Betty White Humanitarian Award
|Betty White Humanitarian Award|
Ribbon of the Grand Commander Knight grade
|Awarded by |
|Established||1 January 2022|
|Eligibility||Distinguished and honourable service to Ameristralia|
|Awarded for||Discretion of the Municipal Assembly|
|Sovereign Prince||David Brooke|
|Chief Minister||Kyson Brooke|
|First induction||09 April 2022|
|Last induction||09 April 2022|
|Next (higher)||Order of the Emu|
|Next (lower)||Noble Order of the Golden Wattle|
The Betty White Humanitarian Award is a prestigious municipal honour granted by the Government of Ameristralia. This distinguished award recognizes individuals who have made remarkable contributions to the betterment of others and society through their charitable and humanitarian endeavours. It serves as a testament to the recipient's outstanding commitment and impact in improving the lives of those in need, highlighting their selfless acts of kindness and dedication to humanitarian causes.
Inspired by the philanthropic contributions of Betty White and her lifelong dedication to various charitable organizations, the Betty White Humanitarian Award stands as a prestigious municipal honour granted by the Government of Ameristralia. This esteemed award acknowledges individuals who have made exceptional contributions to the betterment of others and society through their selfless acts of charity and humanitarian endeavours. Established on January 1, 2022, the award serves as a tribute to Betty White's legacy and the impact she has made in the realm of humanitarian work. The inaugural recipient, Chris Millar, was honoured with the award on 9 April 2022, recognising his outstanding commitment and positive impact on the lives of those in need.
|Design of the Royal Order of the Phoenix|
The following individuals have received a Patent as a member of the order.
|Recipients of the Betty White Humanitarian Award|