Ireland’s Good Governance Awards, established by Carmichael four years ago to encourage and support good governance for the not for profit sector have been formally launched in Co. Kerry in partnership with
• Kerry Volunteer Centre
• Cork Volunteer Centre
• Clare Volunteer Centre
• Tipperary Volunteer Centre
• Limerick Volunteer Centre
• Yellow Harbour
The backdrop of rural Killarney was deliberately chosen to shine a light on the work of nonprofit groups in rural Ireland. A key message at the launch is that small and medium sized rural groups deserve to be at the forefront of initiatives that empower and give national recognition to Good Governance.
The Good Governance Awards (GGA) provide the perfect platform for all groups to share their story and tell of the efforts that they are making to advance and comply with good governance. The closing date for submissions via www.goodgovernanceawards.ie is September 13th.