Thank you to everyone who submitted nominations for the 2017 Australian Philanthropy Awards. The fate of the nominees is now with the judging panels. We wish you all the very best of luck! We welcome you to attend the Awards ceremony where the winners will be announced on Wednesday 5 April 2017. Event details will be available over the next few weeks.
This Award, presented in partnership with Ninti One, is for current achievements from funding initiatives that advance Indigenous communities, support Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture and promote reconciliation in Australia. This is displayed through:
One of the purposes of the Awards is to acknowledge recent outstanding work in philanthropy. To that end, the timeframe has been set broadly for activity in the past two to five years, which may include design, funding and/or delivery of impact during that time period.
Nominations are welcomed from our Philanthropy Australia members and non-members, supporters and friends of our partner organisations.
You may not nominate yourself, but you may nominate your organisation.
Current staff and Council of Philanthropy Australia and members of the Selection Panel are not eligible for nomination.
Nominees’ names will remain confidential and only successful recipients will be announced.
An award for a funding initiative where the philanthropic and social investment has recognised, supported and empowered Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and communities. Specifically, activity which has :
Submissions will be reviewed by the Selection Panel in early March 2017 for announcement at the 2017 Australian Philanthropy Awards Celebration following the AGM on Wednesday, 5 April 2017.
Things you should know before completing the nomination form:
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Leading Philanthropist: Audette Exel AO
Emerging Philanthropist: Gemma Salteri