HSBC’s Impact in 2019

Business in the Community Ireland

HSBC Ireland’s Community Engagement Policy

Since its foundation in 1865, HSBC has adapted to and helped serve the needs of a changing world. It has financed economic growth, fostered international trade and overcome events such as economic crises. We recognise our wider commitments to the communities in which we operate and understand that economic growth must also be sustainable.

Today our sustainability approach focuses on three main areas: sustainable finance; sustainable supply chains; and employability and financial capability. In each of these areas we have begun to take genuine strides forward. We have set out a series of commitments to contribute to the global transition to a low-carbon economy. We have also pledged long-term support to help people access education and training so they can acquire the skills they need to succeed in today’s workplace. And through our partnerships with customers, NGOs and other key stakeholders, we are encouraging responsible business in global supply chains.

HSBC Ireland’s Impact in 2019

HSBC Ireland provided €183,000 in cash donations and €5,000 was raised through employee fundraising. Employees also volunteered 1,259 hours to local groups and projects during the year.

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