backgrounds and ages.

Receive some further details about upcoming events and activities where you can fulfil identified roles and decide where you can help contribute or suggest an event or fundraiser you would like some help with, if applicable.

Go online with Fundraising!
Werribee Hospital Foundation encourages the community to create events in support of improved public hospital services at Werribee Mercy Hospital.

We have an online system that is easy to navigate. You can build and customise a fundraising page, then start sharing the link with your friends, family and colleagues and ask them to make a donation. Please check out: www.everydayhero.com.au/event/CreateYourOwnEventWDH

Schools and clubs can also contribute
We welcome partnering with local clubs and schools.

We can provide some start-up ideas, resources and support; or perhaps you already have a fundraising event and just need a cause to work towards.

As with all donations to Werribee Hospital Foundation, a tax receipt is provided.

Please connect with us on Facebook

Lisa Field
Community Engagement & Fundraising Manger 0433 559 530
lisa.field@werribeehospitalfoundation.org.au

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