In Memoriam Donations - Grieve Project

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There are many ways you can honour a loved one: you may choose to install a plaque on a favourite garden seat or sponsor the care of a zoo animal in remembrance.

At Hunter Writers Centre, we would like to give you the opportunity to provide an In Memoriam prize in the Grieve anthology. This prize will be awarded to a poem or story of your choice and will stand as a memorial to your loved one or colleague. Prizes start from $100.

If your family member or colleague loved writing, reading, worked in the arts or health, this can be the perfect way to honour them. If you are interested, complete the form below.

Here’s how it works: You can select a poem or story to be awarded your prize which is then published in honour of your loved one or colleague. Here is a fictitious example showing the way we can publish your In Memoriam:


Letting Go
by Jo Smith

Winner of the Emily Bronte Award. Emily Bronte loved poetry, was an avid reader and a lover of nature.
Donated by her sister Charlotte


In this way you are remembering someone important to you and you are supporting Australian literature.

Each year we are thrilled to see new and emerging writers published in the anthology alongside established writers of Australia. Read a variety of past works.

Remember a beautiful life through the Grieve project and awarding quality literature in their name.

 

Your involvement:

  • You may choose to provide prize money for writing about a specific topic, for example, dementia or suicide awareness or the death of a child.
  • Our Grieve judging team can select the piece to win your donated award or you can make the selection.
  • You can choose to donate a prize for one year or for a few years.
  • You can donate a $100, $200 or $500 prize or more.
  • You will receive a copy of the anthology that includes the work that wins your prize.
  • If agreed by both parties, we can connect both prize winning author and donor.

Wish to have a conversation with someone to learn more about this initiative? email info@hunterwriterscentre.org

Make your In Memoriam donation here:

In Memoriam Donations - Grieve Project

Grieve banner

There are many ways you can honour a loved one: you may choose to install a plaque on a favourite garden seat or sponsor the care of a zoo animal in remembrance.

At Hunter Writers Centre, we would like to give you the opportunity to provide an In Memoriam prize in the Grieve anthology. This prize will be awarded to a poem or story of your choice and will stand as a memorial to your loved one or colleague. Prizes start from $100.

If your family member or colleague loved writing, reading, worked in the arts or health, this can be the perfect way to honour them. If you are interested, complete the form below.

Here’s how it works: You can select a poem or story to be awarded your prize which is then published in honour of your loved one or colleague. Here is a fictitious example showing the way we can publish your In Memoriam:


Letting Go
by Jo Smith

Winner of the Emily Bronte Award. Emily Bronte loved poetry, was an avid reader and a lover of nature.
Donated by her sister Charlotte


In this way you are remembering someone important to you and you are supporting Australian literature.

Each year we are thrilled to see new and emerging writers published in the anthology alongside established writers of Australia. Read a variety of past works.

Remember a beautiful life through the Grieve project and awarding quality literature in their name.

Your involvement:

  • You may choose to provide prize money for writing about a specific topic, for example, dementia or suicide awareness or the death of a child.
  • Our Grieve judging team can select the piece to win your donated award or you can make the selection.
  • You can choose to donate a prize for one year or for a few years.
  • You can donate a $100, $200 or $500 prize or more.
  • You will receive a copy of the anthology that includes the work that wins your prize.
  • If agreed by both parties, we can connect both prize winning author and donor.

Wish to have a conversation with someone to learn more about this initiative? email info@hunterwriterscentre.org

Make your In Memoriam donation here: