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the 2017 INAUGURAL  

Do Gooder Awards

The Do Gooder Awards bring together the progressive movement to celebrate the work of changemakers and high impact campaigns.

People like you, who work tirelessly to make a difference. This is your chance to give (and receive!) a well deserved fist bump from your peers.

Our goodest of the good finalists have been announced! 

 
 
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DO GOODER AWARDS 2017

Good together

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Australian Progress and Do Gooder share a common purpose - to build the advocacy capacity of civil society.

And this year, we’re teaming up to recognise and celebrate excellence in campaigning & advocacy across the country.  Building on six years of the Australian Progress Impact Award, together we’re launching the inaugural Do Gooder Awards as part of the FWD + Organise 2017 conference in Sydney, November 23rd.

 
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DO GOODER AWARDS 2017

Here's how it works

In 2017 there will be four categories. All categories will be shortlisted by a panel of experienced campaigners, with two of the awards – the Australian Progress Impact Award and the Do-gooder of the year awards – chosen by popular vote from our community. So yes, the popularity contest is back!

 


 

Australian Progress Impact Award

The Australian Progress Impact Award goes to a campaign that has won change, demonstrated excellence in campaigning and organising, and best leveraged their resources.


Do-gooder of the Year Award

The Do-gooder of the year is an individual who has given above and beyond the call for the movement in 2017.


Best use of Digital Award

This award will go to craftiest, well executed (ok innovative, we used the word!) use of digital, to tell a story and/or engage a community to take action. 

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Best Community Campaign Award

This award goes to the campaign which did the best job at engaging, empowering and motivating people to take action.  

 
 
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Do-gooders do what we do to make the world a better place, but we often forget about ourselves in the process. These awards aim to honour and replenish the greatest renewable resource the progressive movement has, ourselves.
— DAVID GRAVINA, FOUNDER, DO GOODER
 
 
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