2002 Volunteers of the Year

Maggie Chaseling, Quota International of Peninsula, NSW

Maggie Chaseling

Quota International of Peninsula, NSW


As a volunteer, Maggie’s work touches many people in different walks of life and her enthusiasm is infectious. She began her volunteer work for Quota International as a charter member of Quota International of Manly in 1986. She held every leadership position in the club (except treasurer), and was the chairman of the 13th District Conference in 2000. In 2001, she transferred to Quota International of Peninsula and is currently the first vice president. Within the community, she is an active member of St. Albans Anglican Church, French Forest, serving as a sideperson and bible reader in morning communion services for many years and as a participant in fund-raisers. For the past six years, she has been a member of the Manly Community Centre and the Lupus Association of NSW. She was a volunteer for the 2000 Olympic Games, helping to schedule transportation of international Olympic officials. She is a member of the School Council for Royal Far West School and currently, through Quota International of Peninsula, is involved in fund raising for remedial reading packages for students.


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