Campbell Page wins ‘Outstanding Community Organisation’ Award


Campbell Page took out the “Outstanding Community Organisation Award” in the Business NSW Far South Coast 2021 Business Awards this week.


Nominated for their work relating to preventing unemployment, reducing unemployment and creating employment within the local area, Campbell Page is now a finalist for the State Awards on November 26, 2021.


Campbell Page CEO, Natalie Turmine, was delighted with the win.


“We know we do amazing work on the Far South Coast because we get to see the impact we have every day, but to be independently recognised for our work and our contribution to the local community is really humbling” said Natalie.


“At Campbell Page, we strongly believe in our vision that people can thrive by getting a job and keeping it and that’s why every action we take is dedicated to preparing people for work and engaging local communities to create, capture and connect people to jobs.”


A not-for-profit organisation, headquartered in the Eurobodalla, Campbell Page originally started as a youth drop-in centre in Narooma in 1985, and over the years has expanded to deliver a wide range of employment, community, and commercial services across 4 States and more than 80 sites.


Along the South Coast Campbell Page delivers employment services, DES, jobactive and ParentsNext, an ethical labour hire business Recruitflex, a new social enterprise EcoCrews that offers training and paid jobs in the eco sector, bushfire Clean-Up Crews fundraising appeal and emergency relief work, Youth, Family & Indigenous Services that support 1,500+ customers each year and Mogo Aboriginal Preschool, delivering early education and care for kids.


Owing to COVID-19 restrictions across the state, the Business NSW State Business Awards gala will be held online on Friday 26 November 2021.


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