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BT Shop for Change raises vital funds for cancer research and support services across the country

Members News - Community - Dec 10, 2018

Ireland’s biggest charity shop takeover, BT Shop for Change has succeeded in raising €186,269 for the Irish Cancer Society. The brainchild of BT Ireland employees, the event, now in its seventh year, saw more than 120 BT Ireland employees swap the office for the charity shop and compete against each other to generate the most


J&J WiSTEM2 D

Members News - Community - Dec 10, 2018

The Johnson & Johnson (J&J) family of companies has been at the forefront in advocating and promoting the need to support women in pursuing careers in the STEM2D area. As part of J&J’s commitment to building a diverse scientific community, the company developed its WISTEM2D strategy – Women in Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics, Manufacturing


Abbott: Parents, students and teachers attend STEM careers event – Science Week 2018

Members News - Community - Dec 10, 2018

Abbott contributed significantly to National Science Week, 2018 by helping to inspire the next generation of scientists and engineers in Ireland. Abbott started their science week activity off with “ASPIRE with Abbott,” which took place at Abbott’s Clonmel facility. This event was a showcase of STEM (Science, technology, engineering and maths) careers, sharing advice about


Bank of Ireland delivers over 20,000 nursing hours for Jack & Jill

Members News - Community - Nov 29, 2018

Over the past two years, Bank of Ireland colleagues worked together to help deliver the pledge of 20,000 nursing hours to the Jack & Jill Children’s Foundation by using their skills, expertise and time to make a lasting legacy for families across Ireland. From the very beginning Bank of Ireland’s aim was to leave Jack


Employee volunteer hours soar during Symantec’s third annual Global Service Week

Members News - Nov 28, 2018

Symantec employees across the world recently participated in Global Service Week (GSW), a time to join together to improve the communities where we live and work. During this full week of service, Symantec employees are encouraged to commit to at least one hour of community service with a nonprofit or charitable project of their choice.


Children’s Grief Centre in Limerick named as National Lottery Good Cause of the Year at Gala Awards ceremony

Members News - Community - Nov 28, 2018

An inspiring charity which supports children who suffer loss from bereavement, divorce or separation has been named the National Lottery Good Cause of the Year 2018. The Children’s Grief Centre in Limerick scooped the overall National Lottery Good Causes Award 2018 and the Youth Category at a gala event in Dublin in November. The new


Ireland is the first country in Europe to adopt the P-TECH school model

16th November marked an important moment for Ireland’s education system, and for the community in Dublin’s north east inner city, as Taoiseach Leo Varadkar, announced pilots of the P-TECH model in three local schools. Ireland is the first country in Europe to adopt the P-TECH school model. First established by IBM and local educators in


Calor Gas turns up the heat on its sustainability agenda

Members News - Leadership - Nov 28, 2018

Calor understands that it has an important role to play in powering rural Ireland and providing innovative alternatives to carbon-intensive fuels. It’s no surprise, therefore, that sustainability is at the heart of Calor’s business strategy in Ireland. Calor is fully committed to supporting environmental best practice and sustainable development and its employees are key enablers


Olympic Winner Celebrates Community Heroes From Across Dublin

Members News - Community - Nov 08, 2018

Thursday November 8, Olympic medal-winning hero Annalise Murphy took some time out from her busy training schedule to help announce the winners of the 2018 Dublin Bus Community Spirit Awards. 85 voluntary and community groups from across Dublin will find out the value of their award, €1,000, €2,000 or €5,000, which will allow them to