Our members benefit from
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
Connecting the rural community in challenging times
The agri-food business ABP Northern Ireland has teamed up with the former BBC broadcaster and farmer, Karen Patterson, to produce an innovative podcast for the farming and agri-food community.
Asda Enniskillen pulls together to support local care homes
Community Champion Simon Harron and his Asda Enniskillen colleagues came together this week to support staff at Gran Nursing Home, Millverne Residential Care Home and County Care Home with a donation of facemasks.
Ulster Bank delivers financial support to businesses behind innovative Hero Shield
Businesses behind the innovative Hero Shield project to manufacture and deliver much-needed PPE to frontline health workers have secured financial support from Ulster Bank to assist them through the Coronavirus crisis.
Our Transformational Members
Our Transformational Members are some of the most ambitious, enterprising and responsible organisations in the country.
News & Events
22 Sep 2020
Back to School Boost for Cedar Integrated Primary School
Cedar Integrated Primary School has warmly welcomed a funding boost from Phoenix Natural Gas enabling the school to bolster its reading resources.
18 Oct 2019
Healthy Working Lives Online Conference 2020
Employees are facing a range of challenges in the wake of COVID-19, but there are many ways in which companies can support them.
21 Aug 2020
From strategic to reactive? What has COVID-19 meant for businesses’ engagement with the community?
“Stick to your knitting!” The advice to stick to what I do best has been offered to me on several occasions in the past, often from much wiser people than I, who know when to adhere to ‘tried and tested’ and when to try something new.