Wendy Inder is one of those people whose face is well known around the community because she is often there when help is needed.
You may have seen her behind the barbecue serving up sausages from the Red Cross trailer; she’s been a Red Cross volunteer for the last five years. Or perhaps you’ve spotted her with armloads of flowers for the Cancer Society’s Daffodil Day fundraiser. You may have noticed her amongst the ranks of the willing at any number of other places, as Wendy has been volunteering in the Marlborough community since 1963.
She’s a Marlborough Red Cross branch member and sits on its Nelson Marlborough Area Council. Her governance skills are also much appreciated by Age Concern Marlborough where she is a long-serving executive committee member and currently chair of that committee.
Relaxation is the time she spends in the Sounds at the family bach quietly reading a book.