Chambers Ireland CSR Awards 2018: Outstanding Achievement in Corporate Social Responsibility Award Shortlist Announced Today
Chambers Ireland today (15 August 2018) officially announced the shortlist for the Outstanding Achievement in Corporate Social Responsibility Award for the 2018 Chambers Ireland Corporate Social Responsibility Awards.
Companies across a wide range of sectors and of all sizes, from SMEs to MNCs, entered projects in the 2018 Awards and out of these just four companies were shortlisted for the prestigious Outstanding Achievement Award.
The companies shortlisted for the Outstanding Achievement Award are:
• Diageo Ireland
• Lidl Ireland
• Vodafone Ireland
Later this week leaders and CSR champions from these four companies will present to a panel of judges in the third and final round of the competition. At the Awards ceremony on September 20th the winners of the 16 CSR Awards categories will be announced, along with the Outstanding Achievement Award.
Announcing the four companies shortlisted, Ian Talbot, Chambers Ireland Chief Executive said,
“We are delighted to announce the four companies shortlisted for the Outstanding Achievement in Corporate Social Responsibility Award for 2018. Each of these companies has shown long term commitment to CSR across a wide range of initiatives and are deservedly being recognised for this work by being shortlisted by our expert panels of judges.
The CSR Awards are an opportunity to highlight the best practice work being carried out by companies working to make a real difference in communities across the country. By recognising and celebrating best in class in corporate social responsibility in Ireland the Awards enable companies to learn from one another and raise the bar overall.
The four shortlisted companies are innovative in their approaches to CSR and commit significant time and resources towards enhancing the communities and environments in which they operate. The quality of work being carried out by these shortlisted companies means that it is an extremely competitive accolade.
We look forward to the final round of judging later this week and to the awards night, taking place on September 20th in Dublin. I would like to wish each of the shortlisted companies the very best of luck.”
The Chambers Ireland CSR Awards are partnered with Business in the Community Ireland, sponsored by BAM Ireland and run in association with the Department of Rural and Community Development. The Awards take place in the Clayton Hotel Burlington Road on the evening of September 20th.