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Australian Not-For-Profit Technology Awards 2017

The Australian Not-For-Profit Technology Awards recognise the very best in technology innovation and technology service excellence by organisations and individuals in the Australian not-for-profit sector. The Awards acknowledge the accomplishments of these organisations and individuals and the improved product and/or service offerings brought to the not-for-profit sector through technology. 

Please submit your reason for nomination for your chosen award , in accordance with the criteria as outlined in the Australian Not-For-Profit Technology Awards Criteria and Terms and Conditions

Winners will be announced at the Australian Not-For-Profit Technology Awards Dinner on Thursday 4th May at the Hawthorn Arts Centre, Melbourne.  


Key dates

Entries close: Friday 10th March, 2017 (11:59pm AEDT)
Finalists announced: Friday 31st March, 2017
Winners announced: Thursday 4th May, 2017 at the Australian Not-For-Profit Technology Awards Dinner (Hawthorn Arts Centre, Melbourne)  


 



2016 Award Winners and Finalists 

Volunteering Australia Technology Volunteer of the Year

  • Daniel Billing (Indigenous Reading Project) WINNER
  • Trent Geddes (2GHR Incorporated)


Volunteering Australia
Technology Volunteer of the Year, 
Commendation - Volunteer Lifetime Service Award

  • Brad Boyd (Western Radio Broadcasters Incorporated - Stereo 974


Connecting Up Best Social Media Campaign of the Year

  • Motor Neurone Disease Australia Inc WINNER
  • National Breast Cancer Foundation
  • The Whiddon Group


Microsoft Using Technology to Connect to the Community,
Best 
Small/Medium Enterprise (SME)

  • Calxa WINNER
  • EthicalJobs.com.au


Microsoft Using Technology to Connect to the Community, 
Commendation — Not-For-Profit Social Enterprise

  • Good360 Australia Ltd

Infoxchange Not-For-Profit Technology Lifetime Service Award

  • Andre Foulon (Manjimup Family Centre) WINNER
  • Priscilla Jones (Suncare Community Services Ltd)


Connecting Up Using Technology to Connect to the Community,
Best
Government Agency

  • Department of the Premier and Cabinet, Strategic Engagement (Government of South Australia) WINNER

easyEmployer Not-For-Profit Technology Innovator of the Year 

  • Barnardos Australia WINNER
  • COPE: Centre of Perinatal Excellence RUNNER UP
  • Northern Agricultural Catchments Council
  • BDNH Group
  • Domestic Violence Resource Centre Victoria


Conference: 
Australian Not-For-Profit Technology Awards