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The first Poli-Pix winners have been revealed


28 April 2022 at 12:07 pm
Wendy Williams
It was too hard for the judges to decide – so they have awarded three prizes for the first round


Wendy Williams | 28 April 2022 at 12:07 pm


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The first Poli-Pix winners have been revealed
28 April 2022 at 12:07 pm

It was too hard for the judges to decide – so they have awarded three prizes for the first round

The first few weeks of the election have seen charities and community groups, large and small, across Australia get their local politicians to learn more about their work and their contribution to the community.  

All of the pictures entered into the Poli-Pix competition capture the many ways our volunteers, charities and community groups enrich our lives and communities every single day.  


See also: Poli-pix to create clear picture for government

But there can only be… three winners.

Given the high calibre of entries for the first weekly prize, the judges were unable to choose just one winner, so they awarded three prizes of $1,000 for this first round.

Congratulations to Arena Theatre (WA), the Natimuk Showground Community Recreation Reserve user groups, and community radio RTRFM.

Check out the winning entries below:

 

ARENA members give a shot in the arm to local community theatre supporters like candidate for Swan, Kristy McSweeney

ARENA members give a shot in the arm to local community theatre supporters like candidate for Swan, Kristy McSweeney

Natimuk Showground Community Recreation Reserve user groups meet Dr Anne Webster, member for Mallee, set for the 130th Natimuk Show and combined 150th Back to Natimuk Celebrations

Natimuk Showground Community Recreation Reserve user groups meet Dr Anne Webster, member for Mallee, set for the 130th Natimuk Show and combined 150th Back to Natimuk Celebrations

 

Member for Perth Patrick Gorman MP visits RTRFM during recording of Slightly Odway

Member for Perth Patrick Gorman MP visits RTRFM during recording of Slightly Odway

 

Poli-pix is a contest created in collaboration by CCA and Our Community. Entries will be judged on a weekly basis by highly respected Australian news photographer Mike Bowers. 

If you want to put your organisation’s work and the sector’s value in the picture, you can enter here.


Wendy Williams  |  Editor  |  @WendyAnWilliams

Wendy Williams is a journalist specialising in the not-for-profit sector and broader social economy. She has been the editor of Pro Bono News since 2018.

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