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Inaugural Australian Workplace Giving Awards


Wednesday, 3rd August 2011 at 4:17 pm
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The Inuagural Australian Workplace Giving Awards, to be presented in Sydney by Australian of the Year Simon McKeon, aim to recognise and encourage best practice in the implementation and promotion of workplace giving programs and partnerships.

Wednesday, 3rd August 2011
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Inaugural Australian Workplace Giving Awards
Wednesday, 3rd August 2011 at 4:17 pm

The Inaugural Australian Workplace Giving Awards, to be presented in Sydney by Australian of the Year Simon McKeon, aim to recognise and encourage best practice in the implementation and promotion of workplace giving programs and partnerships.

The awards celebrate leadership, innovation, collaboration and best practice in workplace giving by employer and community organisations.

The awards are presented by the Australian Charities Fund (ACF), a Not for Profit social enterprise whose vision is to see significant social impact through employers and community organisations working together.

The 2011 Awards will be presented at a function at NSW Parliament House by Australian of the Year Simon McKeon, who will also give the keynote address on the topic ‘Make Giving Count’.

There are six award categories in total. Four recognising employer organisations, one recognising community organisations and a joint award recognising collaboration between employer and community organisations.

Award categories and nomination criteria have been informed by the insights from ACF’s proprietary research with employees, employers and charities.

EMPLOYER ORGANISATION AWARDS

  • Best Practice Award
    Recognition of overall best practice by an employer in operating and promoting a workplace giving program.

     
  • Innovation Award
    Recognition of an innovative workplace giving initiative undertaken by an employer

     
  • Inspirational Leadership Award
    Recognition of an individual or group of individuals whose behaviour has been inspirational in driving the development of workplace giving in their organisation
     
  • Organisational Engagement Award
    Recognition of excellence in engagement strategies across all levels of the organisation with regard to workplace giving.


JOINT AWARD – EMPLOYER AND COMMUNITY ORGANISATIONS

  • Collaboration Award
    Recognition of excellence in a collaborative partnership between a community organisation and an employer organisation with respect to the employer’s workplace giving program.


COMMUNITY ORGANISATION AWARD

  • Best Practice Award
    Recognition of overall best practice by a community organisation in engaging in workplace giving.

The Awards function will be held on Monday 5 September from 9am -10.30am

Registration for the event is now open. To register, please visit http://australiancharitiesfund.org.au/news-a-events/acf-events



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