Volleyball Ireland have been shortlisted in the 2021 Good Governance Awards for our most recent Annual Report.
The Good Governance Awards, which are held every year seek to;
- Acknowledge, encourage and promote good governance practice in the area of annual reports and others areas of good governance practice.
- Support and encourage the nonprofit sector to use their annual reports and financial statements to showcase their embracement of and adherence to good governance.
- Provide practical examples to other organisations as to what an excellent or very good director’s report and financial statements look like.
Volleyball Ireland General Manager Gary Stewart said, “Having good Governance is the bedrock of a strong organisation and this is a great acknowledgement of all the hard work that we’ve put into our Governance structures in recent years. The Annual Report is a real team effort across the organisation from Board, through to the Commissions and staff all contributing to the report. As an organisation we feel it’s vital that we produce a transparent, honest and accurate review of our activities for our members.”
Volleyball Ireland will be up against the Children’s Rights Alliance, Volunteer Centre Dublin, Spraoi and Brighter Communities Worldwide, in the Category 3 division. All organisations in this category have an annual turnover less than €1million. The Good Governance Awards Ceremony, which are organised by the Carmichael Centre and supported by a number of organisations, will be held on November 18th.
You can check out Volleyball Ireland’s Annual Report here > 2020-21 VLY Annual Report