Community Leadership Award

We want to hear how your project will benefit the New South Wales community now and into the future.

This award is open to not-for-profit organisations. Nominees should include information on the number of paid and unpaid members, as well as information on financial assistance (e.g. grant funding) to implement the nominated activity. Entrants are also required to provide an ABN to confirm not-for-profit status.

This award recognises outstanding community leadership and commitment from NSW not-for-profit organisations whose sustainable initiatives are locally relevant and have widespread benefits for communities. 

Nominations have now closed for the 2017 Green Globe Awards.

2016 Winner

The Bower Reuse & Repair Centre

Picture of The Bower Reuse & Repair Centre.The Bower Reuse & Repair Centre works with local councils to collect and re-home furniture, household goods, building materials and bicycles.

Through agreements with other community groups – such as Mums4Refugees, Newtown Asylum Seeker Centre and Pyrmont Community Cares – The Bower provides furniture and household goods to asylum seekers and inner-city residents struggling to furnish their homes.

Winners’ comment: ‘Being an award winner endorses our three objectives: to reduce waste to landfill; to show how easy it is to repair or upcycle goods; and to provide affordable goods to disadvantaged communities. The award gives us the confidence to continue with our projects.’ Guido Verbist, The Bower Reuse & Repair Centre.