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IMPACT25 Awards Nomination for Shusannah Morris

Hi Everyone

We have received some very exciting news and we are proud to announce that our CEO and Co-Founder Shusannah Morris has been nominated for this year’s IMPACT25 Awards. She is amongst many other very worthy nominees.

Pro Bono Australia’s Impact 25 awards honour leaders in the Australian social sector, as nominated and voted for by their peers. They are fighting to solve today’s greatest challenges through innovation, influence, collaboration and by catalysing social change.

This follows her outstanding achievement in receiving the Pride of Australia Award for Victoria and the Inaugural Australia Post Pride of Australia Award back in December.

Shusannah has been working very hard to ensure that through these awards she has been able to shine the light on premature birth in this country and the impact it is having on families.  She co-founded LLTF back in 2005 after the birth of her 25 weeker daughter born weighing 880grams.  She is very passionate about her work at the Foundation.

The Impact 25 award is a voted achievement and our ask is for you all to do 2 things –

  1. Click on the voting link below to place your vote for Shusannah, and
  2. Please forward this information to your friends and relations that may be interested to vote.

Let’s try and reach as many as possible to vote, it’s our chance to get Premature Birth the recognition it deserves 

Voting ends January 31st – Vote here for Shusannah

This would be such a well-deserved accolade for the incredible work that she has done over the last 13 years. It is so important for us to shine the light on premature birth and we hope you will get behind Shusannah and help her do it

If you would like further information on the work she has been doing, visit the LLTF website.

Thanks everyone

Let’s get Premature in the news!!

P.S. VOTE TO WIN – Those who vote will be in the running to win one of five for-good hampers, including contributions from Songbird, Big Little Brush, Mister Timbuktu and the Human Rights Arts and Film Festival (valued at $276 each).


For more information on the Impact25 Awards click HERE








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