Contact Us

 1300 073 782

 1300 273 782

 office@nswsesva.org.au

 Unit 1, 2 - 6 Lindsay Street Rockdale NSW 2216

       

Notices

December Issue of The Volunteer

Follow this link to view The Volunteer December 2017

  

Member Advantage Program

 

Charity Status

The NSW SES Volunteers Association is a registered charity with the Australian Charities and Not for profits Commission (ACNC).  Information on their website and includes publication of financial information and the organisations constitution.

The NSW SES Volunteers Association holds a charitible fund raising license in NSW and can be found on the Gaming and Liqour NSW website.

The Australian Business Register contains details of our Taxation Concessions

Annual Reports

2015-16_Volunteers_Association_Annual_Report.pdf and Financial Statements

2016-17 Volunteers Association Annual Report and Financial Statements

Corporate Plan

2018-2020 Corporate Plan

Governance Documents

Constitution

Area Regulations

Associate Members Regulations

Code of Conduct

Board of Directors

Kim Davis ESM (President)

Kim Edwards

Patricia Orchard

Shannon Crofton ESM

Megan Hamblin

Erin Pogmore

Committees

The Volunteers Association operates the following Committees:

Welfare Committee

Governance Committee

Compliance and Risk Committee

Grants Committee

Structure

Our consititution was changed at the AGM in November 2017 by vote of the Association members.  Part of this included changing our structure based on the changed NSW SES structure.  These changes are a work in progress.

A survey was sent to Association members regarding how they would like to be represented and changes will be brought into effect to reflect this.

At the top level our board of directors has oversight of the organisation.  Each of our directors are elected for three years and brings a degree of expertise to the board and works towards different components of our strategic plan.  

One director also holds the position of vice president and secretary.

The board meets every two months and generally holds a planning activity in the between months

The annual general meeting is held each year before December.

Members are bound by the Member Regulations as well as the Code of Conduct and the Constitution.