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2022 Awards Recipient

Australian
Not-for-Profit

Technology Awards

2023

The Australian Not-for-Profit Technology Awards recognise the absolute best in technology innovation and excellence by organisations and individuals in the Australian not-for-profit sector.

 

The Awards acknowledge the accomplishments of these organisations and individuals and the improved product and/or service offerings brought to the not-for-profit and broader community sector through technology.

 

The Awards Gala is one of the highlights of the Connecting Up Conference. A ticket to attend the dinner is included in all Complete Conference Experience Registrations, however, please indicate your attendance when registering for the conference. If you select a registration type which does not include a ticket to the Awards Gala, you may purchase a ticket when registering for $140.00 (ex GST).

Location: Pan Pacific Melbourne, 2 Convention Centre Pl, South Wharf VIC 3006

Date: Thursday 11 May 2023

Time: 6:30pm – 11:00pm

Dress Code: Formal

Attendees at 2022 Awards Gala

Awards Categories

TECHNOLOGY VOLUNTEER OF THE YEAR (Individual)

Recognises a volunteer who, through the use of technology, has made an exemplary voluntary contribution to the not-for-profit sector and has positively impacted the lives of others through their volunteering activities.

BEST SOCIAL MEDIA CAMPAIGN

OF THE YEAR

(Organisation)

Recognises the most effective and innovative use of social media by a not-for-profit organisation or agency working for a not-for-profit organisation to promote its products and/or services.

TECHNOLOGY FOR COMMUNITY IMPACT

BEST PRIVATE SECTOR ORGANISATION

Recognises a private sector business that has

made a highly-valued contribution to the not-for-profit sector and the broader community through the use of technology.

BEST TECHNOLOGY ACHIEVEMENT

BY A FIRST NATIONS PERSON

(Individual)

Recognises the excellence in use or development of technology by an Indigenous Australian to positively connect with and impact local communities.

NOT-FOR-PROFIT TECHNOLOGY

LIFETIME SERVICE AWARD

(Individual)

Recognises and celebrates the outstanding commitment and service by an individual working in a technology-related role in the not-for-profit sector over a significant period of time.

NOT-FOR-PROFIT TECHNOLOGY

INNOVATOR OF THE YEAR

(Organisation)

Recognises a not-for-profit organisation which has best showcased innovation through the use of technology to effectively deliver programs and/or services that positively impact the community.

TECHNOLOGY FOR COMMUNITY IMPACT

BEST GOVERNMENT AGENCY

Recognises a government agency that has

made a highly-valued contribution to the not-for-profit sector and the broader community through the use of technology.

BEST ACCIDENTAL IT PERSON

(Individual)

Recognises a volunteer or staff member who has made an exemplary contribution to the not-for-profit sector, positively impacting the lives of others by taking responsibility for their organisation’s IT in spite of it not originally being a formal part of their role.

BEST USE OF DATA FOR

COMMUNITY IMPACT

(Organisation)

Recognises the innovative use of data to drive an organisation's mission and culture, and how this data innovation has improved impact and service delivery.

Nominations for the Australian Not-For-Profit Technology Awards close 18:30 (AEDT), Friday 31st March.

Finalists will be announced on Thursday 4th May.

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