Nominations are now open for the Domestic and Family Violence Prevention Honour Roll
Domestic and family violence (DFV) is everyone’s business. That’s why the Queensland Government want to recognise Queenslander’s who’ve made it theirs through Queensland’s first DFV Prevention Honour Roll.
Whether you’re a big corporate that has taken the lead and done amazing things to benefit victims of DFV, a little corner store that runs a fundraiser for a local DFV service or a person who’s reached out to a neighbour you were worried about, the Honour Roll is about shining a light on good deeds, and thanking those of us who take steps towards ending domestic and family violence.
As Queenslanders, we look after each other, and it’s important we recognise those who’ve done just that.
So, if your organisation or someone you know deserves recognition for playing their part, nominate them today.
Nominations are being encouraged across four categories:
- Individuals – celebrating individuals and champions of the cause who go above and beyond their role.
- Small business – celebrating small and medium businesses that are raising awareness internally and in their community.
- Community organisations – celebrating community organisations raising awareness and changing attitudes in their community.
- Corporate – celebrating larger businesses and peak bodies who are engaged in partnerships to raise awareness and support the work of the sector.
Nominations close on Monday, 7 September 2020. To submit a nomination please visit www.qld.gov.au/notnownotevertogether
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