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‘Big Hearts’ Awards from Australia Cares


Monday, 17th November 2008 at 3:18 pm
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The Australia Cares 2008 Big Heart Awards were announced on Monday evening as part of an event to celebrate the growth of Melbourne Cares to becoming a national organisation, Australia Cares.

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‘Big Hearts’ Awards from Australia Cares
Monday, 17th November 2008 at 3:18 pm

The Australia Cares 2008 Big Heart Awards were announced on Monday evening as part of an event to celebrate the growth of Melbourne Cares to becoming a national organisation, Australia Cares.

The Big Heart Awards annually recognises two individuals and two teams for their outstanding contributions in the community.

2008 winners for the Individual Award are:
– Anne Howells, Telstra
– Meagan Denison, Cadbury Schweppes

2008 winners for the team award are:
– ThoughtWorks
– Cadbury Schweppes

Australia Cares is a national independent broker for creating enriching partnerships between Australia’s leading businesses, governments and community organisations. In partnership, Australia Cares designs and develops initiatives with tangible and outstanding sustainable outcomes for the community. For further information visit http://www.australiacares.org.au/



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