NT Volunteer of the Year Awards

The Northern Territory (NT) Volunteer of the Year Awards celebrate exemplary volunteer work and recognise the contribution that volunteers make to communities in the NT.

The awards are an initiative of Volunteering SA&NT and are sponsored by the NT Government.

The awards recognise the following categories.

Top End and Central Australia award categories

There are four individual categories and one organisation category:

  • Chief Minister's Volunteer of the Year Award
  • Chief Minister's Youth Volunteer of the Year Award
  • Medal for Emergency Service Volunteer Award
  • Community Volunteer Organisation of the Year
  • NT Volunteer Certificate of Appreciation.

NT-wide award categories

There are two individual categories and one organisation category:

  • Lifetime Contribution to Volunteering Award
  • Excellence in Volunteer Management Award
  • Northern Territory Corporate Volunteer Team of the Year.

An overall NT winner will be selected from finalists and receive the Chief Minister's Volunteer of the Year Award.

How to nominate

To nominate an individual or organisation, go to the Volunteering SA&NT website.

When to nominate

Nominations open in June each year.

Where the awards will take place

Awards will be held in two locations:

  • Central Australia
  • Top End - Darwin.

Contact

To find out more about the awards, go to the Volunteering SA&NT website.

Last updated: 28 February 2020

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