In Conversation with Priscilla O’Regan Head of Communications BT Ireland

For this month of our In Conversation Series with Sustainability professionals we hear from Priscilla O’Regan Head of Communications at BT Ireland. BT Ireland are leaders in sustainability having this year achieved the Business Working Responsibly mark. BT’s purpose is to use the power of communications to make a better world.They’re making this happen through

The time for action is now

In light of the launch of the Leaders’ Group on Sustainability and the Low Carbon Pledge our CEO Tomás Sercovich shares his thoughts on the importance of collaboration and the need for businesses to rethink their business models.

William Fry Supports Incognito 2018

William Fry are delighted to support  Incognito: A Public Arts Initiative  as part of their  ‘Making a Difference in the Community’  activities. The event, which will take place from 4-8 April at  The Solomon Gallery , is Ireland’s largest single-gallery art exhibition with more than 1,500 postcard-size artworks available. The postcards will be available to the public buy for €50 – the twist is that no one will know

The Chambers Ireland CSR Awards 2017 Shortlist

The list of the shortlisted companies for the Chambers Ireland CSR Awards 2017 are:       Excellence in CSR Communication Aldi Stores Ireland Limited – Aldi and FoodCloud Partnership Arthur Cox – ‘Who Wants to be a Volunteer?’ – the Arthur Cox Volunteer Champions (ACVC) Bord Gais Energy – Give a Helping Hand to Prevent Family Homelessness #AHelpingHand Core

Abbott Recognised for Protecting the Environment by Chambers Ireland

  Abbott won the Excellence In Environment Award at the Chambers Ireland Corporate Social Responsibility Awards, which was held on the evening of 1 Sept. 2016 in Dublin. The award recognizes Abbott’s sustained excellence in the execution of programmes across its six manufacturing sites in Ireland aimed at improving the environmental efficiency and sustainability of

Our Time to Read Experience

Stephen McNicholas-BITC Volunteer Volunteering for the Time to Read programme has been a brilliant experience, from the level of training we received to the interactions with everyone involved. As someone who has no experience with children, I felt nervous walking into the classroom on day one. My anxiety was short-lived as I was immediately put at

Promoting confidence in young women through ‘KPMG Ignite’ programme

KPMG Ireland just completed a programme called ‘KPMG Ignite’ aimed at empowering young women by improving their self-confidence. The firm linked with the Jesus and Mary School in Goatstown targeting 30 transition year students from the school. The initiative exposed the students to female role models and helped participants to maximize their individual potential and

KPMG and their participation with Time to Read

“KPMG is delighted to engage in the Time to Read programme, being involved since its inception, we see the value in instilling a passion for reading with young students. This is one of our most popular CSR programmes, even though the commitment is significant, each year we have trouble just selecting 10 readers from the

Gain a real sense of community involvement with #Time2Read Employee engagement initiative

Last year the Western People, a regional newspaper in Mayo, featured the Time to Read partnership between Lionbridge Technologies and Scoil Íosa, Ballina. Representatives from the newspaper went along to the workplace visit in the Emmet St premises where students from Scoil Íosa were invited to visit their volunteer readers at work. The workplace visit is often an exciting aspect of

Abbott publishes its third Ireland Citizenship Report

Abbott, one of Ireland’s largest healthcare companies with 11 local sites, has published its third citizenship report for Ireland. Abbott is a diversified, global science-based company dedicated to fulfilling the promise of human potential through better health. For more than 125 years, Abbott has focused on unlocking the power of health to help people build better lives and stronger communities,