Awards and Recognition

....celebrating the journey

Jeffrey J Hopp has a distinguished and colourful list of accolades celebrating his high profile career. Having founded and progressed from Jesus People Welfare Services, subsequently starting and selling the successful businesses, Awards Australia and the New Zealander of the Year, Hopp has received many acknowledgements over the years.

He also established The Fundraising Group New Zealand Ltd in 1999, helping schools raise funds to improve their facilities.

His career has been devoted to the betterment of others and the recognition of excellence.

Citizen of the Year 1981
Jeffrey Hopp awarded Citizen of the Year in recognition of his work with homeless youth as Jesus People Incorporated Founder
JC's Outstanding Young Australian
Editorial regarding Jeffrey Hopp receiving a JC (Junior Chamber of Commerce) Award for Community Service
WA Recipients
Jeffrey Hopp, one of five Western Australian recipients of the Junior Chamber of Commerce Outstanding Young Australian Awards recognising excellence in their chosen field.
Winston Churchill Memorial Trust
Jeffrey Hopp was awarded a Churchill Scholarship in 1983 to study work amongst disadvantaged youth in United States of America and the United Kingdom
Australian Jaycees
Jeffrey Hopp received an award for outstanding service to the community in founding the Jesus People Organisation
Citizen of the Year
Editorial regarding Jeffrey Hopp's Citizen of the Year Award
Australian Financial Review Finalist
The Awards Program was recognised as a finalist in the Cultural Events and Community Activities Awards sponsored by the Financial Review
Letter from the Premier
Correspondence acknowledging the great work of the Jesus People organisation under the leadership of Jeffrey Hopp
Royal Invitation
The Governor General, Prince Charles and Lady Di extend an invitation to Jeffrey Hopp for a royal function as a prominent Australian
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Winston Churchill Memorial Trust

Jeffrey Hopp was awarded a Churchill Scholarship in 1983 to study work amongst disadvantaged youth in United States of America and the United Kingdom