Madjitil Moorna

Process Improvement Support for Madjitil Moorna

Madjitil Moorna is a choir group of Indigenous and non-Indigenous people who rehearse and perform Aboriginal songs and sing in language to build understanding, hope and joy. The organisation had identified the opportunity to improve some of their processes and they sought the assistance of a skilled volunteer to guide this update. With a keen interest in volunteering and the required skillset, Rey Jr Rombawa was just the person to help.

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Cyber Security Workshop

Cyber Security Workshop for VWA Members

Volunteering WA (VWA) makes a difference by connecting thousands of volunteers to volunteering opportunities. With regular communication with its more than 700 member organisations, VWA is in a unique position to identify the needs of multiple community groups. Many of these organisations work with individuals who are particularly prone to cyber security threats and Woodside’s Digital team was keen to assist.

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ESWA Insurance Audit

Insurance Audit for Earth Science WA

Earth Science Western Australia (ESWA) is a free resource organisation for the teaching and promotion of earth sciences. In the last 12 months, ESWA have delivered programs to over 10,000 students, engaged with more than 1,355 educators, and collaborated with industry and schools to deliver engaging events to over 1,000 students. ESWA is currently in the process of growth and it had been identified that an audit of their current insurance cover should be conducted to ensure the cover is appropriate to mitigate risks moving forward. They found the perfect candidates in Sandy Sibenaler, Vice President Treasury and Insurance at Woodside, and Libby Hewton, Assistant Treasurer, Insurance at Woodside.

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Rocky Bay Office Redevelopment

Office Redevelopment Advice for Rocky Bay

Rocky Bay has been a leading provider of disability services for more than 80 years with the purpose of optimising the lives of people living with disabilities. Rocky Bay’s current Mosman Park office is approaching the end of life after almost 50 years and is no longer fit for purpose for customers and staff. Therefore, they have committed to a redevelopment project, which will boost the capacity of services that are currently constrained by physical space and resources. To ensure the redevelopment project is as effective as possible, Rocky Bay sought volunteers with project management, change management, and workspace design experience to offer their advice. Woodside volunteers were happy to assist.

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