Nominating a rural woman for the Hidden Treasures Honour Roll is a great way to celebrate rural women from across New South Wales who give so much of their time to improving our communities and neighbourhoods.
We invite you to nominate a friend, family member, colleague, community worker - any rural woman who you believe makes your community a better place to live. NB: Nominations will only be accepted for NSW RURAL WOMEN. 'Rural' is defined as anyone living outside the larger metropolitan centres of Sydney, Newcastle and Wollongong, or, if the nominee considers themselves to be a rural woman.
All Nominees will be included in the 2020 Hidden Treasures Honour Roll. You and your nominee will receive a letter and your nominee will receive a certificate of recognition following the 2020 Honour Roll launch in October.
Please ensure you have discussed this nomination with the person you are nominating and they have agreed to you providing this information.
Nominations for the 2020 Hidden Treasures Honour Roll close Friday 24 July 2020. If you need assistance submitting a nomination, please call 02 6391 3186.
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Nominee (the person you would like to nominate)
Nominator (your details in case we need to contact you)
Seconder (the person who agrees to back up your nomination)
In 250 words or less, why do you think your nominee should be included in the 2020 Honour Roll. These prompts may help:
- Share a little about their background: where they were born, grew up, lived and worked.
- What volunteer work does your nominee do? If they volunteer through a group or organisation include the name.
- Is there an outstanding achievement your nominee volunteer has made that you would like to highlight?
- If you can, try and find out approximate number of hours a week or month your nominee volunteers, when they started and perhaps why they volunteer.
- Checkout past Honour Roll for ideas.
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Disclaimer: The personal information provided by you is being collected by the Department of Primary Industries (DPI) (part of the Department of Regional NSW) for the purposes of collecting and assessing nominations for the 2020 Hidden Treasures Honour Roll, which honours rural women volunteers. You consent to us editing, reproducing and publishing the information you provide. The information provided will be stored securely by DPI at Orange. You may access or correct this information by contacting the Rural Women's Network on 02 6391 3186 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Please ensure you are entitled to provide this information.
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