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  • Carbon Literacy Training

    Carbon Literacy is defined as: “An awareness of the carbon costs and impacts of everyday activities and the ability and motivation to reduce emissions on an individual, community and organisational basis.”

  • Carer Passport

    The Carer Passport is a confidential document used by any employee with caring responsibilities. It allows employees to document their personal circumstances and highlight how these might impact on their working life.

  • Cares Practical Volunteering

    Support your community and improve the skills and team work of your staff with practical volunteering events

  • Charity Learning Network

    The Charity Learning Network will support charities to better engage with the business sector and provide advice on how to secure long-term partnerships for maximum impact.

  • Climate Action Pledge

    To ensure a liveable future and limit the increase in global temperatures to 1.5°C, businesses must play their part and work to urgently reduce their greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.

  • CORE – The Standard for Responsible Business

    Northern Ireland’s only corporate responsibility accreditation, the CORE Standard for Responsible Business strategically supports companies to develop their approach to corporate responsibility.

  • COVID-19: Taking Action, Supporting Need

    In response to the current coronavirus/COVID-19 crisis, we have built a HUB for businesses, communities, schools, parents and individuals to help provide useful information and links.

  • Digital Assist Text Help

    Business in the Community, in partnership with Go ON NI and NI Direct, is recruiting digital volunteers to help offer free advice to those struggling with their technology during this difficult time.

  • Digital Donations Appeal

    Children across Northern Ireland are missing vital education and the opportunity to realise their full potential as a consequence of COVID-19. The impacts will affect children, families and the economy for years to come.

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