Volunteering Victoria | 2020 State Awards
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2020 state awards
When: Thursday 26 November 2020
Where: Virtual
Who: Anyone can attend
Register here

What a year its been!
We've seen some incredible examples of leadership as we've all adapted to that changes around us. While State Award winners will be announced earlier by video broadcast on 26 November, we wanted to organise a chance to get together as a sector to raise a virtual glass and celebrate all that we have achieved this year. 

Giveaway mystery party packs:
This year, we are giving away $20 mystery party packs to celebrate our Awards. Follow the registration link to get one! Closes 5 November 2020

Join the (virtual) afterparty:

There will be the opportunity to chat to like minded colleagues in breakout rooms, compare mystery party pack contents, and look back on the year that has been. 

So regardless of whether you submitted an award nomination, were shortlisted or a winner, or didn't get around to submitting your nomination we'd love you to come along to this online celebration.

Congratulations to our 2020 State Awards shortlist initiatives!

View the 2020 State Awards shortlist
2019 Inclusion Award Winner
Melbourne Writers Festival

The Festival provides a high-quality volunteering experience to over 200 people each year and in 2018 the International Student Engagement Program was piloted with the aim of offering Melbourne’s international student community the opportunity to be part of a major arts festival, and to broaden MWF’s relationship with the international student community. Following the success of the 2018 pilot MWF continues to engage the international student community through this program and in 2019 doubled the number of international student volunteers.
2019 Excellence in Grassroots Organisation Award Winner
Mercy Connect

Mercy Connect Project Melbourne is a project of Mercy Works Ltd which provides in-school mentoring and tutoring, delivered by volunteers, to students from asylum seeker, refugee and humanitarian backgrounds. The program is run by volunteers and led by an unpaid coordinator, with just one paid person providing administrative support. This program has demonstrated long term benefits for the students, their families, and for the greater community, and demand for the program continues to grow.
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