On Wednesday 23rd May, all Australians are encouraged to wear orange in a united show of thanks for the tremendous work done and commitment shown by SES volunteers.
Wear Orange Wednesday (WOW Day) is a national day of thanks for the many Victoria State Emergency Services (VICSES) volunteers who support their local communities during flood, storm, landslide, road rescue, search and rescue, and more.
In Victoria, SES volunteers responded to more than 31,000 calls for assistance last year, equalling a total of 302,623 operational hours.
Show your support for SES volunteers by wearing something orange on Wednesday, 23 May.
Landmarks in Melbourne and across the country will be ‘flooded’ in orange this WOW Day in support of SES volunteers, including the MCG, AAMI Stadium, Bolte Bridge, Arts Centre and the Victorian Parliament House. You can view locations on the map below.
Events and morning teas will also be held throughout the state.
Take a photo and tag it with #thankyouSES
Change your profile picture to support WOW Day
Send a message of thanks to SES volunteers on social media include the #thankyouSES hashtag.
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