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    Volunteer with MDFA

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    Volunteer today and help us save sight!

    Volunteering with MDFA is a great way to help reduce the incidence and impact of macular disease throughout Australia.

    With more than 8.9m Australians at risk of, or living with, macular disease, it’s likely you or someone you know will be impacted.  Our services are provided to the community at no cost, so we rely on the generosity of our supporters to do our work.  We hope you consider us when you’re considering helping others!

    It is extra special to be facilitating a group where the intention is to support one another’s wellbeing. I got involved because I have the desire to contribute to others.

              Grace, volunteer facilitator for MDFA’s Sydney Eye Connect peer support

    As a volunteer with MDFA, you will have the opportunity to:

    • Give back to the community
    • Develop new skills
    • Make new friends
    • Increase your confidence
    • Offer hope to others

    MDFA has a number of roles to suit a variety of skills and experiences. Whether you’re interested in becoming a support group facilitator, want to help with office admin, or simply want to give back to the community; MDFA has a role for you.

    Learn more about how you can volunteer with MDFA by watching the video below:

    Explore volunteer opportunities with MDFA

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