As part of National Volunteering Week during May 8-14, the Access Volunteer Team won the Volunteering Impact Award at the QLD Volunteering Awards. The award recognises a program or activity that has made a measurable or sustainable difference. Access co-founder Noeline Clamp was also a finalist in the Lifetime Contribution to Volunteering category. The annual awards acknowledge the efforts of thousands of volunteers, volunteer managers, and volunteer-involving organisations in bringing about positive change within their communities. In addition, Access volunteers Alain Guillemain and Karen Stark, as well as Volunteer Manager Michael Tawadros were finalists for the Frank Lenz Memorial Award for Volunteer of the Year at the Logan Loves Volunteer Awards. We are so thankful to our volunteers on a daily basis and are as proud as punch of these achievements.