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PeakCare is pleased to announce that our Awards Ceremony will be held during the evening of

 

Wednesday, 1st June

at the

Hotel Grand Chancellor, Brisbane

 

Once again, you will enjoy:

           ~ fine dining and excellent company – well mostly excellent if all behave with the appropriate decorum

           ~ an encore performance by PeakCare’s best friend, the sensational Jenny Wynter, and

           ~ the thrill of the Award announcements

This year’s event will be filled with even more

GLITZ, GLITTER and GLAM!

(As is PeakCare’s custom, tasteful glittery fashion accessories will be available for purchase by anyone attending who is sartorially challenged and looks too drab. Please note that this year we have elected to ban all Hawaiian shirts.)

 

SAVE THE DATE!

TICKET SALES COMMENCE NEXT WEEK!

Have you voted yet?
Hundreds of votes have already been received for those nominated for the PeakCare Awards. Let’s make it several hundred more!

Click on the categories below to view the nominations received for each Award:

 

To be awarded to an individual, workgroup, organisation, alliance or collective for innovative or exemplary design or delivery of services to Queensland children, young people, parents and/or families.

View the nomination statements for the SIC Award

 

 

To be awarded to an individual, workgroup, organisation, alliance or collective for their recognition and promotion of self-determination by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in relation to the safety and wellbeing of their children, young people and families.

View the nomination statements for the DEADLY Award

 

 

 

To be awarded to an individual, organisation, alliance or collective for their advocacy and influence in achieving improved outcomes for Queensland children, young people, parents and families.

View the nomination statements for the WOKE Award

 

 

 

To be awarded to an individual for their lifetime contribution to the wellbeing of Queensland children, young people, parents and families.

View the nomination statements for the LEGEND Award

 

 

 

LET THE VOTING BEGIN!

 

 

 

~ Click HERE to vote for your preferred candidates ~

All votes must be received by no later than
COB Friday, 13th May

 

 

The award recipient in each category will be selected by a mix of votes from our eNews subscribers and an esteemed judging panel. Announcement of the Award recipients and those who receive Special Commendations will take place, in keeping with PeakCare’s custom, at an extremely glamorous night of celebration to be held on 1st June 2022 at the Hotel Grand Chancellor, Brisbane. Save this date and wait for further details about how you can purchase your ticket for this ‘ must be there’ event.

 

 

 

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