The LGIAsuper Community Volunteer Award covers all aspects of volunteering including (but not restricted to) youth at risk, the homeless and disadvantaged, emergency services, health, aged care and not for profit organisations. Nominees are community volunteers who, through exceptional leadership and support to others, demonstrate innovative ways to achieve excellence beyond what is expected of them.
This award gives recognition and the chance to say thank you to these young achievers striving to strengthen the future of their communities by volunteering their time and skills to a cause they are passionate about.
Congratulations to Alexandra Wells who took home the LGIAsuper Community Volunteer Award at the 2019 Seven News Young Achiever Awards Gala Dinner. Alexandra was also awarded the the People’s Choice Award. You can read more about Alexandra's achievements here.
Nominations for the 2020 Seven News Young Achiever Awards are now open.Visit the Awards Australia website to make a nomination.
The purpose of the Seven News Young Achiever Awards is to acknowledge, encourage and most importantly promote the positive achievements of all young people. These prestigious awards applaud leadership, vision and commitment, while fostering the pursuit of excellence and highlighting the efforts and success of young Queenslanders making meaningful contributions to their community.
Each year the Seven News Young Achiever Awards seek out and highlight the incredible achievements of young individual that creates a sense of state pride, unity and inspiration through their role modelling to the wider community.
Trusted, reliable and understanding are all core values of LGIAsuper and are also those of our community volunteers. The LGIAsuper Community Volunteer Award aims to acknowledge those who have made an outstanding voluntary contribution and have positively impacted the lives of others and their community.
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