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WOW Day 2019 - Wear Orange Wednesday to Thank our Dedicated SES Volunteers
There are more than 9,000 dedicated SES volunteers in New South Wales alone who give their personal time to respond to emergencies across the State, 24 hours a day.
On WOW Day, Wednesday 22 May 2019, wear orange and take the time to say thanks to the SES volunteers who give so much.
Get involved, take a selfie and upload to your social media account with the hashtag #thankyouses
Think orange and thank orange.
Aussie Orange Icons
Some of Australian's favourite big bold icons will also turn Orange this year. Past orange icons include the Parkes Dish, the Bathurst Gold Panner, lighthouses and bridges.
What do you think will turn orange this year?
WOW Day - Wear Orange Wednesday
Wednesday 22 May 2019
Anywhere in Australia
How to Take Part:
Wear Orange - take a pic - post with #ThankYouSES
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