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Australian Workplace Giving Awards winners

Corporate social responsibility is alive and well

  • Simon McKeon, 2011 Australian of the Year and Trent Moy, General Manager Community, Commonwealth Bank. CBA was highly commended in the Employer Organisation Award category.

  • Simon McKeon, 2011 Australian of the Year and Corporate Responsibility Partner for PwC, Mark Reading. PwC was the winner of the Employer Organisation Award category.

  • Innovation Award. Simon McKeon, 2011 Australian of the Year and Mark Reading, Corporate Responsibility Partner, PwC.

  • Amalgamated Holdings Ltd andCamp Quality took out the joint award for Collaboration between Employer/Community Organisations. Simon McKeon, 2011 Australian of the Year, Melinda King, Administrator AHL Charity, Amalgamated Holdings Ltd and Simon Rountree, CEO, Camp Quality

  • Inspirational Leadership Award winner. Simon McKeon, 2011 Australian of the Year and Kevin Perkins, CEO, Collins Foods Group

  • Simon McKeon, 2011 Australian of the Year, with JB Hi-Fi Program Manager, Joanne Manley and CFO, Richard Murray. JB Hi-Fi won the Organisational Engagement Award for excellence in engagement strategies with regard to workplace giving.

  • The Australian Workplace Giving Awards were set up by the Australian Charities Fund to grow awareness of workplace giving and celebrate the difference it makes to the community. They aim to recognise leadership, innovation, collaboration and best practice in workplace giving by employer and community organisations.

    Simon McKeon, 2011 Australian of the Year and Redkite CEO, Jenni Seton. Redkite took out the Community Organisation Award, which recognises overall best practice by a community organization in engaging in workplace giving.

  • Inspirational Leadership Award highly commended. Simon McKeon, 2011 Australian of the Year, Katrina O’Donnell, Service Co-Ordinator, and Tracy McCully-Barker, Acting Branch Manager, Ageing, Disability & Home Care.

  • Simon McKeon, 2011 Australian of the Year, Sally Roberts, Partnership Coordinator, Save the Children and Neil Croker, CEO, Palais Theatre.

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