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National Volunteer Poster Competition


25 July 2013 at 11:25 am
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Volunteering Australia wants Not for Profits from across the country to design a poster that promotes the essence of volunteering.

Staff Reporter | 25 July 2013 at 11:25 am


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National Volunteer Poster Competition
25 July 2013 at 11:25 am

Volunteering Australia wants Not for Profits from across the country to design a poster that promotes the essence of volunteering.

Submitted posters must be a minimum of A3 size and based on at least one of the volunteering themes of the National Conference: LEAD, PARTNER, BUILD, and SUSTAIN.

Voting will be by People’s Choice and conducted during the National Conference on Volunteering in september in Adelaide.

Award points will be based on creativity, the clarity of the message, and aesthetic appeal.

Volunteering Australia says posters will be displayed during the National Conference in the Volunteering SA & NT offices, a short walk from the Conference venue.

Submissions will be accepted from individuals, teams, students, and researchers who are involved in volunteering or from a Volunteering Involving Organisation.

A prize will be awarded to the winner of each theme, and winners will be announced at the closing lunch on Friday 6th September 2013.

The posters must be received at Volunteering SA & NT, Level 5, 182 Victoria Square, Adelaide SA 5000 by 5pm Monday August 26.

For more information and to download the entry form, click here.


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