Co-Founder and CEO of Life’s Little Treasures Foundation (LLTF) Shusannah Morris, is one of 25 deserving winners of Pro Bono Australia’s annual Impact 25 Awards for 2018.
The prestigious awards recognise the most influential and inspiring people in the social (including not-for-profit) sector who are creating a positive impact in the world around them.
Nominated and voted for by her peers, Shus was selected from a staggering 337 nominees.
LLTF Chair Chriss Mannix said Shus has always been highly regarded for her work within the organisation and its network of supporters, so it’s fantastic to see her contribution recognised on a national scale.
“Shus has dedicated the past 14 years to establishing LLTF and making the organisation Australia’s leading charity for providing support and information to families of premature babies,” Chriss said.
“She has worked tirelessly to raise awareness of complexities of premature birth, often putting the needs of other families in the LLT community ahead of her own.
“The community’s widespread appreciation for Shusannah’s work has been clearly demonstrated by the large number of people who voted for her – representing a solid proportion of the 32,000-plus votes that were cast in the award judging process.”
The prestigious Pro Bono Australia Impact 25 Awards recognise those who advocate for the disadvantaged and whose actions embody the characteristics that fall under the pillars of ‘innovation’, ‘influence’, ‘collaboration’ and ‘catalyst’.
To find out more about the Impact 25 Award visit pbaimpact.com