On Friday 9th October 2020, HLB International and its member firms will come together to support communities in their post-COVID recovery through #HLBCommunities Day, a global initiative that will see staff from across the network volunteer and donate their time to a wide variety of CSR projects and charitable causes.
As a member firm, HLB Sheehan Quinn will be marking the occasion by fundraising for LauraLynn – Ireland’s Children’s Hospice in the 30 days leading up to October 9th. For those 30 days, the HLB Sheehan Quinn team pledges to collectively go the distance for the cause by either running or walking a total of 3,000km in aid of LauraLynn.
The challenge will be completed on a collective, but individual basis, so to comply with social distancing guidelines and will conclude on October 9th with a team walk to Ticknock in the Dublin mountains.
Each team member is tasked with reaching their own personal target for the 30 days which can be completed in as many stages as they wish. Donations in support of LauraLynn and the 3000km challenge are welcomed through GoFundMe via the below link.
For weekly updates from the team on how the challenge is progressing, donors and patrons are welcomed to visit HLB Sheehan Quinn’s Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn pages or see the #HLBCommunities Day tag.Donate to our fundraiser via GoFundMe
About #HLBComunities Day
On Friday 9 October 2020, HLB will come together to support our communities in their post-COVID recovery through #HLBCommunities Day. HLB Sheehan Quinn is an independent member of HLB, a global network of advisory and accounting firms. Collectively, the HLB network consists of 29,363 people working in 158 countries. #HLBCommunities is a global initiative by HLB to give back to the local communities we operate in, by volunteering and donating our time to a number of Corporate Social Responsibility projects. Our global objective is to give 10,000 hours through 2,000 volunteers across 60 community projects that help local communities recover and adjust to the ‘New Normal’. Follow our progress and support our initiative online by using #HLBCommunities on social media.
LauraLynn provides palliative care for sick children and respite care for children with disabilities. LauraLynn House, which is located on Leopardstown Road, is an eight-bed dedicated children’s palliative care unit. The charity has been recently aided by a number of high profile fundraisers, but continues to rely heavily on the support of corporate donors and fundraisers in what is an extremely challenging COVID climate.