Apr 12, 2021


Maori News & Indigenous Views

2013 Volunteer Awards – Calling for Health Volunteer Nominations

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The Minister of Health has announced the first 2013 Minister of Health Volunteer Awards to recognise individuals and teams who demonstrate outstanding dedication and commitment to health services in New Zealand.

Screen Shot 2013-04-16 at 12.02.17 AMIt is now time to seek out and honour the incredible contributions of individuals, organisations and community groups who inspire us with their care, dedication and hard work through volunteering within New Zealand’s health and disability sector.

All award nominees will receive a certificate highlighting their contribution in the category they were nominated for. Nominees judged as outstanding achievers will be presented with an award by the Minister of Health, duringNational Volunteer Week, Sunday 16 to Saturday 22 June.

You can nominate an individual volunteer or team of volunteers. There are five categories including; Outstanding Achievement by a Health Care Provider and Service, Outstanding Achievement by a Community or NGO Health Service, Outstanding Achievement by a Volunteer in a Maori Health Service, Outstanding Achievement by a Volunteer in a Pacific Health Service and Outstanding Achievement by a Youth Health Volunteer.

Celebrate and pay tribute to those health Volunteers who genuinely make a difference.

Nominations are open from 3 April to 3 May 2013.

Click heretoNominate someone today!

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