Blackmores is inviting nominations for the awards from now until Sunday, 24 February. These awards celebrate the women of Greater Sydney region and recognise the positive contributions caregivers, health leaders and advocates have made to their community.
The winners will be announced at an International Women’s Day Gala Dinner on Thursday, 7 March. The dinner will feature guest speaker Sam Bloom, the 2018 Women’s World Adaptive Surfing Champion whose inspirational story is told through the best-selling book Penguin Bloom.
The awards are run by Blackmores, Australia’s leading natural health brand, in partnership with CCNB, trusted advisors in community health, aged care and disability.
There are five award categories, which are StrongBeing, ChangeBeing, CommunityBeing, YoungBeing, and the major winner will receive the Mercie Whellan WellBeing award.
Image: Sam Bloom Facebook page
For the winners, there is $6000 prize money and participation in a leadership mentoring program on offer. You can read more about each category here.
This is an opportunity to recognise the efforts of someone in your local community. Entries close at midnight on Sunday, 24 February and you can nominate here.
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