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New Award for Excellence in Corporate Volunteering


Monday, 30th April 2007 at 12:19 pm
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As part of the 2007 NAB Volunteer Awards, Volunteering Australia has introduced a new national award that recognises excellence in employer-supported volunteering programs.

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Monday, 30th April 2007 at 12:19 pm

As part of the 2007 NAB Volunteer Awards, Volunteering Australia has introduced a new national award that recognises excellence in employer-supported volunteering programs.

Nominations can be made from any employer that can demonstrate their commitment to the community through their employee volunteering program.

The award will recognise best practice within Australia’s corporate volunteer programs. The award prize of $5,000, funded by NAB, will be donated to the Not for Profit organisation of the winning organisation’s choice.

This new award will be presented at the 2007 NAB Volunteer Awards national ceremony in October.

8 June 2007 Nominations close
Late August 2007 Winners announced
October 2007 National ceremony

The award will be judged by Volunteering Australia and a select panel of corporate volunteering experts.

If the business or organisation is national and operates from different sites, only one nomination will be accepted and it must be from the head office. However, the nomination can include reference to the activities and practices of the different office locations.

If you have any further queries call Volunteering Australia on 03 9820 4100.

Alternatively, call the NAB Volunteer Awards helpline on 1800 807 121 (9am – 5pm AEST, Monday to Friday). More information about the 2007 NAB Volunteer Awards can be found at www.nab.com.au/volunteering




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