Nominations now open for the NSW Volunteer of the Year Awards
- by Kate Bowman
- May 29, 2019
Nominations are now open for the NSW Volunteer of the Year Awards, the largest celebration of volunteering across the country. The Awards are in now their 13th year, with last year’s celebration attracting 112,000 nominations from more than 470 organisations.
The awards are growing each year, with more organisations choosing to nominate as a way to recognise the contribution of their volunteers and also to highlight their own work and value to local communities.
The Awards are presented at 21 regional events held across every corner of the state, culminating in the State Finals at a Gala Ceremony in Sydney at the end of the year. Individuals or teams can be nominated in one of seven award categories.
- Young Volunteer of the Year
- Adult Volunteer of the Year
- Senior Volunteer of the Year
- Volunteer Team of the Year
- Corporate Volunteer of the Year (individual)
- Corporate Volunteer Team of the Year
- Excellence in Volunteer Management
Regional finalists are invited to the State ceremony where winners in each award category are acknowledged and the 2019 NSW Volunteer of the Year announced.
For any enquiries and bulk nominations (more than 20), please contact the Awards team at email@example.com and they can help you out.
Click this link to Nominate NOW!
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