2021 Volunteering WA Awards

Read Write Now was nominated for the Community Volunteer Organisation of the Year Award. The winner of the category was Teach Learn Grow, who are committed to supporting disadvantaged children to improve their educational outcomes.

Volunteers are collaborators in community building, build capacity and help people, communities and organisations to reach their potential. A huge thank you to all Read Write Now volunteers who make such a difference to the lives of many.

Pictured below l to r, Robyn Knight (Coordinator, Operations), Marcia Barclay (Manager) and Michelina Vinci (A/Manager)

Australia Day Awards 2021

Rockingham Coordinator and tutor Karin Gulliver was awarded Community Citizen of the Year by the City of Rockingham. 

Veronica Read, Armadale Coordinator, was awarded the Community (Senior) Citizen of the Year for her volunteer work in and around the Armadale region.

The Albany RWN group won the Active Citizenship group. This group has been assisting adults in their community for over   40 years. 

Albany Coordinator Christine McConigley and tutor Sue Hyde accepting the 2021 Active Citizenship Award. 

 2019 Adult Learning Australia scholarship winner Greg Nelson  

 2019 City of Melville Mayor's Award Libby Cook

2019 City of Nedlands community Citizen of the Year, Jenny Tessler 

2018 Peel Volunteer of the Year Sean Madden

2016 WA Volunteer of the Year - Hank Koster 

2012 Western Australia Community Organisation of the Year Award

The Award recognises Western Australian volunteer organisations that provide innovative leadership and through best practice in volunteering, bring about positive and enduring change to their community.

Read Write Now Program Manager Marcia Barclay and Central Institute of Technology Managing Director Neil Fernandes pictured with His Excellency Malcolm McCusker AC QC (former) Governor of Western Australia and the Honourable Robyn McSweeney MLC, (former) Minister for Volunteering.