Sponsorships

We celebrate the achievements of WA's aged care and community services organisations and the wonderful older individuals and groups who selflessly help every day!

Through our longstanding involvement with the aged care sector, State and local governments we're proud to support these significant awards.

Juniper WA Seniors Champion

The Juniper WA Seniors Champion Award is the premier honour of the annual WA Seniors Awards, hosted by the Council on the Ageing WA and the Department of Local Government and Communities to acknowledge the rich and rewarding service of our seniors.

2016 Jenny Davis for her work sharing the stories and experiences of older people through Agelink Theatre.
2015 Br Olly Pickett for his work for seniors, youth and children, notably through the Wheelchairs for Kids charity.
2014 Maureen Angus for improving the lives of older Aboriginal people by establishing a home care service in her remote community.
2013 Errol Bartlett-Torr for his contribution to local arts, sea safety and recreation in the Shark Bay community.

Small Provider Award

Juniper has proudly sponsored the Small Provider category of the Aged and Community Services WA Excellence in Care Awards for many years. We acknowledge achievement among community groups and organisations dedicated to serving older people. Congratulations to our recent Small Provider Award winners!

Umbrella Multicultural Community Care Services Inc. for leading innovations in the delivery of high quality and culturally appropriate services to elderly, 2016.

ECHO Community Services is a not for profit Home Help organisation that provides care to people who are frail aged and people who have a disability to enable them to live in their own home with dignity while still maintaining their independence, 2015.

Dale Cottages for their positive contribution to the community where families have the assurance that loved ones are receiving quality care, 2014.

City of Subiaco for more than 20 years’ contributing to community care services for seniors and young adults with disability, to reduce premature placement in residential care and have a culture of positive ageing, 2013.