Local organisation, Bellarine Community Support Register has been nominated in this year’s prestigious Victorian Volunteering Awards.
The State Government is recognising the hard work of Victorians who selflessly give their time to the community by announcing the 2021 Volunteering Awards finalists.
Over the last two years, Victoria’s community organisations and volunteers have remained resilient, flexible and innovative, ensuring vital services and local connections continued during some challenging circumstances.
The Bellarine Community Support register is amongst twenty-six organisations that have been announced as finalists across seven award categories.
One winner will be named the Premier’s volunteer champion of the year.
The winner will receive the Dame Elisabeth Murdoch award and a $10,000 donation to a not-for-profit organisation of their choice.
The Bellarine Community Support Register makes regular care calls and required follow ups to those people living on the peninsula who are in need of support.
The 2021 Volunteering Awards will be presented at a function at Government House on March 25.
For more details and the full list of finalists, visit volunteeringvictoria.org.au/events/volunteering-awards-2021/
Quote attributable to Minister for Disability, Ageing and Carers Anthony Carbines
“Volunteering plays a vital role in our community and these awards celebrate the incredible achievements of our hard-working volunteers.”
Quotes attributable to Lisa Neville , Member for Bellarine
“The Bellarine Community Support Register is a wonderful local organisation that provides an important service to many on the peninsula, especially our more senior citizens and those in need of support.”