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•Program to celebrate generosity of working Australians
•All employers and charities invited to participate
•Entries now open

Entry to the 2017 Workplace Giving Excellence Awards is now open.

Categories encompass both new and established Workplace Giving programs:
•Best Overall Program
•Best Program Launch or Refresh (large employers)
•Best Program Launch or Refresh (small employers)
•Best Public Sector Program
•Most Innovative Charity / Employer Partnership – to be nominated by the charity

Entries are open until 25 August at www.1MDonors.org.au

The inaugural 2016 Awards were a huge success, with the major winners including JB Hi-Fi, BHP, SEEK, Atlassian, Macquarie Telecom and Redkite.

The Awards are part of the One Million Donors campaign to see a million working Australians donating to charity through work by 2020.  Spearheaded by the Australian Charities Fund and launched by The Hon. Malcolm Turnbull, MP, the campaign is now in its fourth year and supported by leading employers, charities and community organisations.

•2017 Awards - Key Dates
•Entries open: 17 July
•Entries close: 25 August (5pm AEST)
•Finalists announced: October
•Presentation event: 2 November (Melbourne)

More Information
Visit www.1MDonors.org.au
Watch a short video of last year’s Awards presentation.
Watch the new TVC which explains why Workplace Giving is the smart way to donate.

Featured image: L-R: Hon Kelly O'Dwyer MP, Richard Murray (Group CEO, JB Hi-Fi), Greg Hutchinson (ACF Director)

2017 Workplace Giving Awards – Entries now open!

•Program to celebrate generosity of working Australians
•All employers and charities invited to participate
•Entries now open

Entry to the 2017 Workplace Giving Excellence Awards is now open.

Categories encompass both new and established Workplace Giving programs:
•Best Overall Program
•Best Program Launch or Refresh (large employers)
•Best Program Launch or Refresh (small employers)
•Best Public Sector Program
•Most Innovative Charity / Employer Partnership – to be nominated by the charity

Entries are open until 25 August at www.1MDonors.org.au

The inaugural 2016 Awards were a huge success, with the major winners including JB Hi-Fi, BHP, SEEK, Atlassian, Macquarie Telecom and Redkite.

The Awards are part of the One Million Donors campaign to see a million working Australians donating to charity through work by 2020.  Spearheaded by the Australian Charities Fund and launched by The Hon. Malcolm Turnbull, MP, the campaign is now in its fourth year and supported by leading employers, charities and community organisations.

•2017 Awards - Key Dates
•Entries open: 17 July
•Entries close: 25 August (5pm AEST)
•Finalists announced: October
•Presentation event: 2 November (Melbourne)

More Information
Visit www.1MDonors.org.au
Watch a short video of last year’s Awards presentation.
Watch the new TVC which explains why Workplace Giving is the smart way to donate.

Featured image: L-R: Hon Kelly O'Dwyer MP, Richard Murray (Group CEO, JB Hi-Fi), Greg Hutchinson (ACF Director)

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Award Application:

Highest Increase in Employee Participation

Full Name*:
Company:
Email*:
Contact No:

Attach a document containing the following*:

  • information about your organisation
  • the number of employees
  • the number of employees participating in workplace giving at the start of the month and at the end of the month – determine the effectiveness of the workplace giving month campaign



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Award Application:

Best Workplace Giving Month Promotion (Employer)

Full Name*:
Company:
Email*:
Contact No:

Attach a document containing the following*:

In 250 words or less outline why their Workplace Giving Month campaign was successful (this is not determined by the number of participants, rather the way the campaign was run).  The 250 words will provide content for the below points:

  • Describe what the campaign was about
  • How collaboration took place with other stakeholders and employees
  • How campaign success was measured



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Award Application:

Best Workplace Giving Month Promotion (Charity)

Full Name*:
Company:
Email*:
Contact No:

Attach documents containing the following:*

In 250 words or less outline why their Workplace Giving Month campaign was successful (this is not determined by the number of participants, rather the way the campaign was run). The 250 words will provide content for the below points:

  • Describe what the campaign was about
  • how collaboration took place with other stakeholders
  • how campaign success was measured


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Connect to The Australian Charities Fund

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Company:
Email:
Contact No:

Shortly after applying you will receive an email from our friendly staff with information on where to go from here.

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