CSR Case Studies Database

We have been collating examples of CSR best practice for over a decade. This is Ireland’s only database of best practice case studies in Corporate Social Responsibility.

Our member case studies shine a light on sustainability and CSR in action in Ireland to encourage businesses of all sizes to promote and communicate their responsible business practices. This database is a testament to our members that have committed to continuously improving their social and environmental impact and embed sustainable business practices into the fabric of their operations.


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Intel – Providing health & wellness programs for employees

Oct 11, 2013

2013 – We have created a portfolio of health benefit plans and wellness programs designed to encourage employees to evaluate, improve, and maintain their health and the health of their families. Intel’s Health for Life program is designed to inspire and motivate employees to take action toward achieving their best possible health and quality of life. To this end, Intel has partnered with Aetna, an independent provider of onsite corporate health services, to deliver Health for Life Wellness Check.

Intel Ireland – Providing an energy management tool to local businesses and schools

Oct 11, 2013

2013 – The company developed the ‘Reduce Our Energy’ project which provided an energy management tool to a pilot group of five local businesses and five local schools, coupled with an online resource that provides real time energy usage data and resources for energy awareness, management and reduction.

A&L Goodbody – Utilising the legal skills of our people for maximum impact

Oct 09, 2013

2013 – A&L Goodbody’s pro bono practice is at the centre of our community programme called Step Up. We ask all our solicitors to engage in at least 15 hours per year in CR activities which includes pro bono work.

PwC – Reducing energy in an already efficient building

Oct 09, 2013

2013 – In 2011 we made substantial investments in energy efficiency projects in our Spencer Dock building. This building is approximately 21,000m² and was completed in 2007.

Intel: Preserving and enhancing the natural habitat of the river Rye

Oct 09, 2013

2013 – Over the last number of years Intel has supported major projects to rehabilitate the Rye Water, working to preserve and enhance its natural habitat, and the company has a long standing commitment to the monitoring of the river through the funding of detailed annual reports that provide extensive information on the physical and environmental features of the Rye Water.