2021 Nominations are now closed
Improving Health and Wellbeing for LGBTIQ Peoples – presented by nbn
This category is open to any organisations or individuals who run health and wellbeing initiatives/programs to improve the health of LGBTIQ communities.
Preventing Social Isolation in LGBTIQ Communities – presented by Optus
This category is open to all organisations, including corporates, community and social groups who run initiatives/programs to reduce social isolation and build connections within LGBTIQ communities.
Excellence in LGBTIQ Small Business and Enterprise – presented by Jobsbank
This category is open to LGBTIQ-owned small businesses operating in Victoria (with under 100 employees) for outstanding achievement in business. The aim of this category is to highlight the contribution that is made by LGBTIQ-owned small businesses to their community.
Outstanding Advocacy of the year – presented by Proud2Play
This category is open to any organisation who run advocacy and/or social change campaigns to shift attitudes, beliefs and behaviours; through systems, processes and programs.
Outstanding LGBTIQ Media Reporting
Awarded to individuals who have delivered an exceptional piece of media reporting that either celebrates LGBTIQ communities, or sheds light on current LGBTIQ issues.
Ally of the year – presented by Crown Pride Network
Awarded to individuals who do not identify as LGBTIQ but have made an outstanding contribution to support and celebrate LGBTIQ communities.
LGBTIQ Volunteer of the year – presented by Thorne Harbour
To recognise the work of a Victorian LGBTIQ individual who has shown outstanding commitment through volunteer work in our community.
LGBTIQ Person of the Year – presented by Victorian Government
Awarded to a LGBTIQ individuals who have led the way in driving inclusion, building capacity and connection between LGBTIQ and broader communities.
LGBTIQ Rural and Regional Champion – presented by Aussie Broadband
Awarded to LGBTIQ individuals who have visibility in working to support the LGBTIQ community in rural and or regional Victoria. One champion will be selected from the rural and regional areas of Victoria.
Artist of the Year
Awarded to Victorian LGBTIQ individuals or groups who celebrate ‘queerness’ through their artistic pursuits.
NEW AWARD for 2021
Transgender Inclusion Award – presented by NAB
Awarded to businesses who champion equity for sexually diverse (LGBQ) and gender diverse (Transgender, gender diverse, non-binary) people in the workplace.
16 August: Nominations close (11.59pm)
5 October: Finalists Announced by Media Release
11 February 2022: Winners Announced at Awards Ceremony