The Balga resident, who works in Carabooda, continues with it now to honour her mother after she lost her battle with lung cancer last August.
Four years ago, Ms Wulf, her mum and her father Gerry put their names down to help out at the Christmas Lunch In The Park (CLIP) event held in Wellington Square, doing their part to brighten the day for about 2000 people.
�Mum always did charity work after she retired and this one was always on her bucket list,� Ms Wulf said.
�Mum was able to volunteer at CLIP twice; she was diagnosed with lung cancer and we had seven days with her before she died.�
Ms Wulf�s passion for helping other has proved infectious, with her colleagues and friends always pitching in to lend a hand.
�I noticed the gardens at a youth centre near where CLIP is held looked bloody terrible, so I asked my boss if we could donate plants to brighten it up; then my friend who works for a landscaper pitched in and my work colleagues helped with planting on the day,� she said.
Ms Wulf said she would continue to volunteer at CLIP, with preparations under way for this year�s event.