2001 was the International Year of Volunteers, the Royal Australian mint
produced 6 million one dollar coins to commemorate the event. The reverse
features the logo of the International Year of Volunteers and the
International Year of Volunteers - ONE DOLLAR while the obverse features
the Ian Rank-Broadley portrait of her majesty Queen Elizabeth II.
Volunteers play an important role in any community but Australia seems to have a particularly prominent and dedicated
workforce of individuals willing to dedicate their time for the benefit of the community. Australia as a nation has been
built with a significant amount of help from these unsung heroes who choose to sacrifice their free time, skills and knowledge
in order to help others and to strengthen their community.
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