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Showcasing Good Practice
We work with member organisations across Northern Ireland, helping them to develop their responsibility towards their People, the Planet and the Places where they operate.Read More
Networking and Sharing
Business in the Community is the responsible business network. We believe that business is a powerful force for good.Read More
Benchmarking enables companies to see how they compare across a range of measures, and where they sit in relation to progress by other organisations.Read More
Apex staff are making ‘Time to Read’ with local primary school pupils
Over the coming school year, three members of staff from Apex will visit The Model Primary School in Derry~Londonderry, volunteering one hour per week to help pupils with their reading, on a one-to-one basis.
Suki Tea goes Plastic free
Award-winning SUKI Tea Makers has grown to become a well-known brand, not just for great tasting loose leaf tea, but also for doing business in a responsible way.
Danske Bank raises over £200k for children’s mental health
Danske Bank employees and customers have raised £208,000 for charity partner Action Mental Health in three years.
Our Transformational Members
Our Transformational Members are some of the most ambitious, enterprising and responsible organisations in the country.
News & Events
14 Feb 2020
Allstate Northern Ireland staff volunteer 10,000 hours with local charities
Allstate Northern Ireland employees spent 10,403 hours volunteering with local charities in communities across Northern Ireland during 2019, demonstrating the company’s commitment to making a difference for the community, people and environment which it operates in.
17 Oct 2019
Ambitious Partnerships Conference: Linking Community and Business
Back by popular demand, Jonathan Andrews, will take you on the journey from ‘remarkable partnerships’ between private sector and the charity/community sector to Ambitious Partnerships.
06 Jun 2019
£2m National Lottery funding for older workers in Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales
The National Lottery Community Fund is investing more than £2 million of National Lottery funding on a project to support older people to remain in or return to work in Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales.