Goodbye from Pip
As the PWS Volunteer Facilitator (South) for 12 years, Pip Burke worked closely with Wildcare and the community of volunteers in the Southern region. Pip’s big hearted devotion to her PWS role is now being directed to her family and she leaves full of appreciation for the wonderful volunteers that she had the pleasure of working with. Pip writes below:
“Well it’s a HUGE thanks to you and a farewell from me. My apologies for disappearing off the scene unexpectedly, in 2020. I was very grateful to have extended leave that allowed me to care for my family (Stay Chatty).
You have all been an inspiration to me in my time as PWS Volunteer Facilitator. Huge respect and thanks for your hard work, skills and expertise, passion, commitment. I so appreciated the fun times and the sense of community I experienced over the past 12 years . I have resigned from my PWS position. I’m now studying to be a TRTP practitioner providing support to people in our community experiencing stress, anxiety, trauma, PTSD, by way of giving back and assisting those less fortunate than myself. I’m also a 2IC worker with my husband on a big boat building project.
Wishing you all the very best. Maybe, I’ll bump into you as a volunteer sometime.
Feel free to visit us on Bruny Island if you are going by or be in touch via E: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Handstands in celebration of life.
We wish you well Pip.