First MACPAC Volunteer Award announced
Award Leaders are the backbone of the Duke of Edinburgh’s Hillary Award (the Award) in Aotearoa and are the face of the Award to our participants. We simply couldn’t run the Award without the support of our leaders who so generously give their time to help our rangatahi to achieve their Award.
This month, we’re allocating our very first MACPAC Volunteer Award which includes a $200 gift voucher, thanks to our very generous sponsors, MACPAC. This is given to a leader who is deemed to contribute to the delivery of the Award, who contributes to the achievement of their participants and who works actively to promote the Award.
Robyn Bruce, Award Leader at Otamatea High School, is our first recipient of this Award. Robyn has been an Award leader since 2008, she is passionate about the Award and is very dedicated to the students at Otamatea High School. When Robyn submits a completed Record Book/Online Record to us we can almost guarantee everything will be perfectly documented, and we can immediately approve the participants Award. Thanks Robyn for making our job easier!
We will be giving two of these Awards every year and are would be delighted to receive nominations from the Award community for leaders who are go the extra mile.