Better Together! Awards 2010


The awards ceremony for the Better Better Together AwardsTogether! campaign for 2010 marks a highlight in the calendar of the community and voluntary sector in Ireland. 

Join us under the glittering lights to partake in a celebration of all the great work Ireland's community and voluntary groups are doing each and every day throughout our country.

Miracles are being performed around us every day.

The awards will centre around the Better Together! video competition, where three lucky organisations will each receive a prize of €3000, and the Charity Hero Facebook competition whereupon one outstanding volunteer will win €1000 in cash for their group.

Light refreshments will be served.

Dress: smart casual.

Come and help us celebrate all that is great about communities, volunteers, charities and their work and mark and recognize some of the great acheivements performed right in front of us, every day.

There is no charge for this event, but registration is a must.

Book your place at this unmissable event now

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  • live music
  • activities for kids
  • photographs by local residents

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Spread the word - everone is welcome!

This event is being organised by The Wheel as part of the