The CTK Foundation Announces the Winners of the Heart & Soul Australia/New Zealand Grant Award with Online “e-Gala”

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The CTK Foundation will launch an online e-Gala on Friday, Oct 10th CDT to showcase all awarded organizations.

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The grand prize award also included a professionally produced song by Stefon "BIONIK" Taylor, inspired by the grand prize award winning poem.

The CTK Foundation, in partnership with Connecting Up Australia, is pleased to announce the grant award winners of their Heart & Soul Australia/New Zealand Grant Award. Hundreds of non-profit organisations throughout New Zealand and Australia created poems based upon their missions to qualify for a chance to win over $7,500 USD in cash and Outcomes Achievement™ technology grants. The grand prize award also included a professionally produced song by Stefon "BIONIK" Taylor inspired by the grand prize award winning poem.

The CTK Foundation launched an online e-Gala on Friday, Oct 10th CDT, to showcase all awarded organizations (listed below) and their poems, BIONIK’s song, “One Day”, videos of the winners and partners and many other interactive features. This online celebration will allow viewers to “attend” the e-Gala on the opening day or into fall 2011.

Click HERE to view the e-Gala now!

CTK 1st Place Grant Award Winner: $5,000 USD and a Song professionally produced by Stefon “BIONIK” Taylor: Cystic Fibrosis Western Australia (cysticfibrosis.org.au/wa)

Connecting Up Community Partner Award: $1,000 USD
Mummy's Wish (mummyswish.org)

Third Sector (thirdsectormagazine.com.au) Blogger's Choice Award: $1,000 USD
Queensland Justices Association (qja.com.au)

Honorable Mentions/Podcast Recipients:

Gold Coast Project for Homeless Youth
(homelessyouth.com.au)

SCOSA Spastic Centres of South Australia
(scosa.com.au)

Tasmania Recovery from Eating Disorders
(facebook.com/pages/TRED-Tasmania-Recovery-from-Eating-Disorders/204031252994304)

President's Choice Award of Heart & Soul Australia/New Zealand: $500 USD
Tasmanian Society for the Deaf
(tasdeaf.org.au)

For additional information on this grant and upcoming exciting grant opportunities, please visit the CTK website at http://www.communitytech.net
About The CTK Foundation
The CTK Foundation is registered with the Austin Community Foundation, which is classified as a public charity and is tax exempt as a 501(c)3 according to the Internal Revenue Code.
The CTK Foundation was created by Community TechKnowledge. CTK nonprofit software solutions help nonprofits manage and report on various types of clients, activities and program data—generating reports on outputs, outcomes, performance and the impact of services and funding on communities.

The goals of The CTK Foundation are to celebrate the heart of nonprofit work and to support the use of technology in mission achievement.

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