Nominations for the Constable Care Child Safety Awards 2013 are now open. The prestigious annual event will recognise and reward the people and organisations whose work or voluntary efforts make a positive difference to child safety in Western Australia.
Last year’s Gala Presentation Ceremony was attended by celebrities, dignitaries and child safety stars from across the state, and provided a magnificent evening of entertainment and celebration.
Constable Care Chairman Howard Sattler urged people to nominate, saying “There are so many individuals, programs and organisations in Western Australia helping to keep children safe, often without realizing the positive impact they have on our kids and our communities. Help to give them the recognition they deserve.”
The 2012 Awards attracted nominations from across the state as businesses, organisations and individuals came together to celebrate child safety in Western Australia. Individual Award winners included Amy Potter, NAB Auskick Coordinator at Armadale Junior Football Club and Lynelle Fozard of SDERA, while organisations including RAC WA and City of Joondalup were recognised as the winners of their categories. WA Sports Federation was awarded the Constable Care Child Safety Award of the Year for their Safe Clubs 4 Kids program.
This year's Gala Presentation Ceremony promises to be another fantastic event, with a three course dinner and entertainment from world famous tribute show 100% Kylie. Finalists in all categories are provided with two free tickets to the event. Winners of the three individual awards each collect a cheque for $1,000, and all winners receive a Constable Care Child Safety Awards medal and certificate. The winner of the Constable Care Child Safety Award of the Year 2013 will also receive a special medal and a cheque for $2,000, thanks to Apache.
Nominations close on 31st May, and the Gala Presentation Ceremony will be held at Crown Perth on 10th August. Nominate now...