Do You Wear Your Heart On Your Sleeve?
HEARTKIDS WEAR YOUR HEART ON YOUR SLEEVE AWARDS
The HeartKids Victoria/Tasmania Division held the inaugural HeartKids WEAR YOUR HEART ON YOUR SLEEVE AWARDS on Thursday 12 October in North Melbourne. The newly launched Awards were initiated by the HeartKids Limited Board, aimed at recognising and celebrating our staff and volunteers for their dedication and hard work and to celebrate the contribution of our major donors and supporters.
Each of the amazing individuals and organisations presented with an Award live and breathe our organisational values and model the attributes of HeartKids.
The Awards event is a chance to express HeartKids' appreciation to these incredibly important members of the HeartKids community. HeartKids is grateful for the outstanding and generous contributions from the many people who choose to support our work in various ways.
Held at the Ample Café and Function Room in North Melbourne, the Victoria/Tasmania Division recognised the following Award recipients:
FUNDRAISERS | SUPPORTERS:
- Biggin & Scott Real Estate - Corporate Office and Richmond Branch
- Nelson Alexander Real Estate and Nelson Alexander Foundation
- A & S Wholesale Fruit and Vegetables
- Rapid Relief Team
- Adam and Luisa Micheilin
- ICL Cement
- Radio 1116 SEN
- Malua Racing
- Mrs Australia Globe
- Kiwanis International
- Jet Couriers
- Ian Sharp Jewellers
- Sharpies Charity Challenge Foundation
- Vicinity Centres – Broadmeadows
- Adam Sorrell – Barry Plant Real Estate Wantirna
- Nikki Cambridge – Simple Pleasures
- Andrew Gee
- Macquarie Group Foundation
Tracy Stanley (11 years)
Sherrie McDonald (7 years)
Lynette Mc Coullough (13 years)
Our Award recipients who were able to attend the event were delighted to receive their Awards from 5 year old heart kid Poppy Smith. Poppy's parents Matt and Amelia, and brother Myles, were also in attendance.
HeartKids has achieved some significant milestones since becoming a truly national organisation in 2016, including increased grant funding, significant growth in our online communities, the successful Roundtable in Canberra, the launch of our new website and expansion of services. The key message to come from our WEAR YOUR HEART ON YOUR SLEEVE AWARDS is that none of this would have been possible without the past, present and ongoing support of these incredibly worthy Award recipients.
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