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  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Tico Mail Works: Supporting Work/Life Balance

    Tico Mail Works is an SME specializing in bulk mail fulfilment with 41 staff members who have made work/life balance and supporting their staff a cornerstone of their approach to CSR

  • Dropbox for Good: Cloud Computing Company Grounded in the Community

    At each of Dropbox's 13 global offices, including Dublin, the Dropbox for Good Corporate Social Responsibility Programme aims to make a tangible and long lasting positive impact in the community. Through this CSR initiative Dropbox Dublin is currently engaged with two organisations, the Solas Project and CASA.

  • Mason Hayes & Curran: Supporting Art and Education

    Support of the visual arts is a core part of the CSR strategy. In addition to holding one of the country’s most significant private corporate collections of Irish and international contemporary art MHC work closely with visual arts organisations to provide support with a particular emphasis on education programmes.

  • Marks & Spencer’s Plan A: There is No Plan B

    A case study on Marks and Spencer's CSR programme focusing on the 4 pillars of Ireland National CSR Plan: The Workplace, The Marketplace, The Environment and The Community

  • GIY & SAP Landscapes Donate 500 Trees for 1916 Centenary

    On November 26th 2016 100 orchards were planted simultaneously across the country to mark Ireland’s 1916 Centenary celebrations. GIY’s Community Manager Karen O’Donohoe described the ‘Orchard in an Hour’ project as “an edible lasting legacy during the 1916 centenary celebrations”.