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Sydney Coastrek 2019 Event volunteer

  • Location: Sydney NSW
  • Category: Recreation
  • Type of work
    • Food Preparation & Service
    • Fundraising & Events
    • Sport & Physical Activity
  • Suitable for
    • Groups of 10 or more
    • Travelling Volunteers
    • Work Experience
  • Commitment

    One off - an event

  • Time Required

    Shifts are 2-6 hours, and are available through the day and evening. Maroubra Beach 60k Start: 5:45am – 7am; Vaucluse (Christison Park), checkpoint # 1: 7:30am – 12pm; Rushcutters Bay, 30k start/checkpoint #2: Shift 1 - 7:45- 11:30am, Shift 2 – 11:30am-3:30pm (60km checkpoint); Clifton Gardens, Checkpoint #3: Shift 1 - 9:30am – 3:15 pm; Shift 2 – 3pm-9pm; Balgowlah Heights (Tania Park) Finish line: Shift 1 – 11:30am-5:45pm; Shift 2 – 5:30pm – 12 midnight.

  • Training

    Training for all roles will be on the event day at the beginning of your shift.

  • Requirements

    Own transport is needed to access the location of your shift. Volunteers must either be over 18, or over 16 years and accompanied by a parent or guardian.

  • Reimbursement

    All volunteers receive a small gift to wear, refreshments and a FREE entry to participate in a Coastrek event within 12 mths of the Sydney event.

Sydney Coastrek 2019 is a major fundraising event for The Fred Hollows Foundation's sight restoring work. Volunteers are the face of the event, so a happy smile and words of encouragement are essential ingredients. Roles are performed on site at the start/registration, checkpoints or the finish line, as well as route marshal roles anywhere along the 60km route - between Maroubra, Vaucluse, Rushcutters Bay, Clifton Gardens and Balgowlah Heights (west of Manly). Groups of friends or work mates are able to work together at one site if preferred. You'll have loads of fun in a beautiful location and help The Foundation to restore sight. The event hopes to raise over $1.5m to restore sight in over 25 countries and Australian Indigenous communities. If you can’t help out on Event Day – there are a couple of jobs that need to be done either side of event day such as, a letterbox drop to local residents & businesses letting them know the event is going to be on; and sorting gear at event HQ to make sure it gets to the correct location.


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