The HESTA Community Sector Awards recognise outstanding service provision, advocacy and leadership in improving the lives of people who rely on access to the services of this sector.See the finalists
An individual working within the community sector who has made an exceptional contribution to social justice in Australia by enhancing the wellbeing of individuals or communities experiencing disadvantage.Eligibility criteria
An organisation which has made an outstanding contribution to social justice in Australia through the development or provision of a high quality and innovative program, project or specific service.Eligibility criteria
An individual, organisation or network that has made an outstanding contribution to social justice in Australia through policy development, advocacy, leadership or representation.Eligibility criteria
Who can enter?
Australia’s community sector contributors are at the forefront of caring for and providing support to members of the community who experience disadvantage, discrimination, exclusion and hardship.
Colleagues, community sector professionals, volunteers and community sector contributors can nominate a special individual or team who has made a real difference to the lives of disadvantaged Australians. Everyone involved in the delivery of community services can nominate, or be nominated in accordance with the terms and conditions.
Women with Disabilities Victoria were recognised for contributing to the review and formation of government policy in order to bring about social justice and change for women with disabilities in Victoria.Read their story
Women with Disabilities Victoria
Fitted for Work
Justice Connect Not-for-profit Law
Dr Claire Jones
Arts Project Australia
Youth Involvement Council
SHINE for Kids Cooperative Ltd
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