Do you want to help improve services and support for people with hepatitis B or C?
If you want to help, please consider being one of our Community Mobilisation Volunteers. We can provide training and support. Together we can improve services and support for people affected by hepatitis B and C, and reduce discrimination and stigma.
Who are the Community Mobilisation Volunteers?
Community Mobilisation Volunteers are people like you, who volunteer to take action in their local districts. They are people with experience of hepatitis – either because they have it now, have had it, or are close to someone who has.
Our team of Community Mobilisation Volunteers organise hepatitis B and C related activities and actions in our local area health districts. Our work sees us meeting with policy makers like politicians as well as local council, and talking to media. Every week more people join us, supporting our campaigns through signatures, donations and people power.
Community Mobilisation Volunteers are given training in social media, speaking to politicians, speaking to their local media, letter writing and lobbying.
Our campaigns relate to our key aims – which are called Hepatitis Matters. These are the issues that Hepatitis NSW wants to address over the next few years.
Do you want to know more about being a Community Mobilisation Volunteer?
Do you want an obligation-free conversation with one of our staff or a current Community Mobilisation Volunteer? If so, please contact us.
Or contact the Hepatitis Infoline (9-5 M-F):
For more information about our Community Mobilisation Volunteers, use this confidential form (24/7):
This page last updated 9 Jan 2018