VOICES OF AWWA
“I was born with a condition called Spina Bifida, It is a birth defect that occurs when the spine and spinal cord don’t form properly.
“I have an older twin sister. It was easy for my parents to compare milestones growing up. My sister could walk, but I couldn’t. She
“It’s been an amazing journey partnering with AWWA Community Integration Service (CIS) where our volunteers organise weekly paracanoeing sessions for the students at Macritchie Resevoir.
“I am physically challenged and visually impaired. Finding employment is always a challenge. A lot of organisations claim they are an inclusive workplace just because
“As I grow older, I try to keep myself active by going out on morning walks and doing stretching exercises. When I heard the Purple
“I began my volunteering journey with AWWA 7 years ago when I was just 12 years old. Volunteering keeps me happy, and the fact that