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Oracle Ireland and Aramark Volunteers Join Forces for Aware

Oracle employees have been really busy lately supporting many great causes. Take a look at all their latest CSR activities.       Oracle Ireland and Aramark Volunteers Join Forces for Aware On 24th & 25th March Oracle and Aramark volunteers helped Aware to complete the latest training for their Facilitators in 2018. These Aware


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Engineers Week Blasts Off with Abbott

On Sunday 25th February, schoolchildren from across Sligo were present for a special event to mark the start of Abbott’s participation in Engineers Week 2018. Hosted by Abbott’s diagnostics team in Sligo, children of Abbott employees had the opportunity to meet leading Irish engineer Norah Patten, who is bidding to become Ireland’s first-ever astronaut. Norah,


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Engage your employees, improve literacy, make an impact on education

Would you like your company to be involved in one of the most impactful employee engagement programmes designed to improve the literacy of Ireland’s young children? Then Time to Read is for you.


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#StrongerTogether with Cian Coughlan, KPMG Volunteer

KPMG is part of the Business Impact Map and the #strongertogether campaign. The interactive map launched last week showcases what companies are doing for their local communities across the country and also shows the collective impact of the network.


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#StrongerTogether with Claire Hanrahan, BT Ireland Volunteer

BT is part of the Business Impact Map and the #strongertogether campaign. The interactive map launched last week showcases what companies are doing for their local communities across the country and also shows the collective impact of the network.


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57 Companies in Ireland Contributed Over €28 million and 231,668 hours to Charities and Community Groups in 2017

In the past 5 years, employees in Ireland have volunteered a total of 1 million hours to good causes in Ireland 57 top companies in Ireland have contributed over €28 million to charities and community groups last year while employees racked up 231,668 volunteer hours. The data is featured on an online interactive ‘ Business Impact Map


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#StrongerTogether with Jamie O’Toole, Vodafone Volunteer

Vodafone is participating in the Business Impact Map and the #strongertogether campaign.The interactive map launching today showcases what companies are doing for their local communities across the country and also shows the collective impact of the network.


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#StrongerTogether with Jennifer Kingston, Gas Networks Ireland

Gas Networks Ireland is one of the companies participating in  the Business Impact Map and its #strongertogether campaign.The interactive map launched today showcases what companies are doing for their local communities across the country and also shows the collective impact of the network.


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#StrongerTogether with Annemarie Nagle, Fujitsu Volunteer

Fujitsu is participating in the Business Impact Map and the #strongertogether campaign.The interactive map launching today showcases what companies are doing for their local communities across the country and also shows the collective impact of the network.


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#StrongerTogether with Colette Teeters, Premier Lotteries Ireland Volunteer

Premier Lotteries Ireland is participating in the Business Impact Map  and the #strongertogether campaign.The interactive map launching today showcases what companies are doing for their local communities across the country and also shows the collective impact of the network.


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#StrongerTogether with Sarah Whelan, PwC volunteer

PwC is one of the companies participating in the Business Impact Map and the #strongertogether campaign. The interactive map showcases what companies are doing for their local communities across the country and also shows the collective impact of the network. Today as we unveil the impact achieved by the participating companies in 2017 we take the opportunity to hear from


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#StrongerTogether with Dee O’Toole, KBC Volunteer

Dee O’Toole is a Team Leader and works at KBC, as part of the #StrongerTogether campaign, Dee shares her experience and thoughts on volunteering. KBC is one of the companies participating in the Business Impact Map and the #strongertogether campaign.The interactive map launched today showcases what companies are doing for their local communities across the country and also


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#StrongerTogether with Martin Coughlan, Symantec Volunteer

Martin Coughlan is a software engineer working for Symantec, as part of the #strongertogether campaign, Martin shares his thoughts on volunteering.


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KBC and the Alzheimer Society: A charity partnership that ensures tangible sustainable impact

Members News - Community - Feb 26, 2018

KBC Bank Ireland runs a Sustainability programme which shares a vision for better, brighter communities, supports innovation, strives for long-term sustainable impact and builds a culture within KBC that reflects the Bank of You, their brand proposition to customers in the Irish market. KBC Bank drives this vision through four diverse focus domains: entrepreneurship, financial


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Intel Partners with UCD to Sponsor 18 masters students

BITCI News - Community - Jan 29, 2018

The Masters sponsorship program is part of an ongoing strategic partnership between Intel and UCD. January 17th saw Intel Leixlip welcome 18 Intel sponsored Masters students from UCD. The students, pursuing full time masters in Science, Engineering and related disciplines, were on site to meet their Intel, industry mentors and receive commendation for their achievements


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PwC People Giving Scheme

Members News - Community - Jan 29, 2018

Through the PwC ‘People Giving Scheme’, PwC helped 3 Irish charities in 2017, raising a total of €59,902, and recently they presented the charities with their funds. The charities chosen by PwC people to benefit from the scheme last year were Alzheimer Society of Ireland, MS Ireland and Temple Street Foundation. The scheme is now