William Fry Wins 'Best Creative Staff Engagement' at Allianz Business to Arts Awards
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Pictured L to R: Andrew Hetherington (CEO, Business to Arts), Deirdre Walsh, (Fundraising Director, Jack & Jill Children's Foundation), Lucinda Hall (Incognito Exhibition Manager), Josepha Madigan TD (Minister for Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht), Bryan Bourke, (Managing Partner, William Fry), Bethany Fiore (CSR Manager, William Fry), Sean McGrath (CEO, Allianz Ireland)

 

William Fry has been awarded "Best Creative Staff Engagement' at the Allianz Business to Arts awards hosted in the Bord Gais on Tuesday night. This significant award recognises the Firm's collaboration with the Jack & Jill Children's Foundation for 'Incognito'. The Incognito initiative is Ireland's largest single gallery public art exhibition, with over 2,000 original and anonymous postcard-size artworks being sold raising €95,000. 

This award comes not long after the Firm was been named as the 5th Most Diverse Law Firm in Europe by The Lawyer European 100 for the 2nd consecutive year in June.

The Incognito Initiative encompasses two of the four CSR pillars – Community and Workplace – of the Firm's wider Making a Difference CSR programme which states its mission to be making a positive and lasting difference in their community, workplace, marketplace and our environment. 

Commenting on the win Bryan Bourke, Managing Partner of William Fry said, “We are delighted to accept this award. I am especially proud of this recognition as it involved huge engagement throughout the Firm in achieving this milestone for a great cause. It also speaks volumes about our Firm working together, our values and our standing in the business and arts community.”

About Business to Arts

Business to Arts is a membership-based, charitable organisation that brokers, enables and supports creative partnerships between businesses, individuals and the arts. They work by pairing their business members with arts organisations and artists to develop solutions in areas such as sponsorship, commissioning, brand development, training, leadership development, internal and external communications and events. They also work with artists and arts organisations providing a range of training opportunities and coaching to help diversify income streams, grow audiences and improve efficiencies.

 

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Bryan Bourke Managing Partner