Good Governance Awards Ceremony 2023

This year, 133 nonprofit organisations entered their annual reports into the Good Governance Awards. The awards are divided into 7 categories based on the annual income of the organisation. The shortlist will be announced at the end of October.

The winners will be announced at the Awards Ceremony which will take place from 6pm to 8pm on November 16th in Chartered Accounts Ireland (House, 47-49 Pearse St, Dublin 2, D02 YN40, Ireland).

The ceremony will begin with a reception from 6 until 6.30pm.

The keynote speaker for 2023 will be Senator Tom Clonan. He was elected to Seanad Éireann in March 2022 as an fully Independent Senator.  For over 25 years, Tom has been a tireless campaigner for the Rights of others – as an Army Whistleblower on Gender Based Violence and as a Parent campaigning for the rights of Disabled Children, Adults and the Elderly.”

The winner of each category will be announced after the keynote speech.

Winners will not be asked to make speeches but will be asked to be in photographs.

Tickets are not available for booking until the shortlist has been announced.

Free tickets will be available for booking on this website from October 24th. A link to book tickets also be emailed to all 2023 entrants.

The room and building in which the Awards Ceremony will be held are wheelchair accessible.

There will be an Irish Sign Language interpreter throughout the ceremony.

If you have any concerns about the supports available for you to fully participate in the ceremony, please contact [email protected] and/or highlight your needs in the relevant place on the ticket booking form.

Some pictures from the 2022 Good Governance Awards Ceremony