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we have over SIXTy volunteers who are devoted to helping the community. their commitment is vital to our success and their selflessness is what keep the doors of our store open.
Navi provides vital services as a chaplain to all volunteers. Her steadfast devotion to the community has assisted MHC support crisis accommodation facilities. She has many years of management experience in catering, retail, and farming.
Carolyn has been a long-serving committee member almost since MHC's inception. Carolyn has previously worked on Mercy Ships and understands the implications of inadequate resources. She has also travelled to developing countries seeing firsthand the need for charity.
Rob has been involved with MHC almost ten years. He works tirelessly as a volunteer and forms part of the management committee. His background in both finance and nursing means his input and guidance on operations and new projects is invaluable.
Joy is a valuable project manager, able to deftly handle operational matters as well as new charitable pursuits. Her light-hearted spirit is engaging and infectious. Her input at Committee level is vital to the success of new projects.
Cheryl devotes herself to the community and works hard to ensure MHC runs like clockwork. She was one of our first community volunteers. Her friendly and kindly persona can never be diminished. She is also a committee member of Narellan Scouts.
Karen is the Public Officer and uses her accounting and business skills in her role on the Committee. Karen is passionate about finding a proactive solution to domestic violence in our local area and beyond.
David is the Treasurer of MHC and also manages the maintenance of our store and property. He never shies away from hard work and will do everything to ensure the safety of volunteers and customers.
Penny understands administration more than most. She heads up our policy compliance and brings her knowledge on charities and operations to great use on the committee.
Val Stewart was the founder of MHC and has devoted herself tirelessly to assisting the needs of the community. She oversees the operations of MHC and manages the furniture donations and deliveries. She engages with so many agencies within Macarthur but also manages projects nationally and abroad.
We're awaiting the donation of a cloning machine. Anyone?