Business in the Community Ireland and the Community Foundation are proud to beÂ partners with See Change. See Change is Irelandâs national programme working to change minds about mental health problems in Ireland and they work with eighty organisations to create a disruptive, community driven social movement to reduce the stigma and discrimination associated with
World cup fever hit Mayo as Shell E&P Ireland Limited (SEPIL) hosted a visit from RTE football pundit, Johnny Giles. The former Manchester United, Leeds and Irish soccer international was part of a Football Association of Ireland (FAI) delegation who visited Belmullet to thank SEPIL for its continued support towards grassroots football. Since 2008, SEPIL
PwC, together with Localise, youth development organisation, held a fundraising event âRow Row Row Your Boatâ with the students from local school, St Laurence O’Toole’s, Seville Place, Dublin 1. Over 120 PwC people and students from the school ârowedâ over 125kms (the length of the Liffey from source to sea) on rowing machines at the
The Green Line, which opened three months ahead of the Red Line was officially opened by then Transport Minister the late Seamus Brennan T.D. on Wednesday June 30th 2004 who predicted that the final jury verdict on what had been a somewhat controversial project would be delivered by the Luas users. How right he was!
There are many reasons why Sustainability is good for business, including SMEs- Many are the opportunities that an SME can benefit from, such as: 1. Potential to increase profits Eco-efficiencies are all about âdoing more with lessâ. This includes reducing energy usage, waste, raw material and transport. These all correlate directly to reducing costs 2. Fulfil
VitalSigns is a report card on the vitality of the nation developed by our sister organisation, The Community Foundation for Ireland. Vitalsigns grades 12 key issue areas that affect the quality of life of those who live, play, work and learn in Ireland. Click here to see what #vitalsigns has already done for you. Complete the peopleâs survey and
16/07/14 Chambers Ireland has today announced the shortlist for the 2014 Corporate Social Responsibility Awards.
The Schoolsâ Business Partnership aims to positively impact and address key issues in areas of educational inclusion in Ireland. It does this by matching schools with large local businesses and engaging in various programmes. Marks & Spencer Ireland has been the lead sponsor of the Schools’ Business Partnership since its inception. Job Title: Time to
DUBLIN Airport has struck a deal with the ESB which will lead to energy consumption at the airport being cut by almost a third. The agreement is the first full energy spectrum collaboration of its kind in Ireland and aims to make the airport an international energy example by 2020. The Dublin Airport Authority (DAA)