The Schools’ Business Partnership Newsletter In this issue: The launch of Time to Read in Ireland by Minister Ruairi Quinn and our partner the ESB Athy International Concentrates and Athy College Yahoo! and Ard Scoil la Salle Allergan and Davitt College Limerick IT St. Dominic’s SS, Ballyfermot’s student Veolia and St. Aidan’s CS Carambola Kidz
A lot of our members each year plan activities in the run-up to Christmas to support their community partners : AIB is hosting a Charity Christmas Market on 6th December in the main Atrium of AIB Bankcentre from 11am-3pm. There will be around 30 charities selling a range of gifts, cards and Christmas treats. This
Wednesday 4th December 2013 – Business in the Community Ireland (BITCI) announces the launch of Ireland’s first nationwide business to schools reading initiative, ‘Time to Read’, at the National Library, Kildare St.
Business in the Community Ireland is one of the first charities in Ireland complying with the Governance Code for community,
Make 2014 the year your company measures the impact of its sustainable and responsible business practices. Hear exclusively from Caroline O’Connor, Corporate Responsibility Manager, Bord Gáis Networks on how The Business Working Responsibly Mark worked for them, the questionnaire, the auditing process and how to get started. Based on ISO 26000, The Business Working Responsibly
Business in the Community Ireland is delighted to support the American Chamber’s Social Impact Map launched as part of the 2013 Thanksgiving celebrations.
As a part of Transdev’s overall business vision ‘Mobility Inspired by You’ and as the Luas transport operator, we are committed to working towards a more sustainable future for Dublin’s businesses and citizens. Our goal is to undertake a responsible approach through the way we do business and connect with others. We always strive to
Major employers not only bring business to a region, but can influence and have a lasting impact on the lives of employees, customers, suppliers and the local community. Donor Advised Funds provide a convenient, flexible way for your business to show it cares about its local community and build awareness about community needs. A Donor
BT volunteers from across the Island of Ireland joined representatives from the Irish Cancer Society and Marie Curie Care at Bewleys hotel in Ballsbridge, Dublin, to announce the results of the Great BT Charity Shops Challenge. The Challenge, which took place on the 3rd October, saw 170 BT employees step out of their day jobs
Company Celebrates Fifth Year of Promoting the Wonders of Science and Engineering to School Children around the Country To coincide with National Science Week (10-17 November) Abbott, one of Ireland’s leading healthcare companies, reached out to school students in 28 schools nationwide to stimulate their interest in the wonders of science and encourage their future