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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Jason Conway

Risk Management Framework Development for VWA

Volunteering WA (VWA) is a not-for-profit member-based organisation that aims to lead, advance and celebrate volunteering and provides a range of resources, services and support so that people in Western Australia are aware of and understand the nature and scope of volunteer activity. Striving for continuous improvement, VWA recognised the need to develop the organisation’s risk management framework while improving internal risk management processes. Given his experience and interest in sharing these skills to benefit the community, Jason Conway was an ideal person to assist.

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Mellisa and Aastha

Marketing Strategic Plan for WA Fairhaven

WA Fairhaven (WAFH) is a not-for-profit organisation that aims to serve the community by providing services to families experiencing difficulties and challenges following family separation. WAFH were looking to improve their services and understanding the importance of having a strong and effective online presence. Aastha Khanna had both the skills and the desire to help, and was quick to put her hand up for this project.

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Karen and Dana

Shared Workspace Guidelines for Volunteering WA

On 14 March 2019, VWA moved into their new office with new shared workspaces and an open plan layout. They wanted to take this opportunity to create shared workplace etiquette guidelines and needed volunteers to facilitate a session with their staff to help them generate these guidelines and help ensure VWA staff worked effectively and respectfully in their new environment. Dana Budzinski and Karen Turner, who both work in the Stakeholder and Engagement department at Woodside, saw this as a great opportunity to work together and do something good for the community.

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