How often have you wanted to speak to someone who also has CMT? Our Area Coordinators and Support Group Contacts play an important role in sharing contact information.
Other ways you can volunteer for CMT Australia include fundraising, workplace giving, offering special skills e.g. Marketing, Promotions, helping at CMT Australia Events, assisting the office.
Become a CMT Australia Volunteer
CMT Australia has run for over 30 years on volunteer power and it needs help. Please consider putting your hand up to help out the organisation.
Help is needed at the office at Concord Hospital in Sydney. If you don’t live in Sydney, we have tasks that can be done remotely. Why not give our Secretary, Anycie, a call on 0406 881 220 and have a chat to see what you can do to help.
There are other ways you can volunteer for CMT Australia:
- Organising and/or assisting at fundraising events
- Encouraging donations to CMT Australia through GiveNow for fundraising events
- Assisting at CMT Australia events
- Do you have Marketing or Promotions experience – CMT Australia would love to have you on board to help
- Join the CMT Australia Committee and help the Association meet its goals and grow in the future
- Encourage your workplace to support CMT Australia through Workplace Giving program
If you are interested in becoming a CMT Australia Volunteer in your area please contact our National office to discuss
Become a CMT Australia State/Regional Area Coordinator or Support Group Contact
Our Area Coordinators and Support Group Contacts play an important role providing people with CMT the opportunity to share with and learn from other people who have CMT in your area.
Coordinators are available to assist people with CMT and their families with contact names for medical and allied health professionals who have experience with CMT patients.
Support Group Contacts organise meetings or ‘coffee catchups’ where ideas are shared and members are able to support each other by discussing the challenges that they face. Having someone to talk to who is also on the “CMT journey” can help you and your family cope with CMT.
Support Groups are also open to those caring for people with CMT and for parents of children with CMT. It’s all about mutual encouragement as we negotiate the many challenges that living with CMT brings. CMT Australia encourages members of our CMT “Family” to participate in these Support Groups.
If you are interested in becoming a Coordinator, or a Contact for a Support Group in your area please contact our National office.