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Being involved in local communities underpins who we are as a company. So around New Zealand and in South Australia we often have community news to share, for example on the Trustpower Community Awards programme and Trustpower Lend A Hand Foundation.
Entries for the Trustpower Taupō District Community Awards open on Monday 16 May. The Awards, which are run in partnership with the Taupō District Council, are open to all voluntary groups and organisations working to make the Taupō District a better place to live. Anyone can enter a voluntary group or organisation in the Trustpower Taupō District Community Awards - including voluntary groups themselves.
Tauranga and Western Bay of Plenty residents now have the annual opportunity to recognise the dedication of their local voluntary groups – with entries for both the Trustpower Tauranga Community Awards and Trustpower Western Bay of Plenty Community Awards now open. Independently run in partnership with the Tauranga and Western Bay of Plenty District Councils, the Awards are open to all voluntary groups and organisations working to make their community a better place to live.
St John Roxburgh has won the Supreme Award at the 2016 Trustpower Central Otago District Community Awards.
Presbyterian Support has won the Supreme Award at the 2016 Trustpower Dunedin Community Awards.
Locals have just a few more days to ensure their favourite voluntary groups are part of the region’s biggest celebration of volunteers. Entries for the Trustpower Nelson Tasman Community Awards close at 5pm on Friday 29 April and there is more than $5000 up for grabs.
Volunteers are the heart and backbone of any community and now, Whakatāne District, it is your chance to recognise volunteers across the board! Whakatāne District residents have the opportunity to recognise the dedication of their local voluntary groups – with entries for the Trustpower Whakatāne District Community Awards now open. Run in partnership with the Whakatāne District Council, these Awards are open to all voluntary groups and organisations working to make the beautiful Whakatāne District a better place to live.
Time is running out for locals to get involved in the region’s biggest celebration of volunteers, because entries for the 2016 Trustpower Waipa District Community Awards close at 5pm, Friday 11 March.
Last year 91 entries were received for the Trustpower Nelson Tasman Community Awards. Trustpower Community Relations Representative Emily Beaton is looking forward to seeing the community get on board to recognise more of these local unsung heroes.
Last year there were 62 entries into the Trustpower Rotorua Lakes Community Awards. Rotorua Mayor Steve Chadwick encourages people to get behind the awards. With more than $5,000 up for grabs, what is there to lose?!
Now it is the Far North District's turn to recognise their local voluntary groups!