Nominations are now open!
The Community Achievement Awards for Regional NSW & the ACT are designed to encourage, acknowledge and reward the valuable contributions individuals, communities and businesses are making throughout regional and rural NSW & the ACT.
Do you know an individual, group, business or organisation who deserves to be recognised? We would love for you to enter them into the Awards!
We are currently accepting nominations in the following categories:
- Department of Planning, Industry and Environment Individual Excellence in Crown Land Management Award
- Department of Planning, Industry and Environment Crown Land Manager Excellence Award
- Ricoh Australia Customer Service Award
- TransGrid Leadership Award
- Awards Australia Connecting Communities Award
Great prizes are up for grabs! Four of our category winners will receive $2,000 in prizesand a trophy, the other category winner will receive Television exposure on PRIME7 and a trophy.
Plus, we will send out a media release to each of the nominee’s local papers encouraging them to write a story, and every nominee will receive a certificate of achievement.
The Awards are free to enter – and completing a nomination online is easy! If you are ready to start your nomination please go to our online portal and select the category from the dropdown nomination award menu.
Want to recognise someone but don’t have the time? No problem, we are more than willing to help! Simply Refer Someone to us – it takes only 2 minutes to complete the form and our team does the rest! We’ll get in contact with them and have them complete the questions. It’s that easy!
To find out more about the Awards please see our website.
Nominations close Wednesday 11th August 2021.
Neighbour Day and Relationships Australia.
This is a reminder to complete our annual survey.
Whether or not you could participate in Neighbour Day this year, we want to hear from you. Your responses will help us find out what effect Neighbour Day is having in the community.
This is the 1st of two surveys (Time 1), and there are lots of prizes to be won. For instance, you could win one of five $100 Bunnings vouchers by completing this Time 1 survey.
Also, you could receive a $20 shopping gift e-voucher (if you are among the first 250 respondents of our Time 2 survey, 2-3 months later).
Finally, if you help us recruit your network of Neighbour Day hosts, organisers or attendees (from 2021) to complete this Time 1 survey, you will be awarded one of $10, $20 or $50 gift vouchers. Please see the survey for more details.
To access the survey, please click here: bit.ly/neighboursurvey
Thank you from the Neighbour Day Team at Relationships Australia
Come and join in our monthly Death Cafe in KIAMA!
Illawarra Shoalhaven Compassionate Communities are rolling out Death Cafes across the Local Health District and we would like to invite you to join in.
Our thanks go to the Uniting Church Kiama for their support of our initiative and their donation of the use of the church hall for this event 🙂
Compassionate Communities are communities in which everyday people play a stronger role in the care and support of others as they age and at end of life.
What is a Death Café?
A Death Café is a space where you can enjoy open, relaxed and spontaneous conversation on topics such as Death and Dying. It is a friendly space where you can share stories and hear others share, as we ponder all things that relate to our end of life. There is no agenda or themes, just relaxed conversation that is determined by the group.
Death is a part of life and talking about death won’t kill us!
Tea /coffee and refreshments will be available.
Come along on 27 June 2021 and bring your enthusiasm, a friend and a smile!
Enquiries can all be sent through to email@example.com or phone on 0418 480 690.
Death Cafe – Kiama!
Please register on Eventbrite for the cafe so we can keep track of numbers. Here is the link for booking!
Sunday 27 June 2021
2.00pm – 4.00pm
Uniting Church – Kiama
Manning Street, Kiama
If you haven’t already, please join our Facebook group – Compassionate Communities Illawarra-Shoalhaven. The group is private so only the people in the group can see the posts and comments. Anyone interested in joining ComCom is able to join.