In line with Government announcements and our own medical advice, a decision has now been made to re-open the B4H WA Middle Swan workshop, beginning from Tuesday 19 May.
Because the health and wellbeing of you and your loved ones is paramount, especially while the COVID 19 pandemic remains a real threat, there will be strict new work protocols enforced at the workshop, at all times. In order to enable appropriate social distancing there will be a maximum limit of ten persons permitted at the workshop at any one time. To make this work Jamie Brindle (Operations Coordinator) will manage rostering of volunteers. Whether you are a new hand, or an experienced volunteer, we ask you not to just turn up at the workshop, but first phone (0468 306 901) or email (firstname.lastname@example.org) to make sure there will be space for you on the day(s) you would like to be there.
We are all in this together. If we all abide by the rules, we can all stay healthy and have an enjoyable time continuing our charitable purpose and serving those in need.
B4HWA has a permanent workshop located behind Jack Williamson Oval in Middle Swan. Here we collect bicycles, work to repair them and pack them into shipping containers for transportation to one of our recipients.
We always need extra hands. Whether you’re interested in helping out collecting bikes or joining in one of our packing days or have other skills that could benefit the project – please get in touch, we’d love to hear from you. And remember — no experience necessary! Our experienced workshop volunteers are there to help when you need a hand.
B4HWA is completely volunteer run and can only do the work that we do because of the brilliant people donating their time to our organisation.
Volunteers are welcome every Tuesday and Friday from 9am to 1pm.
We are also open on the second Sunday of the month from 9am to 1pm.