QLD Mental Health Achievement Awards
- Mon 4 Jul 2016
Queensland Mental Health Week Achievement Awards
It’s your turn to shine!
Nominations are now open for the 2016 Queensland Mental Health Week Achievement Awards. Now in the fourth year, and a major event on the annual Queensland Mental Health Week calendar, the Awards recognise and celebrate the achievements of individuals, groups, organisations and businesses who are devoted to improving the understanding and awareness of mental health and wellbeing right across Queensland.
The Awards are proudly organised by Open Minds, a leading not-for-profit organisation working alongside people to enhance their mental health and wellbeing. This year eight categories are up for grabs. You can nominate yourself, your organisation or another individual or organisation by downloading the Awards nomination pack or by contacting Open Minds for more information at: email@example.com.
2016 Queensland Mental Health Week Achievement
- Workplace Award – SME businesses (1-200 staff)
- Workplace Award – Large businesses (201+ staff)
- Media Award
- Not-For-Profit Award – Small to medium (1-100 staff)
- Not-For-Profit Award – Medium to large (101+ staff)
- Jude Bugeja – Peer Experience Award
- Individual Award
- Youth Award (under 25)
The Awards will be presented at a special luncheon held during Queensland Mental Health Week.
Everyone is welcome to attend the Awards luncheon on Friday 14 October at Ithaca Auditorium, Brisbane City Hall. Tickets to the Awards luncheon will be available for purchase from Monday 1 August via the Open Minds website.
Open Minds looks forward to receiving your entries. Nominations close Monday 5 September, with finalists announced by Friday 30 September. There is no fee to enter the Awards.