Nominations Extended for 2014 Hidden Treasures Honour Roll

You now have until the 30 July 2014 to nominate a worthy rural woman. 

Hidden Treasures Honour Roll
Hidden Treasures Honour Roll

The Hidden Treasures Honour Roll is a wonderful lasting tribute which recognises the valuable contributions volunteers make to our communities.

There are more than six million people volunteering annually across Australia, representing 36 per cent of the adult population.

Volunteers play an important role in supporting community organisations, local businesses and families.

All women nominated will be included in the Honour Roll, which will be launched at the 2014 NSW Women’s Gathering at Coolamon, 12-14 September 2014.

To see the 2013 Hidden Treasure recipients visit the Rural Women’s Network at:

To nominate a Hidden Treasure, complete an online nomination at: by Wednesday 30th July 2014 . 

Nomination forms are also available by contacting the RWN on 02 63913620 or emailing .

Hidden Treasures is a joint project of the Rural Women’s Network (RWN) (Department of Primary Industries) and the NSW Centre for Volunteering.

About nswrwn

NSW Rural Women’s Network is a government program working in innovative ways to promote leadership and action on rural women’s issues. The RWN team is dedicated to connecting and exchanging information with women and stakeholders in rural, regional and remote communities.
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