We are delighted to announce our first workshop this year from the Effective Community Engagement series named Cornerstones of Successful Corporate Community Programmes. The event will be held on Tuesday 28thFebruary, 10.00 – 12.00 and it will be facilitated by Louise Murray , Senior CR Adviser
Business in the Community Ireland are the experts on sustainability in Ireland. For the past 17 years, we have advised companies of all sizes on various sustainability issues. One of our key specialist areas is helping companies develop strategic employee volunteering programmes.
14th out of 149 countries isn’t bad in any global index for our small nation, especially when the Nordic countries are in the running. That’s Ireland’s ranking in the SDG Index which provides a ‘traffic–light’ report card for countries against the United Nation’s new Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
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
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.
Business in the Community Ireland, the network for sustainability, announced today that with the support of businesses in Ireland, over 200 people from marginalised backgrounds secured employment in 2016.
Accenture started supporting our EPIC programme in 2014 and it is a great partnership with very positive impacts on both sides. In Accenture the work is led by the dynamic quartet of Patrizia Uccheddu, Laura Lopez, Ana Arnes and Francesca Laterza who do a fantastic job organising and encouraging volunteers. Their leadership has made this
Business in the Community Ireland (BITCI), as the network for responsible business, identified a growing trend of large companies undertaking initiatives that support Small to Medium Enterprises (SMEs).
Over 200 senior business leaders gather for Business in the Community Ireland’s Annual Sustainability Forum The Mark is operated by Business in the Community Ireland (BITCI), the non-profit organisation dedicated to corporate responsibility and third-party audited by the National Standards Authority of Ireland (NSAI).
We are delighted to launch our 2015 Sustainability Report ‘in accordance’ with GRI’s G4 Sustainability Reporting Guidelines. Although we are a small organisation, we are committed to reporting our sustainability impacts and achievements to our stakeholders in a way that is relevant for us.