Unfortunately the awards have been postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Instead of holding the awards ceremony during National Volunteer Week as we normally do, we now plan to hold the ceremony on 2 December 2020 as a virtual event. This online function will be part of our International Volunteer Day celebration and will also incorporate our Annual General Meeting. Nominations are now closed. Thank you.
The awards acknowledge the efforts of hundreds of volunteers, volunteer managers, volunteer-involving organisations and businesses in bringing about positive change within their communities.
Awards are presented across six key categories:
- Volunteer of the Year Award
- Youth Volunteering Award
- Lifetime Contribution to Volunteering Award
- Excellence in Volunteer Management Award
- Volunteering Impact Award (a volunteer program)
- Corporate Volunteering Award (an employee volunteering program)
Selection panels comprising experienced community, government and business leaders will meet around each category to select the 2020 award recipients.
The awards ceremony
Nominees, finalists and recipients will all be honoured at the 2020 Queensland Volunteering Awards Presentation. In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Volunteering Queensland now plans to hold the awards ceremony on 2 December 2020 as a virtual event. This online function will be part of our International Volunteer Day celebration and will also incorporate our Annual General Meeting.
This ceremony will highlight the stories of those who have gone above and beyond in their dedication to the community through volunteering.
Each award recipient will be presented with a beautiful trophy and certificate and will be profiled through an extensive media campaign.
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National Volunteer Week and the Queensland Volunteering Awards are proudly supported by the Queensland Government.