The Broken Hill Volunteer Recognition Card is a loyalty card issued annually to volunteers who have completed a minimum of 12 months’ volunteer service in Broken Hill.
The card is administered and issued by Broken Hill City Council and supported by the Barrier Social Democratic Club and Foundation Broken Hill. It engages volunteers in a reward network that provides free access to Council’s Living Desert, the Regional Art Gallery and the Albert Kersten Mining and Minerals Museum. It is also an opportunity for local businesses to offer various rewards and incentives to people who volunteer in the community, such as discounts and ‘2 for the price’ of 1 offers and support fundraising activities.
This is a great and unique opportunity for our local community to thank our volunteers for their contribution, to promote their organisation as a good place to volunteer and to attract new volunteers.
HOW MUCH DO THE CARDS COST?
The cards are completely free! Broken Hill City Council will provide you with your card. All that we ask is that you fill in a simple registration form.
AM I ELIGIBLE?
To be eligible, a volunteer must be a resident of Broken Hill City or have been involved in volunteer work in Broken Hill City for a minimum of 12 months.
The nomination form must be signed by one manager / supervisor of the host organisation. Once completed, return to Broken Hill City Council, 240 Blende Street, Broken Hill, NSW, 2880 or post to PO Box 748, Broken Hill, NSW, 2880.
Please allow up to four weeks for processing.
Applications for volunteer cards, and registrations for businesses to accept volunteer cards are available from our Forms page.