Jamie Brindle of Bicycles for Humanity WA Finalist in Spirit of Volunteering Award
Jamie Brindle, Bicycles for Humanity Western Australia (WA) Founder and Operations Coordinator has been named a finalist in the 2021 Spirit of Volunteering Award, which is sponsored by ABC Radio and is part of the WA Volunteer of the Year Awards organised by Volunteering WA. The winner will be announced during National Volunteer Week at the WA Volunteer of the Year Awards Dinner on 20th May.
Some supporters may have heard Jamie’s interview with Russell Woolf that was broadcast on ABC Radio Perth at 7:30am 29th March.
Jamie was one of the two original founders of Bicycles for Humanity WA in 2011. It was through Jamie’s enthusiasm and drive that Bicycles for Humanity WA was established and has thrived. Jamie has shown exceptional dedication and hard work over the past 10 years to achieve all that has been achieved by Bicycles for Humanity WA.
The ABC’s Spirit of Volunteering Award is determined by popular vote – Please show your support for Jamie and Bicycles for Humanity WA by voting for him at:
Voting closes Friday 23 April and is limited to one vote per person.
For more information about the WA Volunteer of the Year Awards dinner on the 20th May go to: