Before the Bethany Superhero Awards Competition closes on Saturday, primary school children across the region are encouraged to submit a story or poem, draw pictures, use photographs or upload a video to describe the heroes in their lives.
Bethany Group chief executive Grant Boyd said heroes could be anyone in children's lives.
"The awards provide an opportunity for everyday heroes to be acknowledged publicly; where acts of kindness and bravery from individuals are celebrated," he said.
"This year has been one like no other and the impacts are evident in our community.
"For children, their lives have also changed, with learning from home, being restricted from normal activities and seeing friends and broader family members.
"The awards provide them with the ability to reflect on the meaningful relationships they have."
The Bethany Superhero Awards 2020 is an activity where children can reflect upon at this very unusual time, and help them to identify and celebrate positive role models in their lives.
Nominations will be divided into three age groups and children can enter their superheroes in one of two categories; family and friends or teachers, coaches and community.
Once the competition closes on September 18, judges will select winners who will receive cash prizes, as well as prizes from Adventure Park, Sea All Dolphins Swim and Collins Bookstore.
For more information or to enter the Bethany Superhero Awards head to bethany.org.au/2020-bethany-superhero-awards-competition.
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