ACOSS and HESTA are delighted to announce the finalists for the first ever Community Sector Awards, celebrating the outstanding achievements of individuals and organisations operating within this vital sector.
We hope you can join us to celebrate their achievements at this year’s conference dinner and gala awards night, following Day 1 of the ACOSS National Conference, on Monday the 25th of March.
Social Impact AwardFinalists
Joanna Shulman, Redfern Legal Centre
David Burnet, The Yellow Van Food Rescue)
Carol Croce, Child Wise
Australian Drug Foundation
Red Cross Migration Support Service
White Ribbon Australia
Toowoomba Youth Service
Unsung Hero Award Finalists
Pamela Erwin – Oriel Services Ltd – HiCity Industries
Meron Morrison – Box Hill Citizens Advice Bureau
Anita Pell – Berry Street
Caz (Caroline) Lewis J.P. (nee Siow) – Mission Australia
Souhair Afiouny – Islamic Womens Welfare Association
ACOSS is proud to be staging these inaugural awards which will become a mainstay of the community sector recognising outstanding service provision, advocacy and leadership in improving the lives of people who access the services of this sector.
The gala awards dinner will commence with drinks from 6.30pm, with a sit down three course meal to follow whilst the awards are announced by MC, Jane Caro. Adelaideâ€™s top cover band Acoustic Juice will then entertain for the remainder of the night to get you up for a dance and celebrate!
ACOSS Conference: http://conference.acoss.org.au/
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