TASMANIAN LGBTI+ AWARDS

Please come and join Red Thread and Taspride on World Aids Day to announce the winners of the inaugural Tasmanian Pride Awards. These awards are a celebration of individuals and organisations who are making a difference for the LGBTIQ+ Community

Date: 1 December 2021
Time: 6pm
Location: Ball Room, Hobart Town Hall
Dress Code: Cocktail attire
Cost: $25
Members receive a 25% discount keep an eye out for the members email

TasCAHRD and TasPride are excited to Launch the Tasmanian pride awards. To be held on December 1st as part of TasCAHRD world AIDS day events.

 

The Tasmanian pride awards will celebrate those striving to improve the community.

 

The seven award categories are:

 

Lifetime Achievement - for sustained contribution to LGBTIQ+ initiatives and community

 

Community Support - for an organisation or initiative that has encouraged the community by providing resources and spaces for community activities and events.

 

Artistic Merit - for an artist who has entertained the community as a musician, drag artist, cabaret, painter, sculptor, writer, or any category of art, or as a driving force behind an artistic event

 

Sports Achievement – for an individual, team or organisation who has been open and accepting and made great strides to be inclusive and embrace members of the community
 

Outstanding Organisation – for a commercial, community,government organisation or business that supports the community, provide a supportive structure within the work environment, or are peer-run

 

Outstanding Ally – for someone who is not directly part of the community but who provides ongoing support to the community

 

Youth Advocate – for a young person who has made contributions or developed programs for the community

 

We would like to acknowledge the support of New Town Health as the inaugural sponsor.

 

We are asking the community to nominate a person, team or organisation they believe is most deserving for each category.

Awards judging
All award submissions Will be judged by a panel of community members made up of the Taspride Board representatives from TasCAHRD and other representatives, at the discretion of Taspride.