QBANK Everyday Heroes Awards

2017 Everyday Heroes Awards Finalists

 

Organisation Name Category
Queensland Police Service Mrs Kelly Chamberlain Achievement
Queensland Ambulance Service Mr Trent Wrayford Achievement
Tamborine Mountain Volunteer Rural Fire Brigade Mr Greg Lincoln Achievement
Queensland Police Service Mrs Catherine Neilsen Dedication
Queensland Ambulance Service Mr Rhys Greedy Dedication
Queensland Police Service Ms Melodie Mulder Dedication
Queensland Police Service Mr Josiah Rabone Excellence
Queensland Police Service Miss Kelly Humphries Excellence
Queensland Health Mrs Angela Fischer Excellence
Queensland Police Service Mr Ken Dickson Ownership
Surf Life Saving Queensland Mr Steve Mawby Ownership
Whitsunday Regional Council Ms Sandra Black Ownership
Queensland Correctional Services 4 Paws on the Inside (group) Working Together
Queensland Police Service Mr Jim Bellos Working Together
Queensland Police Service Mr Scott McGrath Working Together
Queensland State Emergency Service Miss Kimberly McMillan Young Everyday Hero
Surf Life Saving Queensland Mr Benjamin Gerry Young Everyday Hero
Gold Coast North Inclusive Sports Miss Alexandra Wells Young Everyday Hero

The QBANK Everyday Heroes Awards is designed to recognise those who have made an outstanding contribution to the Queensland community or given meritorious service to their association.

 Focusing on recognising future leaders and identifying role models, the awards are our way of celebrating and saying thank you to those who make a difference in our community, those who achieve their best, and those who serve others.
 
Five category winners will each receive $1,000 cash deposited into a QBANK account and $1,000 donated to their charity of choice. The Young Everyday Heroes Award winner will receive a $500 bursary towards their training and development.

Highlights from 2016

Highlights from 2016

The categories

Who Is Eligible?

To be eligible for the Everyday Heroes Awards, the nominated person must be over 18 and a government employee/volunteer (Local/State/Federal) residing in Queensland, or be employed in a in a job that is principally concerned with administration of justice and protection of life/property.

To be eligible for the Young Everyday Heroes Award, the nominee must be aged 12 to 17 and reside in Queensland.

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Award Criteria

Awards will be judged based on the supporting information provided by the nominator in the nomination form. The following should be outlined in the supporting information:

  • Examples of achievements, initiative, planning, management and leadership.
  • Specific reference to how their actions and contributions have inspired you, their workplace and/or their community.
  • Approximate hours contributed (paid and/or unpaid)
  • Achievements/contribution to the community
  • Impact on the community/workplace - who and how many benefit?
  • Barriers or difficulties they may have faced and how they have been overcome
  • Self-development and/or training (if applicable)

Frequently Asked Questions

Who is eligible?

To be eligible for the Everyday Heroes Awards, the nominated person must be over 18 and a government employee/volunteer (Local/State/Federal) residing in Queensland or be employed in a in a job that is principally concerned with administration of justice and protection of life/property.

To be eligible for the Young Everyday Heroes Award, the nominee must be aged 12 to 17 and reside in Queensland.

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