• A&L Goodbody Writer in Residence

    Over the past two years children's author and poet Catherine Ann Cullen has been working with pupils in St Joseph's Co-ed Primary School in East Wall in Dublin with a view to improving their creativity and literacy skills. Catherine Ann was the professional writer selected as part of a new writer-in-residence programme, a three-year partnership created by A&L Goodbody under the Docklands Arts Fund. It is the first school residency in the country supported by a company.

  • AIM2Flourish

    Check out AIM2Flourish case study on Transforming Old Peat Harvesting Site for People and Community. AIM2Flourish connects students with business leaders to discover and learn about innovations that do good and do well.

  • Green Business online Resource Efficiency Tool Can save €thousands for SMEs

    Green Business is a free and confidential resource efficiency service for all types of SMEs in Ireland. In October 2016, they launched an online Resource Efficiency Tool. The Tool for REsource Efficiency (TREE) allows businesses to carry out a quick assessment of their current business practices and take less than 15 minutes to complete. Business will receive a tailor made report with suggestions for more efficient management of energy, water and materials within their business.

  • Cisco Galway Partner with Age Action

    Cisco Galway have been working with Age Action for more than 5 years bridging the generational divide and giving computer classes to the more mature members of our community. Originally the computer classes were convened in local libraries or community halls, however, due to the lack of availability of locations, Cisco now bring the students of Age Action into the Cisco Galway offices.

  • Bord na Móna Goes Back to School with the Eco Rangers Programme

    Bord na Móna's Eco Rangers schools programme is one of a range of communication and engagement events promoting value of biodiversity as part of Bord na Móna's Biodiversity Action Plan 2016-2021.

  • Bank of Ireland's Workbench: Supporting Start-Ups

    Bank of Ireland's Workbench project connects entrepreneurs, the community, and bank branches by offering start-ups and entrepreneurs free dedicated space for co-working, seminars, clinics and events to encourage innovation and new ideas.

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    Freightspeed and the HSE – Collaborating for Sustainable Transport

    Freightspeed was the winner of both the transport award at the 2017 Green Business Awards and The Green Mover Award at the 2017 Irish Logistics & Transport Awards for their work with the HSE.