Nominations Opening Soon – Queensland Community Achievement Awards

by Ted Sorensen
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Nominate on the 28th May, 2020 for the Queensland Community Achievement Awards.

This year’s Queensland Community Achievement Award nominations will be opening on Thursday 28 May, 2020 and I encourage locals to nominate.

The Awards are all about the passion of people who are committed to making Queensland a better place
to live.
“Being nominated and then going on to win a 2019 Queensland Community Achievement Award was a
special experience in so many ways.

Firstly, I was invited into a forum of amazing people that do so much
for community and listening to their stories and passion was a humbling as well as uplifting experience
which provided me a view of the huge amount of work and caring that goes into our community on a
continuous basis.

Secondly, it was wonderful to see an award body that seeks out these stories and
recognizes so many for what they do and I enjoyed the way the award process is celebrated.

Thirdly, the awards are not just about the awardee; it is also a thank you and celebration with the family and support
that is critical for every nominated person.

In my case special thanks to my wife Mary, my nominator Barry Searle and the Pullenvale Community Award sponsor, Cr. Kate Richards” said Stuart Stoddart, Crisis
Counsellor, Support Worker and Member of the Kenmore Rotary Club – 2019 Pullenvale Ward
Outstanding Achievement Award Winner.

If someone has impressed you with their community spirit, why not nominate them! The Queensland
Community Achievement Awards will launch on Thursday 28th May 2020, and the state-wide search for
local contributors who are making a real difference in your region will begin.

Here is a sneak peek of some of the categories that will be open for nominations;
• Prime Super Agricultural Innovation Award
• Prime Super Employer Excellence in Aged Care Award
• Australia Pacific LNG Community Hero Award
• Ricoh Australia Customer Service Award
• Awards Australia Community Group of the Year Award
Great prizes are up for grabs, plus every person or group nominated will receive a certificate of
achievement.

For further insight on determining which category to nominate into or to read about the other categories
available visit www.awardsaustralia.com/qcaa

Great prizes are up for grabs, plus every person or group nominated will receive a certificate of
achievement.

Already thought of your community champion?
Be sneaky and put in an early nomination by contacting the Awards office on 1300 055 096.

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