Sir Louis Pyke Award
The Sir Louis Pyke Award is one of the highest honours a member of the Victorian MS community can receive, and nominations are now open for 2017.
The award commemorates the work of Sir Louis, a former MS board member and prominent fundraiser, and is presented annually in recognition of one person’s significant contribution to people living with multiple sclerosis.
It could be a volunteer, a fundraiser, a person in the community, or a paid staff member of MS – as long as their nomination shows how their contribution has supported people affected by multiple sclerosis, we want to hear about them and what their work means to the MS community.
The Sir Louis Pyke Award will be presented a during Volunteer Recognition Week on Thursday May 11 at The Nerve Centre in Blackburn.
We need to receive your entry by 5pm on Tuesday 11 April. Email the completed nomination form to Kerry.Reiter-Lynch@ms.org.au, print it out and post it to Kerry C/O The Nerve Centre, 54 Railway Road, Blackburn VIC 3130, or drop it off at reception next time you stop by.