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Hesta Community Sector Awards now open for nominations

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 the community sector. Nominations are open across three categories: Unsung Hero for individuals who have made an exceptional contribution to social justice in Australia by enhancing the wellbeing of individuals or communities experiencing disadvantage; Outstanding Organisation for outstanding contributions to social justice in Australia through the development or provision of a high quality and innovative program, project or specific service; and Social Impact for those who made an outstanding contribution to social justice in Australia through policy development, advocacy, leadership or representation. Overall winners share in a $30,000 prize pool, and will have their awards presented at the Awards Dinner on Tuesday, 26th November. Nominations close 1st September. Find out more about eligibility and how to apply.

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Invitation to a special conversation on enhancing national recognition for kinship care

Dear colleagues I am pleased to share with you today that some further spots have become available for a special PeakCare…

Read More

Increase announced to Queensland 2024-25 indexation rate to 3.94%

PeakCare is pleased to advise that the Queensland Government has announced an increase to the 2024-25 state indexation rate to 3.94% in…

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Registrations will be closing soon for the release of the latest research on supporting the wellbeing of staff working in…

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