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Period Pack's Lily Harrison - Freemasons Community Service Award - photo courtesy of ABC News

Lily Harrison won the 2020 Freemasons of NSW/ACT Community Service Award in the 2020 7NEWS Young Achiever Awards.

Lily Harrison, 18 of Corndale promotes compassion. Lily founded Period Pack, a community initiative where she collects sanitary products and basic toiletries to give to homeless and vulnerable women across the Bundjalung nation. She has made over 500 maternity packs for women accessing the Aboriginal Maternal Infant Health Services and women’s shelters. As Ambassador for One Girl, she worked on “Do It in a Dress”, a fundraising campaign where she hiked and joined sports events while wearing a dress. Lily received the Lismore City Council Australia Day Awards 2019 Young Citizen of the Year and 2019 BASE Youth Leadership and Community Leadership and Community Service Award.

Do you know someone amazing? Refer them to us before nominations close on the 11th Jan 2021.

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