basis.point recognised with Irish Enterprise Award

The basis.point team at the Lexicon in Dun Laoghaire L-R Sharon Lett, Volunteering Administrator, Edel O’Malley, CEO basis.point, Louise Egan, COO and Joanne Shaw, Head of Marketing.

Edel O’Malley, CEO basis.point was delighted to be honoured recently with an Irish Enterprise Award  for Best Children’s Education Equality Support Company in recognition of the unique nature of bringing together key industry players, encouraging them to put their differences aside and work as a united front in order to combat educational disadvantage.

Edel O’Malley CEO basis.point at the Lexicon

basis.point acts on behalf of all of its patrons and supporters to select and fund the relevant programmes that adhere to its shared vision, establishing their footing in local communities and then working together in order to expand their implementation on a national level. The award recognises the wonderful work being supported by basis.point throughout the country whereby youth workers, mentors and teachers encourage children to overcome obstacles to achieving their potential.

Thank you sincerely to each of you for the part that you have played in creating brighter futures.

Sharing her delight for the recognition, Edel commented

This award recognises the collaboration and generosity of our entire Irish Funds industry. In addition to each of our Corporate Patrons, our Individual Patrons and Supporters, our Volunteers and our Charity Partners have each played a major role in helping almost 60,000 young people to reach their potential through education. Take a bow!

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