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People's Choice - Volunteer Awards


Monday, 29th September 2003 at 1:09 pm
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In 2003, the National Australia Banks Volunteer Awards have been extended so that communities can vote for their favourite volunteer group in the People's Choice Award.

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People's Choice - Volunteer Awards
Monday, 29th September 2003 at 1:09 pm

In 2003, the National Australia Banks Volunteer Awards have been extended so that communities can vote for their favourite volunteer group in the People’s Choice Award.

The 180 short-listed groups from across Australia are keen to be one of the winners in the nine categories as it offers a $2500 prize towards their organisations activities.

The winners will also be invited to attend the National Volunteer Awards presentation ceremony on International Volunteers Day on December 5th in Sydney.

Voting closes on Friday October 10, 2003.

To vote simply go to www.national.com.au. Click on community in the menu and follow the instructions to the voting area.

Only one vote can be recorded from any one computer!




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