Now in its eighth year, the Good Governance Awards recognise and encourage adherence to responsible governance and transparent reporting by nonprofits in Ireland. Each year, more than 100 nonprofit organisations enter their annual report and financial statements into the awards to be assessed under the criteria of transparency, governance, strategy, and financial information.
Commenting on the nomination, LauraLynn CEO, Kerry McLaverty said:
“The LauraLynn team and I are absolutely delighted to be shortlisted for the Good Governance Awards 2023. It is an honour to be nominated alongside some incredible charities. I am extremely proud of the team at LauraLynn, Ireland’s Children’s Hospice who demonstrate good governance in their work every day across each and every department. I would also like to thank Carmichael for the nomination, and we look forward very much to the award ceremony.’’
The winners will be announced at the Awards Ceremony which will take place on November 16th in Chartered Accounts Ireland.