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Thanking Volunteers 

The Governor and Mr Howard marked National Volunteer Week 2021 by paying tribute to those who contribute to our community. 

National Volunteer Week 2021

National Volunteer Week 2021 runs from 17 to 23 May, and is a week-long celebration of volunteers. 
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Australian Red Cross Victoria Awards 2021

Mr Howard hosted an awards ceremony for the Australian Red Cross Victoria 2021 Awards. 
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Launch of Lions V Districts Mobile Skin Cancer Screening Unit

The Governor launched the Lions V Districts Mobile Skin Cancer Screening Unit at Government House this week.
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Christmas Traditions & Volunteering

The festive season began this week with the Governor and Mr Howard honouring a Melbourne Christmas tradition, and festive volunteering.
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A Roundtable with the Muslim Women's Council of Victoria

The Governor and Mr Howard continued their program of virtual roundtables today.
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A focus on mental health and community support

As part of the Vice-Regal program this week, the Governor conducted a virtual meeting with the CEO of Beyond Blue, one of the most well-known mental health organisations

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Continuing the Virtual Program

During COVID-19, the Governor’s virtual program has had a particular focus on retaining a connection with Victorians from all over the State.
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A message for National Volunteer Week

A message of thanks to all Victorians who generously contribute to our community through volunteering, from the Governor of Victoria.

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The 150th anniversary of the Royal Children’s Hospital.

The Governor and Mr Howard hosted a garden party to recognise and acknowledge the enormous contribution of the Royal Children’s Hospital to the Victorian community over the last 150 years. 

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Give Blood in the Ballroom: Friday 9 August

Donors will be able to give blood in the Ballroom on Friday 9 August.

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Give Blood in the Ballroom: 30 and 31 August

You will be able to give blood in the Government House Ballroom when it once again becomes a temporary blood donor centre.
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