Bank of Ireland has recently launched its third Responsible Business Report which provides a comprehensive picture of the Group’s 2016 activities under five pillars – customers, communities, colleagues, environment and governance.
To help highlight the positive impacts that volunteering has on lives across Ireland, Abbott is lending its support to the European Volunteering Capital Programme as the official corporate partner 2017. Sligo was named European Volunteering Capital 2017 by the European Volunteer Centre, which promotes volunteering across the European Union and is supported by the European
In this month of our In Conversation with series we are delighted to talk to Sandy Boundy, Communications and CSR Manager at Heineken Ireland.
As part of thier focus on Gender Diversity, KPMG is one of the main corporate sponsors of Going for Growth in 2017 and again joins Enterprise Ireland in supporting this very successful initiative.
Symantec’s first annual Global Service Week took place in October 2016, with an impressive uptake of employee volunteers and social impact in local communities around the world. #GivingTuesday also provided generous cash donations, so combined, employees contributed more than 6,200 hours of service over the course of one week, and more than $195,000 in donations
For almost five years Bank of Ireland has partnered with Business in the Community Ireland in an innovative community partnership – offering places on its one-day training courses through its ‘LearningZone’ to community groups and charities in Ireland. In December a milestone was reached in this partnership when the 1000th participant from the community
Rio Ferdinand and BT encourage young people to ‘Dream it, Do it’ at a special event at BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition BT, Active Communities Network (ACN) and the Rio Ferdinand Foundation (RFF) joined forces last month at the BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition (BTYSTE) to announce BT’s support for a programme designed
Phase Four of the Access to Education, Bridge to Employment initiative Janssen recently launched ‘Vision 2020’, the next phase of the supported programme ‘Access to Education, Bridge to Employment’. Now in its 12th year, The programme, aims to encourage and assist students in Cork City in staying in school and progress to further and higher level education, with a particular focus
Intel this year for the fourth time has come together with the Centre for Talented Youth Ireland (CTYI) to deliver a programme which invited female students aged between 14 and 17 to participate in weekly engineering-based classes which were facilitated through the Centre’s existing structure.
BAM Ireland, one of the country’s largest construction businesses, is making a positive impact on local communities through its “Enhancing lives” programme. The programme, which is part of BAM’s strategy for 2016 to 2020, aims to add real value to communities through partnership. This year has seen the company collaborate with Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology