CSR Directory 2011
Corporate Social Responsibility Directory 2011 by Clearpoint Media Ltd.
In Association With CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 CSR 1 CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 INTRODUCTION Corporate Social Responsibility Directory 2011 I am delighted to welcome the publication of this 2011 Directory which is a constructive and positive guide for companies and organisations who are exploring the possibilities and benefits that may emerge from involvement in a corporate social responsibility programme. The contact details within this practical and time-saving directory will be useful for Irish businesses who wish to voluntarily work with worthy causes on the ground, and build relationships that fulfil a long-term policy interest. Similarly the convenient listing of hundreds of Irish companies currently engaging in corporate social responsibility progammes will be of great assistance to charities themselves. There is also, within the Directory, an informative selection of topics on areas such as taxation and working with donors. The partnerships that may arise from corporate social responsibility programmes can be beneficial to all. Company staff engaging with a charity, perhaps within their own locality, will enjoy both an enhanced work-life balance and a rewarding experience. In turn that volunteerâ€™s time, commitment and transferable skills will add enormously to the work of the chosen charity. I trust the information in this 2011 Directory will assist in matching the corporate social responsibility objectives of companies with the aspirations and hopes of the many wonderful voluntary and charitable organisations throughout the country. Pat Carey TD Minister for Community, Equality and Gaeltacht Affairs "Company staff engaging with a charity, perhaps within their own locality, will enjoy both an enhanced work-life balance and a rewarding experience. In turn that volunteer's time, commitment and transferable skills will add enormously to the work of the chosen charity." CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 CSR 3 Any one of us - at any time - could become a Family Carer. Any one of us - at any time - could find ourselves in need of care. â€œFamily carersâ€? are people who care at home for a loved-one who is elderly or seriously ill, someone with a disability or a child with special needs. There are over 160,000 Family Carers in Ireland. Help to support this unseen army of everyday heroes. Please get involved. To find out more visit www.carersireland.com Or contact Emma Murphy, National Fundraising Manager at 086-040-3652 or firstname.lastname@example.org WELCOME A very warm welcome to the 2011 issue of the Corporate Social Responsibility Directory. When looking back on the last year, my first thoughts were that 2010 continued on with the trends that defined 2009 – tough economic circumstances, high unemployment and a tumultuous business climate. ‘Challenging’ has been the byword for nigh on impossible but having been privy via this Directory to the stellar work and the absolute commitment of Irish charities and, despite the odds, the support Irish businesses are continuously providing, it has been heartening to see the reaction of everyone pulling together. What we have tried to do in this Directory is reflect the current climate, but also the sea change that is happening in the Irish business world. There is a sense of a different way of doing business, that while profit and loss will always be the bottom line, businesses are starting to fully understand the benefit a proactive CSR policy can bring to their business, their reputation and their employees, and how charities can ultimately help businesses to help themselves. The Directory was initially designed with a two-fold purpose – on the one hand to have a straightforward directory to allow businesses and charities to synch up and work together on a mutually beneficial basis, but also to explore the issues and challenges facing both parties in the current climate and hopefully helping answer some of the big questions on areas like taxation, leaving a legacy or touch on more pragmatic areas like event organisation and fundraising. We wouldn’t be able to do this without the continued support of Irish businesses and charities. Our commercial partners mean the Directory can get printed and published and we can’t thank them enough for their support. We are also grateful to the many bodies, businesses and organisations that have taken the time to answer our questions or contribute editorial, and a very special thank you is also due to Ronan Foley from Ecclesiastical Insurance for his support in our distribution efforts, helping us get our message about the importance of CSR to as wide an audience as possible. And of course, a big thank you to the design, editorial, production and sales team who have worked tirelessly to make this a quality and worthwhile publication. On the back of this issue, we’re already excited for our 2012 issue and we would encourage our readers to take the time out and vote for their Top CSR Company which we will announce in next year’s Directory. You can find further details on page 79. We always want to hear feedback, and if you have any you’d like to share, or indeed ideas for next year’s issue, feel free to get in touch on email@example.com. On behalf of all of the team at Clearpoint, I wish you a successful and rejuvenated approach to 2011. Very best wishes, Trisha Trisha Doyle ". . . having been privy via this Directory to the stellar work and the absolute commitment of Irish charities and, despite the odds, the support Irish businesses are continuously providing, it has been heartening to see the reaction of everyone pulling together" CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 CSR 5 CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 CONTENTS Going fORWARD: THE GOOD PR GUIDE your business and your CSR policy Pg 9 Pg 68 the main event Pg 69 TAX MATTERS Pg 14 FUture funding Pg 74 tRUST IN ME: Choosing a trustee Pg 20 CSR COMPANY OF THE YEAR Lasting impression: making a difference: Pg 79 leaving a legacy Pg 23 VOLUNTEERING Pg 81 The perfect partnership: A-Z listings of Irish charities business and charity profile Pg 85 & 87 Pg 24 THINKING BUSINESS business impact Pg 88 Pg 41 making good business sense Charity categories Pg 44 Pg 90 TOP 1,000 IRISH COMPANIES PG 92 the fourth way Pg 52 eVENTS CALENDAR 2011 Pg 55 Published by: Clearpoint Media Ltd. All rights reserved. Reproduction by any means in whole or in part without permission of the publisher is prohibited. Whilst every effort has been made to ensure that the information contained within this directory is correct at the time of print, the publishers accept no responsibility whatsoever for any inaccuracies that may occur. ÂŠClearpoint Media 2011 Clearpoint Media Ltd. 1st Floor 24a Newtown Park Blackrock Co. Dublin Tel: 01-2056700 firstname.lastname@example.org www.clearpointmedia.ie CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 CSR 7 Cuan Mhuire www.cuanmhuire.ie Cuan Mhuire is Irelands largest voluntary provider of Rehabilitation Treatment for individuals suffering from Addiction and other related problems. Cuan Mhuire has treated in excess of 75,000 persons since it was founded in 1966 by Sr. Consilio Fitzgerald. Its main objective is the rehabilitation of persons suffering from Alcohol, Drug (Illegal and Prescription), Poly-Drug and Gambling Addictions. Cuan Mhuire has approximately 500 treatment beds nationwide through their centers in Bruree, Co. Limerick; Farnanes, Co.Cork; Athy, Co. Kildare; Coolarne, Co. Galway and Newry, Co. Down. When you include its Homeless programme, Cuan Mhuire has approximately 600 people in its care at any one time admitting approximately 3000 persons annually. Cuan Mhuire is a Registered Charity (CHY6648) open 24/7, 365 days a year with full ISO 9001:2008 Certification, providing approximately 50% of the residential care for addicts in this country. In 2010 Cuan Mhuire received the prestigious CHKS International Quality Improvement award. It was the 1st time the award was given to a rehabilitation centre. The award recognizes improvement in residential care and resident experience. Almost every family in Ireland has been affected by alcohol/drug addiction. If you would like further information or would like to make a donation please go to www.cuanmhuire.ie â€œI shall pass through this world once, Any good thing therefore that i can do, or any kindness that i can show to any fellow creature,let me do it now. Let me not defer or neglect it, For I shall not pass this way againâ€? CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 corporate social responsibility GOING FORWARD Sustainability and ultimately growth are the big issues for business in 2011, which is why corporate social responsibility should be at the top of your company’s agenda. Words: Trisha Doyle 2010 has not been an easy year for Irish business. Depending on who you ask and what media you are privy to, trading conditions have been marginally better than in 2009 and things seem to be holding reasonably steady. In market conditions like these, it’s understandable for businesses to have sustainability and the more lofty ambition of growth at the forefront of their agenda. Having a conversation about the importance of a proactive corporate social responsibility policy may not have as big an audience as it had a few years ago, but it is a dialogue some would deem to be fundamental to sustaining these companies and ultimately, encouraging growth. POLICY CHANGES For businesses making a first-time commitment, a CSR policy may seem a waste of time and of much-needed resources. But having a CSR policy tends to be consistent with businesses that can attest cohesive public policies, have excellent public relation skills and a keen understanding of their audience. And crucially, it is these companies that have weathered the current financial storm better than others. As Tomas Sercovich, Membership Services Manager from Business in the Community Ireland points out, for businesses the goalposts have now shifted from rapid growth and investment, to reputation managing and sustainability, with CSR being the base for these policies: “In the past 10 years we have seen a real sea change in the attitudes of Irish companies towards corporate responsibility. Nowadays, it is about long-term sustainability and in essence, responsible business practice. Many companies are using corporate responsibility as the corner stone of longterm strategic and sustainable planning for the future.” Sercovich believes that a CSR agenda has helped companies through adverse conditions, in ways such as helping maintain employee satisfaction despite downsizing or working with tight or restricted budgets. He points out that “these are new challenges for many companies but the ethics of corporate responsibility can have a major impact on how successfully a company deals with these issues and transforms the business to be more sustainable moving forward.” • • • • BENFITTING BUSINESS A CSR policy can benefit a particular business in a number of ways, but the main points that run through most policies are: through most policies are: • Company culture – having a clear understanding of what a company is ethically about, what tenets are important to it can allow a business to gain a clear but unique identity. CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 Staff code – educating staff to understand what is expected of them will allow them to fulfil the business’s expectations, encourage growth and potentially long-term retention and relationship building. Customer code – having a written code of how customers should expect to be treated will manage your customers expectations, and in the same way as with your staff, build a relationship and again, encourage loyalty to your brand. Impact on local community – despite the size of a business, at some level there is an impact on the local community. Late night deliveries, renovation work or customer parking can all inevitably become an issue or a hindrance, but taking an active interest in your local community can allow the local community to view your enterprise more favourably. Impact on the world – this covers two aspects: your public perception and also the environment. Your impact on the world directly relates to the public’s perception of your business, so managing this is fundamental to your growth. Your impact on the environment is also linked to this, as green business practices are becoming increasingly important to the public. CSR 9 CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 corporate social responsibility . . . your employees may get to experience or work with organisations or groups they haven't had the opportunity to engage with before, something which can genuinely make a difference to a charity but also upskill your employees' managerial attributes, in terms of crisis management, team playing abilites and project management. For a smart business, a CSR policy, in terms of working with a charity, does not simply mean making a charitable bequest at the end of the year, but instead incorporating a fundraising drive into their business structure, offering their staff as volunteers or any number of innovative, cost-effective ways to help in their communities or in their target markets; thereby making their customers and clients aware of their actions, but also potentially increasing awareness of their product or service. IN THE COMMUNITY Nationwide ladies health club, Curves, are just one instance of this in action. The Curves clubs are operated within local communities across the country, and being seen as a fundamental part of the community is pivotal to their success. As Gill Brady, Curves’ European Marketing Manager highlights, “it not only helps to integrate a Curves franchise club into its local neighbourhood, but also ensures that the club helps not just its members to better their lives, but also people who are in need.” Curves have an effective CSR policy for a number of reasons: it’s not just the local community that benefits from their fundraising but the clubs also have a keen awareness of who their target market is - women, which is why the clubs are so heavily involved in Breast Cancer Awareness Month. For two weeks of October, the clubs waive their joining fee to any member who donates to a breast cancer charity – securing new members but also benefitting a charity which directly affects its target market. Brady notes that “this initiative has been really successful and is supported by our breast cancer charity partner. So often people can intend to make a donation, but not get around to it until they’re given a good reason to do so. By taking advantage of this offer not only do women get to donate funds to a breast cancer charity, but also to give themselves the gift of health and fitness.” BUILDING FOUNDATIONS Another company that has secured a fairly profilic position on the charitable giving scale is the Vodafone Ireland Foundation. The Foundation was set up in 2003 and focusses fundamentally on five areas: reducing the impact on the environement, influencing others to reduce their carbon emissions, offering products and services that contribute toward a sustainable society, conducting business with customers in a responsible and transparent way, and investing in community projects through the Foundation. For Laura Turkington, Vodafone Foundation Ireland Manager, CSR is a natural part of the business process: “The importance of CSR cannot be undermined as the benefits are widespread. Implementing a CSR strategy should not be for competitive advantage, but rather it provides an opportunity for Irish businesses to share best practice and make the most difference. As a leading brand, we believe Vodafone has a responsibility to give back to the community in which we operate, to limit our impact on the environment and to help facilitate positive change for society. We want our employees to feel proud of the organisation in which they work.” CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 CSR 11 Make-A-Wish® grants the wishes of children living with a life-threatening medical condition to enrich the human experience with hope, strength and joy Your company can help make a difference to a child’s life in many ways such as: • Charity of the Year •Staff-volunteering • Payroll Giving • Product In-Kind Donations • Sponsoring an event Make-A-Wish Foundation® Ltd 2 Leopardstown Business Centre Ballyogan Avenue Leopardstown, Dublin 18 Tel: +353 1 205 2012 Fax: +353 1 205 2023 Web: www.makeawish.ie Email : email@example.com “you have opened a door to a world of possibilities sealed shut for so long, that we had given up trying to pick the lock. We have started to plan again, you have no idea what that means to a family who for six years, have been locked away in their own high tech world of hospital visits and sleepless nights. Our wish was for a normal life you gave us the world” Anne mother of Rory Age 6 The treatment approach is based on peer support, with participants expected to contribute to the general running of the community and to their own recovery. This is by actively participating in educational activities, group and individual therapy. Therapeutic communities (TC’s) are designed to foster change and positive growth in their clients with an emphasis on taking personal responsibility within a safe and structured environment. Coolmine provides drop in, stabilization, drug free day programme, female residential including a mother and children service, male residential , education, training and community employment, family support and client /graduate support programmes. The focus is on offering a holistic approach to dealing with Coolmine Therapeutic addiction which means that in addition to dealing with Community, Ashleigh House, the person in recovery, support is also provided for their Damastown,Dublin 15. friends and family thereby creating a strong social network Tel: 353 1 640 4087 to help them succeed. Coolmine is the oldest therapeutic www.coolminetc.ie community in Ireland with over 35 years providing services for drug and alcohol addiction throughout Ireland. CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 corporate social responsibility EMPLOYEE BENEFITS THE FUTURE FOR CSR In the first instance, there’s a personal issue: if the employees feel vested in giving to a charity which they have chosen or voted for – or been personally affected by – it can add a respect and trust for their company which, simply, money cannot buy. Talent retention can become a much easier process if there is a respectful and progressive working environment. Fundraising Ireland Chair, Mary O’Kennedy, feels businesses are now taking into account the benefits that a CSR policy can bring, particularly when so many institutions are repairing damaged reputations: “Companies are now looking at the bigger picture rather than just charitable giving so a partnership whether it be financial or otherwise, that is sustainable, encourages staff engagement and gives the company positive exposure in the community will be most attractive – even better if the partnership promotes a positive effect on the environment which is becoming ever more important to companies in terms of their CSR policies.” For many organisations, who in the current climate aren’t in a position to offer salary increases or benefits, and working conditions are more adversarial for their employees, a CSR policy can be integral to creating a culture, and the benefits to employees can be numerous. In terms of other benefits, there is the aspect of new skills which your employees can learn. Not every benefit you can offer a charity is monetary, and it may simply be offering a certain number of employee hours through company volunteer programmes or access to your services for an agreed amount of time. In this instance, your employees may get to experience or work with organisations or groups they haven’t had the opportunity to engage with before, something which can genuinely make a difference to a charity but also upskill your employees’ managerial attributes, in terms of crisis management, team playing abilites and project management. In current conditions, for charities, the market is a competitive one. Increasinly businesses are responding to charities who are clear about what their input would be, what areas need assistance in and what projects they can be involved in. Despite the fact it’s not a typical business partnership, the same rules should still apply. Both parties should benefit, through sustainability and ideally, ultimately, through growth. He points out that "these are new challenges for many companies but the ethics of corporate responsibility can have a major impact on how successfully a company deals with these issues and transforms the business to be more sustainable moving forward." CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 CSR 13 TAX MATTERS Understanding the taxation system for charitable donations is vital for charities – and their corporate sponsors – to maximise on any donations received. Words: Teresa McColgan, tax partner in PwC’s not-for-profit group T ax relief is available for charitable donations, but there are conditions to be met in order for the donation to qualify for the relief, and in some cases there can be quite a lot of administration associated with securing the relief. The question may be asked – how best to take advantage of the relief, from the perspectives of business donors, including employees, and the charity sector?1 QUALIFYING DONATIONS For tax relief to be secured, the charity must be on the list of eligible charities published by the Revenue Commissioners, so it is in the interest of both donors and charities to ensure that this information is readily accessible. Possession of a CHY number does not guarantee that a charity is an eligible charity for the purposes of tax relief on donations. There are conditions attaching to the donation itself: • • • • The donation should not be repayable; No benefit (direct or indirect) should be received by the donor or a person connected with the donor; It must not be connected with the acquisition of property from the donor (otherwise than by way of gift); It shouldn’t otherwise be tax deductible2. The minimum donation that qualifies for tax relief is €250 (cumulative) per charity per year. So, for example, if a donor decides to donate €500 to charity each year, it is more tax effective to make donations of €250 to two charities CSR 14 than five donations of €100 each to five different charities (assuming the payments don’t otherwise qualify for relief). If a donor wishes to support a number of charities, it may make sense to rotate payments in different years to take advantage of the €250 threshold. There is no upper limit on the amount of donations that may be made, other than a limit of 10 per cent of total income for individuals associated3 with charities, but high income earners should note that donations are included in the list of restricted tax reliefs4. WHO GETS THE TAX RELIEF? The issue of who gets the tax relief – the donor or the charity – depends on the tax status of the donor. If the donor is not a taxpayer, no tax relief will be available. If the business donor is a company or an individual assessed to tax under the self assessment rules, the donor claims the tax relief. If the donor pays tax under PAYE and is not assessed under the self assessment system, the donation is treated as paid net of tax and the charity claims an appropriate amount of tax back from the Revenue Commissioners. CORPORATE DONATIONS The housekeeping associated with a donation is most straightforward for corporate donations. The donation made by the company is treated as a trade expense and is deductible in the corporation tax computation, subject to each qualifying donation amounting to at least €250 (on a cumulative basis for the year) and being made to an eligible charity. DONATIONS BY INDIVIDUALS ASSESSED TO TAX UNDER SELF ASSESSMENT RULES If donations are made by individuals assessed to tax under self assessment rules (mainly self employed (including partnerships) and company directors), the individual claims tax deductions for the relief when filing their personal tax returns. They should ensure that they have receipts/acknowledgements from the charities confirming the amounts and dates of the donations. DONATIONS BY TAXPAYERS TAXED ONLY UNDER PAYE The greatest amount of administration is associated with donations from taxpayers taxed only under PAYE. In this case, the donor must provide the relevant charity with a certificate confirming that the conditions listed above have been met, and providing details of the rate of tax paid by the donor and the donor’s PPS number. If the charity does not have this certificate, it cannot claim the refund in relation to the donor. In practice this leads to a lot of unclaimed tax relief, as many PAYE donors do not provide the relevant information to allow charities to recover the tax associated with their donations. This can be quite frustrating for charities that are aware that a pool of tax relief is available, but need to consider the costs associated with pursuing the documentation required to claim the relief. CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 Director Charities Division CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 CSR 15 taxation The situation is compounded by the fact that, because of data protection rules, charities are not permitted to retain records of donors’ PPS numbers. In the past, charities found it helpful to retain this information on file and to prepare forms for the donors completed with the relevant information, so that all that was required of the donor was to sign the form and return it to the charity. The most common reason for donors not returning the relevant paperwork is not having their PPS number readily available, so the provision of this partially completed paperwork by the charities was helpful in this regard. The data protection rules also mean that Revenue cannot provide charities with any details of the donors in relation to whom no tax refund is paid. So in some instances, a charity may waste resources each year corresponding with a donor who has advised the charity that he or she is not self assessed, unaware that Revenue are denying a tax refund on the basis that in fact the individual is self assessed. ON THE PAYROLL One system that seems to help a lot is payroll giving, where employers facilitate the deduction at source of employee donations. Where employers organise the paperwork – liaising with employees to have certificates completed — and then pass it all over to the charity, the response rate tends to be much higher than that for donations received directly by a charity from individuals who are employees. There are also some professional agencies who act as intermediaries between employers and charities to provide, for a fee, administration services associated with payroll giving. There is less take up of such professional services in Ireland than in the UK, where the system of payroll giving allows the employer to remit the tax relief directly to the charity. It would be very beneficial to Irish charities if a similar system of paying tax relief directly from employer to charity could be introduced here. The donation made by the company is treated as a trade expense and is deductible in the corporation tax computation, subject to each qualifying donation amounting to at least €250 and being made to an eligible charity. HOW CAN BUSINESSES AND THEIR OWNERS BEST HELP CHARITIES AND THEMSELVES WHEN MAKING PAYMENTS TO CHARITIES? Check if the payment is deductible as a business expense – just because it is payable to a charity does not mean that it is a philanthropic payment. • Ensure that the charity is an eligible charity. • Ensure that the relevant conditions are met. • Be conscious of the €250 (cumulative) threshold, particularly when making donations to several charities. • Consider whether significant donors could be regarded as associated with the charity, in which case their tax relief may be restricted. • Consider implementing payroll giving arrangements. • Clarify the tax status of the donor, and let the charity know. Charities cannot claim back tax for donations from donors who have PAYE income, if the donors are assessed to tax under the self assessment system. Furthermore, such donors may be omitting relief claims from their personal tax returns. • Provide the charity with the appropriate paperwork in good time, to facilitate an early claim for the tax rebate. • Consider whether donations can be structured to avail of VAT refund opportunities (medical equipment, research equipment etc). This article is written by reference to the tax law in place in October 2010, and does not make reference to reforms suggested by the Commission on Taxation in its 2009 report. 2. For example, relief may be available as an advertising or promotion expense, in which case the payment should not be described as a charitable donation 3. In broad terms, an employee or member of the charity 4. Legislation was introduced in 2006 to implement a minimum effective tax rate for high income earners (income >€125K for 2010 et seq, > €250K for 2007 – 2009). It operates by restricting the amount of tax reliefs that may be claimed. 1. CSR 16 CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 O YOUR LOG HERE Your ONE STOP SHOP for all your Uniforms, Promotional Clothing & Corporate Gifts . Promowear Ireland’s No. 1 supplier of promotional clothing, uniforms, leisure wear, promotional items and giveaways. Flexible and efficient, we offer a total package from concept to finished product, to the corporate and public sectors business and sporting organisations. YOUR LOG HERE O Promowear’s promotional clothing and corporate gift products can help build a Company’s image and branding by getting their name and logo seen by hundreds of people each day. YOUR LOGO HERE YOUR LOGO HERE Cork Simon Community works in solidarity with men and women who are homeless in Cork Katie Browne, Cork Simon’s Corporate Fundraiser, would be delighted to discuss how your company could work with Cork Simon. You can contact Katie on 021 4929407 or e-mail Katie@corksimoncommunity.ie Our range of products include: • Casual Promotional Clothing that puts your brand on show all day long • A range of Workwear and Corporate Uniforms that creates that vital first impression • Corporate Gifts & Promotional Items and giveaways that can be personalised with your logo and message • Our Bespoke Corporate & Sports Clothing services that create your unique corporate or team kit YOUR LOGO HERE YOUR LOGO HERE Heart Children Ireland, is a support group for parents and families of children with a Congenital Heart Defect. CHD is the most common of all birth defects affecting one in ever one hundred children born. At Promowear we know that quality, value and style are all-important when choosing a corporate wardrobe and are confident that we can provide just that.The collections within these catalogue’s are a fusion of traditional tailoring values and innovative product design delivering functional, comfortable clothing with a fashion focus. YOUR LOGO HERE As a leading supplier of fashionable corporate clothing throughout Ireland, we are devoted to offering our customers outstanding garment quality, excellent value and service, with our experience being your guarantee of elegant fit and performance. YOUR LOGO HERE “At Heart Children Ireland, we truly understand the ups and downs of childhood heart disease. We are here to help from the time you find out your baby is a heart child, supporting you, your child and your family along your heart journey from childhood to adulthood” YOUR LOGO HERE • • YO Heart Children Ireland, The Carmichael Centre, North Brunswick Street, Dublin 7. Tel: 1850 217017 www.heartchildren.ie firstname.lastname@example.org U R H L ER O E GO • Make us your Charity of the Year Sponsor one of our many projects Volunteer for our Annual Fundraising Event Organise fun events YO • UR HE LOGO RE You can help us to continue to support all our heart children. Promowear, Unit 45, North Park Business park, Finglas, Dublin 11. Tel:+353 (0)1 8647350 Email: email@example.com Web: www.promowear.ie YOUR LOGO HERE GO LO UR RE YO HE CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 YOUR LOGO HERE CSR 17 Caring for Carers Ireland promotes the health, well-being and quality of life of Family Carers and those for whom they care, by working in the areas of recognition, provision of information , respite, training, research and advocacy to further social inclusion . www.caringforcarers.org Call 065 68 66515 Mid West Simon .....The Homelessness Charity Believe in People Mid West Simon reach out to people who are homeless, at risk of homelessness or experiencing housing difficulties in the Mid West. Our services, which cover the Mid West counties of Clare, Limerick and North Tipperary, Include: • Supported housing for those people who have ongoing support needs. • Permanent housing and supported tenancies with Tenancy Sustainment and Housing Support Workers to help people remain in their homes. • Planned services across the region catering to the needs of people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. We are dependent on community support to deliver these much needed services. To this end we would like to welcome the opportunity to be included in your company’s social responsibility strategy. For more information on how your company can support Mid West Simon Community, Please contact our fundraising team on 061 608980 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org Supporting Clare, Limerick & North Tipperary WWW.MIDWESTSIMON.IE CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 SIMON COMMUNITY IRELAND BACKGROUND HOMELESSNESS TODAY VOLUNTEER PROGRAMME Originally founded in London in 1963 by probation officer Anton Wallich-Clifford, the Simon Community’s original objective was to overcome homelessness by more than just the provision of a hostel bed. Spreading through England and Scotland, the first Simon Community in Ireland was set up by students from Trinity College and University College Dublin in 1969, after a talk by Wallich-Clifford on the Irish homeless in Britain. While people from all walks of life have become homeless, generally the experiences that lead to homelessness are underpinned by poverty. There are opportunities for full and part-time volunteers within the Simon Community. For more information, talk to the Volunteer Coordinator about Full Time volunteering on (01) 671 1606 or email email@example.com with any questions. The first project by the Irish Simon Community was a soup run three nights a week, meeting people sleeping out in the streets of Dublin, with the first community house opening on Sarsfield Quay in Dublin in 1970. Operating now in eight communities across Ireland, Simon delivers a range of essential servies to people who are homeless in Ireland in a variety of ways. "Operating now in eight communities across Ireland, Simon delivers a range of essential servies to people who are homeless in Ireland in a variety of ways." Homelessness is usually caused by the experience of some form of personal crisis – such as a relationship breakdown or bereavement, or physical or sexual violence in the home combined with the experience of poverty. Wider systematic failures also play their part in reinforcing the cycle of homelessness. People are still released into homelessness from institutional care. When a person is homeless, there are insufficient specialist addiction treatment or mental health services that are needed to overcome the issues that affect that particular person. Official government figures are based on the last Housing Needs Assessment, undertaken in 2005. This shows that 2,399 households were categorised as homeless in 2005, with 1,725 households living in unfit accommodation, 4,112 in overcrowded accommodation and 3,375 involuntarily sharing. Simon worked with 3,346 people experiencing homelessness or at risk of homelessness in 2006, so the real figure may be more significant than that officially recorded. CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 Part-time volunteers are recruited directly by the local Simon communities. Part time volunteers work in various roles, for example as soup runners, fundraisers, shop workers, committee members, visitors and friends to people who use our services. Part-time volunteers are particularly needed to assist the people who use Simon services to develop and enhance life skills, such as budgeting, shopping, basic cooking, basic computer skills and literacy. Part-time volunteers work from 3-7 hours, one day a week and give a commitment of one year. CORPORATE GIVING Simon has a vision of society where no one is homeless. All people who are homeless, or at risk of facing homelessness, are given every opportunity to realise CONTACT: St. Andrews House, 28/30 Exchequer St. Dublin 2 T: 01 671 1606 F: 01 671 1098 www.simon.ie CSR 19 TRUST IN ME A trustee is worth his or her weight in gold to a charity. But finding a suitable match can be tricky due to the high level of commitment, integrity and work involved in governing a trust. Words: Laura Bury The role of a trustee is challenging and carries a heavy burden of responsibility – they bear ultimate responsibility for the legal and financial side of the trust, so it is imperative you have confidence in whoever you choose. First and foremost, a trustee must carry out the terms of the trust, as outlined in the governing document, which usually encompasses: • Ensuring the trust is well-run. • Responsibility for the current performance of the trust. • Prudently investing assets. • Ensuring successful future direction and activities. • Responsible for the financial security and transparency of the charity. A trustee must be completely unbiased, with no conflict of interest whatsoever and he or she must also act with integrity and in the best interest of the trust at all times. There are many thought-intensive duties that a trustee must carry out if outlined in the governing document to ensure the successful running of the trust; this can include accounting, managing and distributing trust assets, tracking investments, keeping financial records for transparency and reviewing investment performance. And this may not be all. If a charity or trust has few staff, the trustee might be involved in the day-to-day running of the organisation. WHAT TO LOOK FOR IN A TRUSTEE A trust is only as effective as the trustee who oversees it, so you must be confident that the person you choose will competently, and for the benefit of the trust, carry out all duties as outlined in your governing document/trust agreement. The role is extremely challenging, demanding and, other than in exceptional circumstances, unpaid, so it is imperative that you find a person who has a strong personal commitment to the work of the trust. Apart from commitment there are a number of other traits and skills of benefit to a trustee: • • • • • • • • • Leadership skills Time and availability Loyalty Honesty Objectivity Someone who can be held legally liable Mental stability Strength of character Finance and investment knowledge. "A trustee must be completely unbiased, with no conflict of interest whatsoever and he or she must also act with integrity and in the best interest of the trust at all times." CSR 20 CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 trust in me continued "Trustees have a laborious task, which requires a great commitment and passion to a trust, so make sure you research your potential trustees well and are confident that they can rise to the challenge with the integrity needed. " IN CELEBRITY WE TRUST You may feel that a celebrity may make a good trustee, as they could provide a great platform for a trust – and although many have celebrity support, few are trustees. They may be the face of a campaign, but because of the commitment – both time and legal – celebrity trustees are not as plentiful as it may seem, although there are a few, such as Ronan Keating, director of the Marie Keating Foundation. Trustees have a laborious task, which requires a great commitment and passion to a trust, so make sure you research your potential trustees well and are confident that they can rise to the challenge with the integrity needed. The Charity Commissioners provide services and support for trustees. For further information visit www.charitycommissioners.ie. - BHP Insurances Ltd are the leading Insurance Brokers to the Non For Profit Sector - Appointed Broker to the Irish Council For Social Housing and Irish National Community & Voluntary Forum - Dedicated Team of Experts For a ll 1 1 1 your 6 6 insura 6 nce need s Lo - call: 1890 - BHP Insurances Ltd, Unit 7 The Courtyard, Fonthill Retail Park, Dublin 22 - Ph : +353 1 6202030 - www.bhpinsurance.ie - Email: firstname.lastname@example.org BHP Insurances Ltd is regulated by the Financial Regulator CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 CSR 21 Out here I survive, in a home I could live. By partnering with Focus Ireland your company can help people who are homeless take the necessary steps to move on with their lives Community CSR is proven to help build your brand, make products more attractive to consumers and engage staff in activity that is fun and motivating How your company can partner Focus Ireland: - Project sponsorship – help provide a safe bed for the night for the 1,375 young people Corporate volunteering days – Team building days , painting or landscaping that help us reduce our costs. Enter a team into one of our events – perfect for team building- climb the Four Peaks or the Highest Peak, enter the Triathlon, and raise money for people who are homeless Hosting your own event – why not host a dress down day, a pub quiz, a cycle or a run and help support almost 400 people access our training and education programmes. Call Helen Connolly our Corporate Fundraiser on 01 881 5900 to explore the many ways your company can partner Focus Ireland. www.focusireland.ie Registered charity CHY 7220 CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 legacies LASTING IMPRESSION Just 12.2 per cent of Irish people leave a charitable bequest in their will. Why leaving a charitable bequest in a will can make more of a difference than you think. Words: Karen Ciesielski from Legacy Promotion Ireland M aking a will is something that the majority of us leave until life inevitably catches up on us and a sense of our own mortality sets in. Tackling the ministrations and red tape around your demise is not something to be done lightly, and it’s easily understandable why it’s left on the long finger. And this could go a long way to explaining that while 62 per cent of Irish people would put a charitable bequest in their will, only 42.5 per cent actually made a will and just 12.2 per cent actually made a donation or gift to charity in their will. Charities are now increasingly reliant on legacies to contribute to the work they do; the work that often affected its donors during their lives or in their final years. To encourage a tradition of leaving a legacy to a charity, the process should be as simple and straightforward as possible, which is why Legacy Promotion Ireland was started. LEGACY PROMOTION IRELAND Founded in 2003 by a small group of Irish charities, the aim of the group was to spread the word about charitable bequests. Since then the group has grown and now represents nearly 40 leading charities and not-for-profit organisations with the same aim: to help people from all walks of life to go on making a real difference to the causes they care about after they’ve gone. Leaving a legacy is something that everyone can do regardless of their income, and it is one of the most powerful ways to make a difference to the future of an organisation or cause that we care about. LPI chairwoman Nichola Mullen explains that it’s not just about massive cash donations, that for charities, every little really does help: “Many people believe you have to be rich to leave a bequest, but that’s not the case. Small donations, cash or a possession, can allow charities to do a lot. Every bequest has made a big difference.” If a will has already been drawn up, you can make a change or codicil, which can be drawn up with your solicitor. The most important thing is to understand that it is a simple straightforward process – making a will means you’re forward thinking and forward planning and are in control of your finance. Leaving a legacy or a bequest to charity means that you’re making a positive impact on someone else’s future too. A recent survey found that a legacy of just €5000 can greatly enhance the work of Irish charities. For example, it would allow for educational programmes and specialist teaching support at The Abbey Theatre; Oxfam could install water pumps and provide water for a whole community in Malawi and The Jack and Jill Foundation could provide a respite nurse for two families for a year. About Legacy Promotion Ireland We provide open, honest, unbiased, useful information to individuals, charities and solicitors about leaving legacies to charities through our website, www.mylegacy.ie to help make leaving a legacy simple and easy. We do not solicit specific gifts or legacies for individual organisations. LEAVING A LEGACY It’s important for charities to have a simple, accessible process for accepting donations or for potential donors to leave a gift in their will. There are typically two types of bequests that can be left. With a residuary bequest, you make provisions for your nearest and dearest first, then leave the remainder, or part of the remainder of your estate to one or more preferred charities. A pecuniary bequest, however, specifies that a specific sum of money will go to a particular charity, or charities of your choice. The group is democratically run by all participating charities and governed by a Steering Committee made up of fundraising professionals from the member organisations. Legacy Promotion Ireland is open to all Irish charities and not-for-profit organisations. If your charity or non-profit organisation would like to join Legacy Promotion Ireland, or if your company would like to become involved with the group’s activities, please visit www.mylegacy.ie or email email@example.com for further information. CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 CSR 23 A-Z OF CHARITIES 22Q11 IRELAND SUPPORT GROUP ACTIVE RETIREMENT IRELAND Shamrock Chambers, 1/2 Eustace St., Dublin 2 Phone: 01 6792142 www.fara.ie Anne Lawlor 6 Marino Green Marino, Dublin 3 Phone : 087 7412856 www.22q11ireland.org AFRICA DIRECT 21 Oliver Plunkett St. Cork Phone: 021 4806425 www.africadirect.ie 3TS (TURN THE TIDE OF SUICIDE) Lise Alford 3 Arkle Road Sandyford Dublin 18 Phone: 01 2139905 www.3ts.ie AGE ACTION IRELAND LTD Lorraine Murphy 30/31 Lower Camden St., Dublin 2 Phone : 01 475 6989 www.ageaction.ie A-Z CHILDREN'S CHARITY The Digital Depot, Roe Lane Dublin 8 Phone: 01 5424 177 www.azchildrenscharity.org AGE AND OPPORTUNITY Griffith Avenue, Dublin 9 Phone: 01 8057709 www.ageandopportunity.ie ABILITY WEST Bernie Coyne Blackrock House Salthill, Co. Galway Phone: 091 514903 www.abilitywest.ie AIDAFRICA IRELAND Anthony Chubb Seabreeze 5 Mile Point Newcastle, Co. Wicklow Phone: 087 7867697 www.aidafrica.info ACARA 20 Stephens Green Dublin 2 Phone: 01 4784505 www.acara.ie AIDING RESOURCES (SUPPORTING LOCAL INITIATIVES IN AFRICA) Dymphna McGovern 2 Seaview Terrace, Donnybrook, Dublin 4 Phone : 01 4966119 www.aidingresources.com ACCORD Church Av., Blanchardstown, D. 15 Phone: 01 8201044 www.acord.ie AIDLINK Catriona Finn 34 Greenmount Office Park Harolds Cross, Dublin 6 Phone: 01 4736488 www.aidlink.ie ACT - AID CANCER TREATMENT Caroline Ryan Cork University Hospital Wilton, Co. Cork Phone: 021 454 6400 AISEIRI TREATMENT CENTRE Townspark, Cahir Co. Tipperary Phone: 052 7441166 www.aiseiri.ie ACTION FOR LIFE FOUNDATION Grainne McGeown N7teen Business Park Galway Road, Tuam, Co. Galway Phone: 087 6149471 ACTIONAID IRELAND AISLING GROUP INTERNATIONAL Veronica Waters Unity Building 16/17 Lower O’ Connell Street, Dublin 1 Phone: 01 8787911 www.actionaid.ie CSR 24 Jacinta Bellew P.O.Box 26 Bradan House Navan, Co Meath Phone: 046 907 4300 www.community.meath.ie/aislinggroup AISLINN ADOLESCENT ADDICTION TREATMENT CENTRE Ballyragget, Co. Kilkenny Phone: 056 883-3777 www.aislinn.ie ALAN KERINS AFRICAN PROJECTS CHARITY Mary Brehony 97 Fr Griffin Road Co. Galway Phone: 091 586547 www.alankerins.ie ALFAACTIVE LEARNING FOR ADOLESCENTS The Ralahine Building, Main St., Scarriff, Co/ Clare Phone: 061 640798 www.alfaproject.org ALONE 1 Willie Bermingham Pl Kilmainham, Dublin 8 Phone: 01 679 1032 www.alone.ie ALOPECIA SUPPORT Liz Shiel 26 Cushla Downs Monksland Athlone, Co. Roscommon Phone: 086 3629943 www.alopecia.ie ALZHEIMER & DEMENTIA SERVICES Aineis Brock Carrigoran House, Newmarket on Fergus Co. Clare Phone: 085 1568587 AMAWELE Billy O’Keeffe 1 Ballyroan Road Templeogue, Dublin 16 Phone : 01 4241719 www.amawele.org AMBER KILKENNY WOMENS REFUGE Acorn House, Lacken Dublin Rd.,Co. Kilkenny Phone: 056 777 1404 firstname.lastname@example.org AMMAIRELAND Yvonne O’Gorman 23a Bellevue Park Blackrock, Co. Dublin Phone: 01 2601955 www.ammaireland.org CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 a-z of charities AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL ARTHRITIS IRELAND AN COSAN, THE SHANTY EDUCATION PROJECT LTD ASH ANIMAL RESCUE CENTRE Tommy Roche 1st Floor, Ballast House 18/21 Westmoreland Street Dublin 2 Phone: 01 8638300 www.amnesty.ie Nicola Mullen 1 Clanwilliam Sq Grand Canal Quay Dublin 2 Phone : 01 661 8188 www.arthritisireland.ie Kiltalown Village Centre, Fortunestown Rd.,Jobstown, Tallaght, Dublin 24 Phone: 01 464 8488 www.ancosan.com AN SIAMSA ANA LIFFEY DRUG PROJECT Sharon Vard Unit 3 78 Walkinstown Raod Walkinstown, Dublin 12 Phone: 085 2888888 / 01 2958567 www.anamcara.ie AOIBHNE'S WOMEN AND CHILDREN’S REFUGE Julie Maher Kilmore Road, Coolock Dublin 5 Phone : 01 8670805 www.aoibhneas.ie AQUIRED BRAIN INJURY IRELAND Siobhan Campbell 43 Northumberland Avenue Dunlaoghaire, Co. Dublin Phone: 01 2804164 www.abiireland.ie ARC CANCER SUPPORT CENTRE Grainne Barnett 65 Eccles Street Dublin 7 Phone: 01 830 7333 www.arccancersupport.ie BEAUMONT HOSPITAL FOUNDATION ASTHMA SOCIETY OF IRELAND Anne Kearney 26 Mountjoy Square Dublin 1 Phone: 01 8788 511 www.asthmasociety.ie ATD FOURTH WORLD Francois Barbier 31 Mountjoy Square, Dublin 1 Phone: 01 8558191 www.atdfourthworld.org AUTISM INITIATIVES AONAD FAMILY RESOURCE CENTRE Aonad Resource Centre, The Square Ballygar, Co. Galway Phone: (090)662-4485 email@example.com ASPIRE - ASPERGER SYNDROME ASSOC.OF IRELAND Patrick McKeown Unit 6, Calbro House Tuam Road Galway Phone : 091-756229 www.asthmacare.ie ANAM CARA PARENTAL & SIBLING BEREAVEMENT SUPPORT BARRETT CHESHIRE Home Hackett Trust Iris Darley 20/21 Herbert St., Dublin 2 Phone: 01 676 0865 www.cheshire.ie ASTHMA CARE IRELAND Tony Duffin 48 Middle Abbey St., Dublin 1 Phone: 01 878 6899 www.aldp.ie Ruth Craig Ballymore Eustace, Co. Kildare Phone: 045 864 115 www.barretstown.org Helena Le Mehieu Cornan Kiltegan,Co. Wicklow Phone: 059 6473396 www.ashanimalrescue.com Shane O’Halloran Coleraine House Carmichael Centre Coleraibne St.,Dublin 7 Phone: 01 8780029 www.aspire-irl.org Susan Madden The Brother’s of Charity Frenchpark, Co. Roscommon Phone: 094 9870203 BARRETSTOWN Amanda McDonald Block B Civic Centre Main St., Bray, Co. Wicklow Phone: 01 2811979 AUTISM SUPPORT IRELAND Eileen O’Connor Parsonstown Carbury Co. Kildare Phone: 046 9553531 AWARE Mags Cashman Beaumont Hospital, Dublin 9 Phone: 01-8092161 www.bhf.ie BELONG TO YOUTH SERVICES Parliament House,13 Parliament St., Temple Bar, Dublin 2 Phone: 01 670 6223 www.belongto.org BELLAROSE FOUNDATION West ark House, Westpark Campus, CityWest, Co. Dublin Phone: 01 4011 901 / 086 879 3242 www.bellarose.ie BIG BROTHERS BIG SISTERS OF IRELAND Stephen Bourke Westside Community Resource Centre Old Seamus Quirke Rd., Westside,Galway Phone: 091 554420 www.bbbsireland.ie BIOBANK IRELAND TRUST Orla Kerby 5 Clareden Mews,Lad Lane, D.2 Phone: 01 2500067 BODYWHYS: THE EASTING DISORDERS ASSOC Mary Crean P.O. Box 105 Blackrock, Co.Dublin Phone : 01 2834963 www.bodywhys.ie BONE MARROW FOR LEUKAEMIA TRUST Louise Roe 72 Lr. Leeson St., Dublin 2 Phone: 01 661 7211 www.aware.ie Frances Campbell PO Box 6830 ST James Hospital Dublin 8 Phone: 01 473 8314 www.bonemarrowtrust.ie BARNARDOS BOTHAR Elizabeth Murray Christchurch Square, Dublin 8 Phone: 01 7080480 www.barnardos.ie Aisling Donoghue 232 Harolds Cross Road, Dublin 6W Phone: 01 4981888 www.bothar.org CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 CSR 25 CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 A-Z a-z of of charities Charities BRAINWAVE IRISH EPILEPSY ASSOC. BROTHERS OF CHARITY SERVICES CLARE BRAY CANCER SUPPORT CENTRE BRU COLUMBANUS Colette Geoghegan Banner House Clare Rd., Ennis, Co. Clare Phone: 065 6869759 www.clare.brothersofcharity .ie/clare Peter Murphy 249 Crumlin Rd., Dublin 12 Phone: 01 455 7500 www.epilepsy.ie Margaret Byrne 36B Main St., Bray, Co. Wicklow Phone: 01 2866 966 www.braycancersupport.ie Anne-Maria Lyons Cardinal Way Wilton,Co. Cork Phone: 021 4345754 www.brucolumbanus.com BRAY WOMEN'S REFUGE Barbara McAllister Heatherwood Bray, Co. Wicklow Phone: 01 2866163 www.braywomensrefuge.com BREAKING THROUGH LTD Newtown House, Confey, Lexilip Co. Kildare Phone: 01 606 0858 www.breakingthrough.org BREAST CANCER AT THE MATER FOUNDATION Kerry Lindsay 53/54 Eccles Street, Dublin 7 Phone: 01 803 2848 www.materfoundation.ie BREAST CANCER IRELAND Aisling Hurley Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland 123 St Stephens Green,Dublin 2 Phone: 01 4022747 www.breastcancerireland.com BREAST CANCER RESEARCH NATIONAL INSTITUTE Joe Duffy Clinical Science Institute UCG Hospital Galway Phone: 1890 611711 www.nbcri.ie BREAST CARE AT ST. JAMES'S Adele Henderson GEMS Directorate St James Hospital, Dublin 8 Phone: 01 4103986 BRI - THE ACQUIRED BRAIN INJURY ADVOCACY ASSOC. Gillian Quigley c/o The Nat. Rehabilitation Hospital Rochestown Ave,Dun Laoghaire Co. Dublin Phone: 01 2355463 www.briireland.ie CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 CSR 27 BUBBLEGUM CLUB CARERS ASSOCIATION LTD Sharon Dagg 14 Mellifont Avenue Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin Phone: 01 2360456 www.bubblegumclub.ie Annette McCaul 4 New Row Newbridge Rd., Naas, Co. Kildare Phone: 045 889 514 www.carersireland.com CARE TRUST LIMITED CAMARA Leonora Lowe The Digital Hub 10/13 Thomas St.,Dublin 2 Phone: 01 6522665 www.camara.ie 71-73 College House, Rock Rd., Blackrock, Co. Dublin Phone: 01 2000060 www.thecaretrust.ie CAMPHILL COMMUNITY BALLYBAY Patricia Townsend 110 Lr Drumcondra Rd., Dublin 9 Phone: 01 830 8529 www.cari.ie CARI FOUNDATION Anne Horan Robb Farm Corraskea, Ballybay Co. Monaghan Phone: 042 9748182 www.camphill.ie CARING FOR CARERS Phone: 065 68 66515 www.caringforcarers.org CAMPHILL COMMUNITY GREENACRES CARMICHAEL CENTRE FOR VOLUNTARY GROUPS Katri Halme Upper Kilmacud Rd., Dublin 14 Phone: 01 2987610 www.camphill.ie Carmichael HouseNorth Brunswick St., Dublin 7 Phone: 01 873 5702 www.carmichaelcentre.ie CANCER CARE WEST David O’Donnell UCHG Galway Phone: 091 529 609 www.cancercarewest.ie CASA Carmichael House North Brunswick St.,Dublin 7 Phone: 01 8725300 www.casa.ie CANTEEN IRELAND Evelyn Griffith c/o Carmichael Centre North Brunswick St., Dublin 7 Phone: 01 872 2012 www.canteen.ie CATHOLIC YOUTH CARE Arran Quay, Dublin 7 Phone: 01 8725055 www.cyc.ie CD'S HELPING HANDS CAPPAGH HOSPITAL TRUST Maria Dwyer Cappagh Hospital Finglas Dublin 11 Phone: 01 8140485 www.cht.ie Jennifer Carpenter Lakeview Point Claregalway Cor Pk., Claregalway, Co. Galway Phone: 091 799749 / 087 6600103 www.cdshelpinghands.ie CAPUCHIN DAY CENTRE FOR HOMELESS PEOPLE CENTRAL REMEDIAL CLINIC Aileen Adare Vernon Ave Clontarf, Dublin 3 Phone: 01 8542200 www.crc.ie Bro.Kevin Crowley 29 Bow St., Dublin 7 Phone: 01 872 0770 CARELOCAL (BEFRIENDING OLDER PEOPLE LIVING ALONE) Hilda Carroll Carmichael Centre for Voluntary Groups Nth Brunswick St., Dublin 7 Phone: 01 8782358 www.carelocal.ie CARE ALLIANCE IRELAND The Carmichael Centre, Coleraine House Coleraine St.,Dublin 7 Phone: 01 8747776 / 087 207 3265 www.carealliance.ie CSR 28 CHARITY HEALTH ACTION OVERSEAS (HAO) Ashling Keogh 1 Carmichael House 2 North Brunswick St.,Dublin 7 Phone: 01 8733173 www.hao.ie CHEEVERSTOWN HOUSE Dermot Butler Kilvare, Templeogue, Dublin 6w Phone: 087 7572000 www.cheeverstown.ie CHERNOBYL CHILDRENS PROJECT INT Miriam Forde Ballycurreen Ind Est Kinsale Rd.,Cork Phone: 021 4312 999 www.chernobyl-international.com CHERNOBYL CHILDREN’S TRUST Lillian Potter Lily White Branch, 1 Jyndon Cresent Millecent Rd., Clane, Co. Kildare Phone: 045 868065 / 087 7298047 CHESHIRE IRELAND Mark Blake-Knox Block 4, Bracken Business Park Bracken Rd., Sandyford Ind Est, Dublin 18 Phone: 01 2974100 www.cheshire.ie CHILDFUND IRELAND Anne Kennedy 63 Lr. Mount St., Dublin 2 Phone: 01 6762128 www.childfund.ie CHILDREN FIRST FOUNDATION Gwen Shortall Millennium House 37 Beaumount Rd., Dublin 9 Phone: 01 8573098 www.childrenfirst.ie CHILDREN IN HOSPITAL IRELAND Fidelma Keogh Carmichael Centre Coleraine House Coleraine St.,Dublin 7 Phone: 01 8780448 www.childreninhospital.ie CHILDREN'S LEUKAEMIA RESEARCH PROJECT Thomas Monaghan 64 Clancy Ave., Finglas, Dublin 11 Phone: 01 834 6102 www.clrpireland.com CHILDREN'S MEDICAL & RESEARCH FOUNDATION Pauline Kelly Our Lady’s Childrens Hospital, Crumlin, Dublin 12 Phone: 01 4096 300 www.cmrf.org CHILDREN'S SUNSHINE HOME Jane Flynn Leopardstown Rd., Foxrock, Dublin 18 Phone: 01 2893151 www.csh.ie CHILDREN'S UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL Katie Timmins Fundraising Office, Temple St.,Dublin 1 Phone: 01 878 4344 www.templestreet.ie CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 a-z of charities CHRISTIAN AID CONCERN WORLDWIDE CRADLE CHRISTINA NOBLE CHILDREN'S FOUNDATION CONSOLE (LIVING WITH SUICIDE) CROI, WEST OF IRELAND CHRONIC PAIN IRELAND COOLMINE THERAPEUTIC COMMUNITY CROSS (CANCER RESEARCH OF THE OESOPHAGUS & STOMACH) Elizabeth Dinsmore 17 Clanwilliam Terrace, Dublin 2 Phone: 01 611 0801 www.christian-aid.ie Maeve Meleady 22 South Frederick St.,Dublin 2 Phone: 01 671 5729 www.cncf.org Carmichael Centre North Brunswick St.,D.7 Phone: 01 8047567 www.chronicpain.ie CITY OF DUBLIN YOUTH SERVICE BOARD 70 Morehampton Rd.,Donnybrook Dublin 4 Phone: 01 4321100 www.cdvec.ie/cdysb.html CLARE CRUSADERS Ann Norton Barefield Village Barefield, Ennis, Co. Clare Phone: 087 6679340 www.clarecrusaders.ie CLEFT LIP & PALATE ASSOC. OF IRELAND Anne Gilsenan 36 Woodlands Avenue Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin Phone: 087 1319803 www.cleft.ie COELIAC SOCIETY OF IRELAND Emma Clarke Conway Carmichael Centre, North Brunswick St.,Dublin 7 Phone: 01 872 1471 www.coeliac.ie COMBER ROMANIAN ORPHANAGE APPEAL Fiona Dowling Ashfield House Derry Rd., Durrow, Co. Laois Phone: 057 8736219 www.comber.ie COMHLÁMH Deirdre Murray Ballast House, 2nd Floor Aston Quay,Dublin 2 Phone: 01 4783490 www.comhlamh.org COMPUTER CLUBHOUSE Evan Moore South West Inner City Network, Hamilton St., Dublin 8 Phone: 01 4536674 www.theclubhouse.ie Zoe Holyoak 52 Lr. Camden St.,Dublin 2 Phone: 01 4177700 www.concernchallenge.org Paul Kelly Console House,4 Whitethorn Grove, Celbridge, Co. Kildare Phone: 01 6102638 www.console.ie Declan Arthur 19 Lord Edward St., Dublin 2 Phone: 01 6794822 / 086 2502298 www.coolmine.ie CO-OPERATION IRELAND Winnie Orr Unit 5 Weaver’s Court Bus. Park, Linfield Rd., Belfast,BT125GH Phone: 048 90891004 www.cooperationireland.org COPE GALWAY Orla O’Regan Office 3-5 Calbro House, Tuam Rd., Galway Phone: 091 778 750 www.copegalway.ie CORK ANIMAL CARE SOCIETY Cathy Wilde Hillview Lodge, Clashbredane, Kilmichael, Co. Cork Phone: 021 4551781 www.animalcaresociety.ie CORK ARC CANCER SUPPORT HOUSE O’Donovan Rossa Road Cork City, Co. Cork Phone: 021 427 6688 www.corkcancersupport.ie CORK CANCER RESEARCH CENTRE Ann O’Sullivan Mercy University Hospital Granville Place, Co. Cork Phone: 021 490 1437 www.ccrc.ie Svenn Braamark 14 Exchequer St., Dublin 2 Phone: 01 679 5242 www.cradle.ie Seona Joyce Cardiology Foundation, University College Hospital, Galway Phone: 091 544310 www.croi.ie Siobhan Ryan Department of Surgery Trinity Cen. for Health Science, St James’s Hospital, Dublin 8 Phone: 01 8962189 www.crosscharity.ie CROSSCARE - INNOVATION AND ACTION FOR SOCIAL JUSTICE Michael McDonagh Clonliffe College,Drumcondra, Dublin 3 Phone: 01 8360911 www.crosscare.ie CRY (CARDIAC RISK IN THE YOUNG) Lucia Ebbs CRYP Centre Adelaide and Meath Hospital, Tallaght, Dublin 24 Phone: 01 4525482 www.cry.ie CUAN MHUIRE TREATMENT CENTRES Liam McLoughlin Athy, Co. Kildare Phone: 05986 31090 www.cuanmhuire.ie CYSTIC FIBROSIS ASSOC. OF IRELAND Grainne Kennedy 24 Lr. Rathmines Rd., Dublin 6 Phone: 01 496 2433 www.cfireland.ie CORK SIMON COMMUNITY Mairead O’Sullivan PO Box 76, Togher, Co. Cork Phone: 021 4929401 www.corksimon.ie CORK YMCA LIMITED 11-12 Marlborough St., Co. Cork Phone: 021 4270187/3056 www.ymcacork.org CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 CSR 29 CYSTIC FIBROSIS HOPESOURCE FOUNDATION DEBRA IRELAND Niamh Herrity La Touche House, 1 Grove Rd., Rathmines, Dublin 6 Phone: 01 678 5044 www.debraireland.org Alison Dempsey Unit J.10 Swords Business Park, Swords, Co. Dublin Phone: 01 8900 535 www.cfhopesource.org CYSTINOSIS FOUNDATION IRELAND Ann Marie O’Dowd 2 The Meadows, Millfarm, Dunboyne,Co. Meath Phone: 01 278 3394 www.cystinosis.ie Colette Byrne 6 Emor St., Dublin 8 Phone: 01 4546078 www.daisyhouse.org First Floor T O’Reilly Building, Swords Rd.,Santry, Dublin 9 Phone: 01 8425100 www.docharity.net DIABETES FEDERATION OF IRL. DOGS IN DISTRESS Fumbally Court, Fumbally Lane Dublin 8 Phone: 01 454 7978 www.disability-federation.ie DISABILITY DRIVERS DEAFHEAR.IE - SERVICES FOR DEAF & HARD OF HEARING PEOPLE Aideen Foran 35 North Frederick St., Dublin 1 Phone: 01 8175706 www.deafhear.ie DOGS AID ANIMAL SANCTUARY Nicki Jordan 18 Nicholas St., Dublin 8 Phone: 01 4537111 www.depaultrust.ie DISABILITY FEDERATION OF IRELAND DAUGHTERS OF CHARITY CHILD & FAMILY SERVICE Pamela Downes 2nd Floor, 65 Upper O’Connell St., Limerick Phone: 061 315566 DEPAUL TRUST Linda Doyle 76 Lr. Gardiner St.,Dublin 1 Phone: 01 836 3022 www.diabetes.ie DAISYHOUSE HOUSING ASSOCIATION DOCHAS (HOPE FOR PEOPLE WITH AUTISM) Ballindine, Claremorris, Co. Mayo Phone:(0) 94 936 4054 www.ddai.ie DIT FOUNDATION Siobhan Broughan DIT 143-149 Rathmines Rd.,Dublin 6 Phone: 01 4023425 www.ditfoundation.ie OUR MISSION “to enable people with Acquired Brain Injury to live an independent life in the community, by providing and maintaining a supportive living environment” Maggie Howard Meakstown, Co. Dublin Phone: 01 834 7134 www.dogsaid.ie Liz McDonagh Ash Hill, Dunboyne, Co. Meath Phone: 087 2287586 www.dogsindistress.org DOGS TRUST IN IRELAND Ashbourne Road, Finglas, Dublin 11 Phone: 1890 252 928 www.dogstrust.ie DON BOSCO TEENAGE CARE Breda Keogh Carmichael Centre, North Brunswick St., Dublin 7 Phone: 01 204 8880 www.teenagecare.ie DONEGAL DOWN SYNDROME Denise Diver Convent Rd.,Letterkenny, Co. Donegal Phone: 074 9103527 www.donegaldownsyndrome.com Acquired Brain Injury Ireland provides flexible and tailor-made community rehabilitation services throughout Ireland for people with acquired brain injury, and their families and carers. Acquired Brain Injury can affect anyone at any time. It is an injury to the brain which can be caused by an accident or fall, assault, aneurysm, brain haemorrhage, viral infection, anoxia, stroke etc. People with ABI may often look fine, but can have many problems which mean they cannot resume their previous lives National Office, 43 Northumberland Ave, Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin Ph: 01 280 4164 firstname.lastname@example.org www.abiireland.ie SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 A Limited Company Reg: 334659 Charity No.CORPORATE CHY 14289 a-z of charities DONKEY SANCTUARY DUBLIN RAPE CRISIS CENTRE Geraldine O’Donoghue Liscarroll, Mallow, Co. Cork Phone: 022 48398 www.thedonkeysanctuary.ie Annie Gallagher 70 Lower Leeson St., Dublin 2 Phone: 01 661 4911 www.drcc.ie DORAS LUIMNI DUBLIN SAMARITANS Mount St Vincent, O’Connell Ave Co. Limerick Phone: 061 310 328 email@example.com Anne-Marie Sheehan 112 Marlboro’ St.,Dubin 1 Phone: 01 8727700 www.dublinsamaritans.ie DOWN SYNDROME DUBLIN DUBLIN SIMON COMMUNITY Fabrice Rousseau 38 Trimbleston Gardens, Booterstown, Co. Dublin Phone: 6105 629 www.dsdublin.ie Kelly Crowley 1-2 Cope St., Dublin 2 Phone: 01 671 5551 www.dubsimon.ie DUBLIN YOUTH THEATRE DOWN SYNDROME IRELAND Maria Schweppe 23 Upper Gardiner St., Dublin 1 Phone: 01 8743687 Maeve McCreery Citylink Business Park, Old Naas Road,Dublin 12 Phone: 1890 37 37 37 www.downsyndrome.ie DUBLIN ZOO FUNDRAISING Rachel Martin Phoenix Park, Dublin 8 Phone: 01 4748900 www.dublinzoo.ie DOWN SYNDROME CENTRE Sheila Campbell Mounttown House 62/63 Lr Mounttown Rd, Dunlaoghaire, Co. Dublin Phone: 01 661 8000 www.downsyndromecentre.ie DUNDALK SIMON COMMUNITY PO Box 26, Dundalk, Co. Louth Phone: 042 9339583 www.dundalksimon.ie DROGHEDA ANIMAL RESCUE DYSLEXIA ASSOC. OF IRELAND P.O. Box 159,Drogheda,Louth Phone: 086 193 1144 DROGHEDA HOMELESS AID Karen Smyth 35 North Strand, Drogheda, Co. Louth Phone: 041 9834492 www.dha.ie DROGHEDA WOMENS & CHILDREN REFUGE CENTRE St Anthony’s, Priest Lane, Drogheda Co. Louth Phone: 041 984 49 98 www.droghedarefuge.org DSPCA Maura O’Keeffe Macro Resource Centre, 1 Green St., Dublin 7 Phone: 01 873 7039 firstname.lastname@example.org DUBLIN AIDS ALLIANCE LTD. Susan Donlon 53 Parnell Square West, Dublin 1 Phone: 01 8733799 www.dublinaidsalliance.com ECO-UNESCO Fernanda Parente The Green House,17 St. Andrew St., Dublin 2 Phone: 01 6625491 EDUCATE TOGETHER Masina Johnston H8a Centrepoint Oak Drive, Dublin 12 Phone: 01 429 2500 www.educatetogether.ie Jimmy Cahill Mt. Venus Rd., Rathfarnham, Dublin 16 Phone: 01 493 5502 www.dspca.ie DUBLIN 7 CENTRE FOR INDEPENDENT LIVING Rosie Bissett Suffolk Chambers, Suffolk St.,Dublin 2 01 679 0276 www.dyslexia.ie EDUCO (EDUCATE CHILDREN OUT OF POVERTY) Grattan Boylan Milltown Business Park Milltown, Co. Monaghan Phone: 047 76509 ENABLE IRELAND CAVAN EARLY SERVICES Collette Hoyne Cavan Enterprise Centre, Kilgarry, Co. Cavan Phone: 049 4326990 www.enableireland.ie ENABLE IRELAND DISABILITY SERVICES Suzanne Kelly 31A Rosemount Park Drive Rosemount Bus. Pk., Ballycoolin Rd .,Dublin 11 Phone: 01 8857151 www.enableireland.ie ENABLE IRELAND GALWAY Joanne Murphy Seamus Quirke Rd., Newcastle, Galway Phone: 091 526 321 www.enableireland.ie ENABLE IRELAND KILDARE SERVICES Willie Callaghan Monread Avenue, Naas, Co. Kildare Phone: 045 846108 www.enableireland.ie ENABLE IRELAND MEATH ADULT SERVICES Deirdre Griffin Unit 6b Mullaghboy Ind. Est. Navan, Co. Meath Phone: 046 907 5094 www.enableireland.ie ENABLE IRELAND MEATH EARLY SERVICES Penny Leech Lisieux House, St Joseph’s Hospital Complex, Trim, Co. Meath Phone: 046 948 1852 www.enableireland.ie ENABLE IRELAND MONAGHAN EARLY SERVICES Anna Van Den Broek Errigal House, St Davnet’s Complex, Rooskey, Co. Monaghan Phone: 047 82238 www.enableireland.ie ENABLE IRELAND NORTH EAST SERVICE Michelle White Navan Shopping Centre, Kennedy Rd., Navan, Co. Meath Phone: 046 902 9845 www.enableireland.ie EUROPA DONNA IRELAND The Irish Breast Cancer Campaign PO Box 6602, Dublin 8 Phone: 01 4960198 www.europadonna.net/ireland FAMILISCOPE Peig Henry Ballyfermot Community Service 201c Decies Rd., Ballyfermot, Dublin 10 Phone: 086 8599564 FIBROMYALGIA SUPPORT GROUP Marie Macken Crufty Beamore, Drogheda, Co. Louth Phone: 041 9832778 CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 CSR 31 FIGHTING BLINDNESS Rosie Begley 1 Christchurch Hall High St., Dublin 8 Phone: 01 709 3050 www.fightingblindness.ie FIGHT FOR SIGHT 4 Parnell Street, Co. Waterford Phone: 051 878088 www.fightforsight.ie FINGLAS SUICIDE NETWORK Donna Cullen 46-47 Mellows Court, Finglas, Dublin 11 Phone: 01 8648899 FLAC FREE LEGAL ADVICE CENTRES Sarah Horgan 13 Lower Dorset St., Dublin 1 Phone: 01 8745690 www.flac.ie FOCUS IRELAND Sinead Price 9/12 High St., Dublin 8 Phone: 01 8815900 www.focusireland.ie FOROIGE Niamh Cremins Block 12d Joyce Way, Park West, D.12 Phone: 01 6301560 www.foroige.ie FRIENDLY CALL SERVICE Donna Hilliard Buzzardstown Campus Mulhuddard, Dublin 15 Phone: 01 8247342 / 01 6405054 www.friendlycallservice.com FRIENDS AT ST PATRICK'S UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL Orla Gogarty P.O. Box 136, James St., Dublin 8 Phone: 18502493377 FRIENDS OF THE EARTH JoAnne O’Donovan 9 Upper Mount St.,Dublin 2 Phone: 01 6394652 www.foe.ie FRIENDS OF LONDIANI Martin Ballantyne 9 Cois Cuain, Mosestown, Whitegate, Co. Cork Phone: 021 4662730 www.friendsoflondiani.com FRIENDS OF ST LUKES Ger Watt Highfield Rd., Rathgar, Dublin 8 Phone: 01 4065314 www.friendsofstlukes.ie CSR 32 FRIENDS OF ST PATRICK'S HOSPITAL Zadrhiena Noone James St., Dublin 8 Phone: 01 249 3632 www.stpatrickshosp.com FRIENDS OF THE COOMBE (COOMBE HOSPITAL) GLASNEVIN TRUST Glasnevin Cemetery, Fingal Road Dublin 11 Phone: 01 8301133 www.glasnevincemetery.ie GLEN OF IMAAL MOUNTAIN RESCUE TEAM Emer McKittrick Cork St., Dolphins Barn, Dublin 8 Phone: 01 408 5735 www.coombe.ie Anouk Maas c/o Glendalough Post Office, Laragh, Co. Wicklow Phone: 087 6347286 www.wicklowmountainrescue.ie FRIENDS OF THE ELDERLY GOAL FRIENDS OF THE ROTUNDA GO SAVE Dermot Kirwan 25 Bolton St., Dublin 1 Phone: 01 8731855 www.friendsoftheelderly.ie Sheila Thompson The Rotunda Hospital, Parnell Square, Dublin 1 Phone: 01 8722377 www.friendsoftherotunda.ie FRIENDS OF THE ROYAL HOSP. DONNYBROOK Eric Rankin Bloomfield Ave.,Donnybrook, Dublin 4 Phone: 01 4971921 GALWAY HOSPICE FOUNDATION Michael Craig Renmore, Co. Galway Phone: 091 770 868 www.galwayhospice.ie GALWAY RAPE CRISIS CENTRE Laura Rigney 7 Claddagh Quay, Galway Phone: 086 6035353 www.galwayrcc.org GALWAY REFUGEE SUPPORT GROUP Claire Davey 2 The Plaza, Headford Rd., Galway Phone: 091 779083 GALWAY SIMON COMMUNITY Barry McCann 10 Mountpellier Tce., The Cresent, Co. Galway Phone: 091 589415 www.galwaysimon.ie GARY KELLY CANCER SUPPORT CENTRE Ann Tracey Georges St., Drogheda, Co. Louth Phone: 041 9805 100 www.gkcancersupport.com GENIO Martinstown Office Park Mullingar, Co Westmeath Phone:044 9385940 www.genio.ie Jennifer O’Gorman PO Box 19 ,Dun Laoighaire, Co. Dublin Phone: 01 280 9779 www.goal.ie 28-32 Upper Pembroke St.,Dublin 2 Phone: 01 6870967 www.gosave.ie GORTA Gus McNamara 12 Herbert St., Dublin 2 Phone: 01 661 5522 www.gorta.ie GROW Audrey McLoughlin 6 Forrest Mews, Forrest Rd., Swords, Co. Dublin Phone: 01 8408236 www.grow.ie HABITAT FOR HUMANITY IRELAND Elaine Dobbyn Quadrant House, Chapelizod, D. 20 Phone: 01 6299 651 www.habitatireland.ie HADD FAMILY SUPPORT GROUP Carmichael Centre, North Brunswick St., Dublin 7 Phone: 01 874 83 49 www.hadd.ie HANLY CENTRE The Mews, Eblana Avenue Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin Phone: 01 2809795 www.thehanlycentre.com HAVEN Olive Cummins The Malthouse South Block, Grand Canal Quay, Dublin 2 Phone: 01 4333930 www.havenpartnership.com HEADSTRONG - THE NATIONAL CENTRE FOR YOUTH MENTAL HEALTH Silvia Francavilla 36 Waterloo Rd., Ballsbridge, Dublin 4 Phone: 01 6607343 www.headstrong.ie a-z of charities HEADWAY IRELAND IRISH ASSOCIATION OF YOUNG PEOPLE IN CARE (IAYPIC) Fiona McKeon Business Park, Manor St., Dublin 7 Phone: 01 8102066 www.headway.ie Jennifer Gargan 7 Red Cow Lane, Smithfield, Dublin 7 Phone: 01 8727661 www.iaypic.ie HEALTH ACTION OVERSEAS Audrey Cranston Carmichael House, North Brunswick St.,Dublin 7 Phone: 01 8733173 email@example.com IRISH AUTISM ACTION Sarah McEnerney-Buckley 41 Newlands, Mullingar, Co. Westmeath Phone: 044 9342576 www.autismireland.ie HEART CHILDREN IRELAND Linda Hogan Carmichael House, North Brunswick St., Dublin 7 Phone: 1850 217 017 www.heartchildren.ie IRISH BLIND SPORTS Diane Ryan 115 Lower George St., Dun Laoighaire, Co. Dublin Phone: 01 2020116 www.ibsports.ie HOPE FOUNDATION Fiona Heraghty 3 Clover Lawn, Skehard Rd., Cork Phone: 021 429 2990 www.hopefoundation.ie IRISH CANCER SOCIETY HOSPICE AFRICA IRELAND (HAI) IRISH CHRONIC PAIN ASSOCIATION Dearbhla Brickley 43/45 Northumberland Rd., Dublin 4 Angela Cooney Our Lady’s Hospice Harold’s Cross, Dublin 6w Phone: 01 4068708 www.hospiceafrica.ie Christina Donnelly Coleraine House Coleraine St., Dublin 7 Phone: 01 8047567 www.chronicpainireland.org IRISH DEAF SOCIETY Louise Sheerin 30 Blessington St., Dublin 7 Phone: 01 8828001 HUNTINGTON'S DISEASE ASSOCIATION OF IRELAND Patricia Towey Carmichael Centre, Northbrunswick St., Dublin 7 Phone : 01 8721303 www.huntingtons.ie IRISH FOUNDATION FOR BREAST DISEASES IHCPT-THE IRISH PILGRIMAGE TRUST Kilcuam, Clarinbridge, Co. Galway Phone: 091 796 622 www.ihcpt.com INCLUSION IRELAND Unit C2, The Steel Works Foley St.,Dublin 1 Phone: 01 855 9891 www.inclusionireland.ie INDEPENDENTAGE PO Box 406, Waterford Phone: 051 39 99 89 www.independentage.ie I.S.P.C.C. Aine Begley c/o Prof Niall O’Higgins St Vincents Uni Hosp.,Elm Park, Dublin 4 Phone: 01 269 4962 IRISH GUIDE DOGS FOR THE BLIND Paddy Coyle St. Josephs School, Grace Park Rd., Drumcondra, Dublin 9 Phone: 01 797 8740 www.guidedogs.ie IRISH HAEMOPHILIA SOCIETY Nuala McAuley Cathedral Court, New Street South, Dublin 8 Phone: 01 6579900 www.haemophilia-society.ie Rita Lucnikovaite 29 Lower Baggot St.,Dublin 2 Phone: 01 6447709 www.ispcc.ie IRISH HEART FOUNDATION IRISH ASSOCIATION OF SOCIDIOOLOGY IRISH HORSE WELFARE TRUST Declan Behan P.O. Box 11634 Ballsbridge, Dublin 4 Phone: 01 6674900 www.ias.ie Elaine Carberry 4 Clyde Rd., Dublin 4 Phone: 01 668 5001 Sharon Newsome Ballydonnell Stables, Redcross, Co. Wicklow Phone: 0404 45720 www.ihwt.ie IRISH HOSPICE FOUNDATION Morrison Chambers, 32 Nassau St., Dublin 2 Phone: 01 679 3188 www.hospice-foundation IRISH KIDNEY ASSOCIATION Deboarh Lynch Donor House, Block 43A Park West, Dublin 12 Phone: 01 6205306 www.ika.ie IRISH LUNG FIBROSIS ASSOCIATION Nicola Cassidy Box 10456, Dublin 7 Phone: 086 8715462 www.ilfa.ie IRISH LUNG FOUNDATION Marie Joyce 1-2 Eden Quay, Dublin 1 Phone: 01 874 9767 IRISH ME TRUST Declan Carroll Carmichael House, North Brunswick St.,Dublin 7 Phone: 1890200912 www.imet.ie IRISH ME/CFS SUPPORT GROUP PO Box 3075, Dublin 2 Phone: 01 2350965 IRISH MOTOR NEURONE DISEASE ASSOC. Derbhla Wynne Coleraine House, Coleraine St.,Dublin 7 Phone:1800 403403 www.imnda.ie IRISH OSTEOPOROSIS SOCIETY Niall Mc Loughlin 12 Burlington Rd.,Garden Level, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4 Phone:1890 252 751 www.irishosteoporosis.ie IRISH RED CROSS Grainne O’Kelly 16 Merrion Square, Dublin 2 Phone: 01 6424611 www.redcross.ie IRISH REFUGEE COUNCIL Second Floor, Ballast House Aston Quay, Dublin 2 Phone: 01 7645854 www.irishrefugeecouncil.ie IRISH RURAL LINK Moate Businss Park, Clara Road Moate, Co. Westmeath Phone: 090 6482744/6482745 www.irishrurallink.ie CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 CSR 33 IRISH SEAL SANCTUARY JOBCARE LIMITED Jenny-Anne Lynch Tobergregan, Garristown, Co. Dublin Phone: 01 8354370 www.irishsealsanctuary.ie 28a Pearse Street, Dublin 2 Phone: 01 677 3897 firstname.lastname@example.org KARE IRISH SOCIETY FOR AUTISM Newbridge Industrial Estate, Newbridge Co. Kildare Phone: 045 448700 www.kare.ie Gemma Brophy 16/17 Lr.O’Connell St., Dublin 1 Phone: 01 8744684 www.autism.ie KILKENNY RAPE CRISIS CENTRE IRISH SOCIETY FOR THE PREVENTION OF CRUELTY TO CHILDREN 1 Golf View Terrace, Granger’s Road Lower, Co. Kilkenny Phone: 056 77 51555 email@example.com 29 Lower Baggot Street, Dublin 2 Phone: 01 6767960 www.ispcc.ie KERRY RAPE & SEXUAL ABUSE CENTRE IRISH SUDDEN INFANT DEATH ASSOC. Denise Griffin 5 Greenview Terrace, Princess Quay, Tralee, Co. Kerry Phone: 066 7123 122 www.krsac.com Margaret Carty Carmichael House, 4 Nth Brunswick St.,Dublin 7 Phone: 01 873 2711 www.isida.ie L’ARCHE IRELAND IRISH WATER SAFETY ASSOCIATION Helen Nolan 8 Warrenhouse Rd., Baldoyle, Dublin 13 Phone: 01 8394356 www.larche.ie The Long Walk, Co. Galway Phone: 091 564000 www.iws.ie LARCC CENTRE IRISH WHEELCHAIR ASSOC. Ballinalack, Mullingar Co. Westmeath Phone: 044 93 71971 www.larcc.ie Helen Power Blackheath Drive, Clontarf, D.3 Phone: 01 818 6433 www.iwa.ie IRISH WILDLIFE TRUST Sigmund Business Centre, 93A Lagan Rd.,Glasnevin, Dublin 11 Phone: 01 860 2839 www.itw.ie IRISH YOUTH FOUNDATION Sabina Cotter 35 Exchequer St., Dublin 2 Phone: 01 6719009 www.iyf.ie ISPCA Carmel Murray National Animal Centre, Derryglogher Keenagh, Co. Longford Phone: 043 25933 www.ispca.ie ISPCC 29 Lower Baggt St., D2 Phone: 01 6767960 www.ispcc.ie JACK & JILL CHILDRENS FOUNDATION Jonathan Irw Johnstown Manor, Johnstown, Naas, Co. Kildare Phone: 045 894538 www.jackandjill.ie CSR 34 LAURA LYNN CHILDRENS HOSPICE FUND Jane McKenna The Children’s Sunshine Home, Leopardstown Rd, Foxrock, D18. Phone: 01 2893151 www.lauralynnhospice.com LIBERTIES RECYCLING TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT Niall Morris Unit D1C Bluebell Industrial Estate,Kylemore Road, Dublin 12 Tel:01 419 3999 www.libertiesrecycling.com MAKE A WISH FOUNDATION OF IRL. Anne King 2 Leopardstown Business Centre Ballyogan Ave., Leopardstown, D18 Phone: 01 2052012 www.makeawish.ie MARIE KEATING FOUNDATION Fiona Sullivan Unit 9 Milbank Business Park, Lucan,Co. Dublin Phone: 01 624 6314 www.mariekeating.com MAYO CANCER SUPPORT ASSOCIATION Angela Kirrane 32 St. Patricks Avenue, Castlebar, Co. Mayo Phone: 094 9038407 www.mayocancer.ie MAYO RAPE CRISIS CENTRE Nicci Carroll Newtown, Castlebar, Co. Mayo www.mayorapecrisiscentre.ie MAYO ROSCOMMON HOSPICE FOUNDATION Cynthia Clampett Main Street, Knock, Co. Mayo MÉDECINS SANS FRONTIERES Carolyn Whitten 9 - 11 Upper Baggot St., Dublin 4 Phone: 01 6603337 www.msf.ie MENINGITIS RESEARCH FOUNDATION Monika Madej 63 Lr. Gardiner St., Dublin 1 Phone: 01 8196931 www.meningitis.org MENINGITIS TRUST Heather Guerin PO Box 102, Bray, Co. Wicklow Phone: 01 2764 269 www.meningitis-trust.ie MENTAL HEALTH IRELAND Barbara Davis Mensana House,6 Adelaide St., Dun Laoire, Co. Dublin Phone: 01 2841166 www.mentalhealthireland.ie MERCY HOSPITAL FOUNDATION Michael Sheridan Grenville Place, Co. Cork Phone: 021 4274076 www.mercyhospitalfoundation.ie MERCHANTS QUAY IRELAND Denisa Casement Merchants Quay, Dublin 2 Phone: 01 5240115 www.mqi.ie MIDLANDS SIMON COMMUNITY PO Box 27, Athlone, Co. Westmeath Phone: 0906 444641 www.simon.ie MID WEST SIMON COMMUNITY 26 Glentworth St.,Limerick Phone: 061 608980 www.midwestsimon.ie CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 a-z of charities MID WESTERN CANCER FOUNDATION Lisa McNamara Cancer Information and Support Centre Mid-Western Reg. Hos., Cooradoyle, Limerick Phone: 061 210979 www.mwcf.ie Oranmore Business Pk.,Oranmore Co. Galway Phone: 091 792316 www.fedvol.ie NATIONAL YOUTH COUNCIL OF IRELAND 3 Montague St.,Dublin 2 Phone: 01 4784122 www.youth.ie MIGRAINE ASSOC. OF IRELAND Patricia Little Unit 14,Block 5 Port Tunnel Bus. Pk., Clanshaugh, Dublin 17 Phone: 01 8941280/1 www.migraine.ie NIALL MELLON TOWNSHIP CHALLENGE Eimear Murphy Taylors Three Rock Grange Road Rathfarnham, Dublin 16 Phone : 01 4948200 www.irishtownship.com MISEAN CARA 1st Floor , 563 South Circular Road Kilmainham, Dublin 8 Phone: 01 4055028/9 www.imrs.ie NORTH WEST SIMON COMMUNITY Beepark resource Centre, Manorhamilton, Co. Leitrim Phone: 071-9855005 www.northwestsimon.ie MOUNTAIN RESCUE IRELAND Sports HQ, 13 Joyce Way Park West Business Park, Dublin 12 Phone: 023 8859822 www.mountainrescue.ie NORTHWEST HOSPICE Ann Fox The Mall Sligo, Co. Sligo Phone: 071 9143317 www.iol.ie/nwhospice MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS SOCIETY OF IRELAND Natasha Duffy 80 Northumberland Rd., Dublin 4 Phone: 01 678 1600 www.ms-society.ie OCD IRELAND MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY IRELAND Stephen Valentine 71/72 Nth. Brunswick St., Dublin 2 Phone: 01 872 1501 www.mdi.ie Leslie Shoemaker 24 Premier Square, Block 2, Finglas Rd., Dublin 11 Phone: 087 9379005 www.ocdireland.org ONE FAMILY Nora Lucey Cherish House, 2 Lower Pembroke St., D.2 Phone: 01 6629212/lo-call 1890662212 www.onefamily.ie MYASTHENIA GRAVIS ASSOCIATION Lavalla, Ballynacally, Ennis Co. Clare Phone: 1800 409 672 www.mga-charity.org ONE IN FOUR Ruth Carroll 2 Holles St.,Dublin 2 Phone: 01 662 4070 www.oneinfour.org NATIONAL ADULT LITERACY AGENCY 76 Lower Gardiner St.,Dublin 1 Phone: 01 855 4332 www.nala.ie NATIONAL ASSOC. OF TRAVELLERS CENTRES Unit 1 Nestor Complex, Monksland Business Park, Monksland Athlone, Co. Roscommon Phone: 090 64 98016 www.natc.ie OPEN (REPRESENTING LONE PARENTS IN IRELAND) Shirley Howe 7 Red Cow Lane, Smithfield, D.7 Phone: 01 8148860 www.oneparent.ie OPEN HEART HOUSE NATIONAL COUNCIL FOR THE BLIND John Fitzpatrick Whitworth Rd.,Drumcondra, D 9 Phone: 01 830 7033 www.ncbi.ie NATIONAL FEDERATION OF VOLUNTARY BODIES 2 St. Mary’s Place, Dublin 7 Phone: 01 8305000 www.openhearthouse.com OPERATION SMILE IRL. Terry Cosgrove 31 Pembrooke Rd., Dublin 4 Phone: 01 667 6659 www.operationsmile.org ORBIS IRELAND Diane Weatherup Bracken Court Bracken Rd., Sandyford, Dublin 18 Phone: 01 2933060 www.orbisireland.ie ORDER OF MALTA Pat Conway 32 Clyde Rd., Ballsridge, Dublin 4 phone: 087 7846230 www.orderofmalta.ie OESOPHAGEAL CANCER FUND Claire O’Reilly 2 Granville Rd., Blackrock, Co. Dublin Phone: 01 2897457 www.lollipopday.com OUR LADYS CHILDRENS HOSPITAL Pauline Kelly Crumlin, Dublin 12 Phone: 01 4096300 Locall 1890 507 508 www.cmrf.org OUR LADY'S HOSPICE Vickey Ann Ryan Harolds Cross, Dublin 6W Phone: 01 491 1072 www.olh.ie OUTREACH MOLDOVA Po. Box 8039, Dun Laoghaire Co. Dublin Phone: 01 2751842 www.outreachmoldova.org OXFAM IRELAND Bernadette Gill 9 Burgh Quay, Dublin 2 Phone: 01 6727662 www.oxfamireland.org PACT Arabella House,18D Nutgrove Office Park Rathfarnham, Dublin 14 Phone: 01 2962200 www.pact.ie PARENTLINE Rita O’Reilly Carmichael House North Brunswick St.,Dublin 7 Phone: 1890 927 277 www.parentline.ie PARKINSONS ASSOC. OF IRELAND Pauline Mahady Carmichael House, North Brunswick St.,Dublin 7 Phone: 01 872 2234-8 www.parkinsons.ie PAWS ANIMAL RESCUE Gina Hetherington Sallins, Co. Kildare Phone: 1570 346 222 www.paws.ie CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 CSR 35 PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES IN IRELAND LTD ROYAL NATIONAL LIFEBOAT INSTITUTION RNLI SHINE - SUPPORTING PEOPLE AFFECTED BY MENTAL ILL HEALTH PETER MCVERRY TRUST RUHAMA SOCIETY OF ST. VINCENT DE PAUL PIETA HOUSE (CENTRE FOR PREVENTION OF SELF-HARM) SAFE IRELAND c/o Navan Employment Dev. Project Claremount Stadium, Commons Rd Navan, Co. Meath Phone: 046 9093684 Maureen Gill Airside, Swords, Co. Dublin Phone: 01 895 1800 / 087 6156455 www.rnli.ie 29 Mountjoy Square, Dublin 1 Phone: 01 8230776 www.pmvtrust.ie Senior House, All Hallows College Gracepark Rd.,Drumcondra, D 9 Phone: 01 8360292 www.ruhama.ie Avril Mansouri The Old Lucan Rd.,Lucan, Co. Dublin Phone: 01 6010000 www.pieta.ie PLAN IRELAND SAI SANCTUARY FOR DONKEYS Mike Mansfield 126 Lower Baggot St., Dublin 2 Phone: 01 6599605 www.plan.ie Ainki Henn Castlebaldwin, Co. Sligo 087 6655490 SAMARITANS IRELAND POST POLIO SUPPORT GROUP 112 Marlborough St.,Dublin 1 Phone: 01 8727346 www.samaritans.ie Ann Burns 31 Boyne Court, Harolds Cross Rd., Dublin 6w Phone: 01 453 4150 www.ppsg.ie SARSFIELD HOUSE DAY CARE CENTRE Josephine Simeray The Sons of Divine Providence Sarsfield Rd., Ballyfermot, Dublin 10 Phone: 01 6237098 PRAXIS CARE GROUP 25-31 Lisburn Rd.,Belfast Co. Antrim, BT9 7AA Phone: 048 90234555 www.praxiscaregroup.org.uk SELF HELP AFRICA Annefield House,Dublin Road Portlaoise, Co. Laois Phone: 0578694034 www.selfhelp.ie PRISONERS' FAMILIES INFOLINE Joy O’Shaughnessy TWS House 1-2 Main St., Tallaght, Dublin 24 Phone: 01 4512388 SENIOR HELPLINE REHAB GROUP Kate Ryan Roslyn Park, Old Beach Rd., Dublin 4 Phone: 01 2057231 www.rehab.ie RESPECT Sandra O’Connor St Vincents Centre, Navan Rd., Dublin 7 Phone: 01 824 5420 www.respect.ie RESPOND HOUSING ASSOCIATION Aoife Walsh Airmount Dominick Place, Co. Waterford Phone: 0818 357901 / 087 7485585 www.respond.ie RONALD MCDONALD HOUSE Mairead Lavelle Our Lady’s Hosp.for Sick Children Crumlin, Dublin 12 Phone: 01 4560436 www.rmhc.ie CSR 36 27 Church St.,Athlone Co. Westmeath Phone: 090 64 79078 www.safeireland.ie Third Age Centre, Summerhill Co. Meath Phone: 046 9557766 www.seniorhelpline.ie SENSATIONAL KIDS Karen Leigh Unit F Kildare Busines Park, Kildare Phone: 045 526116 www.sensationalkids.ie SHARE A DREAM FOUNDATION Ciara Brolly Roselawn House, Castletroy, Limerick Phone: 061 633 777 www.shareadream.ie SHARING POINT C/O Meade Casey Accountants 15 Main St., Raheny, Dublin 5 Phone: 086 8353706 www.sharingpoint.ie Kahlil Thompson-Coyle 38 Blessington St., Dublin 7 Phone: 01 860 1620 www.shineonline.ie Liz Roche SVP House 91-92 Sean Mc Dermott St., Dublin 1 Phone: 01 8299026 www.svp.ie SONAS HOUSING ASSOCIATION Paula McGovern Unit 8 Liberty Corner,Foley St.,Dublin 1 Phone: 01 8349027 www.sonashousing.ie SOUTH EAST SIMON COMMUNITY Chris Anderson Unit 1B Confederation House Waterford Bus. Pk.,Cork Rd., Waterford Phone: 086 1205476 www.southeastsimon.ie SPECIAL NEEDS ACTIVE PARENTS Catherine Campbell 2 Blakely Close Avenue Rd., Dundalk, Co. Louth Phone: 086 3993452 SPECIAL EASTERN REGION Mary White 4th Floor Park House North Circular Rd., Dublin 7 Phone: 01 8691622 SPECIAL OLYMPICS IRELAND Sarah Joyce 4th Floor Park House North Circular Rd., Dublin 7 Phone: 01 8691608 www.specialolympics.ie SPINA BIFIDA HYDROCEPHALUS IRELAND Sarah Jacobsen National Resource Centre Old Nangor Rd., Clondalkin, Dublin 22 Phone: 01 457 2329 www.iasbah.ie SPINAL INJURIES IRELAND Philip Quinlan Nat. Rehabilitation Hosp. Rochestown Ave., Dun Laoghaire, Co.Dublin Phone: 01 235 5317 www.spinalinjuriesireland.ie www.sonashousing.ie SPUNOUT.IE NATIONAL YOUTH WEBSITE 4th Floor , The Halls Quay St., Galway Phone: 091 533693 www.spunout.ie CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 a-z of charities ST. FRANCIS HOSPICE Station Road, Raheny, Dublin 5. Tel: 8327535 www.stfrancishospice.ie ST. JAMES'S HOSPITAL FOUNDATION Edwina Hogan St James Hosp., James St., Dublin 8 Phone: 01 4284086 www.stjames.ie ST JOSEPH'S SCHOOL FOR THE VISUALLY IMPAIRED Grace Park Rd.,Drumcondra,D 9 Phone: 01 837 3635 Fax: 01 836 8403 ST. JOHN OF GOD NORTH EAST SERVICES Eithne Ross St. Marys, Drumcar, Co. Louth Phone: 041 6851211 www.sjog.ie ST. MICHAEL'S HOUSE SPECIAL SCHOOL, FOXFIELD Ciara Spillane c/o St. Joseph’s School for the Deaf Navan Rd., Dublin 7 Phone: 01 8685584 ST MICHAEL'S HOUSE Mary Gilligan Ballymun Rd., Dublin 9 Phone: 01 8840200 www.smh.ie ST. PATRICK'S HOSPITAL Zadrhiena Noone James St., Dublin 1 01 2493632 www.stpatrickshosp.com ST. VINCENT'S FOUNDATION Maeve Suttle c/o St. Vincents University Hospital Elm Park, Dublin 4 Phone: 01 2215065 www.stvincentsfoundation.ie STEPPING STONE Susan Lennon Lwr. Galloping Green, Stillorgan Blackrock, Co. Dublin Phone: 01 2891263 www.steppingstonecharity.ie STEWARTS HOSPITAL Mary Fleming Palmerstown, Dublin 20 Phone: 01 626 4444 www.stewartshospital.com SUE RYDER FOUNDATION Chris White Sue Ryder House, Ballyroan Co. Laois Phone: 057 8731071 www.sueryderfoundation.ie SUICIDE OR SURVIVE Leo Donaghy 2 Main St., Arklow, Co. Wicklow Phone: 087 9032121 www.suicideorsurvive.ie TALLAGHT REHABILITATION PROJECT Joanne Jago Kiltalown House, Jobstown Tallaght, Dublin 24 Phone: 01 4597705 TEENLINE IRELAND Mary Barry Unit 1, 1st Floor St Dominics S.Centre, Old Bawn, Dublin 24 Phone: 01 4622124 TEMPLE STREET CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL THE ENDOMETRIOSIS ASSOC. OF IRELAND Frederique Murphy Carmichael Centre, North Brunswick St., Dublin 7 Phone: 01 8735702 www.endo.ie THE FIRST TEE OF IRELAND Oak Villa ,Military Rd., Co. Waterford Phone: 051 340654 www.thefirstteeireland.org THE IRISH BLUE CROSS Jenny Schutz 15A Goldenbridge Ind. Est. Tyreconnell Rd., Inchicore, Dublin 8 01 Phone: 416 3030 www.bluecross.ie Sarah-Jane St.Ledger Fundraising Office Temple Street, Dublin 1 Phone: 01 878 4344 www.templestreet.ie THE IRISH HOSPICE FOUNDATION THE ALZHEIMER SOCIETY OF IRELAND LIMITED THE IRISH RED CROSS Emily Brew National Office Temple Rd., Blackrock, Co. Dublin Phone: 01-2073800 www.alzheimer.ie THE ARK, CULTURAL CENTRE FOR CHILDREN 11a Eustace St.,Temple Bar,Dublin 2 Phone: 01 670 7788 THE CARER'S ASSOCIATION Emma J. Murphy Market Square, Tullamore, Co. Offaly Phone: 057 9370210 www.carersireland.com THE CARMICHAEL CENTRE FOR VOLUNTARY GROUPS Judy Sheridan North Brunswick St., Dublin 7 Phone: 01 8735702 www.carmichaelcentre.ie THE CHILDREN'S MEDICAL AND RESEARCH FOUNDATION Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital, Crumlin Dublin 12 Phone: 01 4096300 www.cmrf.org THE DYSPRAXIA ASSOC. OF IRELAND Harry Conway Carmichael House, North Brunswick St., Dublin 7 Phone: 01 8747085 www.dyspraxiaireland.com Kirana Bhagwan Morrison Chambers, 32 Nassau St.,D.2 Phone: 01 6730044 www.hospice-foundation.ie Amy Lane 16 Merrion Square, Dublin 2 Phone: 01 6424600 THE IRISH SUDDEN INFANT DEATH ASSOCIATION Margaret Carty Carmichael House, 4 Brunswick St., Dublin 7 Phone: 01 8732711 THE MATER FOUNDATION Mary Moorhead 53-54 Eccles Street, Dublin 7 Phone: 01 8303482 www.materfoundation.ie THE NATIONAL CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL Ciara O’Grady Tallaght, Dublin 24 Phone: 01 4142374 www.thenationalchildrenshospital.ie THE SCOOP FOUNDATION Andrew Sweeney Phone: 0857781058 www.thescoopfoundation.com THRESHOLD Monica Caffrey 21 Stoneybatter, Dublin 7 Phone: 01 6353632 www.threshold.ie TROCAIRE Eimear Kellett 12 Cathedral Street, Dublin 1 Phone: 01 8743875 www.trocaire.org CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 CSR 37 TUAM CANCER CARE 30 Temple Jarlath Court, Tuam Co. Galway Phone: 093 28522 www.tuamcancercare.ie TURNING POINT 23 Crofton Rd.,Dun Laoghaire Co. Dublin Phone: 01 280 0626/ 01 2801603 www.turningpoint.ie UNICEF IRELAND Andrea Wickham 33 Lower Ormond Quay, Dublin 1 Phone: 01 8783 000 www.unicef.ie VARIETY IRELAND, THE CHILDREN'S CHARITY Sue Ryan 43 Carr’s Mill Portrane Rd., Donabate Co. Dublin Phone: 086 7710180 / 01 8085428 www.varietyireland.org VITA 73A Blessington St., Dublin 7 Phone: 01 8820108/9 www.vita.ie VOLUNTEERING IRELAND DUN LAOGHAIRE RATHDOWN VOLUNTEER CENTRE www.volunteerdlr.ie FINGAL VOLUNTEER CENTRE Phone: 01 8209550 www.volunteerfingal.ie Phone: 091 539930 www.volunteergalway.ie KERRY VOLUNTEER CENTRE WORLD VISION IRELAND Phone: 066 7117966 www.volunteerkerry.ie KILDARE VOLUNTEER CENTRE Phone: 045 - 449156 www.volunteerkildare.ie LIMERICK VOLUNTEER CENTRE Phone: 086 056 1434 www.volunteerlimerick.ie LONGFORD VOLUNTEER CENTRE Phone: 087-2915367 www.volunteerlongford.ie LOUTH VOLUNTEER CENTRE Phone: 041 9806900 www.volunteerlouth.ie VOLUNTEER CENTRES IRELAND MEATH VOLUNTEER CENTRE OFFALY VOLUNTEER CENTRE DONEGAL VOLUNTEER CENTRE Phone: 074-9126740 www.volunteerdonegal.ie DUBLIN CITY SOUTH VOLUNTEER CENTRE Phone: 01 4737482 www.volunteerdublincitysouth.ie DUBLIN CITY NORTH VOLUNTEER CENTRE Phone: 01 8722622 www.volunteeringireland.com CSR 38 Phillipp Lenzenhuber Aungier St., Dublin 2 Phone: 01 4782607 www.ymca.ie YOUTH ADVOCACY PROGRAMME IRELAND Third Floor, Park House, North Circular Rd., D.7 Phone: 01 817 8111 www.yapireland.ie MONAGHAN VOLUNTEER CENTRE CLARE VOLUNTEER CENTRE Phone: 021-4559296 www.volunteercork.ie YMCA - CITY OF DUBLIN Phone: 046 9252332 www.volunteermeath.ie Phone: 042 97 54551 www.volunteermonaghan.ie CORK VOLUNTEER CENTRE Judith Gilsenan The Mews, Garland House, Rathmines Park, Dublin 6 Phone: 01 498 0800 www.worldvision.ie Phone: 096 71444 www.volunteermayo.ie Phone: 059-9137562 www.volunteercarlow.ie Phone: 065-6866800 www.volunteerclare.ie WOMEN'S AID GALWAY VOLUNTEER CENTRE MAYO VOLUNTEER CENTRE CARLOW VOLUNTEER CENTRE Phone: 01 2040885 www.volunteerwicklow.ie Stefania Demurtas Everton House, 47 Old Cabra Rd., Dublin 7 Phone: 01 868 4721 www.womensaid.ie Brona Cousins 18 Eustace Street, Dublin 2 Phone: 01 6369455 www.volunteeringireland.ie DMG Business Centre 9/13 Blackhall Place, Dublin 13 Phone: 01 7994519 www.volunteer.ie WICKLOW VOLUNTEER CENTRE Phone: 057 93 52467 www.volunteeroffaly.ie SLIGO VOLUNTEER CENTRE Phone: 071-911 1042 www.volunteersligo.ie SOUTH DUBLIN COUNTY VOLUNTEER CENTRE Phone: 01 462 8558 www.volunteersouthdublin.ie SOUTH TIPPERARY VOLUNTEER CENTRE Phone: 086-8353091 www.volunteersouthtipp.ie WESTMEATH VOLUNTEER CENTRE Phone: 044-9348571 www.volunteerwestmeath.ie CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 A-Z a-z of of charities Charities Volunteer Centres Ireland is the national Volunteer Centre. We are a representative body, support agency and membership organisation for a growing number of local Volunteer Centres in Ireland, currently 22. Local Volunteer Centres put people who want to volunteer in touch with community and voluntary or nonprofit organisations seeking volunteers, providing a host of supports to both volunteers and volunteerinvolving organisations. To find your local volunteer centre or to browse through our opportunities nationally - check out www.volunteer.ie. Volunteer Centres Ireland organises the National Day of Volunteering which takes place every year towards the end of September. CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 CSR 39 ST. FRANCIS HOSPICE RAHENY BLANCHARDSTOWN Since 1989 St. Francis Hospice has provided a specialist palliative care service to people in North Dublin with advanced cancer, motor neuron disease and HIV/ AIDS, as well as giving support to their families and friends. There are no charges for the services provided by St. Francis Hospice. The service is based on a Christian Philosophy, which recognises the need to treat each person with dignity, respect and compassion, irrespective of their cultural or religious background. Our current range of services in specialist palliative care includes, Home Care, Hospice Day Care, Out-patient services, In-patient care in our 19-bed unit and Bereavement Support. The expansion of hospice services to comprehensively serve North Dublin is vital. In July 2009 St. Francis Hospice set out to achieve this through commencing the building of a second facility, St. Francis Hospice, Blanchardstown, Dublin 15. The new hospice will be constructed in one phase and will include a Hospice Day Care Centre, a base for the Community Palliative Care Team, a 24 single bed In-Patient Unit and Out- Patient services. It will be completed in early 2011. Together, St. Francis Hospice, Raheny and St. Francis Hospice, Blanchardstown, will provide greatly-enhanced palliative care services to the people of North Dublin, City and County. MAJOR VOLUNTARY SUPPORT REQUIRED TO MEET CONSTRUCTION COSTS The construction cost of the new Hospice is â‚Ź22.5 M (including Fees) and we are totally dependent on the support and generosity of the community to assist in meeting the costs associated with the development. Support has been tremendous to date for the Blanchardstown development and for the services delivered by St. Francis Hospice Raheny. This has enabled us to keep down the level of borrowing required to fund the project. It is possible however to build and fit-out the facility, we will need to borrow up to â‚Ź15M, as no funding has been provided by the HSE towards capital costs. The site has been provided by Government and this has been a definite bonus. In the current financial climate, building and fitting-out the new facility will be a huge challenge and we are in great need of your support. This much-needed second Hospice will bring major benefits to the community and St. Francis Hospice earnestly appeals to you to support this major project. Anything you can contribute by way of effort or donation will be greatly appreciated. Many thanks. Ethel McKenna, Chief Executive Officer. ST. FRANCIS HOSPICE, STATION ROAD, RAHENY, DUBLIN 5. TEL: 8327535 www.stfrancishospice.ie CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 THINKING BUSINESS A charity partnership, like most partnerships, is an important commitment for any business to make. And like any good relationship, it’s about knowing what you both want and a commitment to making it work. Words: Trisha Doyle T There are a variety of reasons a business wants to improve their CSR credentials. But while there’s plenty of worthwhile causes, it’s important to identify the right charity partner for your business. CONSIDER YOUR OBJECTIVES Common sense encourages us to think long and hard before making a long term commitment to anyone, and that’s not just our life partners but our business and charity partners too. With this in mind, it’s important to set out your objectives before approaching any potential partners or accepting any pitches. It’s a good idea to set out some objectives for the partnership such as: • Who are you looking to support? Local, national, international, specific groups? • Why are you looking to help that group? Because of a business interest/ staff interest/community interest etc? • What are you looking for from the relationship? Is it an ongoing campaign, seasonal support, something lowkey? CAPACITY CHECKING IN In all relationships, it’s important things should be balanced, so it’s vital to consider the infrastructure and capacity of your chosen partner. If you’re a large multinational with an Irish base who is considering supporting a small, local Irish charity, understand their limitations and scope. All charities appreciate support, but you should have an understanding of the capacity of the charity. If you’re looking to support a nationwide campaign, then ensure you have a charity that has the means and scope to carry it off. Once you have started off your partnership through whatever support you’re offering, a regular meeting or report is a good idea. It helps to build the relationship and level of trust, and also helps troubleshoot any looming issues your charity partner may be encountering. The more you know and understand what you’re working together on, the greater potential to build a lasting and fruitful relationship. CREDENTIALS Know who you’re getting into bed with. Make sure the charity has a good track record in their particular area and see if it’s possible to get a testimonial from any other organisations they have worked with. While it may seem obvious, check that they are a registered charity and that the accounts are regularly audited. COMMUNICATION All these aspects should at least be considered before you start any research. COMPATIBILITY Once you have decided on what you’re looking for, you can start thinking about who. It’s important to make sure the charity is a suitable fit for your brand. This means considering the ethos of the charity in line with your business ethos. For example a butchers, while concerned about animal welfare, may not find a vegetarian society a suitable match, so consider a partner that can slot into your brand identity as well as reach out to your target audience through the work you’re doing. Above all else, the partnership should make sense. Whatever support you are supplying, whether it’s monetary or a service, it’s important to be clear from the outset about what you’re offering. A contract might seem officious, but a written outline of what you’re both expecting from the relationship, how support will be used (for a specific project ie a local project in your area) will give you both clear expectations of what you have to fulfil for the relationship to succeed. It’s also good to have in writing how you can use your association with the charity, ie a logo on your website, on your marketing material, on social networking sites etc, so your marketing and media team are aware of any restrictions or how the charity’s brand should be used (correct logos etc). It’s good practice and fundamentally, while you are offering free support, it’s still a venture for your business. CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 "Make sure the charity has a good track record in their particular area and see if it's possible to get a testimonial from any other organisations they have worked with. " CSR 41 Who’d like to get involved? Why not get your company involved in helping men and women that are homeless in galway, Mayo and Roscommon? Nearly everyone who gets involved tell us how much they ‘got from the experience’. Far more than they could imagine. Galway Simon Community 10 Montpellier Terrace, The Crescent, Galway. firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: 091 589415 www.galwaysimon.ie CASA CHARITY SHOPS Our shops depend on the goodness and generosity of the general public for merchandise. If you would like to organise a collection for us we will arrange collection of the bags etc. to suit your requirements. • CD’s • BOOKS • CLOTHES • BRIC-A-BRAC • UNWANTED GIFTS • UNWANTED NEW ELECTRICAL GOODS • Everything but the kitchen sink and large furniture! For more information or to arrange for bags and a collection please contact our Head Office in Carmichael House, Phone 01 8725300 CAPEL STREET 26 Capel Street 01 8728538 MARY STREET 4 Mary Street 01 8748013 MARLBOROUGH STREET 56 Marlborough Street 01 8735104 DORSET 59 Dorset Street 01 8943170 LONGFORD 9 Rear Chapel St. 043 3349647 CORK 68 Nth. Main St. 021 4279840 MULLINGAR 11 St. Loman’s Terrace 044 9396818 NAVAN Penny Lane 046 9076688 CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 THINKING BUSINESS CONTINUED CASE STUDY - VODAFONE Laura Turkington from the Vodafone Ireland Foundation explains what the business looks for in a charity partner. Last year, the Vodafone Ireland Foundation divested approximately €1.2 million and has more than 20 active charity partnerships. Each year, our board reviews proposals from a number of charities to determine who will receive funding. We no longer accept unsolicited applications and each year we invite a number of organisations to submit proposals for consideration by the Foundation Board. In order to ensure maximum impact, we target a range of strategic areas for investment and all projects we support are Irish-based and fall within one of the following categories: • • • Working with children, young people and their families facing adversity; Emergency relief; Collaboration and capacity building. The Vodafone Ireland Foundation seeks to find charity partners as opposed to sponsoring a specific project. Our charity partnerships go beyond a financial arrangement and we look to add value beyond this. For a charity’s proposal to be successful, the charity must have a clear outline of the project and the projected result they hope to achieve. The outcome must be measurable. The sustainability of the project is also a key criteria, along with several others. Benefits in the longer term must be apparent and visible. The necessary skills and expertise must be available to the charity from the outset to guarantee successful delivery of the project. The charity must be able to submit progress reports and meet periodically to discuss the project. Beyond our annual funding round, we also fund more specific areas, including: • • • • World of Difference Handset recycling charity of choice, the Irish Heart Foundation Volunteering and employee matched funding Sponsorship, including the Irish Heart Foundation’s Happy Heart Weekend, the Angel Parade and the All Ireland Inspirational Life Award. For more information on the Vodafone Foundation, please visit www.vodafone.ie/foundation. ". . . . . the Vodafone Ireland Foundation divested approximately €1.2 million and has more than 20 active charity partnerships. Each year, our board reviews proposals from a number of charities to determine who will receive funding" CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 CSR 43 CHARITIES CATEGORIES AGED CHILDCARE Age Action Ireland Ltd www.ageaction.ie Friends of the Elderly www.friendsoftheelderly.ie An Siamsa see pg 25 for contact details Alone www.alone.ie Sue Ryder Foundation www.sueryderfoundation.ie Ballinasloe Social Services Pre-School see pg 31 for contact details Alzheimer & Dementia Services See pg 24 for contact details CD’s Helping Hands www.cdshelpinghands.ie ANIMALS A Dog’s Life www.adogslife.ie DSPCA www.dspca.ie Animal Rights Action Network (ARAN) www.aran.ie Dublin Zoo Fundraising www.dublinzoo.ie ASH Animal Rescue Centre www.ashanimalrescue.com Clondalkin Animal Aid www.clondalkinanimalaid @hotmail.com Cork Animal Care Society see pg 29 for contact details Cottage Rescue “A Safe Haven for Animals” www.cottagerescue.ie GSPCA Ltd www.galway-spca.com Help the Aged www.helptheaged.org.uk Irish Horse Welfare Trust www.ihwt.ie Irish Seal Sanctuary www.irishsealsanctuary.ie ISPCA www.ispca.ie Dogs Aid Animal Sanctuary www.dogsaid.ie PAWS Animal Rescue www.paws.ie Dogs in Distress www.dogsindistress.org SAI Sanctuary for Donkeys see pg 36 for contact details Donkey Sanctuary www.thedonkeysanctuary.ie Drogheda Animal Rescue see pg 31 for contact details The Irish Blue Cross www.bluecross.ie Fighting Blindness www.fightingblindness.ie Children First Foundation www.childfund.ie Children in Hospital Ireland www.childreninhospital.ie Children’s Leukaemia Research Project see pg 28 for contact details Children’s Medical & Research Unit see pg 28 for contact details CHILDREN & YOUTH Abalta Special School for Autistic Children www.abaltaschool.ie Irish Guide Dogs for the Blind www.guidedogs.ie NCBI www.ncbi.ie Children’s Sunshine Home www.csh.ie Children’s University Hospital www.templestreet.ie Chimteka Childrens Support himtekachildrensupport.com City of Dublin YMCA www.ymca.ie Cuidiú– Irish Childbirth Trust www.cuidiu-ict.ie Cunamh Child Care Agency www.cunamh.com Headstrong www.headstrong.ie Hope Foundation www.hopefoundation.ie I.S.P.C.C. www.ispcc.ie Barretstown www.barretstown.org Irish Association of Young People in Care (IAYPIC) www.iaypic.ie Bubblegum Club www.bubblegumclub.ie Chernobyl Children’s Trust chernobylchildrenstrust.ie City of Dublin YMCA www.ymca.ie Dublin Cross Cultural Club www.dublinccc.com Dublin Youth Theatre www.dublinyouththeatre.com Foroige www.foroige.ie Gorey Youth & Community Needs Group www.goreyyouthneeds.com CSR 44 Children’s Org of Southeast Asia (COSA) www.childrensorg.com Barnardos www.barnardos.ie CARI Foundation www.cari.ie BLIND & PARTIALLY SIGHTED Albinism Fellowship www.albinism.org.uk ChildFund Ireland www.childfund.ie Children’s Medical & Research Foundation www.cmrf.org CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 Irish Youth Foundation www.iyf.ie Make a Wish Foundation of Ireland www.makeawish.ie Ronald McDonald House www.rmcc.ie Sensational Kids www.sensationalkids.ie The Children’s Sunshine Home www.sunshinehome.ie Share a Dream Foundation www.share-a-dream.com Teenline Ireland see pg 37 for contact details charities categories The National Children’s Hospital www.thenationalchildrens hospital.ie Variety Ireland, the children’s charity www.varietyireland.org To Russia With Love www.torussiawithlove.ie COMMUNITY CARE Alice’s Wonderland Foundation www.alicewonderland foundation.com CULTURAL Ammaireland www.ammaireland.org Galway Special Olympics www.specialolympics.ie Conradh na Gaelige www.cnag.ie Irish Blind Sports www.ibsports.ie DEAF Cheshire Ireland www.cheshire.ie City of Dublin YMCA www.ymca.ie Deaf Hear www.deafhear.ie DISABILITY Community Cenacolo www.ballinteer. dublindiocese.ie/cenacolasummary.htm Acquired Brain Injury Ireland www.abiireland.ie Console (Living with Suicide) www.console.ie BRI - The acquired Brain Injury Advocacy Assoc. www.briireland.ie Co-Operation Ireland www.cooperationireland.org Cheeverstown House www.cheeverstown.ie Bray Lions Club www.braylionsclub.com Donegal Down Syndrome www.donegaldown syndrome.com Dublin 7 Centre for Independent Living see pg 31 for contact details Brothers of Charity Services www.clare.brothersofcharity. ie/clare Familiscope see pg 31 for contact details Enable Ireland Disability Services www.enableireland.ie Ana Liffey Drug Project www.aldp.ie Acquired Brain Injury Ireland www.abiireland.ie Big Brothers Big Sisters of Ireland www.bbbsireland.ie Camphill Community Ballybay www.camphill.ie Camphill Community Greenacres www.camphill.ie Cancer Care West www.cancercarewest.ie Capuchin Day Centre for Homeless People see pg 28 for contact details CARELOCAL (befriending older people living alone) www.carelocal.ie FLAC Free Legal Advice Centres www.flac.ie Glen of Imaal Mountain Rescue Team www.wicklowmountain rescue.ie The Carmichael Centre for Voluntary Groups www.carmichaelcentre.ie Volunteering Ireland www.volunteeringireland.ie Irish Deaf Society see pg 33 for contact details Forgotten Children www.forgottenchildren.ie Irish Wheelchair Assoc. www.iwa.ie Special Olympics Eastern Region see pg 36 for contact details Special Olympics Ireland www.specialolympics.ie Stewarts Hospital www.stewartshospital.com DRUG & ALCOHOL Aisling Group International www.community.meath.ie/ aislinggroup EDUCATION Amawele www.amawele.org City of Dublin YMCA www.ymca.ie An Cosán, The Shanty Educational Project Ltd See pg 25 for contact details DIT Foundation www.ditfoundation.ie ENVIROMENTAL ECO-UNESCO see pg 31 for contact details Friends of the Earth www.foe.ie CHECK OUT OUR ADVERT ON PG 86 www.gosave.ie CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 CSR 45 FAMILY WELFARE Anam Cara Parental & Sibling Bereavement Support www.anamcara.ie Aoibhneas Women & Children’s Refuge www.aoibhneas.ie ATD Fourth World www.atdfourthworld.org Autism Support Ireland see pg 26 for contact details Bray Cancer Support Centre www.braycancersupport.ie Bray Women’s Refuge www.braywomensrefuge.com CanTeen Ireland www.canteen.ie Carers Association Ltd www.carersireland.com Carlow / South Leinster Rape Crisis Centre www.carlowrcc.com CASA www.casa.ie Castleknock Educate Together Nat School www.educatetogether.ie Finglas Suicide Network see pg 32 for contact details Friendly Call Service www.friendlycallservice.com Galway Refugee Support Group see pg 32 for contact details Grá Autism Parents Group www.graautism.com Haemochromatosis Soc. www.haemochromatosis-ir. com Headway Ireland www.headway.ie Heart Children Ireland www.heartchildren.ie Irish Kidney Association www.ika.ie Irish Lung Fibrosis Assoc. www.ilfa.ie Irish Motor Neurone Disease Assoc. www.imnda.ie Irish Multiple Births Assoc. www.imba.ie Irish Refugee Council see pg 33 for contact details Chernobyl Childrens Project Int. www.chernobylinternational.com Irish Sudden Infant Death Assoc. www.isida.ie COPE Galway www.copegalway.ie Jack & Jill Childrens Foundation www.jackandjill.ie Crosscare “Innovation and Action for Social Justice” www.crosscare.ie L.P.I. (Little People of Ireland) www.Ipionline.org The Alzheimer Society of Ireland Limited www.alzheimer.ie Laura Lynn Childrens Hospice Fund www.lauralynnhospice.com The Carer’s Association www.carersireland.com Midland Fibromyalgia Support Group www.local.mobhaile.ie/mfsg Muscular Dystrophy Irl. www.mdi.ie National Parents Council Primary www.npc.ie Northwest Hospice www.iol.ie/nwhospice OCD Ireland www.ocdireland.org One Family www.onefamily.ie One in Four www.oneinfour.org OPEN (representing lone parents in Ireland) www.oneparent.ie Parentline www.parentline.ie Parkinsons Assoc. of Ireland www.parkinsons.ie Post Polio Support Group www.ppsg.ie Prisoners’ Families Infoline see pg 34 for contact details Sarsfield House Day Care Centre see pg 36 for contact details Down Syndrome Dublin see pg 31 for contact details Down Syndrome Ireland www.downsyndrome.ie Society of St. Vincent de Paul www.svp.ie Dublin AIDS Alliance Ltd. www.dublinaidsalliance.com St. John of God North East Services see pg 37 for contact details Dublin Rape Crisis Centre www.drcc.ie Easi Access Transport Ltd www.easi-cab-travel-club.org CSR 46 CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 The Dyspraxia Assoc. of Ireland www.dyspraxiaireland.com The Immigrant Council of Ireland www.immigrantcouncil.ie The Irish Society for Mucopolysaccharide Diseases www.mpssociety.ie The Irish Sudden Infant Death Association see pg 34 for contact details The Miscarriage Association of Ireland www.miscarriage.ie The Children’s Sunshine Home www.sunshinehome.ie Women’s Aid www.womensaid.ie charities categories HEALTH 22q11 Ireland www.22q11ireland.org 3Ts Turn the Tide of Suicide www.3ts.ie Abalta Special School for Autistic Children www.abaltaschool.ie ACT - Aid Cancer Treatment Aisling Group International www.community.meath.ie/ aislinggroup Alice’s Wonderland Foundation www.alicewonderland foundation.com Alopecia Support www.alopecia.ie Alzheimer & Dementia Services Aineis Brock 085 1568587 Amputee Disability Federation www.amputee.ie Ana Liffey Drug Project www.aldp.ie Angels of Hope (Ovarian Cancer) www.angelsofhope.org.uk Angels Quest www.angelsquest.ie Arc Cancer Support www.arccancersupport.ie Arthritis Ireland www.arthritisireland.ie Aspire - Asperger Syndrome Assoc.of Ireland www.aspire-irl.org Asthma Care Ireland www.asthmacare.ie Asthma Society of Ireland www.asthmasociety.ie Autism Initiatives see pg 25 for contact details Avon Breast Cancer Crusade www.avoncrusade.com Coolmine Therapeutic Community www.coolmine.ie Aware Defeat Depression www.aware-ni.org Cork Cancer Research Centre www.ccrc.ie Barrett Cheshire Home Hackett Trust www.cheshire.ie Beaumont Hospital Foundation www.bhf.ie Bellarose Foundation www.bellarose.ie Biobank Ireland Trust see pg 25 for contact details Bodywhys: Easting Disorders Assoc. www.bodywhys.ie Bone Cancer Research Trust www.bonecancerresearch.org Bone Marrow for Leukaemia Trust www.bonemarrowtrust.ie Breast Cancer at the Mater Foundation www.materfoundation.ie Breast Cancer Ireland www.breastcancerireland.com Breast Cancer Research National Institute www.nbcri.ie Breast Care at St. James’s see pg 27 for contact details Bru Columbanus www.brucolumbanus.com Cappagh Hospital Trust www.cht.ie Central Remedial Clinic www.crc.ie Ciarán Maree Cancer Research & Dev. Fund www.bebo.com/ciaranmaree Clare Crusaders see pg 27 for contact details Croi, West of Ireland www.croi.ie CROSS (Cancer Research of the Oesophagus & Stomach) www.crosscharity.ie CRY (Cardiac Risk in the Young) www.cry.ie Cuan Mhuire Treatment Centres www.cuanmhuire.ie Cystic Fibrosis Assoc. of Ireland www.cfireland.ie Cystic Fibrosis Hopesource Foundation www.cfhopesource.org Cystinosis Foundation Ireland www.cystinosis.ie DEBRA Ireland www.debraireland.org Diabetes Federation of Irl. www.diabetes.ie Dochas (Hope for people with Autism) see pg 30 for contact details E D Irish Breast Cancer Campaign www.europadonnaireland.ie Fibromyalgia Support Group see pg 31 for contact details Friends at St Patrick’s University Hospital see pg 32 for contact details Friends of Leopardstown Park Hospital www.lph.ie CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 Friends of St Lukes www.friendsofstlukes.ie Friends of St Patrick’s Hospital www.stpatrickshosp.com Friends of The Coombe (Coombe Hospital) www.coombe.ie Friends of the Rotunda www.friendsoftherotunda.ie Friends of the Royal Hospital Donnybrook see pg 33 for contact details Galway Hospice Foundation www.galwayhospice.ie Gary Kelly Cancer Support Centre www.gkcancersupport.com GROW www.grow.ie Health Unlimited (Ireland) www.healthunlimited.org /ireland.html Homebirth Association of Ireland www.homebirth.ie Hospital Saturday Fund www.hsf.eu.com Huntington’s Disease Association of Ireland www.huntingtons.ie Irish Autism Action www.autismireland.ie Irish Cancer Society see pg 33 for contact details Irish Chronic Pain Association www.chronicpainireland.org Irish Foundation for Breast Diseases see pg 33 for contact details Irish Haemophilia Society www.haemophilia-society.ie CSR 47 Irish Heart Foundation see pg 33 for contact details Oesophageal Cancer Fund www.lollipopday.com Habitat for Humanity Ireland www.habitatireland.ie Sonas Housing Association www.sonashousing.ie Irish Lung Foundation see pg 33 for contact details Our Ladys Childrens Hospital www.cmrf.org Merchants Quay Ireland www.mqi.ie South East Simon Community see pg 36 for contact details Irish ME Trust www.imet.ie Irish Osteoporosis Society www.irishosteoporosis.ie Irish Society for Autism www.autism.ie Lymphoedema Ireland www.lymphireland.com Living with Cancer www.livingwithcancer.com Marie Keating Foundation www.mariekeating.com Mayo Cancer Support Assoc. www.mayocancer.ie Mayo Roscommon Hospice Foundation see pg 34 for contact details Meningitis Research Foundation www.meningitis.org Meningitis Trust www.meningitis-trust.ie Mercy Hospital Foundation www.mercyhospital foundation.ie Mid Western Cancer Foundation www.mwcf.ie Migraine Assoc. of Ireland www.migraine.ie Multiple Sclerosis Society of Ireland www.ms-society.ie HOMELESSNESS Cork Simon Community www.corksimon.ie Daisyhouse Housing Association www.daisyhouse.org Depaul Trust www.depaultrust.ie Our Lady’s Hospice www.olh.ie Pulmonery Hypertension Assoc. www.mater.ie/pha-ireland /html/intro.htm Spina Bifida Hydrocephalus Irl. www.iasbah.ie Spinal Injuries Irl. www.spinalinjuriesireland.ie St. James’s Hospital Foundation www.stjames.ie St. Vincent’s Foundation www.stvincentsfoundation.ie Tallaght Rehabilitation Project see pg 37 for contact details Temple Street Children’s Hospital www.templestreet.ie The Irish Anaphylaxis Campaign www.irishanaphylaxis.org The Endometriosis Assoc. of Ireland www.endo.ie The Irish Hospice Foundation www.hospice-foundation.ie The Mater Foundation www.materfoundation.ie Drogheda Homeless Aid www.dha.ie Dublin Simon Community www.dubsimon.ie Focus Ireland www.focusireland.ie Galway Simon Community www.galwaysimon.ie Mid West Simon Community www.midwestsimon.ie Respond Housing Assoc. www.respond.ie INTERNATIONAL Building of Hope Ltd www.buildingofhope.org Burma Action Ireland www.burmaactionireland.org BWIZA (Burundi, Africa) www.nabuur.com/modules/villages Camara www.camara.ie Charity Health Action Overseas (HAO) www.hao.ie Christian Aid www.christian-aid.ie Christina Noble Children’s Foundation www.cncf.org Comber Romanian Orphanage Appeal www.comber.ie LEARNING Ability West www.abilitywest.ie Down’s Syndrome Centre www.downsyndromecentre.ie Dyslexia Assoc. of Ireland www.dyslexia.ie Threshold www.threshold.ie Concern Worldwide www.concernchallenge.org Friends of F.A.I.D. Ireland www.irishlebproject.com Honduras Community and Educational Programme www.gvi.co.uk Irish Red Cross www.redcross.ie Oxfam Ireland www.oxfamireland.org The Irish Red Cross see pg 33 for contact details Trocaire www.trocaire.org UNICEF Ireland www.unicef.ie Educate Together www.educatetogether.ie Educo (Educate Children out of Poverty) see pg 31 for contact details Special Needs Active Parents see pg 36 for contact details LEARNING DIFFICULTIES Barnacoyle ABA School www.stcatherines.ie LEARNING DISABILITIES L’Arche Dublin www.larche.ie MEDICAL Don Bosco Teenage Care www.teenagecare.ie CSR 48 Stepping Stone www.steppingstonecharity.ie CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 Billy’s Malawi Project www.billysmalawiproject.org charities categories MEDICAL WELFARE Breffni Care Centre www.breffnifrc.com Cleft Lip & Palate Assoc. of Ireland www.cleft.ie Coeliac Society of Ireland www.coeliac.ie Dublin Rape Crisis Centre www.drcc.ie MENTAL HEALTH Aware www.aware.ie Galway Rape Crisis Centre www.galwayrcc.org Kerry Rape & Sexual Abuse Centre www.krsac.com Brainwave Irish Epilepsy Assoc. www.epilepsy.ie Cradle www.cradle.ie ChildFund Mayo Rape Crisis Centre www.mayorapecrisiscentre.ie www.childfund.ie Order of Malta www.orderofmalta.ie Pieta House (Centre for Prevention of Self-Harm) www.pieta.ie Friends of Londiani www.friendsoflondiani.com Médecins Sans Frontieres www.msf.ie GOAL www.goal.ie Niall Mellon Township Challenge www.irishtownship.com Mental Health Ireland www.mentalhealthireland.ie St. Patrick’s Hospital www.stpatrickshosp.com Aid Africa Ireland www.aidafrica.info Aiding Resources www.aidingresources.com Aidlink www.aidlink.ie Ireland for Cambodian Education I.C.E www.icecambodia.org Irish Red Cross www.redcross.ie Shine - Supporting People Affected by Mental Ill Health Gorta www.shineonline.ie www.gorta.ie Action Aid Ireland www.actionaid.ie Hospice Africa Irl. (HAI) www.hospiceafrica.ie Fields of Life www.fieldsoflife.com Dublin Samaritans www.dublinsamaritans.ie OVERSEAS AID Hope Foundation www.hopefoundation.ie Growth Reaching Africa (GRA) Aids Partnership with Africa www.gracharity.com www.apa.ie Haven www.havenpartnership.com Alan Kerins - African Projects Charity Health Action Overseas www.alankerins.ie email@example.com Amnesty International Helping Hands Cambodiawww.amnesty.ie helpinghandscambodia.com Bothar www.bothar.org CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 ORBIS Ireland www.orbisireland.ie Plan Ireland www.plan.ie World Vision Ireland www.worldvision.ie CSR 49 Niall Mellon Township Challenge www.irishtownship.com ORBIS Ireland www.orbisireland.ie Plan Ireland www.plan.ie SUICIDE PREVENTION Samaritans www.samaritans.org World Vision Ireland www.worldvision.ie Pieta House (Centre for Prevention of Self-Harm) www.pieta.ie Suicide or Survive www.suicideorsurvive.ie TRAINING & EMPLOYMENT Comhlámh www.comhlamh.org SUPPORT 22q11 Ireland www.22q11ireland.org Bellarose Foundation www.bellarose.ie Dublin Rape Crisis Centre www.drcc.ie Galway Rape Crisis Centre www.galwayrcc.org Kerry Rape & Sexual Abuse Centre www.krsac.com Mayo Rape Crisis Centre www.mayorapecrisiscentre.ie AIESEC in Ireland www.aiesec.ie Common Purpose Ireland www.commonpurpose.ie An Cosán, The Shanty Educational Project Ltd See pg 25 for contact details Computer Clubhouse www.theclubhouse.ie Respect www.respect.ie Women’s Aid www.womensaid.ie as Know? Did You clothing is reused ing p d lo e e t v a e n g in d • Do le clothin d into useful b a rd o ff a ycle s and rec countrie ch as insulation. u s over 60 products cycling employs e R s • Libertie ected by drugs. Liberties people aff 29 people from m years strea • Over 2 ressed into main raining. t g have pro , education and t n e m y emplo A Clothes Recycling Social Enterprise Funding Employment and Training for People Affected by Drug Use How Can you Suppo rt • Host a c lothes recyc our Work? ling bank. • We servic e ban factories, o ks in car parks in ffic and shoppin es, supermarkets g centres, schools, sp clubs, com ort munity cen tres and ho s developme using nts • Organise a used cloth ing collecti your organ on in isation. • We provi de bags, flye rs an and collect all donatio d posters ns www.libertiesrecycling.com Registered Charity Number:14553 CHECK OUT OUR ADVERT ON PG 86 CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 www.gosave.ie genio editorial CHANGING LIVES ACROSS THE COUNTRY WHAT IS THE GENIO TRUST? Marguerite Mahon, a young woman from Dublin, has spent the last 12 years living in a residential centre for people with intellectual disabilities, segregated from the local community. For the first time in her life, she has moved into her own apartment, started a part-time job and has become a contributing member of society. With the support of her service provider and the local community she now has the independence she always wanted. Marguerite’s story is just one example of the many lives being changed through innovative initiatives across the country, undertaken in partnership with voluntary and statutory providers and supported by the Genio Trust. The Genio Trust was established in 2010 to support innovative projects that positively impact on the lives of people with disabilities and mental health difficulties and which tap into, and unleash, their competencies and abilities to enable them to achieve the life that they choose. Supported by the Atlantic Philanthropies, Genio works in collaboration with the Office for Disability and Mental Health, the HSE and non-governmental advocacy and service-providing organisations. Thousands of people in Ireland with disabilities and mental health difficulties continue to receive traditional services, many still living in institutions, which isolate them from society. The traditional approach of grouping people together in an effort to ‘fit’ them into available services, rather than designing customised services around the individual, usually leads to significant compromises, notwithstanding the dedication and commitment of staff involved. The innovative projects supported by the Genio Trust are highlighting ways to achieve better value for money, by basing resources on individuals’ needs rather than a standardised ‘one size fits all’ approach. Finbarr Flood, Chairperson of the Genio Trust says “There are examples of very positive and innovative work being carried out around the country supporting people to live as included members of their communities. It is our responsibility as a society to ensure that every individual has the same opportunity.” TO FIND OUT MORE ABOUT HOW YOU OR YOUR COMPANY CAN MAKE LASTING AND MEASUREABLE IMPACT ON THE EVERYDAY LIVES OF INDIVIDUALS ACROSS IRELAND VISIT WWW.GENIO.IE OR CALL GENIO ON 044 9385940. New Discount Card to Help Charities Raise Funds whilst giving Consumers Great Value Deals How Non-Profit Organisations Benefit from gosave.ie gosave cards provide consumers with a range of discounts, they also benefit charities and other non-profit groups throughout the country, including schools, sports clubs and community groups.That’s according to Damien O’Brien, Director of gosave.ie, the company behind the new ‘gosave’ discount cards. “Basically, we produce customised gosave cards for any charity or non-profit group that wants to use this model as a way of raising much-needed funds,” said Mr. O’Brien. “The charity can sell the cards directly to their supporters, or we can sell them through the gosave.ie website on their behalf – at no cost to them. So when a consumer pays €10 for his or her gosave card, a large percentage of that price goes directly to a good cause. “Charities that are already using gosave to raise funds include the Jack and Jill Foundation; To Russia With Love; the Hospice Foundation, and the Children’s Sunshine Home. “Non-profit groups are facing a lot of challenges at present, because their funding sources are being cut from all sides: there is less money available from government and philanthropic sources, and members of the public have less money to donate. So selling gosave cards is an ideal way to raise funds: by buying a card from their chosen charity, people not only help a good cause but avail of tangible benefits themselves through the gosave discounts and special offers.” The discount card launched on 11.08.10 will enable Irish consumers to save hundreds of euro each year and find the best-value deals within their local communities and nationwide. “The way gosave cards work is very simple,” said Mr. O’Brien. “Card-holders just need to look out for the gosave logo in shops and businesses, indicating they are offering gosave discounts, or they can check out the list of subscribed businesses on the gosave.ie website. Then all they have to do is present their gosave card to avail of a special offer or cut-price rate. “Cards only cost €10, and are valid for a 12-month period for unlimited use. Already, hundreds of businesses have subscribed to gosave, so this is a really good opportunity for Irish consumers to save some money.” – ‘gosave’ cards also provide charities with way of raising funds – A discount card launched on 11.08.10 will enable Irish consumers to save hundreds of euro each year and find the best-value deals within their local communities and nationwide. That’s according to Damien O’Brien, Director of gosave.ie, the company behind the new ‘gosave’ saver cards. “The way gosave cards work is very simple,” said Mr. O’Brien. “Card-holders just need to look out for the gosave logo in shops and businesses, indicating they are offering gosave discounts, or they can check out the list of subscribed businesses on the gosave.ie website. Then all they have to do is present their gosave card to avail of a special offer or cut-price rate. “Cards only cost €10, and are valid for a 12-month period for unlimited use. Already, hundreds of businesses have subscribed to gosave, so this is a really good opportunity for Irish consumers to save some money.” More information contact gosave.ie on • (041) 9760202 • Info@gosave.ie • Www.gosave.ie CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 CSR 51 THE FOURTH WAY In an increasingly hostile business market, an ethical agenda may be the key to survival for Irish businesses. Words: Ronan Foley, Managing Director of Ecclesiastical Insurance M CSR is not just an element of a company’s activity or some highbrow concept; it’s about recognition of the society in which we live and the acceptance of responsibility to contribute to this society which in turn leads to business success in a more multifaceted way. Vision, dialogue and leadership are the essential ingredients to the evolution and long-term prosperity of the CSR movement in the commercial world. Top line management must lead from the front and actively engage with its stakeholders to truly become socially responsible. There is now a real need for a holistic approach to deliver a paradigm shift (both cultural and structural) to the way CSR strategy is devised and implemented within modern forward looking organisations. CSR is something which must permeate throughout the organisation from the top down. It is incumbent on us as leaders in our organisations to take responsibility for implementing CSR. Otherwise, it just ultimately becomes another initiative or marketing tool rather than occupying the very core of the business. So, is a company really socially responsible if its’ day-to-day activity does not reflect or embrace core principles of ethics, philanthropy and mutual respect for all of those we share the world with? The true measure of CSR in an organisation is results; the positive impact we make on society. any companies speak of CSR more as a philosophy rather than as inherent part of their business. The acronym CSR seems to me to be a marketing tool for many corporations rather than what it is meant to be and stand for, namely an acceptance and deliverance of shared values and responsibility for communities both local and global. Unsurprisingly it was an American economist, Milton Friedman, who argued that the primary responsibility of business is to make a profit for its owners. His view, propounds the ‘every man for himself’ approach where prospering economies lead to positive outcomes for society. If the free market economy cannot meet social needs then it becomes the responsibility of government or not-for-profits to address the issue. This thinking has now been seriously undermined by the activities which we have all become witness to in the global economy and of course much closer to home. CSR 52 It is also true to say that businesses are beginning to realise that being good is good business. An ethical business should be the norm rather than the exception, and within Ecclesiastical our approach is proving that commercial rewards will follow. So are all companies who adopt CSR programmes really socially responsible? The answer is probably no but the tide is turning and as communications and technology make the world increasingly smaller, ethics and social participation will be increasingly necessary. CSR AND THE ECONOMIC CRISIS In the beleaguered commercial sector, CSR is more relevant now than ever in the context of the current global and domestic economic turmoil. Within the financial services sector, CSR is a vital component in helping rebuild the public’s trust, which is vital for the health of our social market economy. CSR in business can also point the way to new forms of value creation based on addressing societal challenges, which may represent a way out of the crisis. Many corporations now advertise heavily to inform the public of their social concerns and initiatives to address them. Take Exxon Mobil for example, a global company which advertises heavily to promote their green strategy demonstrating how their commercially viable innovations also provides a green dividend. A NEW FOURTH WAY OF DOING BUSINESS As we know organisations are generally categorised either as governmental, commercial or not-for-profit. A governance-led approach to a new fourth category which adopts an amalgam of principles from these three categories along with new principles can form the basis of a new approach. CSR in its current guise is in itself limiting. Corporations seeking to walk the talk should look at changing their very business structures to more accurately answer the question, ‘what are we doing to make a real difference?’ CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 the future of CSR The recent turmoil in business and the economy has highlighted faults within the political and corporate systems. A new ‘fourth way’ would require putting ethics at the top of the agenda from board level down. Organisations must develop more formal structures incorporating all stakeholders. The development of programmes such as the IOD’s business ethics course are signs of a sea change and this must be transplanted into the governance of business. Wouldn’t it be amazing if commercial entities offered board level participation to community leaders and social influencers? What if companies actually announced a ‘stakeholder dividend’ at the end of each year? This may seem a pipe dream now but the reality is that the world has changed and anything is possible. OPPORTUNITIES FOR NOT-FOR-PROFITS As CSR grows in momentum and scope, the not-for-profit sector can provide all the necessary tools from information to implementation. To do this, not-for-profits must change their mindset, putting themselves in the position of the business leader and see the world from their point of view. CEOs of charities and not-forprofits have a major role to play. By repositioning and presenting themselves as solution providers to companies to meet CSR objectives, not-for-profit’s can change the way businesses view them. The impressive innovation in the notfor-profit sector and closer collaboration within the sector through organisations such as The Wheel will unquestionably lead to consensus and consistency in the relationship between the second (profit) and third (not-for-profit) category organisations. It should eventually be possible for not-for-profit’s to become independent auditors of this ‘stakeholder dividend’ vision. Either way, not-forprofits can move from being seen as beneficiaries to facilitators, partnering commercial bodies towards a bigger, stakeholder-led picture. There is a long period of development ahead in cementing CSR as a backbone constituent of business, but things are changing for the better. Where it goes from here, time will tell. Ronan Foley is Managing Director for Ireland at Ecclesiastical Insurance Group and a thought leader in business management and leadership. He is a regular commentator on CSR and leadership in the Irish media. Vision, dialogue and leadership are the essential ingredients to the evolution and long-term prosperity of the CSR movement in the commercial world. CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 CSR 53 Safehouse built October 2008 One of two cl built Octoberassrooms 2010 The ACARA Lesotho Build Project was established to build and facilitate the construction of Safe Houses for orphans and vulnerable children, Schools and Medical Posts for communities in Lesotho, Southern Africa. Lesotho is an independent country totally landlocked by South Africa and is one of the 6 poorest African Countries. There are over 180,000 orphans in Lesotho. The average life expectancy is 35 years. The Mater Foundation is the official fundraising body of The Mater Misericordiae University Hospital in Dublin. It exists to inspire and enable financial support from the community for exceptional patient care at The Mater Misericordiae University Hospital. The main areas in the hospital we support are Breast Cancer, The Dublin Neurological Institute and Sudden Adult Death Syndrome through our Family Heart Screening Clinic. We are looking for skilled trade and non-trade volunteers who would like to get involved in making real change to the lives of the children of Lesotho on our next projects. Time is precious â€“ Please give them some! Get involved by calling us today on 01 4784505 or email firstname.lastname@example.org You can also follow us on Facebook by going to ACARA Lesotho Build Project or our website www.acara.ie/lesotho CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 Phone: 01 8303482 Email: email@example.com web: www.materfoundation.ie event calendar 2011 CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 CSR 55 55 CSR JANUARY 2011 SUN MON TUE WED THURS FRI SAT 1 New Yearâ€™s Day 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 10th - 16th HAVEN Awareness and Fundraising Wk 10th - 16th HAVEN Awareness and Fundraising Wk 10th - 16th HAVEN Awareness and Fundraising Wk 10th - 16th HAVEN Awareness and Fundraising Wk 10th - 16th HAVEN Awareness and Fundraising Wk 10th - 16th HAVEN Awareness and Fundraising Wk 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 16 10th - 16th HAVEN Awareness and Fundraising Wk Become an Office Hero today! T: 01 4530355 E: firstname.lastname@example.org CSR 56 Ballyragget, Co. Kilkenny P: 353 (0)56-8833777 Web: www.aislinn.ie CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 FEBRUARY 2011 SUN MON TUE 1 6 7 8 WED 2 9 THURS 3 10 FRI 4 SAT 5 FRIENDS OF ST LUKE'S HOSP. Street Collections Tralee HAVEN’S Ladies lunch-Saba Restaurant, Dublin 11 12 FRIENDS OF ST LUKE'S HOSP. Street Collections Tralee FRIENDS OF ST LUKE'S HOSP. Street Collections Killarney 13 14 15 16 17 18 FRIENDS OF ST LUKE'S HOSP. Street Collections Killarney 19 FRIENDS OF ST LUKE'S HOSP. Designer Sale at St. Luke’s Hospital Rathgar 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 FRIENDS OF ST LUKE'S HOSP. Designer Sale at St. Luke’s Hospital Rathgar 27 28 Ashleigh House, Damastown, D.15. Tel: 353 1 640 4087 www.coolminetc.ie Cuan Mhuire www.cuanmhuire.ie CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 CSR 57 MARCH 2011 SUN MON TUE WED THURS FRI SAT 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 ISPCC Childline Seven a Side Soccer Challenge - Dublin 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 St. Patrick’s Day 18 19 HAVEN’S Rugby Fundraising Lunch Four Seasons Hotel, Dublin 20 21 22 23 24 25 FRIENDS OF ST LUKE'S HOSP. Street Collections Sligo ISPCC Childline Seven a Side Soccer Challenge - Dublin 26 BELLAROSE Annual Parachute Jump 27 28 29 30 31 Who’d like to get involved? Why not get your company involved in helping men and women that are homeless in galway, Mayo and Roscommon? Nearly everyone who gets involved tell us how much they ‘got from the experience’. Far more than they could imagine. Friends of St.Lukes Phone: (01) 406 5314 www.friendsofstlukes.ie email@example.com CSR 58 Galway Simon Community 10 Montpellier Terrace, The Crescent, Galway. firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: 091 589415 www.galwaysimon.ie CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 APRIL 2011 SUN 3 MON 4 TUE 5 WED 6 ISPCC Childline Seven a Side Soccer Challenge Galway 10 OUR LADIES HOSPICE THURS FRI SAT 1 2 7 8 9 FRIENDS OF ST LUKE'S HOSP. Street Collections Edenderry, Offaly FRIENDS OF ST LUKE'S HOSP. Street Collections Edenderry, Offaly FORÓIGE Annual Foróige Leader’s Conference FORÓIGE Annual Foróige Leader’s Conference 11 12 13 14 15 16 18 19 20 21 22 23 CUAN MHUIRE Golf Tournament Kerry and Dublin football teams of the 70’s in Dublin Good Friday FRIENDS OF ST LUKE'S HOSP. Circuit of Ireland Motorbike Rally 28 29 Great Ireland Run FORÓIGE Annual Foróige Leader’s Conference ISPCC Childline Seven a Side Soccer Challenge - Cork 17 24 Easter 25 Easter Monday 26 27 MAKE-A-WISH World Wish Day 30 31 BELLAROSE Corporate Golf Challenge OUR LADIES HOSPICE Spring Raffle CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 CSR 59 MAY 2011 SUN MON TUE WED THURS FRI SAT 1 2 May Day 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 FRIENDS OF ST LUKE'S HOSP. Annual Golf classic at The Castle Golf Club 14th - 22rd HAVEN’S Build-it Week in Haiti Cuan Mhuire Hillwalking event Killarney 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 14th - 22rd HAVEN’S Build-it Week in Haiti 14th - 22rd HAVEN’S Build-it Week in Haiti 14th - 22rd HAVEN’S Build-it Week in Haiti 14th - 22rd HAVEN’S Build-it Week in Haiti 14th - 22rd HAVEN’S Build-it Week in Haiti 14th - 22rd HAVEN’S Build-it Week in Haiti FRIENDS OF ST LUKE'S HOSP. Street Collections Shannon,Clare FRIENDS OF ST LUKE'S HOSP. Street Collections Shannon,Clare 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 30 31 14th - 22rd HAVEN’S Build-it Week in Haiti 29 BELLAROSE Lug na Quilla DONATE. FUNDRAISE. T: 00353 1 681 5440 E: email@example.com W: www. havenpartnership.com CSR 60 www.ispcc.ie call 1850 50 40 50 CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 14th - 22rd HAVEN’S Build-it Week in Haiti JUNE 2011 SUN MON TUE WED THURS FRI SAT 1 2 3 4 5 6 Bank Holiday FRIENDS OF ST LUKE'S HOSP. Flora Mini-Marathon MAKE-A-WISH Flora Women’s Mini Marathon 7 8 9 10 11 OUR LADIES HOSPICE Sunflower Days 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 FRIENDS OF ST LUKE'S HOSP. Street Collections, Roscrea,Tipperary FRIENDS OF ST LUKE'S HOSP. Street Collections, Roscrea,Tipperary 24 FRIENDS OF ST LUKE'S HOSP. Midland Motorcycle Fun run OUR LADIES HOSPICE Sunflower Days 19 20 21 22 23 FRIENDS OF ST LUKE'S HOSP. Street Collections Dundalk, Louth 26 27 28 29 39 FRIENDS OF ST LUKE'S HOSP. Midland Motorcycle Fun run GALWAY SIMON Women’s Mini Marathon,Galway Please contact our fundraising team on 061 608980 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org WWW.MIDWESTSIMON.IE FRIENDS OF ST LUKE'S HOSP. Ladies Golf Society 25 OUR LADIES HOSPICE Hospice Midsummer Moonwalk FRIENDS OF ST LUKE'S HOSP. Midland Motorcycle Fun run OUR LADIES HOSPICE Women’s Mini Marathon OUR LADIES HOSPICE & CARE SERVICES www.olh.ie or call (01) 491 1072 CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 CSR 61 JULY 2011 SUN 3 MON 4 10 11 TUE WED 5 6 12 13 THURS FRI SAT 1 HAVEN Golf Classic 2 7 8 9 FRIENDS OF ST LUKE'S HOSP. Street Collections Monaghan FRIENDS OF ST LUKE'S HOSP. Street Collections Monaghan 14 15 16 GALWAY SIMON Flag Day Galway City 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 FORÓIGE Albert Schweitzer’s Leadership for Life Conference FORÓIGE Albert Schweitzer’s Leadership for Life Conference FORÓIGE Albert Schweitzer’s Leadership for Life Conference FORÓIGE Albert Schweitzer’s Leadership for Life Conference FORÓIGE Albert Schweitzer’s Leadership for Life Conference FRIENDS OF ST LUKE'S HOSP. Street Collections, Athlone, Westmeath 31 FRIENDS OF ST BELLAROSE LUKE'S HOSP. Overseas Walk, Breffni Challenge, Egypt Cavan 20km & 13km CSR 62 St. Michael’s House Services for People with Intellectual Disabilities Ballymun Road, Ballymun, Dublin 9 T: 01-8840200 W: www.smh.ie E: email@example.com CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 FRIENDS OF ST LUKE'S HOSP. Street Collections, Athlone, Westmeath AUGUST 2011 SUN MON TUE WED THURS FRI SAT 1 Bank Holiday 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 OUR LADIES HOSPICE Walk Challenge Poland BELLAROSE Overseas Walk, Thailand FRIENDS OF ST LUKE'S HOSP. Street Collections, Limerick FRIENDS OF ST LUKE'S HOSP. Street Collections, Limerick Phone: 01 8303482 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org web: www.materfoundation.ie CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 CSR 63 SEPTEMBER 2011 SUN 4 MON 5 TUE 6 WED 7 THURS FRI SAT 1 2 3 8 9 10 FRIENDS OF ST LUKE'S HOSP. Street Collections, Mullingar 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 MAKE-A-WISH Crystal Ball 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 OUR LADIES HOSPICE Coffee Morning CSR 64 CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 OCTOBER 2011 SUN MON TUE WED THURS FRI SAT 1 GALWAY SIMON Churchgate collection, Galway 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 GALWAY SIMON ISPCC Cheerios Childline Churchgate collection, Galway Breakfast Together Week ISPCC Cheerios Childline Breakfast Together Week FRIENDS OF ST LUKE'S HOSP. Street Collections, Navan, Meath ISPCC Cheerios Childline Breakfast Together Week ISPCC Cheerios Childline Breakfast Together Week ISPCC Cheerios Childline Breakfast Together Week 9 11 12 13 14 15 18 19 20 21 22 25 26 27 HAVEN’S Build-it Week in Haiti 10 ISPCC Cheerios Childline Breakfast Together Week ISPCC Cheerios Childline Breakfast Together Week 16 17 23 24 30 31 Bank Holiday HAVEN’S HAVEN’S Build-it Week Build-it Week in Haiti in Haiti ISPCC ISPCC ISPCC Halloween ISPCC Halloween Hoolie Hoolie FRIENDS OF ST LUKE'S HOSP. National Concert Hall Paddy Cole Concert FRIENDS OF ST LUKE'S HOSP. Overseas Sponsored Walk 28 HAVEN’S Build-it Week in Haiti FORÓIGE ISPCC permanent tsb ISPCC Halloween Foróige Youth Hoolie Citizenship Programme ISPCC ISPCC Halloween Hoolie 29 HAVEN’S Build-it Week in Haiti ISPCC ISPCC Halloween Hoolie BELLAROSE Las Vegas CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 CSR 65 NOVEMBER 2011 SUN MON TUE WED THURS FRI SAT 1 27th - 4th Nov. HAVEN’S Build-it Week in Haiti 2 27th - 4th Nov. HAVEN’S Build-it Week in Haiti 3 27th - 4th Nov. HAVEN’S Build-it Week in Haiti FRIENDS OF ST LUKE'S HOSP. Street Collections - Kildare, Athy & Celbridge 4 27th - 4th Nov. HAVEN’S Build-it Week in Haiti FRIENDS OF ST LUKE'S HOSP. Street Collections - Kildare, Athy & Celbridge 5 FRIENDS OF ST LUKE'S HOSP. Street Collections - Kildare, Athy & Celbridge 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 CSR 66 FRIENDS OF ST LUKE'S HOSP. Ladies Lunch Westbury Hotel OUR LADIES HOSPICE Blackrock Hospice Art Exhibition CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 DECEMBER 2011 SUN MON TUE 6 WED THURS FRI SAT FRIENDS OF ST LUKE'S HOSP. Christmas Cards for St Luke’s 1 2 3 7 8 9 10 4 5 OUR LADIES HOSPICE Light up a Life ISPCC ISPCC ISPCC ISPCC GALWAY SIMON FRIENDS OF ST ISPCC Holly Days ISPCC Holly Days ISPCC Holly Days ISPCC Holly Days Flag Day, Galway LUKE'S HOSP. Shopping Centres Street Collections Newbridge, ISPCC ISPCC Holly Days Kildare ISPCC ISPCC Holly Days 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 FRIENDS OF ST ISPCC ISPCC ISPCC ISPCC ISPCC LUKE'S HOSP. ISPCC Holly Days ISPCC Holly Days ISPCC Holly Days ISPCC Holly Days ISPCC Holly Days Street Collections Newbridge, Kildare ISPCC ISPCC Holly Days 18 19 20 21 25 26 27 Christmas Day St. Stephen’s Day FRIENDS OF ST LUKE'S HOSP. Christmas Day Swim at the 40 foot 28 FRIENDS OF ST LUKE'S HOSP. Street Collections - Nassau Street & Baggot Street 22 FRIENDS OF ST LUKE'S HOSP. Street Collections - Nassau Street & Baggot Street 23 24 29 30 31 New Year’s Eve Christmas Eve FRIENDS OF ST LUKE'S HOSP. Street Collections - Nassau Street & Baggot Street CHECK OUT OUR ADVERT ON PG 86 CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 www.gosave.ie CSR 67 THE GOOD PR GUIDE If you are thinking of managing your own PR campaign, it is vital to understand the basic aspects. SET OBJECTIVES Once you have an idea of what your message is, you can start to get specific and measure your success through key performance indicators (KPIs). If you’re launching a new campaign and are looking to increase exposure, getting media coverage might be an objective. Or if awareness of your new website is your goal, website hits can be a measure of success. Deciding on your aim and setting your objectives means you can adjust your campaign efforts accordingly, should you not be hitting targets as expected. GET CELEBRITY SUPPORT The quickest way to get column inches is to have a celebrity supporting your cause. When you are ready to announce your launch, have your celebrity supporter available for a press conference, interviews and ready for a photo shoot. Allowing media access to a celebrity or someone of notoriety will generally at least get a mention, or ideally an interview. It might not be the focal point of the interview, but you will get a degree of coverage. Always ensure your celebrity supporter is fully briefed on your charity, your project and what your objectives are. KNOW YOUR MEDIA Create a media list. This may be something you have to start from scratch or can just update but to get media attention, you need to have the contact details of the relevant editors, staff writers and journalists in the media outlets you’re targetting. A PR agency will classify media dependant on the audience they reach, but if you’re doing a DIY PR job it’s up to you to decide who your audience is and who you want to communicate with. If it’s maximum exposure, target television and newspapers. When you’re contacting a media outlet, you need to know your media inside out, so always do you homework. For example, if you’re CSR 68 targeting a magazine, get their last issue, read it and figure out where your news item will fit. PR is in effect free advertising but you do pay in time and effort. WRITING A PRESS RELEASE. ALWAYS: • SOCIAL MEDIA Social media is now part and parcel of our everyday lives, and it more than likely plays a large part in some of your potential donors lives and definitely plays a part in most journalists news gathering. If you’re breaking new ground on Twitter, Linked In or Facebook, do your research. There’s a variety of resources online about how a business should interact with their followers on social media sites. Have a look at how other charities interact, how often they update their status, how many followers they have etc. Fresh content is as important as not bombarding your users with information. ‘Timely and relevant’ should underscore all of your communications, whether it’s a press release or a social media update. MONITOR MEDIA Unless you’re using a professional media monitoring service, it’s difficult to check up on where you have been featured. If you have been promised a mention from a journalist or editor, drop them a follow up email and see if it’s been squeezed in. It’s also a good idea (and from an online reputation mentoring perspective) to check the web regularly and see if any stories regarding your charity and/or new project have appeared online. • • • • • • Double check, then triple check the information is correct. All facts and figures should be verified and set in stone before being distributed to the media. Shape the press release like an inverted pyramid; the absolutely essential information should be in the first paragraph and second paragraphs, and supplementary information should follow. Make sure your contact details are on the press release, ideally at the bottom. If you have a very meaty story, the maximum length of your release should be two pages, but you should aim for one page. Send a personalised email to each media contact; even if you are pasting the information in or using a mailing programme, ensure you are addressing the person individually. Either copy and paste the content of your press release into an email, below a personalised introductory email, or attach it to an accompanying email which outlines why you are getting in touch. Have images available on an FTP site with a link. Don’t send large attachments with a press release, or alternatively follow up your email with a call in a day or two to see if any images are required. If you know your media contact well, then consider sending images but don’t clog up inboxes with large attachments. CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 event planning THE MAIN EVENT A big event is essential for most charities as part of their annual fundraising efforts. Plan it like a professional with the following tips. T wo of the biggest musical events in recent memory – Live Aid and the subsequent Live 8 concerts – were effectively large-scale fundraising events. These events were designed to entertain their guests while sending a very sincere message about the desperate need for humanitarian and developmental aid in third world countries. While you are more than likely working on a smaller scale and to a much smaller budget, the same principles should be running through any event you have planned: to entertain your guests, hammer your message home and also maximise donations and fundraising potential. Here are some pointers to consider before you start planning a big event. FINANCE Potential revenue streams should really be at the forefront of your mind at the planning stage as it’s probably the primary reason for the event in the first place. Decide a target and take it from there. This will inform everything from your budget to the scale of the event, through to ticket prices and entertainment. For a series of small events, such as coffee mornings or coordinated book sales, obviously there’s an exchange of goods for money with all profits going toward the charity. With one large event however, such as a gala dinner or ball, revenue is likely to come from a combination of the following: • Table/ticket sales • Raffle • Sponsorship The more profit you can make on ticket sales versus your actual cost (while keeping it attractive for potential guests), the greater opportunity there is for revenue generation. Contact local businesses or individuals for support through sponsorship as early on as you can. If monetary sponsorship isn’t available, see if businesses will help out in ways such as beverages, donation of equipment or prizes for a raffle, another potential source of revenue. It’s important to keep your costs down, so see what aspects of your event you can have or use for free. PLANNING YOUR EVENT LOCATION It might be a way to unlock another potential avenue of fundraising but it’s also a good way to raise your charity’s profile and improve your market reach and brand recognition. An annual event such as an elegant gala ball can put your charity’s issue as centre stage alongside willing donors, corporate sponsors and general interested parties in your cause. It can get you some press attention – particularly if you have guests that have a media draw, so consider the type of event wisely. Location always plays a factor, through accessibility and capacity. The more centralised a location is, the easier it is to get to and the bigger likelihood of ticket sales. The type of event you are planning means an appropriate venue but as profit is the bottom line, ticket sales should be your priority and capacity should not be a restriction on potential revenue. TIMING You need to entertain your guests, so it’s worthwhile investing in an MC (or getting a celebrity or comfortable public speaker associated with your charity) to ensure the event runs smoothly. If you are running an event over an evening, a DJ or band will more than likely be required. Check with your venue to see if they have a relationship or a preferential rate with any performers or entertainers. And think outside the box; events with unusual performers encourage word of mouth and will make mark your event as a must on the calendar. While Challenge Anneka was fun to watch, in reality you probably don’t have a production team and unlimited budget to hand, so make sure you give yourself enough time to make your event happen. That’s where timing comes into it; make sure you give yourself plenty of time from the outset to get everything in place for your big event. It’s also worth checking with colleagues from other organisations and charities about any big events they’re planning to make sure your event doesn’t clash. ENTERTAINMENT " An annual event such as an elegant gala ball can put your charity's issue as centre stage alongside willing donors, corporate sponsors and general interested parties in your cause." CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 CSR 69 Cuan Mhuire is Ireland’s largest multi-site provider of Residential Detoxification & Treatment for those suffering from addictions. Cuan Mhuire is inspired by the belief that each human being is of eternal value, is made to the image and likeness of God and that there are no hopeless cases. The way of life in Cuan Mhuire is founded on unconditional love, which is passed on by the core members and staff to all residents. Treatment It takes place in a loving, caring, family atmosphere and includes the following: • Detoxification (Each centre has a detoxification unit) • Group Therapy • Individual Counselling • Meditation & Relaxation Therapy • Alternative Therapies • Videos/Films/Lectures • Therapeutic Duties • Attendance at A.A., N.A., and G.A. meetings • Family Days The programme is based on the philosophy of total abstinence. It strives to restore the confidence, selfrespect and sense of responsibility of the participants Family A sense of belonging and inclusiveness is central to Cuan Mhuire. We recognise the special importance of the Family. Consequently, every effort is made to support the families of those undertaking the programme. Where possible and appropriate the participation of family in the healing, recovery and rehabilitation of the person on the programme is encouraged and facilitated. Aftercare Aftercare is held for those in recovery and for their families. It is held weekly at various centres throughout the country. Family Days are held in all Cuan Mhuire Treatment Centres. Aftercare is provided for a minimum of two years. Additional Aftercare Venues • South Parish Community Centre, Cork • Teach Mhuire, 38/39 Lower Gardiner St,Dublin 1 • No. 4, St. Augustine Street, Galway • Oznam House,Day Place,Tralee, Co. Kerry • Social Services, Henry St, Limerick • Cuan Mhuire, Ballybay, Co.Monaghan • Cuan Mhuire, Ballycarron, Co.Tipperary Education/Personal Development Cuan Mhuire, Ballycarron Week 12 of the programme is facilitated in an idyllic setting at Cuan Mhuire, Ballycarron. Here residents participate in Group Therapy, Individual Counselling and Nature Study. This centre is also used for in-service training for Cuan Mhuire Staff. Enquiries: Tel: 062 72115 Galilee House of Studies,Athy A two Year Diploma Course in Counselling is provided at Galilee House. The course provides systematic training in counselling theory and practice at a level that prepares participants to counsel in a variety of settings and to use various Counselling approaches. Enquiries: Sr.M.Agnes Tel: 063 90555 Finance In Cuan Mhuire we have always relied heavily on voluntary contributions to enable us to reach out to those who need our services. Today, your support is more important than ever if we are to continue our work into the future. Care Team Nursing staff are on duty 24 hours a day. A doctor is on call at all times. Cuan Mhuire Counsellors are IAAAC accredited. Why We Are Special • We have an ‘open door policy’. • We provide a 24 hour service. • We have a unique and highly successful 12 week treatment programme and the willingness and ability to vary the length of stay to meet residents’ needs. • All Faiths and cultures are welcome and valued. • We provide training in life-skills and personal development. • At any given time, Cuan Mhuire caters for approximately 600 residents, with planning in place for new premises to cater for a further 48 persons. • Approximately 3,000 persons are admitted for residential treatment to the various Cuan Mhuire centres each year. • Cuan Mhuire, Farnanes is the first ‘female only’ treatment centre in Ireland. Cuan Mhuire www.cuanmhuire.ie CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 event planning continued "You should also have the information on your website, and update it regularly, ideally with an opportunity to donate or buy tickets online. It's important to harness social networks for events like these as there's no cost involved. . . " PUBLICITY ADMINISTRATION It’s important to make sure everyone is aware that your event is happening. Draft a press release/email with the relevent information and send it to the appropriate persons at local media outlets. If possible try and get a media partner for the event who will advertise the event for free, write the event up for you and hopefully provide a photographer. If it’s a localised, community event, get local groups involved and publicise the event accordingly. You need to ensure your accounts and paperwork is kept up to date. Have receipts for everything as well as an easy accessible spreadsheet of who is attending so you know when you reach capacity. Have all booking confirmations to hand and copies of everything available. If a dispute happens on the day before your big event, email or written confirmation will generally get the matter sorted out a lot quicker. You should also have the information on your website, and update it regularly, ideally with an opportunity to donate or buy tickets online. It’s important to harness social networks for events like these as there’s no cost involved – so set up a Twitter and Facebook account, and ensure as many relevant people as possible know about your event. If you’re due to receive payments or donations after the event, remember to keep all paperwork and thank everyone accordingly for their generosity and then start chasing up payment. Don’t forget to collect the information of all those who attended your event – this will be invaluable for letting attendees know about future events. 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Mary O’Kennedy, Chairperson of Fundraising Ireland and Director of O’Kennedy Consulting, talks to Trisha Doyle about the challenges facing the third sector in 2011. Can you give us some background on Fundraising Ireland and why it was set up? In October 2006, I was attending the International Fundraising Congress in Amsterdam along with a number of other Irish delegates. Over a drink, the discussion arose about the growing need to have a support and training network for fundraisers in Ireland and from small seeds in a bar in Holland, I pulled together a group of senior experienced fundraisers from leading charities as well as some advisors to the sector. We spent the next six months examining what support fundraisers really needed and in June 2007 we held our first training and information event which was attended by over 100 delegates and the rest, as they say, is history. How do you feel the current landscape is for fundraising? The current economic climate makes fundraising very challenging and the onus is on fundraisers to communicate effectively with existing donors and to develop creative approaches for attracting new donors. The bottom line is that organisations need to follow a more donor-centric approach and really examine what the donor expects from the relationship and how they want to be communicated with. Individuals are still giving but instead of supporting five or more organisations they are limiting their support to the one or two they are personally committed to and with which they have an emotional tie. CSR 74 Businesses are equally still giving but tend to be much more structured in their approach to charitable partnerships and are looking to partner with organisations that can demonstrate specific impact and long-term sustainability. The days of what we termed ‘chequebook philanthropy’ are well and truly over! The charities that are managing to hold their own despite the economic challenges are those working to a clear strategic plan, with a strong case for support and a broad range of fundraising avenues in operation. These charities will tend to have a good mix of income streams such as regular donations, community and volunteer fundraising, corporate partnerships, legacies, direct mail campaigns, as well as trusts and foundation and high-level donor support. Basically having an effective and well resourced fundraising strategy with a range of income streams will help to protect the charity from a sudden decline in income from one single source. During the Celtic Tiger years, some organisations focused almost solely on income from the high-profile charity balls and particularly the income that the auctions generated – unfortunately if the charities did not engage with the ball attendees outside of the events or capture their contact details, they have been left without a committed donor database which is causing significant challenges for some organisations. Two key recommendations I give your clients at the moment are that: you must ‘friend-raise’ before you fundraise, and also that in order to raise funds you must invest funds – charities who fail to invest in their fundraising and proactively engage with their donors and supporters in these challenging times will be left behind when the economy begins to recover. "The charities that are managing to hold their own despite the economic challenges are those working to a clear strategic plan, with a strong case for support and a broad range of fundraising avenues in operation." CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 fundraising Ensuring that fundraising staff are given the right training, support and opportunities to network is also hugely important and Fundraising Ireland, which I currently Chair, has recently launched a membership programme which will give fundraisers access to top quality training, mentoring and guidance to ensure the best return for the charities they represent. We also insist that members sign up to a professional code of conduct, ensuring that they operate in an ethical and principled manner when it comes to their fundraising models and their engagement with the public. We also need to begin to create an embedded culture of philanthropy in Ireland and in order to do this I believe we need to actively encourage our government to appoint an ambassador for philanthropy – the UK already have a fantastic ambassador for philanthropy in Dame Stephanie Shirley, who is both an advocate for giving and a significant philanthropist in her own right. What are the biggest challenges facing fundraisers? Have you any advice on how to turn these into positives? One of the biggest challenges is to make your charity or your campaign stand out from the crowd. Fundraisers need to look at recent success stories to understand how others have made themselves stand out. Look at the stories behind the leading charity campaigns or even read through the list of the Chambers Ireland CSR winners to gain inspiration. Networking with other fundraisers is also a great way to pick up tips on successful fundraising techniques – Fundraising Ireland provides a perfect porthole for this. The other big challenge for fundraisers at the moment, which I already touched on, is getting the budget and resources they need to generate income. Ideally fundraisers should be providing their CEOs and boards with their 12 month fundraising plan, including costs of each fundraising method and the minimum return that can be expected from each proposed avenue. “For every €1 we invest, we’ll get a minimum of €4 back” can be a positive motivator for a board! Can you give us some examples of ways charities can maximise sponsorship opportunities? The most successful corporate/charity partnerships are established by charities which follow a well-prepared approach to building relationships. Key parts to the formula include setting clear objectives for the project which requires funding, undertaking detailed research about the prospective corporate partner to ensure a good match – after all, you need to know who you are approaching - and preparing a presentation which is both professional and clearly defines the benefits to all parties of the partnership. In the case of sponsorship in particular, a charity must be able to show the potential corporate sponsor what the return on their investment will be, how many people will be made aware of the sponsorship, how will their brand be promoted, to what markets, through which avenues and how many times. Good examples include The Danone Big Toddle for Barnardos, a really good brand fit, as well as the Flora Women’s Mini Marathon and Bewley’s support for Ireland’s Biggest Coffee Morning in aid of The Irish Hospice Foundation and the individual hospices across the country – charities must find the right fit for their organisation and benefits must accrue both ways! Any sponsorship agreement should be signed as a proper contract between the not-for-profit organisation and the company – charities tend to be lax in this area and it can lead to difficulties if things don’t go exactly according to plan! How can businesses maximise on the commercial benefits of corporate sponsorship of fundraising activities with a charity? A business should have a comprehensive CSR strategy in place with clearly defined objectives and outcomes. O’Kennedy Consulting works with businesses to help align their overall CSR strategy with the core business values and we also help set up charity partnerships through which their objectives can be reached – ensuring they are reaching out to their core audience. A company’s staff and customers will tend to be positively motivated by a business that is not just successful but is also making a difference to the community where it is based and the environment in which it operates. Just as an example, over 20 years ago, American Express decided to renovate the Statue of Liberty as a philanthropic gesture and donated $1.75 million towards the renovation. Americans were delighted with this show of generosity and applications for Amex Cards went up by 45 per cent in the six months following the announcement! " Any sponsorship agreement should be signed as a proper contract between the not-for-profit organisation and the company - charities tend to be lax in this area and it can lead to difficulties if things don't go exactly according to plan!" CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 CSR 75 At St Luke’s Hospital, Dublin patients from all over the country receive radiotherapy treatment in a bright, clean, modern and well equipped facility in the beautiful surrounds of 18 acres of grass and woodland. This healing environment only exists because of our wonderful fundraisers. All funds raised go directly to improving and maintaining the patient experience of St Luke’s. In the last number of years The Friends have funded a new CT Simulator and the upgrade of the x-ray and digital diagnostic imaging Department. In 2010 The Friends are funding the upgrade of Oakland Lodge our home from home in the grounds where patients who have long distances to travel, stay during their treatment. With your help we can continue to provide the care so essential to all patients who attend St. Luke’s. To organise a fundraising event or make a donation please telephone us on (01) 406 5314, Email us on firstname.lastname@example.org or log on to our website www.friendsofstlukes.ie . You can also find us on facebook , ds Ki ng and ro St lies ities ing mi mun ild Fa Bu ng Com ro St ong r St YMCA - City of Dublin founded in 1849, is the second oldest YMCA in the world. We are located in the City Centre on Aungier Street and in Sandymount on Claremont Road. We offer a wide variety of services to the community at large, including; • Youth programmes • Childcare • Job training • Housing for young people that are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless • Sports and fitness training YMCA • Dance classes City of Dublin and much more. Aungier Street, Dublin 2, The Dublin YMCA is Ireland. open to all, regardless of faith, social class, Fax / Phone: ethnicity, age or gender +353 1 478 2607 Email: email@example.com Web: www.ymca.ie The Friends of St. Lukes Hospital Dublin Cystic Fibrosis (CF), is Ireland’s most common genetically inherited disease. Ireland has the highest incidence of this disease in the developed world. 1 in 19 of our population are carriers of the recessive CF gene. When to two carriers parent a lp; rive lities e child together, there is a h e d ci an in th ent fa ereby r CF 1 in 4 chance of c s the child being ou ith u reatmCF, th for ou y w born with CF, w er er t for ife Ho artn e bett itals ity of l an incurable • P vid osp ual t in disease of the r en staff. ro ur h g q ou v y p e lungs. o vin . g ’ te ur as in pro nity AI ear isin yo ora im mmu t CF he Y ndra ong corp The Cystic Fibrosis co elec of t a fu r am ible y t Association of Ireland • S arit nise es o duc h s e i (CFAI), the body a ‘C rg em x-d responsible for providing • O ur pr a ta appropriate services to the yo ake n. CF community, depends • M natio totally on voluntary fundraising do and donations to do so. Provision of isolated ensuite facilities at strategically located hospitals in Ireland is a priority, in the ongoing quest to prevent cross-infection of Cystic Fibrosis sufferers. CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 fundraising FUTURE FUNDING CONTINUED Action plan Five top tips for fundraisers. 1. Ensure your charity has a strong donor-centric case for support. 2. A three to five year fundraising strategy is essential to build long term, sustainable income. 3. Store your supporter data on one single, clean database. 4. Utilise a broad range of fundraising initiatives and don’t be afraid to try something new. 5. Remember to thank all your supporters every time they help you! Six simple fundraising ideas Every charity is different and there is no set of fundraising activities which suit every organisation equally Implementing initiatives which are ‘renewable’ are always recommended as the benefits from an initial investment in an activity can be reaped time and again. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Recruiting regular donors by direct mail or face-toface (and then keeping them on board through regular communication). Develop a high-level donor strategy – for companies, trusts and foundations and high-networth donors. Integrating online fundraising techniques and new media innovations. Launch a legacy programme (see www. legacypromotion.ie). Establishing ownership of an annual event – ideally that is sponsored by a company. Engage volunteers at a community level – your bread and butter! Bio: Mary O’Kennedy is the Founding Director of O’Kennedy Consulting. Education: Secondary/Third Level: Alexandra College, Milltown University College Dublin. Honourable Society of the Kings Inns Career: Fundraising Officer, Trocaire Donor Development Manager, DCU Educational Trust Executive Director, CCS, Founder and Director, O’Kennedy Consulting Current Voluntary Positions: Chair, Fundraising Ireland www.fundraisingireland. ie Chair, EU Consult, the European Association to and about the not-for-profit sector www.eu-consult.org Career high: Launching O’Kennedy Consulting in 2002 and seeing it go from strength to strength. We are now a core team of three but work with associates and partners in Ireland, the UK and further afield. Also seeing Fundraising Ireland grow from a small informal network to being the leading voice for fundraisers in Ireland and being a part of that! O’Kennedy Consulting O'Kennedy Consulting was set up in 2002 in response to an ever increasing need in the Irish market for expert advice and guidance on fundraising and communications issues in the not-for-profit sector. Today O’Kennedy Consulting advises organisations throughout Ireland and UK, and has a strategic influence reaching across Europe. For more information on O'Kennedy Consulting, visit www.okennedyconsulting.ie Fundraising Ireland Established in 2007, Fundraising Ireland is the association for professional fundraisers in Ireland, and seek to foster excellence in fundraising and to promote high ethical standards for the fundraising profession in Ireland. Fundraising Ireland have just relaunched their new website, www. fundraisingireland.ie. Career low: I haven’t really had any career lows as luckily I am an optimist by nature–for every challenge there is a solution! " Two key recommendations I give clients at the moment are that: you must 'friend-raise' before you fundraise, and also that in order to raise funds you must invest funds" CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 CSR 77 Millenium House Beaumount Road Dublin 9 Phone 8513098 firstname.lastname@example.org www.childrenfirst.ie Ballyragget, Co. Kilkenny, Ireland. P: 353 (0)56-8833777 F: 353(0)56-8833780 Email: email@example.com Web: www.aislinn.ie Aislinn is a Drug Free Residential Treatment Centre that believes in the priceless potential of young people. Our purpose is to provide quality treatment for persons between the ages of 15-21 years and to assist families by offering an Addiction Awareness Programme. We believe in a skilled professional team approach to individualised care, respecting dignity while fostering self-worth and supporting the emotional, mental, social, recreational and spiritual development of each individual. We serve one another by recognising each personâ€™s unique gifts, quality of performance and their need for constant updating, support and personal growth. As a non profit-making organisation our success will be demonstrated through continuing care, financial integrity and community wellbeing. The Aislinn Centre is situated on a twelve-acre site on the banks of the River Nore in Ballyragget, County Kilkenny. Aislinn is a non-profit making quality drugfree residential treatment Centre for male and female adolescents (15 up to 21 years). The first of its kind for this age group in Ireland, the twelve-bedded unit offers a safe place for youth who are chemically dependent (alcohol and drugs). Our Programme consists of six weeks residential treatment, followed by two years Aftercare. Aislinn has built into its treatment Plan a Family Awareness Programme, which is carried through into the Aftercare and this assists the resident in the early stages of recovery. Our Mission Statement is supported by our Core Values, which are, Respect, Uniqueness of the Individual, Teamwork, Quality of Service, Accountability CSR 78 CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 CLEARP INT MEDIA CLEARPOINT CSR COMPANY OF THE YEAR 2011 WE WANT TO HEAR ABOUT THE COMPANY THAT HAS REALLY MADE A DIFFERENCE TO YOUR CHARITY Charities are now increasinly reliant on corporate support and many Irish companies are stepping up to the plate, working with Irish charities and improving conditions for many diverse groups across Ireland and the world. With this in mind, we are looking for nominations for the company that has truly made a difference to your charity in 2011. To nominate your Clearpoint CSR Company of the Year 2011, simply send your nomination to firstname.lastname@example.org with the following details: • Your name and your charity’s details • The details of the company you wish to nominate • How they have assisted you • Why they should be the Clearpoint CSR Company of the Year 2011. The winning company will be profiled in the 2012 CSR Directory, along with their charity partners. Please note: all entries must be in by the 2nd of September 2011. THE CLEARPOINT CSR COMPANY OF THE YEAR 2011 For more information on the Awards, please contact Greg O’Sullivan at: email@example.com orDIRECTORY call (01) CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY 2011 205 6700. CSR 79 AN IRISH SOCIAL ENTERPRISE strial Estate, Kylemore Rd, Dublin 10, Ireland. 1) 419 3993 | E: firstname.lastname@example.org g.com LIBERTIES RECYCLING TRAINING & DEVELOPMENT CLOTHING RECYCLING REHABILITATION TRAINING Recycle Unwanted Clothing while Supporting a Charity with Liberties Recycling Liberties Recycling Training and Development is a Fas sponsored non-profit social enterprise that aims to encourage people to recycle their unwanted clothing and footwear. Liberties Recycling, working in partnership with Merchants Quay Ireland, provides clothes recycling banks and collections to businesses, shopping centres, supermarkets, housing developments, community groups and facilities, local authority recycling bring centres, schools and charity shops. Liberties Recycling is a rehabilitation project for people affected by drug use. It provides practical work experience, certified training and rehabilitation supports to prepare people for mainstream employment, education and further training. They are now looking for new sites for clothes recycling banks to facilitate the public and local businesses and communities who wish to support the project. The recycling banks are attractive and are serviced and maintained to the highest standards. Liberties Recycling can also organise a collection service for schools, charity shops, businesses and community groups. Unlike others involved in textile recycling Liberties Recycling provide employment to over sixty people in collecting, sorting, grading and baling clothing. The project exports directly to developing countries. To host a textile bank, organise a collection or for more information please contact: www.libertiesrecycling.com CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 volunteering MAKING A DIFFERENCE Volunteers are the lifeblood of many charities. But, as Yvonne McKenna, Chief Executive Officer of Volunteer Centres Ireland explains, it’s not just the charities who benefit; as recent research has shown, volunteering benefits individuals on a personal level too. V olunteering is defined as being any action undertaken of a person’s own freewill for the benefit of others for which no payment is received. More than this, it is the building block of community. Volunteering is an essential sign of a society in which people care for one another. Without it, we are only a country of individuals. A HISTORY OF VOLUNTEERING Ireland has a long and strong tradition of volunteering, although the statistical research on volunteering in Ireland is relatively recent. The 2006 census marked the first time the Irish population were asked a question about their voluntary participation. According to the initial results, one in six of the population aged 15 and over were involved in a voluntary activity. The census did not identify a significant difference between the numbers of males or females volunteering. The data disclosed that one in four of all volunteers were in their 40s while people aged 20-24 years were the least likely to volunteer (10.4 per cent). The census also demonstrated a strong correlation between education attainment and volunteering, whereby skilled professionals were most likely to volunteer. HELPING HANDS MUTUAL BENEFITS Volunteers are the lifeblood and backbone of many organisations who simply could not operate without them. Many organisations provide services entirely run by volunteers while other organisations are able to increase their capacity - extend or diversify services - because they involve volunteers. However volunteers offer organisations more than just helping hands. Volunteers are often highly skilled individuals with exclusive expertise that can benefit organisations. They also tend to come from all walks of life and their diverse backgrounds serve to enrich both the organisation and the service user’s experience of the organisation. By giving of their time freely, volunteers are often demonstrating a genuine enthusiasm (or passion) for the organisation’s cause, and the fact that they are not paid by the organisation allows them to give, among other things, objective feedback. Volunteers have just as much to gain from volunteering as the organisations they volunteer with. Volunteering has been shown to have a positive impact on both the physical and mental wellbeing of volunteers. Researchers have found lower levels of depression amongst people who volunteer, as well as evidence that older people who volunteer live longer! The benefits of volunteering include meeting new people, gaining and improving skills that can improve job prospects, working on causes that are important to the volunteer, giving back to the community and feeling that one can make a difference. Volunteering can also be relaxing and a lot of fun! BUSINESS BENEFITS There are many good reasons why companies should support Employee Supported Volunteering. Getting involved with the local community will foster positive relationships between local communities and business leaders and will improve the public image of the company. It can also promote an image of a positive work environment that leads to a cohesive, motivated workforce, this improves employee retention and employee morale, thus reducing absenteeism. It is an excellent way for companies to supplement financial sponsorship and gives weight to their commitment to the community. Getting involved with the local community will foster positive relationships between local communities and business leaders and will improve the public image of the company. CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 CSR 81 Disabled Drivers Association Ireland The Disabled Drivers Association of Ireland (DDAI) is an organisation working for disabled people, promoting independence and equal opportunity through mobility, education and training. The organisations members are people with disabilities themselves. Cancer Care West is the West of Ireland cancer charity, dedicated to supporting those whose lives have been affected by a cancer diagnosis. We provide a wide range of cancer support and residential services to cancer patients and their families. All of our services are provided at no cost to the patient/family member, which is made possible through the continued generosity of our donors and fundraisers. How you can help Cancer Care West in 2011: Our driving school is unique in that it is the only year round residential driving school in Ireland. Driving lessons in diversely adapted nd vehicles are given as ela r I , ayo part of an intensive o. M 4054 C , programme of driving s 936 6 orri instruction. rem 3 094 6 426 6 a l 5 3 3 C 4 9 6 43 : +3 ne, ndi hone 353 09 94 93 i.ie i l l P a 0 Ba or + +353 o@dd i.ie f a : n d i x Fa ail: w.d Em b: ww We SWAP SUITS FOR BOOTS BOOST staff morale! STRENGTHEN staff relationships! SHOW your commitment in the community! HOW TO GET INVOLVED…. SEND a team overseas VOLUNTEER in Dublin Email: email@example.com Telephone: 01 6299611 Website: www.habitatireland.ie SET UP payroll giving BUILDING HOMES, BUILDING COMMUNITY, BUILDING HOPE Registered Charity CHY15187 • • • • • Nominate Cancer Care West as your charity of choice for 2011 Make a monthly or one time donation to Cancer Care West Participate in one of our sporting or cultural events Organise your own fundraising event in your own organization/community Corporate sponsorship For further information please contact Cancer Care West Phone: 091 545000 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org www.cancercarewest.ie Cancer Care West - supporting cancer patients and their families in the West of Ireland Chronic Pain is a complex debilitating, undertreated and under diagnosed disease; for which there is no cure. Chronic Pain Ireland (CPI) provides information and support to those living with Chronic Pain. One of CPI’s primary objectives is to create a greater awareness of the disease and its devastating impact. CPI runs Workshops on Self Management Techniques. Living with pain 24/7 is a huge challenge where careers are lost, relationships damaged, spirits broken. The workshops provide the participant with the tools to better manage living with their pain. Chronic Pain Ireland, Carmichael Centre, North Brunswick St., Dublin 7. Tel: +353 1 8047567 Email: email@example.com Web: www.chronicpain.ie CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 volunteering For employees, volunteering allows them to develop leadership and communications skills while the different working environments challenge them and provides an opportunity for them to interact with employees from other departments and levels of the company. For others, it might simply be an introduction to volunteering and something they might like to pursue in their own time. (For more information about employee supported volunteering and how your business can get involved, contact Business in the Community or log on to www.bitc.ie.) VOLUNTEERING INFRASTRUCTURE There are two national volunteering bodies in Ireland, Volunteer Centres Ireland and Volunteering Ireland. Volunteer Centres Ireland is the national Volunteer Centre. They are a representative body, support agency and membership organisation for a growing number of local Volunteer Centres in Ireland. Volunteering Ireland is a peak body for all organisations involving volunteers in their work and a representative voice for volunteering in Ireland. There are currently 22 local Volunteer Centres in Ireland, and the centres offer a placement service and individuals interested in volunteering can register with the centres or apply directly for opportunities online. Equally organisations that have vacancies can source volunteers through their local centres. The centres share the only national online database of volunteering opportunities, which is administered by Volunteer Centres Ireland and hosted on www.volunteer.ie. ENCOURAGING VOLUNTEERING Contrary to common perception todayâ€™s challenge is not finding volunteers, itâ€™s about creating suitable, interesting and engaging roles for them. Whether they involve one or 1000 volunteers, volunteer involving organisations need to ensure they manage volunteers effectively - from how an individual volunteer fits in and works alongside paid staff (if there are any) to creating and maintaining extended volunteer programmes. Central to any successful volunteering programme, big or small, is effective volunteer management. As well as providing their day-to-day placement service, Volunteer Centre staff are accredited through Open College Network Northern Ireland (OCNNI) - to deliver the VCI National Volunteer Management Training Programme. "For employees, volunteering allows them to develop leadership and communications skills while the different working environments challenge them and provides an opportunity for them to interact with employees from other departments and levels of the company." WANT TO KNOW MORE? To find out more about volunteering or employee supported volunteering in Ireland contact: Business in the Community www.bitc.com Volunteer Centres Ireland www.volunteer.ie Volunteering Ireland www volunteeringireland.ie CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 CSR 83 Fight for Sight, 4, Parnell Street, Waterford. Tel. No. 051 878088 e.mail firstname.lastname@example.org th e 19 84 t Figh t of for sig Si g h Sin d to tablishmen its es t in ce p h a . ss lo harity devote on nti ded n ve re s fu h sa ti C rish nI • Eyebank Ireland • Purchased eye equipment for hospitals in Ireland and Africa • Free screening nationwide for Glaucoma and Diabetic Retinopathy • Produced educational DVDs and leaflets • Supporting annual clinics in the village of Nuu in Kenya and funding cataract operations there. All this has been achieved through fundraising, donations and bequests. Carmichael Centre is committed to building stronger charitable, community and voluntary groups nationwide by providing the shared services, targeted training, good practice and governance support they need to build effective and sustainable organisations. Delivering Services: Find out how we can help organisations in your community evolve and grow by visiting www. carmichaelcentre .ie - Office Space - Meeting Rooms - IT Support - Payroll & Accountancy Outsourcing - Training & Support - Social Media Guidance - Administrative Support www.carmichaelcentre.ie Who is CASA? CASA is a voluntary organisation established in 1981, whose goal is to develop friendships and social outlets for people with disabilities through a variety of social activities What we do? • Social Activities. • Respite Breaks. • Pilgrimages to Lourdes How can you help? • Volunteer with a Local Group. • Make a Donation or take out a Direct Debit. • Donate to one of our Charity Shops. • Visit Restaurant Ten Fourteen in Clontarf, which is owned by CASA with all profits going to our activities. www.restaurant1014.com • Organise or participate in a fundraising event Carmichael House, North Brunswick St., Dublin 7. Tel: (01) 872 5300 Web: www.casa.ie CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 interview THE PERFECT PARTNERSHIP Justin Kilcullen, Director of Trócaire, outlines the challenges the charity will face in 2011 and why charitable support from businesses is becoming increasingly important. What have been your big projects in 2010? With and through our partners, Trócaire works with poor and marginalised people to tackle poverty and injustice in 27 developing countries in Africa, Asia and Latin America and the Middle East. During 2010 we also responded in a substantive way to the extensive flooding in Pakistan while also dealing with the humanitarian impact of the earthquake in Haiti. What have you planned for 2011? Key fundraising initiatives in the year included our annual Lenten Appeal and Schools Fast as well as the Trócaire Christmas Global Gift campaign. In addition we launched a very successful fundraising partnership with Comhaltas Ceoltoiri Eireann, ‘Trad for Trócaire’ in 2010. How has the current economic climate impacted on your fundraising and donations you have received? The deteriorating state of government finances, and consequent cuts in overseas development aid, has impacted heavily on our work this year. We expect more cuts over the next few years, cuts which will impact most heavily on poor families and communities in countries where we work. The Irish public, despite the recession, continue to respond most generously to international development work and we are also grateful to companies like Supermacs who currently support that work. We will however be looking to the wider business community to increase its support for our work in 2011 and beyond. What benefits would a business receive from supporting a charity like Trócaire? As a key player in the Irish development sector with very high brand recognition and an extensive supporter base, a business association with Trócaire would reflect positively on staff and strengthen relationships with customers and vendors. It would also reinforce a company’s credentials as a socially responsible business. How did you become involved with Supermacs? Supermacs have been supporters of our work over many years. Thanks to its founder and Managing Director, Pat McDonagh, its loyal staff and broad customer base, they have responded readily, and without prompting, to emergency humanitarian appeals as well as raising thousands of euro for our core work. The Irish public, despite the recession, continue to respond most generously to international development work and we are also grateful to companies like Supermacs who currently support that work. ABOUT TRÓCAIRE In three years time, Trócaire will celebrate its 40th birthday. With a core staff of about 300 and some brave and determined partners around the world, they have responded to the wishes of the Irish people for the last 37 years and changed the lives of countless thousands of poor and vulnerable people. Are there any specific ways you generally work with businesses that wish to support you? Because every business is unique we know that any company will want to support us in a way that suits it. So, whether it’s a small company that wants to support a specific project, or a larger company looking for a more strategic partnership, Trócaire will explore the partnership that best suit the company. CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 CSR 85 Temple Street Children’s University Hospital provides care to over 125,000 sick and injured children in Ireland every year. To find out how you can help make a real and lasting difference please call The Fundraising Office today on 01 878 4344 or visit www.templestreet.ie er Hel pu sa nd we ’ll al l el fe tt be Web: www.iwa.ie Email: email@example.com Telephone: 01 8186400 WIN €5000 WORTH OF GOSAVE.IE FUNDRAISING CARDS FOR YOUR ORGANISATION How long are gosave.ie saver cards valid for? A. 6 Months B. 12 Months IWA was founded in 1960 by a small group of wheelchair users committed to improving the lives of people with physical disabilities in Ireland. Fifty years later, IWA continues to provide services nationwide, including 57 resource and outreach centres; assisted living services; motoring advice, assessment and tuition; youth services; training and education; holidays; wheelchair sales and rental; peer counseling and sport. IWA’s strength is in its people. We are a diverse organisation, involving people of all ages and many different types of disability. Whatever your skills or interests, we encourage you to become actively involved in our Association. C. 18 Months Email your name and answer to firstname.lastname@example.org T&C’s available at www.gosave.ie/go-fundraise/competition Winner will be notified by mail .Competition ends March 31st Unit 3, Millmount Development Centre, Drogheda, Co Louth, Ireland. P: +353 (0)41 976 0202 Pembroke House, Upper Pembroke Street 28-32, Dublin 2, Ireland. P: +353 (0)1 687 0967 The Irish Wheelchair Association(IWA) is a national organisation dedicated to the achievement of full social, economic and educational integration of people with disability as equal, independent and participative members of the community. Can you volunteer some time, give us some of your expert advice, join “Friends of IWA”, run an Angel event or consider us as a partner in your selection of charity of the year? If so please contact us on 01 818 6400 or email email@example.com E: firstname.lastname@example.org W: www.gosave.ie Find us on facebook: www.facebook.com/gosave.ie CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 interview THE PERFECT PARTNERSHIP Pat McDonagh, Managing Director of Supermacs, explains why clarity in charities is so important and how supporting Trócaire has benefited his business. Why did you decide to get involved with Trócaire? I got involved with Trócaire because I knew Bishop Kirby, the organisation’s Chairman for quite some time. It’s a Christian charity and practically all of its funds go to people in need. How was the current economic climate affected your giving to charity? The current climate makes it much more difficult to collect money because of the fear factor of what lies ahead. However Trócaire and other similar charities need to be engaged with the public as to what they are doing and have done a good job in getting their message out there. Unfortunately it generally takes a disaster for people to trigger their conscience and donate something. What ideas have you employed to fundraise? Generally our fundraising comes from two sources: collection boxes in the shops and through company donations where we match whatever comes in from the collection boxes. How do you feel working with a charity benefits a business? As other charities become more aggressive in fundraising, there are constant requests from other charities to help them out. The benefits that any company derives from association with a charity are numerous, from a public and staff perspective. It gives a feel good factor for staff to know that they are contributing to a good cause. Many of our staff are from countries that have suffered from a catastrophe and therefore appreciate the help given. What specific projects with Trócaire have you been involved with? Over the last few years we have helped out a number of projects the Pakistani flooding, the earthquake in Haiti, the earthquake in Pakistan, the famine in Somalia among several others. What advice would you have for a charity on approaching a business for corporate sponsors? Charities in today’s climate need to be upfront about how they spend donations, what amount is used for administration and indeed are the accounts audited. With so much media coverage on other charities and their alleged misappropriation of funds, it’s charities like Trócaire that get support, because they show clarity in their accounts. Trócaire and other similar charities need to be engaged with the public as to what they are doing and have done a good job in getting their message out there. ABOUT SUPERMACS Founded in Ballinasloe, Galway in 1978, Supermacs is a fast food chain with over 90 stores throughout Ireland and Northern Ireland and employs over 2500 people. We have also helped out other charities such as Goal, The Sunflower Children as well as other Irish charities. We have been involved in charity work from the beginning and because we work with the local community, we get many requests from both local and national groups for sponsorships and we’re happy to help where we can. However because we can only help out so many, we nominate a few charities of choice each year. CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 CSR 87 BUSINESS IMPACT BITCI explain how the new Business Impact Map can benefit businesses I t is clearly in the business interest to continually measure and improve on their impact but many companies are not sure how to effectively do this. What does impact mean? Essentially it’s about the goods and services a business produces, how it buys and sells, how it affects the environment, the jobs it creates, how it recruits, trains and develops its own people, the profits it makes for investors, how it invests in the community and respects the rights of people—all adding together to form the impact of a business. Through measuring, improving and reporting their impact, companies are improving quality management across all business functions, leading to business excellence, reduced risk and real return on investment. Business in the Community Ireland (BITCI) works with companies on measuring and reporting. Recently, as part of the 2010 National Corporate Responsibility Week, they launched a new interactive map showcasing the impacts member companies have on their communities throughout Ireland. MAPPING IMPACT The ‘Business Impact Map’ was developed by BITCI and is the first of its kind in Ireland. The map depicts the impact in 2009 of 30 large companies engaging in pro-active corporate social responsibility. The companies featured on it include KPMG, Intel, Bord Gáis, Abbott Laboratories, Diageo Ireland and Telefonica O2, amongst others. The map is designed to show the impact businesses can have on societal issues such as health, education, homelessness, social inclusion, disability and addiction and it is planned to inspire the development of further community and business partnerships. The map was designed using Microsoft’s Bing mapping technology and is interactive – allowing the user to search the map using a range of different options. One of the key features is the ability to view national statistics, company information and county figures. KEY STATISTICS ON THE MAP SHOW: • • • • • 3600 community and voluntary organisations supported 107,000 volunteer hours donated by employees €14.7 million support in cash donations Over €2.7 million in value for in-kind donations €3.3 million raised through fundraising by employees SCALE This is the first time that the impact of businesses within society has been measured on such a scale. The support of business cannot be underestimated and the need for such support will only grow in years to come as budgets are restricted. There are thousands of companies doing fantastic work in their communities and this is just the first step in reporting and communicating some of the work carried out. AIB - Better Ireland Programme CSR 88 CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 measuring success "The map is designed to show the impact businesses can have on societal issues such as health, education, homelessness, social inclusion, disability and addiction and it is planned to inspire the development of further community and business partnerships. " WHAT NEXT? BITCI hope that this is just the start of a process in capturing business impact. BITCI want the map to be used by community groups to see how community and business partnerships work and how best to get involved with businesses but the same is also applicable for business, they can now see how they can have an impact in local communities and society and we hope it will inspire more companies to go out into the community and get involved. CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 CSR 89 CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY: MAKING GOOD BUSINESS SENSE Business in the Community Ireland explain why communities and business working is a mutually beneficial relationship. B usiness in the Community Ireland (BITCI) is a non-profit organisation specialising in advice and guidance on corporate responsibility and community involvement. It is a unique movement of companies committed to responsible business practices. Their mission is to inspire, challenge and support business in continually improving its positive impact on society in the community, environment, marketplace and workplace. BITCI works closely with community and voluntary groups on how to engage non-financial business and build a high impact partnership. We should never underestimate the role that business can play in addressing key societal issues, nor the variety of ways their staff, with support from the company, can get involved in their local communities. Corporate community involvement is on the rise as more companies recognise the many benefits of being socially responsible. WHAT IS CORPORATE COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT? Corporate community involvement programmes entail businesses encouraging and supporting their employees to volunteer in the community via facilitated and specifically designed programmes, sometimes using the employees’ professional and workrelated skills and competencies, sometimes simply their knowledge and experience to address key social issues such as employability and educational disadvantage. CSR 90 WHY DO IT? THE IRISH LANDSCAPE Why should a company invest in developing a community programme particularly now in times of rising unemployment, low business confidence and tough economic conditions? There is a risk that employee community engagement may be seen as a ‘good times’ programme. Many businesses are under pressure and making job cuts, and this will test some businesses in their approach to Corporate Social Responsibility. But businesses are also aware that public confidence in business is low and there is a mood for greater accountability and regulation. The community and voluntary sector in Ireland is large, dynamic and continually growing, comprising of over 19,000 organisations, employing over 45,000 people and with an estimated annual turnover of €2.5bn1. Companies see opportunities in developing strategic community programmes—such as enhancing a positive company image and reputation as well as rebuilding trust. Other benefits include: greater market share, customer loyalty, enhanced employee skills and morale as well as building a healthy and vibrant community so essential to business. Employees are increasingly looking to their employer to provide them with opportunities to become involved in their local communities. Benefits include: developing new skills that translate back to the workplace, increase in motivation and morale, better team work not to mention the satisfaction of making their community a better place. Given the current landscape of funding cuts, reductions in fundraising, growing demand for services; community and voluntary groups are increasing looking to business to help them address key issues such as strategic planning and financial sustainability. Business has a role to play, utilising core expertise and knowledge to build the capacity and sustainability of not- for-profit organizations via a partnership approach. WHAT'S IN IT FOR COMMUNITY AND VOLUNTARY GROUPS? Developing a partnership with business can offer many benefits – not least the tapping in to valuable business skills and expertise as well as access to a new pool of volunteers to help them raise awareness about their work. They have alternative options other than cash through the provision of services, resources and materials – it’s a win-win scenario. CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 business in the community SO HOW DO WE ENCOURAGE COMMUNITIES TO WORK WITH BUSINESSES? To encourage companies and communities to build a high impact partnership,BITCI launched an innovative â€œCommunities and Business Working Togetherâ€? guide sponsored by Diageo Ireland and Ulster Bank in May 2010. The purpose of the interactive guide is to highlight how community and voluntary groups can successfully engage with business. The guide also provides a step-by-step process that community and voluntary groups can adopt in approaching businesses. The publication presents the benefits of business support through case studies. These case studies are community partnerships in action, which are captured on video and feature the community groups, business and employee representatives talking about their community partnerships, highlights the different types of business support. The guide is free of charge and is now available. Please visit http://www.bitc.ie/corporate_responsibility/community_guide. html to access the Community Guide. For more information on how communities can engage business support or any queries on the Guide, please contact Ann Howgego, Corporate Responsibility Consultant on email@example.com or (01) 874 7232. " Companies see opportunities in developing strategic community programmes such as enhancing a positive company image and reputation as well as rebuilding trust. Other benefits include: greater market share, customer loyalty, enhanced employee skills and morale as well as building a healthy and vibrant community so essential to business. " The Hidden Landscape - First Forays into Mapping Nonprofit Organisations in Ireland The Centre for Nonprofit Management School of Business, Trinity College 2006. 1 CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 CSR 91 TOP 1,000 IRISH COMPANIES - CSR DETAILS 3M IRELAND ACCENTURE IRELAND 3M House, Adelphi Centre, Upper George’s St, Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin Phone: 01 2803555 Activity: Healthcare, Industrial & Commercial Distrib. Contact: Fran O Toole In writing 1 Grand Canal Square, Grand Canal Harbour, Dublin 2 Phone: 01 6462000 Activity : Management consutancy / Technology services Carmel Halpin or Audrey Connolly In writing ACE EXPRESS GROUP 4 ACES WHOLESALE LTD Clonminham Industrial Estate Portlaois, Co. Laois Telephone: 057 8620266 Acitvity: wholsesale of food, beverages and tobacco Contact: Liam Linden firstname.lastname@example.org A & L GOODBODY IFCS, North Wall Quay, Dublin 1 Phone: 01 6492000 Activity: Solicitors Charity Committee email@example.com 1 Priory Rd., Stillorgan Road, Co. Dublin Phone: 2143788 Activity: Food Sector Aisling Mc Mahon aisling.mcmahon @abbeyfieldfoods.com 4051 Kingswood Drive Citywest Business Campus, Dublin 24 Phone: 01 4691500 Activity: Wholsale of pharmaceutical goods Katherine Jenson firstname.lastname@example.org ABS PRODUCTION WEXFORD Clonard Rd., Wexford Phone: 053 63200 Activity: Pump Manufacturer Rebecca O’ Rourke email@example.com ACC BANK A Charlemont Place, Dublin 2 Phone: 01 4184000 Activity: Financial Services Contact Tanya Waldron CSR 92 Carat House, 16A The Crescent Monkstown, Co. Dublin Phone: 01 2712100 Activity: Media Specialists Contact Brid Spencer firstname.lastname@example.org AER ARANN Level 5, The Atrium Dublin Airport Co. Dublin Phone: 01 8447700 Activity: Regional Airline Contact Danielle Ryan email@example.com Clonminham Industrial Estate Portlaoise, Co.Laois Phone: 057 8620266 Activity: Wholsesale of food, beverages and tobacco Contact Liam Linden firstname.lastname@example.org AER LINGUS ACHESON & GLOVER AERGO CAPITAL LTD ADECCO RECRUITMENT ABBOT LABOROTIES IRELAND LTD 11 Rathgar Road, Rathmines, D.6 01 4967162 Fast Food Outlet David Zebedee email@example.com ACES WHOLESALE LTD Unit 4, Howth Junction Bus. Park Kilbarragh, Dublin 5 Phone: 01 8325699 Activity: Building Materials Supply Contact Lauren Acheson firstname.lastname@example.org ABBEYFIELD FOODS LTD ABRAKEBABRA Blakes Cross, Lusk, Co. Dublin Phone: 01 8702600 Activity: Freight, Logistics & Warehousing Contact Declan Byrne email@example.com AEGIS MEDIA IRELAND 45 Grafton St.,Dublin 2 Phone: 01 6717933 Activity: Recruitment Company Contact: Zanine Wyeth firstname.lastname@example.org ADM LONDIS 160a Crumlin Rd.,Dublin 12 Phone: 01 4114000 Activity: Retail Franchise Chain Contact Sue O’Grady email@example.com ADOBE SOFTWARE 4-6 Riverwalk, Citywest Business Campus, Dublin 24 Phone: 01 2426700 Activity: Software company & supply Contact: Dawn Osbourne firstname.lastname@example.org ADVANCE TYRE COMPANY LTD JK Kennedy Drive, Naas Rd., D. 12 Phone: 01 4080900 Activity: Sale of motor vehicle parts and acciessories Contact Eddie Ryan email@example.com Media & PR Department, Aer Lingus Head Office, Dublin Airport. Phone: 0818 365022 Activity: Air Transportation In writing to PR Dept 16 Clanwilliam Terrace Grand Canal Quay, Co. Dublin Phone: 6761077 Activity: Renting of air transport equipment Contact: Anthony O Connor firstname.lastname@example.org AEROBORD Askeaton, Co. Limerick Telephone: 061 604600 Insulation & Packaging Manufacturer Contact Gearoid Bennis email@example.com AES WASTE MANAGEMENT Unit 1, Monread Commercial Park Monread Road, Naas, Co. Kildare Telephone: 045 981613 Activity: Waste Management Contact Tom Walsh firstname.lastname@example.org AGB SCIENTIFIC Unit 136A Slaney Close Dublin Ind Estate, Glasnevin Dublin 11 Phone: 01 8822222 Activity: Scientific Instruments Manufacturer Contact Audrey Fox email@example.com CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 top 1000 companies AIB ALBANY HOMES / TRIDENT HOMES ALSTOM IRELAND LTD AIG LIFE (IRELAND) ALCAN PACKAGING ALZA IRELAND Bankcentre, Ballsbridge Dublin 4 Telephone: 01 6600311 Activity: Financial Services Contact Sinead O’ Donohoe firstname.lastname@example.org The Gables, Torquay Rd., Foxrock Dublin 18 Phone: 01-8455510 Activity: House Builders Contractors Contact Amy Chambers email@example.com AIG Centre , IFSC, North Wall Quay , D1 Phone: 01 8028911 Activity: Insurance Company Contact Elizabeth Larrissy firstname.lastname@example.org AIR CONTRACTORS (IRELAND) The Plaza, New St., Swords Co. Dublin Phone: 01 8121900 Activity: Cargo Airline Operator Contact Hugh Flynn email@example.com ALLEGRO Jamestown Business Park Finglas, Dublin 11 Phone: 01 8341381 Activity: Grocery/Pharmaceutical Products Distributor Contact Billy Kavanagh firstname.lastname@example.org AIRBUS FINANCIAL SERVICES 5th Floor, 6 George’s Dock, IFSC, Dublin 1 Phone: 01 7905500 Activity: Airbus Customer Service & Finance Contact Liz Barry email@example.com ALLERGAN PHARMACEUTICALS (IRELAND) Castlebar Rd.,Westport, Co. Mayo Telephone: 098 25222 Activity: Pharmaceuticals Manufacturer Contact Ed Rose Phone 098 55308 AIRPLANES FINANCE / AERCAP Shannon, Co. Clare Phone: 061 723600 Activity: Aircraft Leasing & Financing Contact E Clancy firstname.lastname@example.org ALLIANZ Burlington House, Burlington Rd., Dublin 4 Telephone: 01 6133000 Activity: Financial Services Contact Dave O’ Sullivan email@example.com AIRSCAPE LTD 18/19 Harcourt Street, Dublin 2 Phone: 01 4753928 Activity: Development and selling of real estate Contact Robert Langdon firstname.lastname@example.org AIRTRICITY ALLIED FOODS Kinsale Rd.,Cork Telephone: 021 4947300 Activity: Frozen Foods Distribution Contact Peter Mallen email@example.com Airtricity House, Ravenscourt Office Pk. Sandyford, Dublin 18 Telephone: 01 2130400 Activity: Renewable Energy Contact Peter Lord firstname.lastname@example.org AL HAYES MOTORS St Brendan’s Road, Portumna Galway Phone: 090 9741390 Activity: New and Used Car Sales Contact Alan Hayes email@example.com Jamestown Rd.,Finglas, Dublin 11 01 Phone: 8081000 Activity: Pharmaceutical & Medical Packaging Contact Jacinta Ryan firstname.lastname@example.org ALL-TECHNOLOGY HOLDINGS LTD Sarney,Summerhill Rd., Dunboyne, Co.Meath Phone: 18252244 Activity: Manufacture of chemical products Contact: John Thornton email@example.com ALPS ELECTRIC (IRELAND) Clara Rd., Millstreet Town Co. Cork Telephone: 029 70677 Activity: Electromechanical Components Manufacturer Brerda Flaherty, In writing 61 Lower Baggott Street, Dublin 2 Phone: 16615489 Activity: Engineering and design consultancy Contact Yvonne Murtagh firstname.lastname@example.org Cahir Rd.,Cashel, Co. Tipperary Phone: 062 70000 Activity: Pharmaceuticals Manufacturer Contact Clare Cahill email@example.com AMALGAMATED HARDWARE PLC Naas Ind. Estate, Naas Rd., Co. Kildare Phone: 045 876406 Activity: Building equipment / DIY Contact Ed O’ Boyle firstname.lastname@example.org AMO IRELAND The Sweepstake Centre Ballsbridge, Dublin 4 Telephone: 01 6142000 Activity: Provision of Medical Devices Contact Maria Condron email@example.com AMT- SYBEX (SOFTWARE) Oak House, Leopardstown Office Park Foxrock, Dublin 18 TPhone: 01 2958988 Activity: Software Development/ Imaging Technology Contact Sarah Byrne firstname.lastname@example.org AN POST GPO O’Connell Street, Dublin 1 Phone: 7057000 National Postal Service Contact Barney Whelan email@example.com 01 AN POST NATIONAL LOTTERY CO. Lower Abbey Street, Dublin 1 Phone: 01 8364444 National Lottery Operator Contact Brendan McGrenra In writing AN POST SAVINGS BANK GPO O’Connell Street, Dublin 1 Phone: 01 7057000 Financial Services Contact Barney Whelan firstname.lastname@example.org CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 CSR 93 ANALOG DEVICES ARDMAC Raheen Industrial Estate, Limerick Telephone: 061 229011 Activity: Integrated Circuits Design & Manufacture Contact Jacinta Florish Swords Business Campus Swords, Co. Dublin Phone: 01 8948800 Activity: Cleanroom Installation / Office Fit-outs Contact: Cormac Smyth email@example.com ANGLO IRISH BANK Stephen Court 18/21 St Stephen’s Green, Dublin 2 Phone: 01 6760141 Activity: Financial Services Contact David Mc Kinley firstname.lastname@example.org ARGOS 12 Jervis St. Shopping Centre, D.1 Telephone: 01 8781160 Activity: Catalogue Retailer Contact Jeff Fagan In writing ANTHONY NICHOLAS LTD 155 Townsend Street, Dublin 2 Phone: 014779000 Activity: Manufacture of jewellery Contact Noel Coyle email@example.com ARKA MERCHANTS LTD Unit 1 Block 4 Ashbourne Business Park Ashbourne, Co. Meath Phone: 18358866 Activity: Agents involved in the sale of timber and building materials Contact: Anne McFarland firstname.lastname@example.org AOL EUROPE OPERATIONS IDA Industrial Estate, Cork Rd., Co. Waterford Phone: 051 333298 Activity: Call Centre Contact: Elaine Connolly email@example.com ARKADY FEED LTD 3rd floor Callaghan House, Dame Street, Dublin 2 Phone: 16797866 Activity: Wholesale of grain, seeds and animal feeds Contact Eithne Kenny firstname.lastname@example.org AOL GLOBAL OPERATIONS 3040 Lake Drive, Citywest Business Campus, Co. Dublin Phone: 01 4692000 Activity: Software Development Contact Marie Goggins email@example.com ARKLOW SHIPPING North Quay, Arklow Co. Wicklow Telephone: 0402 39901 Activity: Shipping Contact Pat Corcoran firstname.lastname@example.org APC DISTRIBUTION City East Business Park, Co. Galway Phone: 091 702000 Activity: Computer Equipment Supply Contact Pauline Concagh email@example.com ARMALOU LTD APPLE COMPUTER INTERNATIONAL Hollyhill Ind. Estate, Cork Telephone: 021 4392088 Activity: Computer Supply/R & D Centre Contact Bernard Croniin (sponsorship) firstname.lastname@example.org ARAMARK IRELAND Northern Cross, Malahide Rd., Dublin 17 Phone: 01 8160700 Activity: Contract Catering Contact Iris Wade email@example.com ARDAGH GLASS GROUP PLC A 4 Richview Office Park Clonskeagh, Dublin 14 Phone: 16052400 Activity Manufacture of glass Contact: Fiona Kilty firstname.lastname@example.org CSR 94 OHM Group Clonlara Avenue Baldonnell Business Park, Dublin 22 Phone: 014034100 Activity: Sale of new motor vehicles Contact Tommy Smith email@example.com ARNOTTS 12 Henry St.,Dublin 1 Telephone: 01 8050400 Activity: Department Stores Contact: Sarah Williams firstname.lastname@example.org AROMATICS HOLDINGS Industrial Estate, Donore Road Drogheda, Co. Louth Telephone: 041 9831031 Activity: Essential Oil Manufacturer Contact Aine Farrelly email@example.com ARRABAWN CO-OP GROUP Stafford Street, Nenagh Co. Tipperary Telephone: 067 41800 Activity: Dairy Products Contact Conor Ryan firstname.lastname@example.org ARROW GROUP Grannagh, Co. Waterford Phone: 051 309200 Activity: Food Industry Holding Company Contact Paul Nolan email@example.com ARUP CONSULTING ENGINEERS (DUBLIN) 10 Wellington Rd., Ballsbridge, Dublin 4 Telephone: 01 6144200 Activity: Consultant Engineers Contact Vicky Bow firstname.lastname@example.org ARYZTA 151 Thomas Street, Dublin 8 Phone: 01 6121200 Activity: Bakery products Contact Olivia Caslin email@example.com ASL AVIATION GROUP The Plaza, Swords, Co. Dublin Phone: 018121900 Activity: Air transport Contact Hugh Flynn firstname.lastname@example.org ASTELLAS Damastown, Mulhuddart Dublin 15 Telephone: 01 8030800 Activity: Pharmaceuticals Manufacturer Contact Monique Murray email@example.com ATHLONE EXTRUSIONS Grace Rd.,Athlone Co. Westmeath Telephone: 090 64 92679 Activity: Plastic Sheet Manufacturer Contact Jackie Browne firstname.lastname@example.org ATLANTIC INDUSTRIES Industrial Estate, Donore Road Drogheda, Co. Louth Telephone: 041 9836471 Activity: Soft Drink Concentrates/ Beverage Bases Contact Siobhan Woods or Elaine Grennan email@example.com CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 top 1000 companies ATLANTIC PROJECTS COMPANY LTD AVOCENT 3 Marine Rd., Dun Laoighaire,Co. Dublin Phone: 2301843 Activity: General mechanical engineering Contact William Whitford firstname.lastname@example.org AUGHINISH ALUMINA Avocent House, Shannon Free Zone Shannon, Co. Clare Telephone: 061 471877 Activity: Computer Peripherals Manufacturer Contact Teresa Deasy email@example.com AWAS IRELAND Aughinish Island, Askeaton Co. Limerick Telephone: 061 604000 Activity: Alumina Refinery Contact Nelus Kennedy firstname.lastname@example.org 5th Floor, Riverside IV, Sir John Rogerson’s Quay, Dublin 2 Phone: 01 6355000 Activity: Aircraft Leasing Contact: Ann Mc Manum email@example.com AURELIUS Mullagh, Kells, Co. Meath Phone: 046 9280200 Activity: Polyester & Synthetic Fibre Manufacturer Contact Catriona O’ Neill Stafford firstname.lastname@example.org AWEAR AUTO BOLAND AXA INSURANCE Creation House, Grafton Street, D.2 01 Phone: 6717200 Activity: Clothing Retailers Contact Wendy Duggan email@example.com Butlerstown Roundabout, Cork Road Waterford Phone: 051 337900 Activity: Motor Sales Contact John Burke firstname.lastname@example.org Wolfe Tone House, Wolfe Tone Street Dublin 1 Telephone: 01 8729888 Activity: Financial Services Contact Alister Weir email@example.com AVAYA INTERNATIONAL SALES AXIS RE The Alrium Block A, Blackthorn Rd Sandyford Industrial Estate, Dublin 18 01 2075600 Activity: Multimedia Teleconferencing Systems Contact Emma Hannington In writing AVID TECHNOLOGY Carmanhall Rd., Sandyford Industrial Estate, Dublin 18 Phone: 01 2078200 Activity: Digital Editing Hard / Software and Services Contact Patrick O Beirne firstname.lastname@example.org AVOCA HANDWEAVERS Kilmacanogue, Bray Co. Wicklow Telephone: 01 2867466 Activity: Clothing Manufacture/ Retail & Catering Contact Simon Pratt email@example.com Mount Herbert Court 34 Upper Mount St., Dublin Phone: 01 6325900 Activity: Reinsurance Contact Tim Hnnessy firstname.lastname@example.org BABCOCK & BROWN West Pier Business Campus Dun Laoghaire, Co Dublin Phone: 01 2311900 Aircraft Financing & Leasing Contact Kerrie Coughlan email@example.com BALLON MEATS LTD. Raheen Ballon Road, Co. Carlow Phone: 059 9159132 Activity: Meat and poultry meat processing Contact David Salter firstname.lastname@example.org BALLYMENA HOLDINGS Naas Road, Clondalkin, Dublin 22 Phone: 014643500 Activity: Earthmoving Equipment Distributor Contact Olwyn Ryan email@example.com BALLYMORE PROPERTIES Fonthill House, Old Lucan Road Palmerstown, Dublin 20 Phone: 01 6259100 Activity: Building Contractors Contact Paul Keogh firstname.lastname@example.org BAM CONTRACTORS Kill, Co. Kildare Phone: 045 886400 Activity: Building Contracting & Civil Engineering Contact Mike Jones email@example.com BANAGHER CONCRETE Queen Street, Banagher Co. Offaly Telephone: 0509 51417 Activity: Precast Concrete Manufacturer Contact Bridget Flynn firstname.lastname@example.org BANDON CO-OP AGRI & DAIRY SOCIETY Watergate St., Bandon, Co. Cork Phone: 023 8841409 Activity: Creamery / Agricultural Stores Contact John Looney email@example.com BANK OF IRELAND Head Office Lower Baggot St., Dublin 2 Telephone: 01 6615933 Activity: Financial Services Contact corporate volunteering only firstname.lastname@example.org BANTA GLOBAL TURNKEY Hollyhill Industrial Estate Hollyhill, Co.Cork Activity: Supply Chain Management Contact Elaine Hanley email@example.com BANK OF SCOTLAND IRELAND 124-127 St Stephen’s Green Dublin 2 Telephone: 01 2674000 Activity: Financial Services Contact Rhona O Connor firstname.lastname@example.org BANTA GLOBAL TURNKEY Hollyhill Industrial Estate Hollyhill, Cork Telephone: 021 4397515 Activity: Supply Chain Management for Technical & Me Contact Eileen Hanley email@example.com CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 CSR 95 BAR ONE RACING LTD BAUSCH & LOMB IRELAND BARCLAY CHEMICALS (HOLDINGS) LTD BAXTER HEALTHCARE Howley Court, Oranmore, Co. Galway Phone: 042 9332767 Activity: Gambling and betting activities Contact Stephen Fealy firstname.lastname@example.org Damastown industrial Park, Mulhuddart, Dublin 15 Phone: 18112900 Activity: Manufacture of agro-chemical Contact: Lisa Sheeran email@example.com BARRY FITZWILLIAM MAXIUM Ballycurreen Industrial Estate Airport Road, Cork Telephone: 021 4320900 Activity: Wines /Spirits/ Beer Import Contact Michael Barry firstname.lastname@example.org BARRY GROUP Upper Quartertown Mallow, Co. Cork Telephone: 022 30100 Activity: Cash & Carry Wholesalers Contact Anne Heffernan email@example.com BARRYROE CO-OPERATIVE Unit 424, Industrial Estate Cork Road, Waterford Telephone: 051 355001 Activity: Contact Lens Manufacturer Contact Shirley Russell firstname.lastname@example.org Moneen Rd., Castlebar, Co. Mayo Telephone: 094 9022244 Activity: Renal Dialysis Machinery Manufacturer Contact Paula O’ Leary email@example.com BD Pottery Road, Kill o’ the Grange Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin Phone: 01 2854800 Medical Devices Manufacturer Contact Denise Crofton firstname.lastname@example.org BDO SIMPSON XAVIER Beaux Lane House, Mercer Street Lower, Dublin 2 Phone: 01 470 0000 Activity: Financial services Contact Paola Rossi email@example.com BEACON MEDICAL GROUP Lislevane, Bandon, Co. Cork Phone: 023 8840000 Activity: Agri Retailing Contact Stephen O’Leary firstname.lastname@example.org Suite 36, Beacon Hall, Beacon Court Sandyford, Dublin 18 Phone: 01 2938880 Activity: Medical Facility Contact Pauline Cullen email@example.com BARRYS TEA BEAUMEX Kinsale Road, Co. Cork Phone: 021 4915000 Activity: Tea Blending / Distribution Contact Tony Barry or Camille O’ Flanagan firstname.lastname@example.org BASF IRELAND Bracetown Business Park, Clonee Co. Meath Phone: 01 8255701 Raw Materials Distribution Contact Karla Lawless email@example.com BATCHELORS 72/ 74, Bannow Road Cabra West, Dublin 7 Telephone: 01 8380133 Activity: Food Processing Contact Anne Keane firstname.lastname@example.org B CSR 96 Calmount Park, Calmount Road Walkinstown, Dublin 12 Phone: 01 4191100 Activity: Wholesaling of Home Entertainment Products Contact Louise Foley email@example.com BECKMAN COULTER (IRELAND) Mervue Business Park, Galway Contact: 091 774000 Activity: Manufacture of Laboratory Instruments / Healthcare Contact P Geary firstname.lastname@example.org BECTON DICKINSON & CO LTD Pottery Road, Kill o The Grange Dun Laoighaire, Co. Dublin Phone: 2025222 Activity: Medical devices In writing BEI ELECTRONICS IRELAND Blanchardstown Industrial Park Blanchardstown, Dublin 15 Phone: 01 8096200 Activity: Electronics Manufacturing Services Contact Jennifer Hannigan email@example.com BENEX LTD Bay Ki Shannon Ind Est. Shanon Co Clare Phone: 061 472920 Activity: Wholesale of pharmaceutical goods Contact Niall Barrett firstname.lastname@example.org BERU ELECTRONICS Monavalley Industrial Estate Tralee, Co. Kerry Telephone: 066 7125111 Activity: Automotive Components/ Glowplugs Manufacture Contact Shay Cleary email@example.com BHT GROUP LTD (WOLSELEY IRELAND) Moydrum Road, Athlone, Co.Westmeath Phone: 906424000 Activity: Wholesale of building supplies Contact Shaun McBride firstname.lastname@example.org BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH Parkmore Business Park West, Galway Phone: 091 774300 Activity: Manufacturer of Slendertone Products Tony McDermott email@example.com BLACK SHORE GROUP Unit 4, Addley Park, Liosbawn, Galway Phone: 091 751054 Activity: Hotels, Oil Distribution & Property Contact Terry Sweeney firstname.lastname@example.org BLACKROCK CLINIC Rock Road, Blackrock Co. Dublin Telephone: 01 2832222 Activity: Private Hospital Contact Brian Harty email@example.com BLARNEY WOOLLEN MILLS Blarney, Co. Cork Telephone: 021 4385280 Activity: Retailing & Knitwear Manufacturer Contact Freda Hayes firstname.lastname@example.org CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 top 1000 companies BMC SOFTWARE EUROPE BOSTON SCIENTIFIC IRELAND Ballymoss House,Carmanhall Road, Foxrock, Dublin 18 Phone: 01 4406803 Activity: Software Systems Design / Production & Distribution Contact Ann Keogh email@example.com Ballybrit Business Park, Co. Galway Phone: 091 756300 Activity: Manufacturer of Medical Devices / Healthcare Contact: Ita Gilmore firstname.lastname@example.org BOWEN CONSTRUCTION Eastgate Avenue, Little Island, Co. Cork Phone: 214869500 Activity: General mechanical engineering Contact John Bowen email@example.com Bowen House,East Gate Avenue Little Island, Co. Cork Phone: 021 4541499 Building & Civil Engineering Contact Ursula Collins firstname.lastname@example.org BMW AUTOMOTIVE IRELAND BOXMORE PLASTICS BMD & COMPANY LTD Swift Square, Santry, Dublin 17 Phone: 01 8628200 Head Office for BMW Motor Dealerships Contact Sarah Heeney In writing BOC AVIATION (IRELAND) LTD Grattan House City Junction Bus Park Malahide Road, Dublin 17 Phone: 01 8774492 Activity: Air transport Contact Peter Goodman email@example.com BOC GASES PO Box 201, Bluebell Dublin 12 Telephone: 01 4091800 Activity: Industrial/ Medical Gas Manufacture/ Distri. Contact Elva Burke firstname.lastname@example.org BORD GAIS EIREANN PO Box 51, Gasworks Rd., Co. Cork Telephone: 021 4534000 Activity: Transmission / Distribution of Natural Gas Contact Kathleen O Sullivan email@example.com BORD NA MONA Main Street, Newbridge Co. Kildare Telephone: 045 439000 Activity: Peat Production Contact Gerry O Hagan firstname.lastname@example.org BOYLESPORTS Finnabair Industrial Estate Dundalk, Co. Louth Telephone: 042 9393000 Activity: Betting Group Contact Aislin Fennin email@example.com BPI TELECOM Oak Road, Western Business Park Dublin 12 Phone: 014603300 Activity: Mobile phone distrubutor Contact Barry Mapier firstname.lastname@example.org BON SECOURS HEALTH SYSTEMS College Road, Cork Telephone: 021 4543511 Activity: Private Healthcare Contact Pat Lyons email@example.com Annagh Industrial Park, Ballyconnell Co. Cavan Phone: 049 9526219 Actovity: Plastics Manufacturer Contact Dermot Gates firstname.lastname@example.org BRAUN ORAL B IRELAND Dublin Road, Carlow Telephone: 059 9176400 Activity: Consumer Grooming Products Contact Gerry Kierans email@example.com BRIAN MCCARTHY CONTRACTORS Unit 6 Quinn Road Business Park, Ennis, Co. Clare Phone: 065 6828772 Activity: Building & Civil Engineering Contractors Contact Yeolanda Butler firstname.lastname@example.org BRIDGESTONE IRELAND Unit 10 Fingal Bay Business Park Balbriggan, Co. Dublin Phone: 01 8410000 Activity: Tyre Distribution Contact Colm Conyngham colm. email@example.com BROWN THOMAS GROUP 88-95 Grafton Street, Dublin 2 Telephone: 01 6056666 Activity: Department Stores- Retailing Contact Caroline Connolly firstname.lastname@example.org BT IRELAND Grand Canal Plaza, Ballsbridge Dublin 4 Telephone: 01 4325000 Activity: Telecommunications Contact Carmel O’ Connor email@example.com BUDGET CAR RENTAL Athlone Rd., Co. Roscommon Phone: 090 6627711 Activity: Car Hire Company Contact Aidan Lenihan firstname.lastname@example.org BULGARI IRELAND LTD Mayor Street Upper, Dublin 1 Phone: 018750499 Activity: Retail Contact Kieran Moorehouse email@example.com BUNZL IRELAND Porterstown Lane, Ratoath, Co. Meath Phone: 018256482 Manufacture Of Metal Activites Contact Mary Brazil firstname.lastname@example.org Unit 52, Henry Road Parkwest Business Park, Dublin 12 Phone: 01 6301800 Activity: Janitorial / Catering Products Sales / Marketing Contact Paul Kinney email@example.com BRIAN M DURKAN & CO BUS EIREANN BRAZIL & CO (STEEL) LTD Durkan House, York Road Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin Phone: 01 2140014 Activity: Building Contractors Contact Orla Durkan firstname.lastname@example.org Broadstone, Dublin 7 Telephone: 01 8302222 Activity: Bus Operator Contact Barry Coyle email@example.com CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 CSR 97 NCBI (National Council for the Blind of Ireland) is a not for profit charitable organisation which provides information, support and services nationwide to those experiencing difficulties with their eyesight. Established in 1931, NCBI currently offers a range of services to over 15,000 people living with sight problems. 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For more information on our work and how you can help, visit www.asthmasociety.ie Contact us on 01 8788511, email email@example.com or visit our website www.asthmasociety.ie CSR 98 CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 BUTLERS CHOCOLATES C & F TOOLING CAHILL MAY ROBERTS GROUP BWG GROUP CABLE & WIRELESS GLOBAL LTD CALOR TEORANTA CADBURY IRELAND CALYX GROUP Clonshaugh Business Park, Dublin 17 Phone: 01 671 0599 Activity: Chocolate maunfacturers & coffee shops Contact Karl Murnane firstname.lastname@example.org Pharmapark, Chapelizod Dublin 20 Telephone: 01 6266661 Activity: Pharmaceutical Wholesalers Damien McCormack email@example.com Willsborough Ind Est., Clonshaugh, Dublin 17 Phone: 14040441 Activity: Telecommunications Contact Iarla Hughes firstname.lastname@example.org Greenhills Road, Walkinstown Dublin 12 Telephone: 01 4090300 Activity: Food & Drink Wholesaler Contact Caitriona Cousins or Caitriona Hayes email@example.com BYRNE'S WORLD OF WONDER Long Mile Road, Mitchelstown Dublin 12 Phone: 01 4505000 Activity: Mineral oil refining Contact Colin Downey firstname.lastname@example.org Unit 03, North Ring Business Park Santry, Dublin 9 Telephone: 01 8867400 Activity: Data/ Voice Telecoms Training/ Software Contact Alan Thomson email@example.com Malahide Road, Coolock Dublin 5 Telephone: 01 8480000 Activity: Confectionery/ Soft Drinks Contact Laura Curtin firstname.lastname@example.org 2 Court Street, Enniscorthy Co. Wexford Phone: 053 9238644 Activity: Toy Retailer Contact James Byrne email@example.com CADENCE DESIGN SYSTEMS C & D FOODS Block P3, Eastpoint Business Pk Fairview, Dublin 3 Phone: 01 8054300 Activity: Product development technology Contact Kerry Leather firstname.lastname@example.org Edgeworthstown, Co. Longford Phone: 043 6672100 Activity:Petfood Manufacturing Contact Terry Carr email@example.com C & F AUTO Cashla, Athenry, Co. Galway Phone: 091 790868 Activity: Press Tool Manufacture / Electro-Mechanical Assembly Contact Michael Carr firstname.lastname@example.org Collinstown, Mullingar, Co. Westmeath Phone: 044 9666600 Activity: Aluminium / Stainless Steel Contact Sue Lynn email@example.com CAMERON IRELAND Aghafad , Co. Longford Phone: 043 3350600 Activity: Oil & Gas Valves Manufacturer Contact Mick Wood firstname.lastname@example.org CAMPBELL BEWLEY GROUP Northern Cross, Malahide Road Dublin 17 Telephone: 01 8160606 Activity: Tea/ Coffee/ Catering Contact Mary Treacy email@example.com Help end cruelty to children in Ireland. Make the ISPCC part of your company’s Corporate Social Responsibility Strategy. Your support will make a difference. For further information log onto www.ispcc.ie or call 1850 50 40 50 CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 CSR 99 CAPITAL OILS SUPPLIES LTD CELTIC ANGLIAN WATER LTD CHIEFTAIN GROUP CARA PARTNERS CELTIC BOOKMAKERS LTD CHILDREN'S UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL CARAT IRELAND LTD CEMEX (ROI) LTD CHIRON HEALTHCARE IRELAND LTD Station Road, Newbridge, Co. Kildare Phone: 8786244 Activity: Wholesale of fuels and related products Contact Declan Carmody firstname.lastname@example.org Little Island Industrial Estate, Co.Cork Phone: 021 4520500 Activity: Pharmaceutical Contact Bernadette Murphy email@example.com 16a The Crescent, Monkstown Road Co. Dublin Phone: 01 2712100 Activity: Advertising Activities Contact Brid Spencer firstname.lastname@example.org Blackstokes, Enniscorthy, Co. Wexford Phone: 053 9231100 Activities: Gambling & betting activities Contact Padraig Hall email@example.com Killeen Road, Dublin 12 Phone: 05793 57200 Activity: Quarrying of stone for construction Contact Miriam Carolan firstname.lastname@example.org CARBERY GROUP CENTENARY THURLES CO-OP Ballineen, Co. Cork Telephone:023 88 47222 Activity: Dairy & Food Products Contact Dan Mc Sweeney email@example.com Templemore Rd.,Thurles, Co. Tipperary Phone: 0504 21522 Activity: Co-op Creamery Contact Joe Kerrigan firstname.lastname@example.org CAREY GLASS Limerick Road, Nenagh, Co. Tipperary Phone: 067 50700 Activity: Glass merchants Contact Martin Dunne email@example.com THE CARPHONE WAREHOUSE CENTRAL BANK OF IRELAND PO Box 559, Dame St., Dublin 2 Phone: 01 2246000 Activity: Central Bank Contact Michael Mc Dermott firstname.lastname@example.org CEVA LOGISTICS Unit P4, Northring Business Park Santry, Dublin 9 Telephone: 01 8624800 Activity: Telecommunications Retailer In writing Unit 3 Horizon Logistics Park Harristown, Co. Dublin Phone: 01 8110300 Activity: Air & Sea Freight Forwarding Contact Roxann Byrne email@example.com CARTON GROUP Bracetown Business Park Clonee, Co. Meath Telephone: 042 9669271 Activity: Poultry Processing & Distribution Contact Austin Kiely firstname.lastname@example.org CAULFIELD MCCARTHY GROUP Northwood House, Santry, Dublin 9 Phone: 14852370 Activity: Collection,purification and distribution of water Contact: Mark Driver email@example.com Hypercentre, Morgan Street Co. Waterford Telephone: 051 840400 Activity: Supervalu Franchise & Property Investmen Contact Thomas Caulfield firstname.lastname@example.org CG POWER SYSTEMS IRELAND Dublin Road, Co Cavan Phone: 049 4368060 Activity: Manufacture of electric motors, generators and transformers Contact Andrea Flanagan In writing CHANELLE GROUP Athenry Road, Loughrea Co. Galway Telephone: 091 841788 Activity: Pharmaceuticals Manufacture & Veterinary Contact Caroline Kavanagh email@example.com Mahon House, Upper William Street Co. Limerick Telephone: 061 432010 Activity: Construction & Dev. Contact Donal Leahy firstname.lastname@example.org Temple Street, Co. Dublin Phone: 8784200 Activity: Private sector hospital activities Contact Aisling Andrews email@example.com c/o Novartis, Ringaskiddy, Co. Cork Phone: 214862000 Activity: Wholesale of pharmaceutical goods Contact Donal O'Sullivan firstname.lastname@example.org CHOICE HOTEL GROUP Thomas Ashe House, 15 Fr Matthew Quay, Co. Cork Phone: 021 4908208 Activity: Hotel Group Contact Frankie Whelehan email@example.com CHUBB IRELAND 2 Stillorgan Industrial Park Blackrock, Co. Dublin Telephone: 01 2953333 Activity: Security Systems Contact Jean Anderson firstname.lastname@example.org CISCO Phone: 18192700 Activity: IT equipment and R&D Contact Charity Committee email@example.com CIT AEROSPACE INTERNATIONAL Head Office 3, George’s Dock IFSC, Dublin 1 Phone: 6561000 Activity: Aircraft leasing Contact Markus Weinseiss firstname.lastname@example.org CITCO FUND SERVICES (DUBLIN) Block 5 Custom House Plaza IFSC, Dublin 1 Phone: 01 6367300 Activity: Fund Services Management Contact Pamela Jackson email@example.com C CSR 100 CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 top 1000 companies CITIBANK IRELAND FINANCIAL SERVICES CLONDALKIN GROUP Dolcain House,Monastery Road Clondalkin, Dublin 22 Telephone: 01 4591559 Activity: Specialist Converters of Print/ Packaging Contact Pat Tully firstname.lastname@example.org 1 North Wall Quay, Dublin 1 Telephone: 01 6222000 Activity: Financial Services Paul Boylan In writing CITYJET CLONMEL ENTERPRISES Swords Business Campus Balheary Road, Swords, Co. Dublin Telephone: 01 8700100 Activity: Passenger Airline Contact Margaret Cronin email@example.com Unit R M7 Business Park, Newhall Naas, Co. Kildare Phone: 045 981900 Activity: Civil Engineering Contractors Contact Geraldine Balfe firstname.lastname@example.org CLANCY PROJECT MANAGEMENT LTD CLONMEL HEALTHCARE Drangan, Thurles, Co. Tipperary Phone: 529152166 Activity: General construction of building and civil engineering works Contact John O’Shaughnessy email@example.com CLUB TRAVEL 30 Lower Abbey St., Dublin 1 Phone: 01 5005555 Activity: Travel Agent Contact Sharon Menzies firstname.lastname@example.org CLARE MARTS Quin Road, Ennis, Co. Clare Phone: 065 6824411 Activity: Livestock Marts Contact Nollig Barry email@example.com CMS PERIPHERALS Bohola Road, Kiltimagh, Mayo Contact: 094 9374000 Activity: Computer Peripheral Equipment Contact Michael Callaghan firstname.lastname@example.org CLARITY COMPUTER (DISTRIBUTION) LTD c/o West Coast Ireland Belgard Road, Tallaght, Dublin 24 Phone: 014046000 Activity: Computer & IT sector Contac Dave Dunne email@example.com COCA-COLA BOTTLERS Huntstown Business Park, Cappagh Rd Ballycoolin, Dublin 15 Phone: 01 8807100 Activity: Soft Drinks Distributor Contact Mo Durkan firstname.lastname@example.org CLARKE QUARRIES The Clarke Group, Head Office Lisnaskea, Co. Fermanagh Phone: 00 44 (0) 28 6772 1286 Activity: General construction Contact Tommy Clarke email@example.com COFFEY CONSTRUCTION LTD CLEARY & DOYLE GROUP Larkin’s Cross, Co. Wexford Telephone: 053 65900 Activity: Construction/DIY/Concrete Block Manufacture In writing CLERY & CO (1941) Waterford Road, Clonmel, Co. Tipperary Phone: 052 77777 Activity: Pharmaceutical Manufacturer Contact Joy Needham firstname.lastname@example.org 18-27 Lower O’Connell Street, Dublin 1 Telephone: 01 8786000 Activity: Department Store Contact Sarah Daly email@example.com Athenry, Co. Galway Phone: 091 844356 Activity: Civil engineering construction Contact Ann O Dwyer firstname.lastname@example.org COGNEX LTD Gateway Business Park Mallow Road, Co. Cork Phone: 214217500 Activity: Manufacture of computers and IT Equipment Contact Diane Dullea email@example.com COGNIS IRELAND Little Island, Co. Cork Phone: 021 4517100 Activity: Fine Chemicals Manufacturer Contact Maura Long firstname.lastname@example.org COILLTE Newtownmountkennedy, Co. Wicklow Telephone: 01 2011111 Activity: Commercial Forestry Contact Tom Byrne email@example.com COLLEN GROUP River House, East Wall Rd.,D. 3 Phone: 01 8745411 Activity: Building Contractors Contact Barbara Mills firstname.lastname@example.org COMAN'S WHOLESALE Belgard Road, Tallaght, Dublin 24 Phone: 01 4519146 Activity: Soft Drinks & Beer Distribution Contact Brian Callan email@example.com COMBI LIFT Gallinagh, Co. Monaghan Phone: 047 80500 Activity: Fork Lift Manufacturer Contact Martin Mc Vicar firstname.lastname@example.org COMEX HOLDINGS LTD 122 Rock Rd., Booterstown, Co. Dublin Phone: 012831438 Activity: Wholesale of grain, seeds and animal feeds Contact: Laura Hunt email@example.com COMMIDARE HOLDINGS LTD (GARVEY GROUP) Rock Street, Tralee, Co. Kerry Phone: 066 7149995 Activity: Retail sales Contact Kevin McCarthy firstname.lastname@example.org COMMSCOPE Corke Abbey, Bray, Co. Wicklow Phone: 01 2042000 Activity: Telecommunications Contact Dave Gilmore email@example.com COMMUNICORP 6th Floor , Grand Canal Quay, D. 2 Phone: 4325911 Activity: Radio Broadcasting Contact Patrick Halpenny CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 CSR 101 CONOCO PHILLIPS Whitegate Refinery, Middleton, Co. Cork Phone: 021 4622200 Activity: Oil Import/Refining Contact Bridie Mc Namara firstname.lastname@example.org CONVEST LTD 1 Herbert Avenue Merrion Rd.,D.4 Phone: 012186750 Wholesale of machine tools Contact General Manager email@example.com Christchurch Square, Dublin 8 Telephone: 01 4084000 Activity: Financial Service & Insurance brokers Contact Breda O Driscoll firstname.lastname@example.org O’Halloran Road National Technological Park Co. Limerick Telephone: 061 334440 Activity: Design/Manufacture Medical Devices Contact Olive Duff email@example.com CORRIB FOOD PRODUCTS / GALWAY TURKEYS Kiltulla, Athenry, Co. Galway Phone: 091 848004 Activity: Poultry & Frozen Foods Distributors Contact Adrian Lawless firstname.lastname@example.org COOKSGROVE LTD. c/o Euro Farm Foods Duleek, Co. Meath Phone: 419880888 Activity: Wholesale of meat and meat products Contact Michael Fox In Writing COSGRAVE PROPERTY DEVELOPMENTS 15 Hogan Place Grand Canal Street, Dublin 2 Phone: 01 6110400 Activity: Property Development Contact Christine Maclutgash email@example.com COOLMORE Fethard, Co. Tipperary Telephone: 052 6131298 Activity: Thoroughbred Breeding Contact Jerome Casey firstname.lastname@example.org COVIDIEN (DUBLIN) Damastown, Mulhuddart, Dublin 15 Phone: 01 8207940 Activity X-Ray Contrast Media / Bulk Pharmaceutical Manufacturer Contact Liam Hynes email@example.com CORAS IOMPAIR EIREANN Heuston Station, Dublin 8 Telephone: 01 6771871 Activity: Transport Contact Peter Dargan firstname.lastname@example.org CPL RESOURCES Corby Rock , Ballybay Rd., Co. Managhan Phone: 047 30066 Activity: Manufacture of prepared foods for farm animals Contact Paul Mc Carvel email@example.com C 2A North Point House, North Point Business Park, New Mallow Rd, Cork 021 4220400 Activity: Livestock & Property Auctioneers Contact Gerry Moynihan firstname.lastname@example.org CORNMARKET GROUP FINANCIAL SERVICES COOK MEDICAL CORBY ROCK MILL LTD CORK CO-OPERATIVE MARTS 83 Merrion Square, Dublin 2 Phone: 01 6146000 Activity: Technology Recruitment Specialists Contact Edel Murphy email@example.com CREATIVE LABS IRELAND Ballycoolin Business Park Blanchardstown, Dublin 15 Telephone: 01 8206444 Activity: Multimedia Products Manufacturing & Distrib. Contact Miriam Brennan firstname.lastname@example.org CREGANNA Parkmore West Industrial Estate Galway Telephone: 091 757801 Activity: Medical Device Design, Development & Manufa Contact Sean French email@example.com CRH Belgard Castle, Clondalkin, Dublin 22 Telephone: 01 4041000 Activity: Building Materials Suppliers Contact Portia Fay Phone 01 4041000 firstname.lastname@example.org CROSS REFRIGERATION (IRL) Mallow Road, Co.Cork Phone: 021 4302321 Activity: Refrigerator Distributor Contact Karen Clarke email@example.com CROSS VETPHARM GROUP Broomhill Rd., Tallaght, Dublin 24 Phone: 01 4515011 Activity: Manufacture & Distribution of Veterinary Medicines Contact Kate O Donoghue firstname.lastname@example.org CROWN PAINTS Malahide Rd.,Coolock, Dublin 17 Phone: 01 8474222 Activity: Paint Distributors Contact Fionla Masterson email@example.com CRYPTOLOGIC Marine House, 3rd Floor Clanwilliam Place, Dublin 2 Phone: 01 2340400 Activity: Gaming Software Contact James Purcell firstname.lastname@example.org CHECK OUT OUR ADVERT ON PG 86 CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 www.gosave.ie top 1000 companies CURAM SOFTWARE DARTA SAVING LIFE 15 Joyce Way, Park West Bus Pk Clondalkin, Dublin 12 Phone: 01 4323000 Activity: Software & Systems Development Contact Susan Layden email@example.com Mespil Court, 39a Mespil Rd.,D.4 Phone: 01 6205640 Activity: Assurance Contact Roberta Mura firstname.lastname@example.org DATALEX (IRELAND ) LTD CWS-BOCO 3a & 3F The Plaza Parkwest Business Park, Dublin 12 01 Phone: 8983800 Activity: Textile Rental / Hygiene Services Contact Aisling McDermott email@example.com DAIRYGOLD Fermoy Road, Mitchelstown, Co. Cork Phone: 025 24411 Activity: Dairy Product Manufacture and Sales Contact Geraldine Fitzpatrick firstname.lastname@example.org 145 Lakeview Drive, Airside Business Pk Swords, Co. Dublin Phone: 01 8701200 Activity: Energy, Facility & Utility Management Contact Donal Crowley email@example.com DAN MORRISSEY (IRE) LTD Bennekerry, Co. Carlow Phone: 599131464 Activity: Manufacture of concrete products for construction Contact Andrew Morrissey firstname.lastname@example.org 1st Floor Harmony Court Harmony Row, Dublin 2 Phone: 01 6316100 Drink & Food Distribution Contact Niall Mc Grath email@example.com DANNIGER Chapel House 21- 26 Parnell Street, Dublin 1 Telephone: 01 8657100 Activity: Residential & Commercial Construction Contact Lisa Royceton firstname.lastname@example.org DANSKO FOODS LTD DELOITTE Paragon House, Cork Rd., Co. Waterford Phone: 51373713 Activity: Civil engineering construction Contact David Flynn email@example.com DENIS MAHONY GROUP DAVID FLYNN LTD Grannagh, Co. Waterford Telephone: 051 309200 Activity: Food Processing Contact Paul Nolan firstname.lastname@example.org DCC DCC House, Brewery Road Stillorgan, Co. Dublin Telephone: 01 2799400 Activity: Sales & Business Support Contact Alison Graham email@example.com DDFH & B LIMITED DANAEVE 3 Christchurch Square, Dublin 8 Phone: 01 4106666 Activity: Full Service Advertising Agency Contact Miriam Hughes firstname.lastname@example.org DE LAGE LANDEN IRELAND 1 George’s Quay Plaza, George’s Quay Dublin 2 Phone: 01 4814100 Activity: Cross Border Financing, Leasing & Treasury Contact Gay Pitcher email@example.com DE PUY (IRELAND) Lough Beg, Ringaskiddy, Co. Cork Phone: 021 4914000 Activity: Manufacturer of Orthopaedic Implants Contact Pauline Coveny firstname.lastname@example.org Sarsfield Road, Kilmallack, Co. Limerick Phone: 063 98571 Activity: Liquid milk and cream production Contact Suzanne O Neill email@example.com Raheen Industrial Estate, Limerick Telephone: 061 304091 Activity: Manufacturer & Sales of Computer Systems Contact Sinead Gorby firstname.lastname@example.org Global Headquarters Block U East Point Business Park, Dublin 3 Phone: 01 8063500 Activity: Travel Distribution software & solutions Contact Clodagh Flynn email@example.com DAWN MEATS GROUP DALKIA (IRELAND) DELL PRODUCTS Earlsford Terrace, Dublin 2 Phone: 01 417 2200 Activity: Audit, Tax, Consulting and financial advisory service Contact Gerry Keating In writing Kilbarrack Road, Dublin 5 Phone: 01 8322701 Activity: Motor Sales & Contract Leasing Contact Olivia Flynn firstname.lastname@example.org DENNISON TRAILERS Maudlins Cross, Naas, Co. Kildare Phone: 045 866468 Activity: Manufacturer of Trailers Contact John Byrne email@example.com DES KELLY INTERIORS 368 North Circular Rd Phibsboro, Dublin 7 Phone: 01 8300671 Furniture/Floor Coverings Retailers Contact Des Kelly firstname.lastname@example.org DESIGNER GROUP 52 Nore Road Dublin Industrial Estate, Dublin 11 Phone: 01 8600520 Electrical & Mechanical Engineering Contact Darren Mc Grath email@example.com DEW VALLEY FOODS Holycross Rd.,Thurles, Co. Tipperary Phone: 0504 46110 Activity: Manufacturer / Distributor of Meat Products Contact Tim Dooley firstname.lastname@example.org DEXIA INVESTMENTS IRELAND 6 George’s Dock, IFSC, Dublin 1 Phone: 01 6455000 Activity Financial Services Contact Liz Kiernan email@example.com DEBENHAMS 54-62 Henry Street, Dublin 1 Phone: 01 8147200 Activity: Department Stores Contact Karen Nason firstname.lastname@example.org CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 CSR 103 DHL EXPRESS & FREIGHT DHL House, Malahide Rd., Swords, Co. Dublin Phone: 01 8700700 Activity: International Express Delivery Contact Caroline Cannon email@example.com DIMPCO Airport Road, Cloghran, Co. Dublin Phone: 01 8424833 Activity: Electric Appliance Distributors Contact Pat Mc Carthy firstname.lastname@example.org DIXON STORE GROUP IRELAND DHL GLOBAL FORWARDING Furry Park, Santry, Dublin 9 Phone: 01 8161000 Activity: Logistics Contact Theresa Tyrell email@example.com Unit 17 Park West Industrial Estate Naas Road, Dublin 12 Phone: 01 6262430 Activity: Home Appliance & PC Retailer Contact Declan Ronayne firstname.lastname@example.org DIAGEO IRELAND DONEGAL CREAMERIES St James’s Gate, Dublin 8 Phone: 01 4536700 Activity: Alcoholic Beverages Production / Sales / Dist. Contact Charity Committee email@example.com DIALOGIC DONEGAL MEAT PROCESSORS Unit 4034, Citywest Bus Campus Saggart, Co. Dublin Phone: 01 6309000 Activity Software Development Contact Jen Tuzlak firstname.lastname@example.org DIAMOND INNOVATIONS Drumnashear, Carrigans Co. Donegal Telephone: 074 9140228 Activity: Meat processors Contact Michael Mc Kay email@example.com Clonshaugh Business Park Clonshaugh, Dublin 17 Phone: 01 8037700 Activity: Mfr Superabrasive Materials / Ancillary Prod. Contact Majella Rickard firstname.lastname@example.org DID ELECTRICAL Unit 18, Fonthill Business Park Fonthill, Dublin 22 Phone: 01 6250200 Activity: Home Appliance Retailers Contact Amanda Houlihan In writing DIESEL CARD IRELAND Unit 4,2nd Floor,Galway Technology Pk,Parkmore, Co. Galway Phone: 1890 242324 Activity: Fuel Card Marketing Contact Tom Pickles email@example.com DIGITAL RIVER IRELAND LTD Unit 4,Westpark, Shannon, Co. Clare Phone: 061 230000 Activity: Computer related activiites Contact Patricia O’ Rourke In Writing D CSR 104 Ballyraine, Letterkenny Co. Donegal Phone: 074 9121766 Activity: Dairy/ Agricultural Services Contact Margaret Mc Daid firstname.lastname@example.org DONNELLY GROUP Roslin Food Park, St. Margeret’s, Co. Dublin Phone: 01 8908100 Activity: Fruit / Vegetables Import & Distribution Contact Brian Doyle email@example.com DORNAN ENGINEERING 10 Eastgate Avenue, Eastgate Little Island, Co. Cork Phone: 021 2330900 Activity: Mechanical & Electrical Contracting Contact Gillian Doyle firstname.lastname@example.org DPD Athlone Business Park, Athlone Co. Westmeath Phone: 090 6420500 Activity:Provision of Overnight Courier Service Contact Mairead Mullins email@example.com DPL GROUP Old Kilmainham, Dublin 8 Telephone: 01 4531046 Activity: Builders Merchants/ Bathroom Suites Contact Gerry Maher firstname.lastname@example.org DPS ENGINEERING 4 Eastgate Avenue, Eastgate Business Park, Little Island, Co. Cork Phone: 021 7305074 Activity: Engineering & Project Management Contact: John Flynn email@example.com DRINAGH CO-OP Drinagh, Co. Cork Phone: 028 30116 Activity: Dairy / Mill / Agricultural Providers Contact Joseph O Sullivan firstname.lastname@example.org DSV ROAD LTD. Togher Business Park, Ladytown Naas, Co. Kildare Phone: 045 444777 Activity: Freight transport Contact Marielle Verhaagen email@example.com DUBLIN AIRPORT AUTHORITY Dublin Airport, Cloghra Co. Dublin Telephone: 01 8141111 Activity: Airport Management Contact Deirdre Morris In writing DUBLIN BUS 59/60 Upper O’Connell St., Dublin 1 Phone: 01 8720000 Activity: Bus Operator Contact Dawn Bailey firstname.lastname@example.org DUBLIN PORT COMPANY Port Centre, Alexandra Road, D.1 Telephone: 01 8876000 Activity: Port Authority Contact Brenda Daly email@example.com DUGGAN BROTHERS (CONTRACTORS) Richmond, Templemore Co. Tipperary Telephone: 0504 31311 Activity: Building/Civil Engineering Contact Conor Scott firstname.lastname@example.org DUGGAN STEEL GROUP Dublin Road, Co. Kilkenny Phone: 056 7722485 Activity: Steel Manufacturers & Distributors Contact Charles Felix In writing CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 top 1000 companies DULUX PAINTS IRELAND Shandon Works, Commons Rd.,Co. Cork Phone: 021 4220222 Activity: Paint Manufacturer Contact Noreen O' Brien email@example.com DUNNES STORES EASON & SON 80 Middle Abbey St., Dublin 1 Telephone: 01 8583800 Activity: Books/ Stationers/ Magazine Sales Contact John Cudlipp firstname.lastname@example.org Beaux Lane House, Lower Mercer St., Dublin 2 Telephone: 01 4751111 Activity: Retailing Contact Paula Addison email@example.com EAST CORK OIL COMPANY DWYER NOLAN DEVELOPMENTS EBAY IRELAND Broomfield West, Middleton, Co. Cork Phone: 021 4631206 Activity: Oil Distribution Contact Martina O Regan firstname.lastname@example.org Stonebridge House, Stonebridge Close, Shankill, Co. Dublin Phone: 01 2827200 Activity: Building Contractors Contact Edwin Dwyer email@example.com The Atrium Building, Blanchardstown Dublin 15 Online Purchasing Systems Contact John McElligott In writing DYNEA IRELAND LTD. Level4 Fitzwilliam Bus Centre 77 Sir Rogersons Quay , Dublin 2. Phone: 01 6624933 Activity: Insurance Contact Laura O Brien firstname.lastname@example.org Marino Point, Cobh, Co. Cork Phone: 214855100 Activity: Manufacture of plastics inpromary forms Contact Theresa O’Sullivan email@example.com ECOCEM Portview House,3rd Floor,Thorncastle St., Ringsend, Dublin 4 Phone: 01 6670900 Activity: Cement Production Contact John Newell firstname.lastname@example.org DZ BANK IRELAND Guild House, Guild Street, IFSC, Dublin 1 Phone: 01 6700715 Activity: International Banking Contact Louise Keane email@example.com EDDIE ROCKETS RESTAURANTS 7 South Anne St., Dublin 2 Phone: 01 6797340 American Style Diners Contact Carol O’ Hanlon firstname.lastname@example.org E & I ENGINEERING IRELAND LTD Ballyderowen, Burnfoot, Co. Donegal Phone: 749368719 Activuty: Manufacture of electricity distribution and control apparatus Contact Philip O’Doherty email@example.com EDMUND RICE SCHOOLS TRUST LTD. EAGLE STAR LIFE ASSURANCE CO (IRELAND) Eagle Star House Frascati Road, Blackrock, Co. Dublin Telephone: 01 2831301 Activity: Life Assurance Contact Avril Chambers firstname.lastname@example.org EARTH TECH HOLDINGS LTD AECOM Kingswood Drive Citywest Business Campus,Dublin 24 Phone: 014039300 Activity: Engineering and technical consulting activities Contact Pat Phibbs email@example.com ECCLESIASTICAL INSURANCE Meadow Vale Cloneen Road Blackrock , Co. Dublin Phone: 2897511 Activity: Primary Education Contact Louise callaghan firstname.lastname@example.org EDUCATIONAL BUILDING SOCIETY The EBS Building, 2 Burlington Road Dublin 4 Telephone: 01 6659000 Activity: Financial Services Contact Aidan Power email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org EI ELECTRONICS Shannon Industrial Estate Shannon, Co. Clare Telephone: 061 471277 Activity: Manufacturer of Fire Safety Products Contact Head of Marketing email@example.com EIRCOM 112/114 St Stephen’s Green West Dublin 2 Telephone: 01 6714444 Activity: Voice, Data & Internet Services In writing EIRGRID 160 Shelbourne Road Ballsbridge, Dublin 4 Phone: 01 6771700 Activity: Electricity Transmissions System Operator Contact Emma O’ Donnell firstname.lastname@example.org ELAN PHARMA Monksland Industrial Estate Athlone Co Westmeath Phone: 090 6495000 Activity: Pharmaceutical Research & Manufacturing Contact Gillian Lacey In writing ELAVON FINANCIAL SERVICES PO Box 56, Arklow Business Pk., Arklow, Co. Wicklow Phone: 040 225555 Activity: Credit Card Merchant Services Contact Lisa Kelly email@example.com ELECTRICITY SUPPLY BOARD Lower Fitzwilliam St., Dublin 2 Telephone: 01 6765831 Activity: Electricity Supply Contact John Redmond In writing ELECTROLUX GROUP (IRELAND) Long Mile Road, Dublin 12 Phone: 01 4565222 Activity: Household Appliance Distributor Contact Siobhan Smith firstname.lastname@example.org ELEMENT SIX Shannon Ind. Estate, Co. Clare Telephone: 061 471655 Activity: Industrial Diamonds Contact Pamela White email@example.com CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 CSR 105 ELI LILLY ENGINE LEASE FINANCE CORPORATION Shannon Business Dunderrow, Kinsale, Co. Cork Phone: 021 4772699 Activity: Bulk Pharmaceutical Manufacturer Contact Jean Madden firstname.lastname@example.org Park Shannon, Co. Clare Phone: 061 363555 Activity: Engine Financing & Leasing Brigine Brennan In writing P ELLIOTT & CO Century Business Park, Dublin Road Co. Cavan Telephone: 049 4331066 Activity: Building/Civil Engineering Contact Claire Turner email@example.com ENTERASYS NETWORKS Unit 1a, Block B Shannon Industrial Estate, Co. Clare Phone: 061 705500 Activity: Enterprise Networking Contact Tom Foley In writing ELSEVIER IRELAND LTD. Elsevier House, Brookvale Plaza East Park, Shannon, Co. Clare Phone: 061 709600 Activity: Publishing of journals and peridicals Contact Liza Keane firstname.lastname@example.org EPSA IRELAND LTD Suite 8, Plaza 256, Blanchardstown Business Park, Ballycoolin, Dublin 15 Phone: 018829818 Activity: Construction of commercial buildings Contact Sonia Flattery email@example.com ELVERY'S SPORTS Tuam Road, Co. Galway Phone: 094 9020300 Activity: Sports Goods Retailing Contact Annmarie Hanly firstname.lastname@example.org EQUANT NETWORK SERVICES INT. LTD. (ORANGE BUSINESS SERVICES) Garryhard House, 25-26 Earlsfort Terrace Dublin 2 Phone: 4025900 Telecommunications Contact Naomi Brown email@example.com EM NEWS DISTRIBUTION (IRELAND) LTD. Willsborough Ind. Est., Clonshaugh, Dublin 17 Phone: 8023200 Activity: Newspapers & Magazines nationwide distribution Contact Craig Skelton In writing EQUIPMENT COMPANY OF IRELAND Aerodrome Business Park Rathcoole, Co. Dublin Phone: 01 5008700 Activity: Plant Equipment Sales Contact Denis Murray firstname.lastname@example.org EMC IRELAND Ovens, Co. Cork Telephone: 021 4281500 Activity: Computer Data Storage Contact Colm Harrington email@example.com ERNST & YOUNG EMUSE TECHNOLOGIES U24 Trinty Enterprise Centre Pearse Street, Dublin 2 Phone: 01 671 7317 Activity: Integrated Advertising Solutions Contact Tom Keaveney In writing ENERGIA E Mill House, Ashtown Gate, Navan Road Dublin 15 Phone: 01 8692000 Activity: Electricity Supplier Contact Michael Ringland firstname.lastname@example.org CSR 106 Block 1 Harcourt Centre, Harcourt St., Dublin 2 Phone: 4750555 Activity: Auditors / Accountants / Business & Tax Advisors Contact Tara Lillywhite In writing ESB INDEPENDENT ENERGY Woodford Business Park, Santry Dublin 17 Contact: 01 8628300 Activity: Marketing of Electricity Contact Susan Kinane email@example.com ESSILOR GROUP IRELAND Raheen Industrial Park Co. Limerick Telephone: 061 227533 Activity: Manufacturer of Optical Lenses Contact Angela Keogh firstname.lastname@example.org ESSO IRELAND Dublin Joint Fuels Terminal Alexandra Road, Dublin 1 Phone: 01 8555559 Activity: Petrol Distributor Contact Tony Parr In writing EURO CAR PARKS (IRELAND) Euro House, Feltrim Rd Swords, Co. Dublin Phone: 01 890 8320 Activity: Car parks / clamping Contact David Cullen email@example.com EUROPEAN RUGBY CUP Huguenot House 35/38 St. Stephens Green, Dublin 2 Phone: 01 6769286 Activity: Promotion, Organisation of Rugby Union Contact David Donovan firstname.lastname@example.org EVERSHEDS O' DONNELL SWEENEY One earlsford Centre, Earslford Terrace Dublin 2 Phone: 01 6644 200 Activity: Commercial Lawyers Contact Alan Murphy email@example.com EWL ELECTRIC Unit 4/5 Western Parkway Bus. Centre Lower Ballymount Road, Dublin 12 Phone: 01 4506388 Activity: Electrical Distributors Contact Craig Miller firstname.lastname@example.org EXEL TECHNOLOGY SUPPLY CHAIN SOLUTIONS (IRELAND) LTD (DHL) Western Business Park, Oak Road Dublin 12 Phone: 14050800 Activity: Manufacture of computers and IT Equipment Contact Stewart McSweeney email@example.com FA WYATT Unit 9, Keypoint Business Park Ballycoolin Rd,Blanchardstown, Dublin 11 Phone: 01 8606400 Activity: Fast Moving Consumer Goods Distribution Contact Tim Murphy firstname.lastname@example.org CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 top 1000 companies FANNIN HEALTHCARE FIELD BOXMORE Blackthorn Road, Sandyford Ind Est, Foxrock, Dublin 18 Telephone: 01 2944500 Activity: Medical Supplies/Equipment Contact Hilary Hopkins email@example.com Fonthill Business Park, Fonthill Road Dublin 22 Phone: 01 6236700 Activity: Pharmaceutical & Healthcare Labels Contact Dermot Behan In writing FBD HOLDINGS FBD House, Bluebell, Dublin 12 Telephone: 01 4093200 Activity: Financial Services Contact Maura Dillon firstname.lastname@example.org FIELDS / ANTHONY NICHOLAS 155 Townsend Street, Dublin 2 Phone: 01 4779000 Activity: Wholesale & Retail Jewellery Contact Gerry Bohan email@example.com FEBVRE & CO Highfield House, Burton Hall Road Sandyford Industrial Estate, Dublin 18 Phone: 01 295 9030 Activity: Wine Importation / Distribution / Catering Product Distribution Contact Richard Crowe firstname.lastname@example.org FEDERAL SECURITY SOLUTIONS FINEOS CORPORATION Pembroke House, 8-10 Lower Pembroke St., Dublin 2 Phone: 01 6399700 Activity: Financial Software Design Contact Michael Kelly email@example.com Westpoint Business Park, Ballincollig Co. Cork Telephone: 021 4876242 Activity: Security Solutions Contact Caitriona Martin caitriona.martin@federalsecuritygroup. com FINSA FOREST PRODUCTS FERRERO IRELAND George’s Quay, Dublin 1 Phone: 01 2075000 Activity: Mortgages, Savings & Investment Products Contact Frances Mc Loughlin firstname.lastname@example.org Kinsale Road, Co. Cork Phone: 021 4917600 Activity: Packaging, Manufacturing & Confectionary Contact Zita O’ Rourke email@example.com FIRST ACTIVE FITZPATRICKS GARAGE GROUP LTD. FEXCO Iveragh Road, Killorglin, Co. Kerry Telephone: 066 9761258 Activity: Financial Services Contact Helena Buckley firstname.lastname@example.org Dublin Road, Co. Kildare Phone: 45533300 Activity: Sale of motor vehicles Contact Natasha Hogan email@example.com FITZWILTON FIAT AUTO IRELAND Fiat House,Turnpike Road Naas Road, Dublin 22 Phone: 01 4034400 Activity: Vehicle Distribution / Importation Contact Stephen Mc Lernon firstname.lastname@example.org FIDEURAM ASSET MANAGEMENT George’s Court, Townsend St., Dublin 2 Phone: 01 6738000 Activity: Asset Management Contact Stephanie Muneretto email@example.com Scariff, Co. Clare Telephone: 061 921038 Activity: Chipboard Manufacturer Contact Niamh Cleary firstname.lastname@example.org Embassy House, Herbert Park Lane Ballsbridge, Dublin 4 Phone: 01 2607746 Activity: Investment company Contact Katharine email@example.com FKM GROUP 14 River Walk, Citywest Business Park Dublin 24 Telephone: 01 4145000 Activity: Engineering & Fulfillment Service Contact Brendan Griffin firstname.lastname@example.org FLANCARE (CLONMEL) DISTRIBUTION LTD Carrigeen Business Park, Clonmel Co. Tipperary Telephone: 052 6126800 Activity: Logistics Contact JJ Killian email@example.com FLEXTRONICS INTERNATIONAL CORK Kilbarry Industrial Estate, Dublin Hill Co. Cork Telephone: 021 2300000 Activity: Electronic Manufacturing Services Provider Contact Eimear Lynch firstname.lastname@example.org FLI ENVIRONMENTAL Six Cross Roads Business Park Carriganard, Co. Waterford Phone: 051 353190 Activity: Specialist Environmental Contractor Contact Marion Treacy email@example.com FLOGAS IRELAND Dublin Road, Drogheda, Co. Louth Phone: 041 9831041 Activity: Distributor of LPG Contact: Eoin O Flynn firstname.lastname@example.org FLYNN O'FLAHERTY PROPERTIES 21 Pembroke Road, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4 Telephone: 01 6605511 Activity: Property Developers Contact Susan Wedick email@example.com FORTIS PRIME FUND SOLUTIONS IRELAND 4th Floor, Plaza 2, Custom House Plaza, IFSC, Dublin 1 Telephone:01 6071800 Activity: Investment Fund Banking, Administration Contact Sarah Bennett firstname.lastname@example.org FOURNIER LABS IRELAND Anngrove, Carrightwohill, Co. Cork Telephone: 021 4881400 Activity: Pharmaceuticals Manufacturer Contact karen Hill email@example.com CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 CSR 107 FREEFOAM PLASTICS Central Commercial Park, Centre Park Road, Cork Telephone: 021 4966311 Activity: Manufacture & Supply of PVC-UE Products Contact Brendan Hyland firstname.lastname@example.org GAM FUND MANAGEMENT GAA GAMESTOP GAIETY INVESTMENTS GE CAPITAL AVIATION SERVICES LTD 51 Bracken Rd.,Sandyford Ind. Est., Dublin 18 Phone: 01 2179100 Activity: Security Service Contact Ann Houston email@example.com Croke Park, Jones’ Rd.,Dublin 3 Phone: 01 8363222 Activity: Irish Sports / Language Promotion Contact Padraig Duffy In writing FRIENDS FIRST Cherrywood Business Park Loughlinstown, Dublin 18 Telephone: 01 6610600 Activity: Financial Services Contact Adrian Hegarty firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com 7 Park Road, Dun Laoghaire Co. Dublin Phone: 01 2841713 Activity: Entertainment Promotor Contact Denis Desmond firstname.lastname@example.org FRUIT OF THE LOOM INTERNATIONAL LTD. Unit 6 Lisfannon Business Centre Buncranna Lifford, Co. Donegal Phone: 074 9362222 Activity: Clothing manufactures Contact Eugene McIlroy email@example.com Georges Court, 54-62 Townsend Street Dublin 2 Phone: 01 6093927 Activity: Asset Management Contact Nikki Moore firstname.lastname@example.org Estuary House, Swords Bus. Pk., Swords, Co. Dublin Phone: 01 8135350 Activity: Computer Games Retailers Contact Tonya Mc Donald email@example.com Aviation House, Shannon, Co. Clare Phone: 61706500 Activity: General management consultancy activities Contact Sarah Webb In wiriting GALCO STEEL FUJITSU SERVICES Airside Business Park, Swords, Co. Dublin Telephone: 01 8136000 Activity: Management & Technical Consulting Services Contact Jean Barden firstname.lastname@example.org FURLONG FLOORING Unit A Ballymount Cross Ind Estate Naas Road, Dublin 24 Phone: 01 4092000 Activity: Carpet & Flooring Wholesalers Contact Noel Furlong email@example.com FYFFES 1 Beresford St., Dublin 7 Phone: 01 8872700 Activity: Fruit & Vegetable Import / Distribution Contact Dr. Lawerence Swan In writing G & T CRAMPTON (HOLDINGS) G4S (GROUP 4 SECURICOR) Ballintaggart House, Clonskeagh Road Clonskeagh, Dublin 14 Phone: 016630300 Construction of commercial buildings Contact Tommy Moloney firstname.lastname@example.org Ballymount Road, Walkinstown Dublin 12 Phone: 01 4506671 Activity: Light Steel Fabrication Contact Declan O’Dwyer email@example.com GE HEALTHCARE GALMOY MINES LTD GE MONEY Galmoy, Crosspatrick, Thurles Co. Tipperary Phone: 056 8837100 Activity: Mining Contact Steffan Mansson firstname.lastname@example.org IDA Business Park, Carrigtwohill,Co. Cork Telephone: 021 4883366 Activity: Pharmaceuticals Manufacturer Contact Pascal Mc Carthy email@example.com Golden Lane, Dublin 8 Phone: 01 4780000 Activity: Consumer Finance Contact Alison Ladrigan firstname.lastname@example.org GALVINS WINES & SPIRITS GE SECURITIES Bessboro Rd.,Blackrock Co. Cork Phone: 021 4972200 Activity: Wine Importers / Distribution Contact Tom Desmond email@example.com 2007-2008 Orchard Avenue Citywest Business Campus, Dublin 24 Telephone: 01 4699600 Activity: Security Systems Manufacturer Contact Elaine Duignan firstname.lastname@example.org GALWAY CLINIC DOUGHISKA GENERAL MOTORS Doughiska, Co. Galway Phone: 091 785000 Activity: Private Hosptial Contact Mark Sheehan email@example.com GALWAY PLANT & TOOL HIRE GPT Industrial Estate, Tuam Road Co. Galway Telephone: 091 755793 Activity: Machinery & Equipment Hire / Supply Contact Vivienne King firstname.lastname@example.org General Motors House,Fern Road Business Estate, Sandyford, D.18 Phone: 01 2161000 Activity: Vehicle Distributor Contact Gillian Whittall email@example.com GENESIS LEASE 4450 Atlantic Avenue, Westpark Shannon, Co. Clare Phone: 061 233300 Activity: Aircraft Leasing Contact Cecelia O’ Neill firstname.lastname@example.org F-G CSR 108 CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 top 1000 companies GEODIS IRELAND LTD GLENEAGLE HOTEL GROUP Damastown Ind. Park, Mulhuddard Co. Dublin Phone: 8263000 Activity: Transport activites Contact: Ciara O'Neill email@example.com Muckross Rd, Killarney, Co. Kerry Telephone: 064 6636000 Activity:Hotels & Entertainment Contact Siobhan Dennehy firstname.lastname@example.org GLENMAN CORPORATION Merrion House, Tuam Road Centre Tuam Road, Co. Galway Phone: 091 756688 Activity: Building Contractor Contact Brendan Reynolds email@example.com GEORGIA PACIFIC McKee Avenue, Finglas, Dublin 11 Phone: 01 8068100 Activity: Manufacturer of Disposable Paper & Foil Products Contact Liam Hennessey firstname.lastname@example.org GERARD LABORATORIES GLENNON BROS TIMBER Baldoyle Industrial Estate, Dublin 13 Telephone: 01 8393788 Activity: Pharmaceuticals Manufacturer Contact Paul Collins email@example.com GILBEYS Nangor House, Nangor Road Dublin 12 Phone: 01 4292200 Activity: Beer / Wine Distribution Contact Maureen Stewart firstname.lastname@example.org GILEAD SCIENCES LTD IDA Business and Technology Park Carrigtohill, Co. Cork Phone: 214825500 Activity: Wholesale of pharmaceutical goods Contact Martin Farrell email@example.com Saw Mills, Co. Longford Phone: 043 50800 Activity: Timber Processors Contact Mike Glennon firstname.lastname@example.org GLOBAL CROSSING 4th Floor, The Sweepstakes Centre Ballsbridge, Dublin 4 Phone: 01 618 8700 Actovity: IP-Based Fibre Optic Network Contact Mike Kenny email@example.com GLOBOFORCE Heron House, Corrig Road Sandyford Industrial Estate, Dublin 18 Telephone: 01 2160600 Activity: Builders Merchant / DIY Retailer Contact Aidan O’ Mara firstname.lastname@example.org GRAFTON RECRUITMENT Castle River House 14/15 Parliament St., Dublin 2 Phone: 01 6489800 Activity: Employment Agency Contact Caroline Kilbana email@example.com GRAINGER SAWMILLS Enniskeane, Co. Cork Phone: 023 8822800 Activity: Sawmill Contact Susan Grainger firstname.lastname@example.org GOAL GRASSLAND FERTILISERS Glanbia House, Co. Kilkenny Telephone: 056 7772200 Activity: Dairy/Meat Processing/ Agricultural Trade Contact Geraldine Kearney email@example.com GLAXO SMITHKLINE (CORK) GOODE CONCRETE Unit 39, Boeing Road,Airways Ind Est, Santry, Dublin 17 Phone: 01 6055500 Activity:Vehicle Distributor Contact Mike Kenny firstname.lastname@example.org GRAFTON GROUP GRANT THORNTON PO Box 19, Dun Laoghaire Co. Dublin Phone: 01 2809779 Activity: Charity Aid for Developing Countries Contact Lisa O’ Shea email@example.com GLENCULLEN GROUP 1 Herbert Avenue, Merrion Rd., D.4 Phone: 01 2601677 Activity: Motor Distributors / Kitchen Appliances Contact Carmel Tracy In writing 6 Beckett Way, Park West Business Park Dublin 12 Phone: 01 625 8800 Activity: Motivation Solution Company Contact Aimee Scanln firstname.lastname@example.org GLANBIA Currabinny, Carrigaline, Co. Cork Phone: 021 4378800 Activity: Bulk Pharmaceuticals Manufacturer Contact Tilo Hogarty In writing GOWAN GROUP 7th Lock Killeen Road, Dublin 10 Phone: 01 6304444 Activity: Ready Mix, Concrete Blocks & Sand Gravel Contact Peter Goode email@example.com GOULDING CHEMICALS Centre Park Road, Marina, Co. Cork Phone: 021 4911611 Actovoty: Fertiliser / Chemical Blenders Contact Sean Prenderville firstname.lastname@example.org 24/26 City Quay, Dublin 2 Phone 016905805 Activity: Chartered Accountants & Professional Surveyors Contact Roisin Grant email@example.com Ballymount Hse, Parkway Business Ctre Ballymount Cross , Dublin 24 Phone: 01 4609129 Fertiliser Products Manufacturer Contact Tom Browne firstname.lastname@example.org GREAT GAS PETROLEUM (IRELAND) Market House, Churchtown Mallow, Co. Cork Phone: 022 23989 Service Stations & Fuel Supply Contact Ray O Sullivan email@example.com GREEN ISLE FOOD GROUP IDA Ind. Est.,Monread Road Naas, Co. Kildare Phone: 045 876511 Activity: Frozen Foods Manufacturer Contact John Gorman firstname.lastname@example.org CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 CSR 109 GREEN PROPERTY Styne House, Hatch Street Upper Dublin 2 Phone: 01 2418400 Activity: Property Investment / Development Contact Stephen Vernon email@example.com No 2 Northwood Avenue, Santry, D. 9 Activity: Food Processing/Distribution Contact Caroline Bergin firstname.lastname@example.org GREENCORE MALT & AGRI. The Maltings, Athy, Co. Kildare Phone: 059 8640300 Actibity: Maltsters Contact Roddy Feely email@example.com Unit 6 Ballyogan Business Park Ballyogan Road, Sandyford, Dublin 18 Telephone: 01 2947900 Activity: Integrated Waste Management Contact Carolanne Hernon firstname.lastname@example.org GREYHOUND RECYCLING Crag Avenue, Clondalkin Industrial Estate Dublin 22 Phone: 01 4577777 Activity: Waste Management Contact Ronan Gallagher email@example.com GRIFFIN CENTRAL HEATONS Heaton House, IDA Business Park Whitestown, Dublin 24 Telephone: 01 4630100 Activity: Retail Draper Contact Brid Drohan Stewart firstname.lastname@example.org H & K MANUFACTURING Murphy’s Brewery, Leitrim St., Co. Cork Telephone: 021 4503371 Activity: Brewing Contact John Crowley email@example.com HAMMOND LANE METAL Pigeon House Road, Ringsend Dublin 4 Phone: 01 6675335 Scrap Metal Recycling Contact Joe Corcoran firstname.lastname@example.org HANNOVER LIFE RE (IRELAND) 4 Customs House Plaza, IFSC Dublin 1 Phone: 01 6125718 Activity: Life Assurance Contact Delores Lara email@example.com 18-19 Harcourt St., Dublin 2 Telephone: 01 4753928 Activity: Property Developers Contact Nick Doherty firstname.lastname@example.org GRIFFIN CENTRAL HARRIS ASSEMBLERS GROUP 12 St Stephens Green, Dublin 2 Telephone: 01 6776005 Activity: Grocery retailers In writing PO Box 3960, Naas Road, Dublin 12 Phone: 01 4602282 Truck Assembly Distribution Contact Mary Lockley email@example.com GROVE TURKEYS Smithborough, Co. Monaghan Telephone: 047 53000 Activity: Food Products Processing Contact Brendan Mc Guire firstname.lastname@example.org HARVEY NORMAN The Square, Bantry, Co. Cork Phone: 027 50001 Activity:Wholesale & Retail Distributors Contact Jim O Keefe email@example.com Cork Road, Co. Waterford Telephone: 051 331100 Activity: Game Manufacturer Contact Clare Ludden firstname.lastname@example.org Knockmitten House, Knockmitten Lane Dublin 12 Phone: 01 6055400 Activity: Catering Equipment Manufacturer Contact Juntine Hartop email@example.com HARCOURT DEVELOPMENTS 12 St Stephens Green, Dublin 2 Phone: 01 6776005 Activity: Grocery retailers Contact Larry Dillon firstname.lastname@example.org CSR 110 H & K EUROPE Knockmitten House, Knockmitten Lane Nangor Road, Dublin 12 Phone: 6055400 Activity: Electrical retail Contact General Manager email@example.com GREENSTAR ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES LTD G-H HASBRO IRELAND Unit 14, Parkwest Industrial Park, D.12 Telephone: 01 6298400 Activity: Plasterboard Manufacturer Contact Tom O Callaghan firstname.lastname@example.org GREENCORE GROUP PLC GW BIGGS & CO GYPSUM INDUSTRIES First Floor Brent House, Swords Bus. Park, Swords, Co. Dublin Phone: 01 8704700 Furniture Retailers Contact Mary Keogh email@example.com HEINEKEN IRELAND HELSINN BIREX PHARMACEUTICALS Damastown, Mulhuddart, Dublin 15 Telephone: 01 822 5404 Activity: Manufacture of Pharmaceuticals for Medical Contact Padraig Somers firstname.lastname@example.org HENKEL LOCTITE IRELAND Whitestown Park, Tallaght, D. 24 Phone: 01 4046444 Activity: Adhesive & Sealant Manufacturer Contact Dermot O’ Malley email@example.com HENNES & MAURITZ (H&M) Unit 102 Liffey Valley Shopping Centre Fonthill Road, Dublin 20 Phone: 01 6259907 Activity: Retail Sale of Clothing Contact Magnus Olsson In writing HENRY FORD & SON Elm Court, Boreenmaana Road, Co.Cork Phone: 021 4329277 Activity: Vehicle Distributor Contact Ann O Leary firstname.lastname@example.org HERTZ EUROPE SERVICE CENTRE Swords Business Park, Swords Co. Dublin Phone: 01 8133550 Activity: Car Rental Reservations Call Centre Contact Ronan MacGiolla Phadraig In writing CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 top 1000 companies HERTZ RENTACAR (BOLANDS) HIGGINS MOTORPARK HEVAC HILTON FOODS IRELAND PO Box 23, Ferrybank, Co. Wexford Phone: 053 9152500 Activity: Car Sales & Hertz Franchisee Contact Shauna Mullery email@example.com Headford Road, Co. Galway Phone: 091 741100 Multi-Franchise Motor Retailer Contact Claire Conroy firstname.lastname@example.org Muirfield Drive, Naas Road, Dublin 12 Phone: 01 419 1919 Activity: Heating equipment importation / Distribution Contact Eleanor Brett email@example.com Termonfeckon Road, Drogheda Co. Louth Telephone: 041 9804960 Activity: Food Packaging Contact Pearl Hyland In writing HISPANO CARS HEWLETT-PACKARD GALWAY LTD European Software Centre, Ballybrit Co. Galway Phone: 091 754000 Activity: Software consultancy and supply Contact Barry Kinair In writing HICKEY'S PHARMACY GROUP Raheny Shopping Centre, Howth Road Dublin 5 Telephone: 01 8328433 Activity: Retail Pharmacies Contact Sinead Byrne firstname.lastname@example.org Baldonnell Business Park Baldonnell, Dublin 22 Phone: 01 4698700 Activity: Car Importers Contact Tommy Smith Tomsmith@ohm.ie HJ HEINZ COMPANY IRELAND Stradbrook House, Stradbrook Road Blackrock, Co Dublin Phone: 01 2805757 Activity: Sales & Distribution of HJ Heinz Products Contact Maresa Cagney In writing HOLLISTER ULC Foxford Road, Rehins, Ballina Co. Mayo Telephone: 096 22066 Activity: Medical Products Manufacturer / Distributor Contact Patricia Cunney email@example.com HOMEBASE Royal Liver Retail Park, Dublin 12 Telephone: 01 4569044 Activity: Retail DIY Products Contact Andy Parkin or PA Jackie Brown In writing HONEYWELL INTERNATIONAL TECHNOLOGIES Unit 411, Industrial Estate Cork Road, Co. Waterford Telephone: 051 376411 Activity: Automotive / Aerospace Components Manufacturer Contact Moire Cadogan firstname.lastname@example.org HORGANS DELICATESSEN SUPPLIES Knocknamuck, Mitchelstown, Co. Cork Phone: 025 24977 Delicatessen Suppliers Contact Maura Horgan email@example.com HORIZON TECHNOLOGY GROUP Friends of the Elderly Our volunteers bring friendship to the elderly who live alone and are confined to their homes. Please help us to alleviate the loneliness and isolation. 14 Joyce Way, Park West, Business Park, Nangor Road, Dublin 12 Phone: 01 6204900 Activity: Computer Software Consultants / Training Contact Maxine Kelly firstname.lastname@example.org HORSE RACING IRELAND Thoroughbred County House Embassy Park, Kill, Co. Kildare Telephone: 045 842800 Activity: National Authority for Racing Contact Barbara White email@example.com HOTEL PARTNERS Friends of the Elderly 25 Bolton Street Dublin 1 Tel: 01 8731855 firstname.lastname@example.org www.friendsoftheelderly.ie Friends of the Elderly is an Irish charity CHY 12003 66 Fitzwilliam Square, Dublin 2 01 7037300 Activity: Hotel Operators Contact Brian Clarke email@example.com HSBC IRELAND HSBC House, Harcourt Centre Harcourt Street, Dublin 2 Telephone: 01 4072000 Activity: Financial Services Contact Debra Cunning In writing Sponsored by Adare Productions CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 CSR 111 The range of services which Irish Autism Action provides includes awareness raising, early detection diagnosis, education support, advocacy, counselling, helpline, home based support, transition planning, social housing, research information and advice for families upon receiving diagnosis. Irish Autism Action is an umbrella organisation with over 40 member groups, spread across the 26 counties. Kevin Whelan, CEO ph 086-8163067 firstname.lastname@example.org Colette Charles, Fundraising ph 044 9342576 email@example.com Irish Autism Action 41 Newlands, Mullingar, Co. Westmeath Phone: 044 9331609 www.autismireland.ie Based in Leopardstown, Dublin, the Childrenâ€™s Sunshine Home has been caring for children with life limiting conditions and their families since 1925. We are currently building Irelandâ€™s first Hospice for children, Laura Lynn House. Construction will be completed early in 2011. When completed, Laura Lynn House will have the capacity to support upwards of 300 children and their families nationally per year. We want to make the most of short and precious lives. There are over 1,400 children with life-limiting conditions and over 300 child deaths a year in Ireland, yet there is currently no hospice for children. (There are 42 in the UK). The Children's Sunshine Home Leopardstown Rd, Foxrock, Dublin 18 Telephone: 01 2893151 Fax: 01 2899972 Web: www.sunshinehome.ie Email: firstname.lastname@example.org CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 top 1000 companies HUNTSTOWN POWER COMPANY IMAGINE COMMUNICATIONS GROUP HYUNDAI CARS IRELAND INDAVER IRELAND IAC SEARCH & MEDIA EUROPE LTD INDEPENDENT NEWS & MEDIA Mill House, Ashtown Gate Navan Road, Dublin 15 Phone: 01 8645900 Activity: Electricity Generation Contact Anita Bermingham email@example.com 1a Barrow Street, Dublin 4 Phone: 01 4375000 Activity: Telecommunications & Broadband Provider Contact Lee O’ Carroll firstname.lastname@example.org John F Kennedy Drive, Naas Road Dublin 12 Phone: 01 2405621 Activity: Motor Distributors Contact Reception email@example.com Unit 1 College Business and Technology Park, Blanchardstown North Rd., Dublin 15 Phone: 016877800 Activity: IT and media Contact Michelle Dunne firstname.lastname@example.org IARNROD EIREANN Connolly Station, Amiens Street Dublin 1 Phone: 01 7032310 Activity: Railway Transportation Contact Peter Dargan email@example.com IBM IRELAND Oldbrook House, 24-32 Pembroke Rd, Ballsbride, Dublin 4 Telephone: 01 8154000 Activity: IT Products / Services / Financing / Research Contact Deirdre Kennedy firstname.lastname@example.org ICON CLINICAL RESEARCH South County Business Park Leopardstown, Dublin 18 Telephone: 01 2912000 Activity: Clinical Research Contact Rebecca Connolly email@example.com ICS BUILDING SOCIETY New Century House Mayor Street Lower, Dublin 1 Telephone: 01 6113000 Activity: Building Society Contact corporate volunteering only firstname.lastname@example.org IFG GROUP IFG House, Booterstown Hall Booterstown, Co Dublin Phone: 01 2752800 Activity: Financial Services Contact Suzanne McGuinness email@example.com 4 Haddington Terrace Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin Phone: 01 2804534 Activity: Waste Management Infrastructure Contact Jane Hennessy firstname.lastname@example.org Independent House 2023 Bianconi Avenue, Citywest, D. 24 Telephone: 01 4663200 Activity: Printing / Publishing / Communications Contact Gavin O Reilly email@example.com INGERSOLL RAND IRISH HOLDINGS 170-175 Lakeview Drive Airside Business Park, Swords,Co. Dublin 01 870 7000 Activity: Group Company for Multinational Corp Contact Suzanne Murray firstname.lastname@example.org INSTANT UP-RIGHT IRELAND Parkwest Industrial Estate, Friel Avenue Nangor Road, Dublin 12 Contact 01 6209300 Activity: Scaffolding Manufacturer Contact John Nevin email@example.com INTEC BILLING IDA Business Park, DanganCo. Galway Phone: 091 526611 Activity: Telecommunications Consultants Contact Colette Mc Donnell firstname.lastname@example.org INTERDIRECT TEL LTD 64 Lower Mount Street, Dublin 2 Phone: 014323400 Activity: Wholesale of household goods Contact Sabrina Maher email@example.com INTERLINK IRELAND Galway Road, Athlone, Co. Roscommon Telephone: 090 6420500 Activity: Provision of Overnight Courier Service Contact Patricia Lennon firstname.lastname@example.org INTERNATIONAL MOTORS 65 Broomhill Rd.,Tallaght, Dublin 24 01 Phone: 4520644 Activity: Vehicle importers Contact Sean Dunne email@example.com INTERPAY GROUP IDA Business & Technology Park Ring Road, Kilkenny Phone: 056 7794555 Activity: International Taxation, Finance, & Travel Consultancy Services Contact Terry Clune firstname.lastname@example.org INVER ENERGY LTD River House, Blackpool Park Blackpool, Co. Cork Phone: 214396950 Activity: Wholesale of petroleum and petroleum products Contact Chris O’Callaghan email@example.com INVESTORS FUND SERVICES Block D, Iveagh Court Harcourt Road, Dublin 2 Phone: 01 4752211 Activity: Fund Accounting Contact Conor Clune firstname.lastname@example.org ION TRADING IRELAND 6th Floor Embassy House Herbert Pk Lane, Ballsbridge,Dublin 4 Phone: 01 6030900 Activity: Software for E-Trading Contact Joanne Kelly In writing IRISH AVIATION AUTHORITY Aviation House, Hawkins Street Dublin 2 Phone: 01 6718655 Activity: Safety Regulation/Management of Irish Airspace Contact Jackie Mahon email@example.com IRISH CAR RENTALS GROUP Unit 3, Westlink Business Park Ennis Road, Co. Limerick Phone: 061 206000 Activity: Car/Van Rental/Dealers Contact Coleman O’ Hanlon firstname.lastname@example.org IRISH CEMENT Platin, Drogheda, Co. Louth Phone: 041 9876000 Activity:Cement Manufacturers Contact Ann Halpin email@example.com CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 CSR 113 IRISH COMMERCIALS (SALES) LTD The Gateway Osberstown Naas, Co. Kildare Phone: 45879881 Activity: Sale of new motor vehicles Contact Barry Horn firstname.lastname@example.org IRISH CONTINENTAL GROUP PO Box 19, Ferryport, Alexandra Road Dublin 1 Phone: 01 6075628 Activity: Shipping / Transport / Leisure Contact Jane Slater email@example.com IRISH COUNTRY MEATS Bayland, Camolin, Co. Wexford Phone: 539366300 Activity: Abbattoir / Cold Stores / Boning Contact Annette Gahan firstname.lastname@example.org Irish Life Centre, Lower Abbey St. Dublin 1 Phone: 01 7042000 Activity: Financial Services Contact Gerry Loughrey email@example.com Simmonscourt House Simmonscourt Rd .,Ballsbridge, D. 4 Phone: 01 2129000 Activity: Distillers Contact Jane Murphy firstname.lastname@example.org IRISH LIFE ASSURANCE Unit 2 Doughcloyne Ind. Est.,Co. Cork Phone: 021 4344501 Activity: Freight Forwarding & Logistics Contact Tom Clancy email@example.com IRISH GREYHOUND BOARD 104 Henry Street, Co. Limerick Telephone: 061 316788 Activity: Greyhound Racing Contact Jonathan Denver firstname.lastname@example.org 17 Gilford Road, Sandymount Dublin 4 Phone: 12060600 Activity: Advertising/Marketing Contact Alan Kiernan email@example.com IRISH LIFE & PERMANENT IRISH DISTILLERS GROUP 14 Castle Street, Ardee, Co. Louth Telephone: 041 6850200 Activity: Meat Processing/Export Contact Larry Corrigan firstname.lastname@example.org IRISH INTERNATIONAL COMMUNICATIONS GROUP Tramore Road, Cork City, Co. Cork Phone: 021 4705800 Activity: Hardware and Plumbing Wholesalers Contact Tadhg Healy email@example.com Grattan House, Lower Mount Street Dublin 2 Telephone: 01 6619599 Activity: Export of Dairy Products Contact Margaret Moran firstname.lastname@example.org IRISH FOOD PROCESSORS Unit 4,11 Maynooth Bus Campus Maynooth, Co. Kildare Phone: 01 6549900 Activity:Manufacture & Supply of Explosives Contact Eoin Bartley email@example.com IRISH INTERNATIONAL TRADING CORP (CORK) THE IRISH DAIRY BOARD IRISH EXPRESS HOLDINGS IRISH INDUSTRIAL EXPLOSIVES Irish Life Centre, Lower Abbey Street Dublin 1 Phone: 01 7041010 Activity: Financial Services Contact Shay Weston firstname.lastname@example.org IRISH MAINPORT HOLDINGS Mainport Monaghan Road, Cork Phone: 021 4317900 Activity: Marine Services Company Contact Michael Ronayne email@example.com IRISH MUSIC RIGHTS ORGANISATION Copyright House, Pembroke Row Lower Baggot Street, Dublin 2 Phone: 01 6614844 Activity: Music Performing Rights Administration Contact Keith Johnson firstname.lastname@example.org IRISH NATIONWIDE BUILDING SOCIETY Nationwide House, Grand Parade Dublin 6 Phone: 01 6096000 Activity: Financial Services Contact Susan Oâ€™ Leary email@example.com IRISH RUGBY FOOTBALL UNION 10-12 Lansdowne Road, Dublin 4 Phone: 01 6473800 Activity: Irish Rugby Governing Body Contact Philip Brown firstname.lastname@example.org ISS IRELAND 11-13 Malpas Street, Dublin 8 Phone: 01 4537711 Facilities Management/Contract Cleaners Contact Chris Sullivan email@example.com IT ALLIANCE GROUP 2nd Floor, Park House North Circular Road, Dublin 7 Phone: 01 8690200 Activty: IT Services Contact Pamela Wisley firstname.lastname@example.org IVAX PHARMACEUTICALS IRELAND Unit 301, Waterford Industrial Estate Co. Waterford Phone: 051 331331 Activity: Generic Pharmaceuticals Contact Paddy McMahon email@example.com J A BOLAND & SONS Ferrybank, Co. Wexford Phone: 053 9123711 Activity: Car Sales Contact Ger Boland firstname.lastname@example.org J DONOHOE LIMITED Railway Stores, Templeshannon Enniscorthy, Co. Wexford Phone: 053 9242400 Activity: Wholesale Distribution, Manufacturer & Bottlers Contact Betty Doyle In writing J.C. SAVAGE SUPERMARKET LTD Rathbeale Road, Swords, Co. Dublin Phone: 018402884 Activity: Retail Sales Contact Rose Ryan email@example.com I-J CSR 114 CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 top 1000 companies JACOB FRUITFIELD FOODS Belgard Road, Tallaght, Dublin 24 Phone: 01 4141111 Food Products Manufacture & Distribution Contact Loretta Dignam firstname.lastname@example.org JACOBS ENGINERING IRELAND LTD Merrion House, Merrion Road, Dublin 4 Phone: 12695666 Activity: Engineering design activities for industrial process and production Contact Head of Human Resources email@example.com JANSSEN PHARMACEUTICAL Little Island, Co. Cork Phone: 021 4978500 Activity: Pharmaceutical Ingredients Manufacturer Contact Niamh Hunt firstname.lastname@example.org 36 Airways Industrial Estate, Cloghran Dublin 17 Phone: 01 2411000 Activity: Logistics Freight Forwarder Contact Gareth Jenkinson In writing JJ RHATIGAN & CO. Wolfe Tone House, Father Griffin Road Co. Galway Phone: 091 580800 Activity: Builders Contact Padraig Rhatigan email@example.com Warrington House, Mount Street Crescent, Dublin 2 Phone: 12026000 Activity: Manufacture of tobacco products Contact Amanda Harton firstname.lastname@example.org JOHN A WOOD Barnigore, Ovens, Co. Cork Phone: 021 4800100 Activity: Building Products Provider Contact Liz O Riordan email@example.com Towns Park,Mill Road Middleton, Co. Cork Phone: 021 4631570 Activity: Supermarket Contact Tommy Grimes In writing JOHN PLAYER & SONS JENKINSON GROUP North Road, Exit 5 M50, Dublin 11 Phone: 01 834 2577 Actoivity: BMW Main Dealer Contact Margueiete Aherne firstname.lastname@example.org JOHN HURLEY (MIDDLETON) Dundrum Business Park Dundrum Road, Dublin 14 Phone: 01 2156100 Activity: Building & Civil Engineering Contractors Contact Mary Nolan email@example.com Exit 5 M50 North Road, Dublin 11 Phone: 18503939 Activity: Sale Of Motor Vehicles Contact Janice O’Brien firstname.lastname@example.org JOE DUFFY MOTORS Ardrostig, Bishopstown, Co.Cork Phone: 021 4343340 Activity: Building and Civil Engineering Contractors Contact Patsy Supple email@example.com JOHN PAUL HOLDINGS JDM AUTOMOTIVE LTD JLT IRELAND LTD JOHN F SUPPLE 21 Beckett Way, Nangor Road Dublin 12 Phone: 01 2434800 Activity: Tobacco Manufacturer Contact Deirdre Healy firstname.lastname@example.org JOHNSON & JOHNSON IRELAND Airton Road, Tallaght, Dublin 24 Phone: 01 4665200 Activity: Health & Beauty Care Products Distributor Contact Eamon Murphy email@example.com JOHNSON & PERROTT - AVIS LICENSEE Emmet Place, Co. 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Limerick Phone: 061 226060 Activity: Electric Contractors Contact Tom Ryan email@example.com KLEEREX INTERNATIONAL Unit 151, Grange Drive Baldoyle Industrial Estate, Dublin 13 Phone: 01 839 4650 Activity: Merchandising Solutions Contact Audrey Leonard firstname.lastname@example.org KN NETWORKS Unit 3/4 Crag Ave Business Park Clondalkin, Dublin 22 Phone: 01 4575000 Activity: Telecommunications & Broadband Servicing Contact Donna O Carroll email@example.com KONE IRELAND G7 Calmount Park, Calmont Avenue Ballymount, Dublin 12 Phone: 01 4296200 Activity: Lift Manufacturers Contact Anita Walsh firstname.lastname@example.org Kildare Town, Co. Kildare Phone: 045 530400 Activity: Meat Processor & Exporter Contact Sabrina Burke email@example.com CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 top 1000 companies KOSTAL IRELAND Mountmahon, Abbeyfeale, Co. 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Kilkenny Phone: 567777600 Activity: Development and selling of real estate Contact Josephine Oâ€™Riordain firstname.lastname@example.org MAERSK COMPANY (IRELAND) Naas Road, Rathcoole, Co. Dublin Phone: 01 4588333 Activity: Aircraft Engine Overhaul & Leasing Contact John Tomkins email@example.com Block 1 Blanchardstown Corporate Park Blanchardstown, Dublin 15 Phone: 01 6182500 Activity: Shipping Contact Liam fleming firstname.lastname@example.org LUXOTTICA TRADING AND FINANCE LTD MALDRON HOTELS 2B Block E, Mountain View Leopardstown, Dublin 18 Phone: 014003700 Activity: Furniture / DIY Agents Contact Bekki Faganie email@example.com Lisavaird, Clonakilty, Co. 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Louth Phone: 042 9380108 Activity: Fuel Distribution Contact Hugh Morgan firstname.lastname@example.org MORIARTY GROUP Unit 15 Palmerstown Shopping Centre Kennelsfort Road, Dublin 20 Phone: 01 6235805 Activity: Grocery Retail, Hotel, Property Development Contact Karen Moran email@example.com MORITZ TRADING Moritz House, Old Court Centre Firhouse, Dublin 24 Phone: 01 4008090 Activity: Builders Providers Contact John Barrett firstname.lastname@example.org MURRAY GROUP Willow House, Millenium Park Naas, Co. Kildare Phone: 45855020 Contact Niall Donnelly email@example.com 2 Haddington Road, Baggot Street Bridge Dublin 4 Phone: 01 6142888 Activity: Car/Van Rental Contact Sinead McGuire firstname.lastname@example.org MOY ISOVER MUSGRAVE Great Connell, Newbridge, Co. Kildare Phone: 045 431384 Activity: Civil Engineers Contact William Byrne email@example.com Ardfinnan, Clonmel, Co. Tipperary Phone: 052 7466100 Activity: Glasswool Thermal Insulation Manaufacturer Contact Anne Dowd firstname.lastname@example.org Ballycureen, Airport Rd., Co. Cork Phone: 021 4522222 Activity: Wholesale & Retail Distribution Contact Norma O Sullivan email@example.com MOYVALLEY MEATS Longraigue, Foulksmills, Co. Wexford Phone: 051 565615 Activity: Building Contractor Contact Marie Mythen firstname.lastname@example.org Tanderagee, Broadford, Co. Kildare Phone: 046 9551041 Activity: Meat Processing Contact Sean Mc Dermot email@example.com MSC ( MEDITERRANEAN SHIPPING COMPANY) LTD Apex Business Centre, Blackthorn Road Sandyford, Dublin 18 Phone: 012948704 Activity: Freight transport Contact Sam Fimington Sam.firstname.lastname@example.org MUNSTER JOINERY Bennekerry, Co. Carlow Phone: 059 9131464 Activity: Concrete Products Manufacturer Contact Andrew Whitmore email@example.com Naas Road, Dublin 12 Phone: 014094444 Activity: Distribution and sale of new motor vehicles Contact Bernice Noonan firstname.lastname@example.org MOUNT CARMEL MEDICAL GROUP LTD 2 Loughlinstown Industrial Estate Ballybrack, Co. Dublin Phone: 012826444 Activity: Electronic devices Contact Charlie McKenna email@example.com Fiddown Piltown, Co. Kilkenny Phone: 051 643317 Activity: Oil Importers / Distribution Contact Noel Murphy firstname.lastname@example.org MOTOR DISTRIBUTION LTD MURPHY INTERNATIONAL Naas Road, Dublin 12 Phone: 014094444 Activity: Saleof new motor vehicles Contact Bernice Noonan email@example.com MULTICHANNEL SOLUTIONS FOR ENTERTAINMENT (MSE) LTD MORRIS OIL MORRISSEY DAN CONCRETE MOTOR SERVICES LTD Lacka Cross, Ballydesmond, Co. Cork Phone: 064 51151 Activity: Builders Carpentry / Joinery Contact Jim Daly firstname.lastname@example.org MURPHY & GUNN (HOLDINGS) LTD Rathgar Avenue, Dublin 6 Phone: 014068600 Activity: Sale of new motor vehicles Contact Gerry O’Dwyer gerryo’email@example.com MYTHEN CONSTRUCTION N CONLAN & SONS LTD Kildare Road, Rathangan, Co. Kildare Phone: 045524345 Activity: Sale of motor vehicles Contact Maura firstname.lastname@example.org NASPA DUBLIN La Touche House, IFSC, Dublin 1 Phone: 01 6125400 Activity: Financial Services Contact Helen Giles email@example.com NATIONAL HARDWARE Unit 5 Ashbourne Business Park Ashbourne, Co. Meath Phone: 01 8358600 Activity: DIY Stores Contact Joan Merriman firstname.lastname@example.org NATIONAL INSTRUMENTS IRELAND RESOURCES LTD Wilsborough Ind. Est., Clonshaugh Dublin 17 Phone: 01 8674374 Software consultancy and supply Contact Pauline Lorman email@example.com NATIONAL IRISH BANK (DANSKE GROUP) 3 Harbourmaster Place, IFSC Dublin 1 Phone: 01 484 0000 Activity: Financial Services Contact Anne McCoy firstname.lastname@example.org CSR 121 CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 NATIONAL LEARNING NETWORK LTD NEXGEN FINANCIAL HOLDINGS NATURES BEST HOLDING COMPANY LIMITED NEXT Ormonde House 12 Lower Leeson Street, Dublin 2 Phone: 01 4394900 Activity: Risk Based Tailor Made Solutions Contact Maeve Power email@example.com Roslyn Park, Sandymount , Dublin 4 Phone: 012057200 Activity: Non charitable social work activities without accomadation Contact c/o Pamela Doyle firstname.lastname@example.org Desford Rd.,Enderby LE19 4AT, England Phone: 0044 8000936936 Activity: Clothing Retailer Contact Jeanette Cooper Hudson email@example.com Greenvale Park, Donore Road Drogheda, Co. Louth Phone: 419877500 Activity Manufacture of food products Contact Gerry Thorp firstname.lastname@example.org NICHOLL OILS IRELAND LTD NCR GLOBAL SOLUTIONS Unit 180, Lakeview Drive Airside Bus. Park, Swords, Co. Dublin Phone: 01 8909300 Activity: Interaction Software Sales Contact Colin Murphy email@example.com NESTLE IRELAND 3030 Lake Drive Citywest Business Campus, Dublin 24 Phone: 01 4497777 Activity: Food Manufacture & Distribution Contact Anne-Marie Dowling In writing NETGEAR INTERNATIONAL Building 3, UniversityTechnology Centre Curraheen Road, Co. Cork Phone: 021 2333200 Activity: Sale of computer hardware Contact Davin Whooley firstname.lastname@example.org NEW IRELAND ASSURANCE 11/12 Dawson Street, Dublin 2 Phone: 01 6172000 Activity: Financial Services Contact Charity Committee email@example.com 176 Clooney Road, Eglinton BT473DY Phone: 004471811157 Activity: Wholesale of petroleum amd petroleum products Contact Gary Nicholl In writing NISSAN IRELAND Cedar House,Park West Business Park Nangor Road, Dublin 12 Phone: 01 4091100 Activity: Vehicle / Forklift Distribution Contact Paul O Sullivan firstname.lastname@example.org NOBLE CARBON CREDITS LTD 1 F Gilford Hall, 13 Gilford Road Sandymount, Dublin 4 Phone: 012607660 Activity: Technical Testing and analysis Contact Alan Woods email@example.com NOKIA IRELAND Block 1b, Beechill Office Campus Beaver Road, Dublin 4 Phone: 01 2776400 Activity Mobile Telecommunications Contact Lisa Mc donald firstname.lastname@example.org NORKOM TECHNOLOGIES GROUP 55 Strand Street Great Millennium Walkway, Dublin 1 Phone: 01 8739600 Activity: Financial Solution Provider Contact Estelle Hanley email@example.com NORTEL NETWORKS (IRELAND) Mervue Business Park, Co. Galway Phone: 091 757671 Activity: Telecommunications R & D Contact David Silke firstname.lastname@example.org NORTHSIDE PARTNERSHIP LTD Coolock Development Centre Bunratty Drive, Coolock, Dublin 17 Phone: 018485630 Activity: Regulation of and contribution to more efficient operation of business Contact Matthias Borscheid email@example.com NOVARTIS IRELAND LTD Beech House, Beech Hill Office Campus, Clonskeagh, Dublin 4 Phone: 012601255 Activity: Manufacture of medicaments Contact Head of Marketing firstname.lastname@example.org NOVELL IRELAND SOFTWARE Corrig Court, Corrig Rd., Sandyford Industrial Estate,Dublin 18 Phone: 01 6058000 Activity: Computer Networking Software Contact Jen Gleeson email@example.com NOYEK GROUP Unit B1Ballymount Cross Ind. Est., Ballymount Rd., Dublin 24 Phone: 01 4195700 Activity: Kitchens Floors Decks & Doors Contact Albert Harding firstname.lastname@example.org NS FINANCIAL SERVICES COMPANY NEWCOURT GROUP NOLAN TRANSPORT (OAKLANDS) 37 Fitzwilliam Place, Dublin 2 Activity: Outsourced Services Contact Aine Mulcahy email@example.com Oaklands, New Ross, Co. Wexford Phone: 051 421965 Activity: Logistics & Warehousing Contact Richard Nolan firstname.lastname@example.org Behan House, 10 Lower Mount Street Dublin 2 Phone: 01 6381380 Activity: Transport equipment leasing and rental Contact Susanna Gates email@example.com NEWMARKET CO-OPERATIVE CREAMERIES NOONAN SERVICES NSPIRE RE Newmarket, Co. Cork Phone: 029 60005 Activity: Cheese Manufacturer Contact Michael Cronin firstname.lastname@example.org Hilton House, Ardee Road Rathmines, Dublin 6 Phone: 01 4967700 Activity: Contract Cleaning Contact John Oâ€™ Donoghue email@example.com 1st Floor, 25-28 Adelaide Road Dublin 2 Phone: 01 6424000 Activity: Reinsurance Contact Breda Webb firstname.lastname@example.org N CSR 122 CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 top 1000 companies NTR Burton Court, Burton Hall Drive Sandyford, Dublin 18 Phone: 01 2063700 Activity: Roads, Waste Management,Internet & Bio Energy Contact Carmel O’ Callaghan email@example.com OHM GROUP OPTION WIRELESS OKR GROUP ORACLE EMEA Baldonnell Business Park, Baldonnell Dublin 22 Phone: 01 4034100 Activity: Distribution of Vehicles Contact Tommy Smith firstname.lastname@example.org Rocklands, Co. Wexford Phone: 053 9165300 Activity: Infant Nutrition Manufacturer Contact Mark Rogers email@example.com 21 Merrion Square, Dublin 2 Phone: 01 6628230 Activity: Burger King Franchise Operators Contact Pat O’ Leary firstname.lastname@example.org OASIS FASHIONS IRELAND OLHAUSEN'S NUTRICIA INFANT NUTRITION 3 St Stephen’s Green, Dublin 2 Phone: 01 6714477 Activity: Fashion retailer Contact Joanne Byrne email@example.com ODENBERG INVESTMENTS LTD Unit 2003 Orchard Avenue Citywest Business Campus, Dublin 24 Phone: 014136200 Activity: Industrial Machinery Contact Tara firstname.lastname@example.org Alexandra Road, Dublin 1 Phone: 01 8887500 Activity: Flour Milling Contact Emmet Dalton email@example.com Killarney Plaza Hotel, Kenmare Place Killarney, Co. Kerry Phone: 064 21100 Activity: Hotel Group Contact Mary Hartnett firstname.lastname@example.org O'DONOVAN'S OFF LICENCE Courtstown Industrial Estate Little Island, Co. Cork Phone: 021 4296060 Activity: Off Licence Chain Contact Conor Leahy email@example.com O'FLAHERTY HOLDINGS Leeson Park, Dublin 6 Phone: 01 4094444 Activity: Vehicles Distribution Contact Bernice Noonan firstname.lastname@example.org OGILVY GROUP 5/6 Ely Place, Dublin 2 Phone: 01 6690000 Activity: Advertising / Direct Marketing / PR Contact Gervaise Slowey email@example.com O'REILLY TRANSPORT OLIVER CARTY ORGANIC LENS MANUFACTURING OLYMPUS DIAGNOSTICA IRELAND O'DONOGHUE RING HOTEL GROUP East Point Business Park, Clontarf Dublin 3 Phone: 01 8039000 activity: Software Manufacturer / Sales Contact Marguerite McEntee firstname.lastname@example.org Blanchardstown Industrial Estate Snughborough, Dublin 15 Phone: 01 8695600 Activity: Manufacturer of Pork & Bacon Products Contact Deirdre Roche email@example.com Monksland Industrial Estate, Monksland Athlone, Co. Roscommon Phone: 090 6492472 Activity: Premium Quality Tradition Pork, Bacon & Rashers Contact Ted Carty firstname.lastname@example.org ODLUM GROUP Kilbarry Industrial Park, Dublin Hill Co.Cork Phone: 021 4946210 Activity: Handheld Data Communications Contact Paul Finn email@example.com Lismeehan, O’Callaghan’s Mills Co. Clare Phone: 065 6831100 Activity: Diagnostic Kits Manufacturer Contact Liam Mc Gregor In writing OMNICOMMEDIAGROUP (IRELAND) LTD 3 Dundrum Business Park Dundrum, Dublin 14 Phone: 012060771 Activity: Advertising Contact Tim Griffiths firstname.lastname@example.org ONE51 151 Thomas Street, Dublin 8 Phone: 01 6121151 Activity: Services Group Contact Barbara Hurley email@example.com OPENET TELECOM 6 Beckett Way,Parkwest Business Park Dublin 12 Phone: 01 6204600 Activity: Telecom Software Contact Therese O’ Reilly firstname.lastname@example.org Promenade Road, Port of Dublin Dublin 3 Phone: 01 8659000 Activity: Road Haulage Contact Eugene O’ Reilly email@example.com Gort Road Industrial Estate, Ennis Co. Clare Phone: 065 6840300 Activity: Plastic Lens Manufacturing Contact Amy O Leary firstname.lastname@example.org ORIGIN ENTERPRISES 151 Thomas Street, Dublin 8 Phone: 01 6121226 Activity: Fertiliser & Animal Feed, Marine Proteins, Food Products Contact Jane Bradley email@example.com ORIX AVIATION SYSTEMS 2nd Floor, Booterstown Hall Bootertown Ave.,Booterstown,Co. Dublin Phone: 01 6700633 Activity: Aircraft Financing & Leasing Contact John Leech firstname.lastname@example.org ORMONDE MINING PLC Ormonde House, Metges lane Navan, Co. Meath Phone: 046 9073623 Activity: Exploration company Contact Fraser Gardiner In writing OSB GROUP Clougheen Business Park, Blarney Road Co. Cork Phone: 021 4392166 Activity: DIY Kitchens Contact Neil O Sullivan email@example.com CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 CSR 123 We are recruiting! Positions are currently available for energetic, self-starters, with a desire to contribute to their local community and at the same time build team spirit in their own work place! Do you have what it takes? We are looking to appoint a dedicated volunteer to champion the Barnardos cause in your office. Each Office Hero will be given an information pack outlining the many ways that staff at your company can get involved with Barnardos. Barnardos would be delighted to arrange an information day at your office and distribute details to staff about this exciting new initiative. Contact Frank at Barnardos for more information on how to become an Office Hero today! T: 01 4530355 or E: firstname.lastname@example.org Help us raise much needed funds for vulnerable children! Barnardos has over 40 Centres around the country located at the heart of communities. In these centres we provide a number of direct family support services. All of Barnardos services respond to the needs of the individual children, families and communities that we serve. Barnardos works to improve the lives of all children in Ireland, and in particular children who face barriers in reaching their full potential – barriers like poverty, abuse, neglect or bereavement. ECCLESIASTICAL INSURANCE AND BARNARDOS A SUCCESSFUL CORPORATE PARTNERSHIP Since 2008 Ecclesiastical Insurance has been working in partnership with Barnardos as part of their Corporate Social Responsibility strategy. With a target of raising €50,000 over a two year period in support of Barnardos Children’s Services, the partnership began with a donation from Ecclesiastical and a commitment to sponsor various Barnardos initiatives. Further goals set included engaging with Ecclesiastical staff to raise awareness of Barnardos work, whilst generating further funds in support of Barnardos through staff-led fundraising. To-date the partnership has been a tremendous success. Ecclesiastical Insurance achieved their target of generating €50,000 in funding over two years, and has chosen to extend their partnership with Barnardos in the future. Ecclesiastical Insurance support for Barnardos over this the last three years has included sponsoring the 2009 Christmas Giving Tree appeal which generated substantial funds, participating in a number of Barnardos fundraising events each year, such as the Barnardos golf classic and the Spirit of Christmas gala dinner, and by encouraging their staff to organise their own FUNdraising events. The latter has included everything from staff recycling their unwanted items of clothing and donating them to the Barnardos shops, to staff taking part in the Dublin City Marathon and the Women’s mini-marathon; bake sales, comedy nights and tables quizzes. And we’ve even had Ecclesiastical staff jumping out of a plane as part of a sponsored skydive in support of Barnardos, and another who climbed Kilimanjaro! All of this has been hugely beneficial to Barnardos, both in terms of raising vital funds and building awareness, but the partnership has also contributed greatly to building Ecclesiastical staff morale and reinforcing the perception of Ecclesiastical Insurance as an ethical company, contributing to their local community. Barnardos would like to take this opportunity to thank the team at Ecclesiastical Insurance for their fantastic support over the last number of years and for participating in so many fundraising activities which have raised vital funds for CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 Barnardos Children’s Services. top 1000 companies OUT HAUS GROUP PADDY POWER OVE ARUP & PARTNERS IRELAND PADRAIG THORNTON WASTE DISPOSAL LTD Unit 26 Airways Industrial Estate Santry, Dublin 17 Phone: 01 8421277 Activity: Sales and Manufacture of Bricks, Natural Stone and Clay Products Contact Beatrice O Sullivan email@example.com 50 Ringsend Road, Dublin 4 Phone: 012334455 Activity: Engineering and design consultancy Contact Claire curtis firstname.lastname@example.org OVERTURE YAHOO Block P, Eastpoint Business Park Clontarf, Dublin 3 Phone: 01 8663100 Activity: Internet Search Services Contact Lorraine Smith email@example.com OWENS DDB 38 Fitzwilliam Place, Dublin 2 Phone: 01 6761191 Activity: Advertising / Marketing Contact Paul Moran firstname.lastname@example.org OYSTER GROUP 48/49 Lower Leeson Street, Dublin 2 Phone: 01 4794300 Activity: Mobile Phone Distribution etc Contact Noreen Gilhooly In writing P & O IRISH SEA FREIGHT North Quay Extension, Dublin 1 Phone: 01 8762300 Activity: Shipping / Freight Contact Susan Higgins email@example.com P ELLIOTT & CO Century Business Park, Dublin Road Co. Cavan Phone: 049 4331066 Activity: Building / Civil Engineering Contact Noel Elliott firstname.lastname@example.org PADDY BURKE (BUILDERS) LTD Atlantic Road, Lisdoonvarna Co.Clare Phone: 657074234 Activity: General Construction Contact Martin Burke email@example.com Airton House, Airton Road Tallaght Dublin 24 Phone: 01 4045900 Activity: Bookmakers Contact Ken Robinson firstname.lastname@example.org Unit S3B Henry Road Park West Bus Pk, Dublin 12 Phone: 016235133 Activity: Refuse disposal and recycling Contact Nicole Fitzgerald email@example.com PAIRC AN CROCAIGH TEORANTA Croke Park Stadium, Dublin 3 Phone: 018192300 Activity: Operation of sprots arenas and stadiums Contact Gary Finn In writing PALLAS FOODS Ardagh Road, Newcastlewest Co. Limerick Phone: 069 20200 Activity: Food Products Services & Distribution Contact Irwin Mahon firstname.lastname@example.org PANDA WASTE Beauparc Business Park Navan, Co. Meath Phone: 1850 626262 Activity: Waste Management Contact Georgette Harvey email@example.com PARC AVIATION St Johnâ€™s Court, Swords Road, Santry Dublin 9 Phone: 01 8161777 Activity: Specialist Aviation Personnel & Technical Services Contact Niamh McNulty firstname.lastname@example.org PARK DEVELOPMENTS (DUBLIN) The Herbert Building The Park, Carrickmines, Dublin 18 Phone: 01 2958917 Activity: Building Company Contact Geraldine Mullins email@example.com PAT O'DONNELL & CO California Heights, Chapelizod Dublin 20 Phone: 01 6161000 Activity: Heavy Construction Machinery Importation / Distribution Contact Patricia O Donnell firstname.lastname@example.org PAT THE BAKER Moxham Street, Granard, Co. Longford Phone: 043 86523 Activity: Bakers Contact Oliver Durkan email@example.com PATTON GROUP Unit 8 Blk F, Maynooth Business Campus Maynooth, Co. Kildare Phone: 01 6016070 Activity: Retail, Office & Interior Fit Outs Contact Alan Stewart firstname.lastname@example.org PAUL & VINCENT / LIMCOR Longford Road, Edgeworthstown Co. Longford Phone: 043 6671149 Activity: Animal Feed Manufacturer Contact John Cahill email@example.com PAUWELS TRAFO IRELAND Dublin Road, Co. Cavan Phone: 049 4331588 activity: Transformer Manufacturer Contact James McMahon firstname.lastname@example.org PAYZONE Payzone House,Heather Road Sandyford Industrial Estate, Dublin 18 Phone: 01 2076000 Activity: Electronic Transactions Solutions Contact Anne Tracey email@example.com PCH INTERNATIONAL Heritage Business Park, Bessboro Rd Blackrock, Co. Cork Phone: 021 4350774 Activity: Supply of Electronic Equipment Contact Colette Cummins firstname.lastname@example.org PCO MANUFACTURING Unit 10 Ashbourne Business Park Ashbourne, Co. Meath Phone: 01 8356700 Activity: Sale of Pharmaceutical Products Contact Maurice Cahill email@example.com PENINSULA PETROLEUM LTD The Capel Building, Suite 404 Dublin 7 Phone: 01 878 6890 Activity: Wholesale of solid,liquid,fuels & relapted production Contact James Davey firstname.lastname@example.org CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 CSR 125 PETER MARK The Plaza, 15 Ely Place, Dublin 2 Phone: 01 6614888 Activity: Hairdressing Contact Mary Emmett email@example.com Block 17, Joyce Way, Parkwest Dublin 12 Phone: 01 5124800 Activity: Petrol stations operator Contact Joe Barrett firstname.lastname@example.org PETTITTS' SUPERVALU St Aidan’s Shopping Centre, Co. Wexford Phone: 053 9124055 Activity: Supermarkets Contact Cormac Pettitt email@example.com PFH TECHNOLOGY Eastgate Ave,Eastgate Bus. Park Little Island, Co. Cork Phone: 021 2303000 Activity: E-Commerce Solutions Contact Paul Hourican firstname.lastname@example.org PRAMERICA SYSTEMS IRELAND 1 George’s Quay Plaza, Georges Quay Dublin 2 Phone: 01 4802000 Activity: Financial Services / Investment Managers Contact Helen Campbell email@example.com PJ CARROLL & CO. Burton Hall Park, Sandyford Ind. Est., Dublin 18 Phone: 01 2052300 Activity: Tobacco Manufacturer / Distributor Contact Davida O Shea In writing Rosemount House, Northern Cross Malahide Road, Dublin 17 Phone: 01 8673800 Activity: Construction Contact John Nolan firstname.lastname@example.org Pottery Road, Dun Laoghaire Co. Dublin Phone: 01 2049100 Activity: Pharmaceutical Manufacturer Contact Claire Murphy email@example.com PM GROUP Killakee House, Belgard Square Tallaght, Dublin 24 Phone: 01 4040700 Activity: Engineering / Project Management Contact Gillian Carney firstname.lastname@example.org PFIZER INTERNATIONAL BANK EUROPE The Watermarque Building Ringsend Road, Dublin 4 Phone: 01 4484600 Activity: Financial Services Contact Toni Goggin email@example.com PNC GLOBAL INVESTMENT SERVICING PHARDIAG LTD Unit 17 Distribution Centre Shannon Industrial Estate, Co. Clare Phone: 61714042 Activity: Wholesale of chemical products Contact Mark Finn firstname.lastname@example.org Newstead, Fonthill Industrial Park Fonthill Road, Dublin 22 Phone: 01 7640000 Activity: Electronics Sales & Distribution Contact Julie Keating email@example.com CSR 126 PIONEER INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT PJ WALLS PFIZER (DUN LAOGHAIRE) P POWER CITY Ballymacarbry, Clonmel, Co. Tipperary Phone: 052 36253 Activity: Pharmaceutical Manufacturer / Distributor Contact Donna Murphy firstname.lastname@example.org PETROGAS PHILIPS ELECTRONICS IRELAND PINEWOOD HEALTHCARE John Rogersons Quay Grand Canal Dock,Riverside,Dublin 2 Phone: 01 7903500 Activity: Mutual Fund Administration Contact Michaela McEleney email@example.com PORSCHE INTERNATIONAL FINANCING 1 Exchange Place, IFSC, Dublin 1 Phone: 01 6701533 Activity: Lending Services & Treasury Management to Porsche Companies Contact Ann Marie Cox firstname.lastname@example.org Unit 12 Pinewood Close, Boghall Road Bray, Co. Wicklow Phone: 01 2855733 Activity: Electrical Retailer Contact John Doyle In writing Letterkenny Business Park Windyhill Co. Donegal Phone: 074 9167600 Activity: Software Development Contact Rosemary Russell In writing PRECISION CONSTRUCTION LTD Unit 3B Santry Ave. Ind. Estate Santry Ave., Dublin 9 Phone: 018467700 Activity: Construction Contact The Financial Controller email@example.com PREMIER FOODS Cape House, Westend Retail Park Blanchardstown, Dublin 15 Phone: 01 6407000 Activity: Marketing, Selling & Distribution of Food Products in Ireland Contact Deirdre Aherne firstname.lastname@example.org PREMIER GROUP Connaught House No.1 Burlington Road, Dublin 4 Phone: 01 4321555 Activity: Specialised Recuitment Contact Helen Gallagher email@example.com PREMIERE CONFERENCING (IRELAND) LTD Unit E West Cork Technology Park Clonakilty, Co.Cork Phone: 0238832493 Activity: Telecommunications Contact Deirdre Ferguson firstname.lastname@example.org PRICE WATERHOUSE COOPERS One Spencer Dock , North Wall Quay Dublin 1 Phone: 01 792 6000 Activity: Audit Tax Advisory provider Contact Michael Doolin email@example.com PRIMARK 47 Mary Street, Dublin 1 Phone: 01 8727788 Activity: Clothes Retailing Contact Breege O’ Donoghue firstname.lastname@example.org CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 top 1000 companies PRIORITY GROUP 162 Clontarf Road, Dublin 3 Phone: 01 8331825 Activity: Building & Civil Engineering Contractors Contact John McCarthy email@example.com RADIUS COMMUNICATIONS (IRELAND) LTD QUINN GROUP PRUDENTIAL INTERNATIONAL ASSURANCE Montague House Adelaide Rd.,D.2 Phone: 01 4830551 Activity: Life Assurance Contact Caroline Mooney caroline.mooney @prudential-international.com PUBLICIS MEDIA LTD 16 Sir John Rogerson’s Quay Dublin 2 Phone: 016496400 Activity: Planning, creation and placment of advertising activities Contact Laura Scanlan firstname.lastname@example.org PUNCH INDUSTRIES Hamilton House National Technological Park, Limerick Phone: 061 213600 Activity: Enterprise Solutions Provider Contact Jen Neiland email@example.com QUINN HEALTHCARE RATIONAL Mill Island, Fermoy, Co. Cork Phone: 025 42121 Activity: Private Medical Insurance Contact Maura Heaney firstname.lastname@example.org QUINNS OF BALTINGLASS Main Street, Baltinglass, Co. Wicklow Phone: 059 6481266 Activity: Grain / Agricultural Merchants Contact Liam Quinn email@example.com QUMAS Cleve Bus. Pk.,Monaghan Rd., Co. Cork Phone: 021 4915100 Activity: Software Company Contact Kevin O’ Leary firstname.lastname@example.org Unit 5, Blanchardstown Corporate Park Ballycoolin, Dublin 15 Phone: 01 8857577 Activity: IT Network storage systems Contact Claire Dunne In Writing Ballywaltrin Business Park Boghall Road Bray, Co. Wicklow Phone: 012941411 Household goods Contact Greg Pollard email@example.com RANBAXY IRELAND East Point Business Park Fairview, Dublin 3 Phone: 01 8195100 Activity: Clinical Research & Commercialisation Contact John Kiernan firstname.lastname@example.org QAD IRELAND Donnybrook, Dublin 4 Phone: 01 2083111 Activity: Broadcasting & Publishing Contact Celine Clarke email@example.com Dublin Road, Co. Cavan Phone: 049 4368428 Activity: Construction / Hotels / Glass / Insurance Contact Maura Heaney firstname.lastname@example.org QUINTILES & INNOVEX IRELAND Wallingstown, Little Island, Co. Cork Phone: 021 4353601 Activity: Manufacturer of Fabric Care Products Contact David Hartley email@example.com South Quay, Arklow, Co. Wicklow Phone: 0402 31288 Activity: Bathroom Suite Manufacture / Distribution Contact Aileen Clince firstname.lastname@example.org QUEST SOFTWARE INTERNATIONAL Lake Drive, Citywest Business Campus Dublin 24 Phone: 01 4693704 Activity: Software Providers Contact Brian Reid email@example.com Gortlandroe Ind. Est., Nenagh Co. Tipperary Phone: 067 50100 Activity: Beauty Care Product Manufacturer Contact Mark O’ Sullivan In writing QUALCERAM SHIRES RADIO TELEFIS EIREANN PO Box 29, White’s Cross, Co. Cork Phone: 021 4884700 Activity: Manufacturer of Plastic Products Contact Maura Murphy firstname.lastname@example.org PROCTER & GAMBLE MANUFACTURING QLGC LTD QUALITY PLASTICS R & H HALL 151 Thomas Street, Dublin 8 Phone: 01 6121234 Activity: Importer & Supplier of Animal Feed Ingredients Contact John Bradley email@example.com Spafield Cork Rd., Cashel, Co. Tipperary Phone: 062 61206 Activity:Pharmacueticals Mfr. Contact Seamus Maloney firstname.lastname@example.org Unit 2,Bridgecourt Office Park Walkinstown Ave., Dublin 12 Phone: 01 4092900 Activity: Window & Door Manufacturers Contact Maria Hayden email@example.com RBS AEROSPACE IFSC House, IFSC, Dublin 1 Phone: 01 8599000 Activity: Aircraft Financing & Leasing Contact Sinead Osbourne firstname.lastname@example.org RBS ASSET MANAGEMENT (DUBLIN) Guild House, IFSC, Dublin 1 Phone: 01 6084000 Activity: Financial Administration of Funds Contact Carol Mc Namara email@example.com RCI CALL CENTRE (IRELAND) Lough Mahon Technology Park Skehard Road,Blackrock, Co. Cork Phone: 021 4526000 Activity: Holiday / Time Share Exchange Company Contact Rebecca Mullin In writing READYMIX Killeen Road, Dublin 12 Phone: 01 8658700 Activity: Concrete Product Manufacturer Contact Miriam Carolan firstname.lastname@example.org RABOBANK IRELAND Charlemont Place , Dublin 1 Phone: 01 6076100 Activity: Banking Contact Aoife Mahon email@example.com CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 CSR 127 RECKITT BENCKISER RENAULT IRELAND REZIDOR HOTEL GROUP RECORDATI IRELAND RENNICKS SIGN MANUFACTURING RICHARD KEENAN & COMPANY REGAN CIVIL ENGINEERING REOX HOLDINGS PLC RIVER ISLAND 7 Riverwalk, Citywest Business Campus Dublin 24 Phone: 01 4689200 Activity: Healthcare Products Distribution Contact James Nagle In writing Raheen East, Ringaskiddy, Co. Cork Phone: 021 4379400 Activity: Pharmaceutical Manufacturer Contact Margo Healy firstname.lastname@example.org Halverstown, Kilcullen, Co. Kildare Phone: 045 482651 Activity: Civil Engineering Contractor Contact John Regan email@example.com REGENCY HOTEL GROUP Beach Road, Sandymount, Dublin 4 Phone: 01 2057200 Activity: Vocational Training Contact Pauline Crowley firstname.lastname@example.org R CSR 128 Kilbride, Mulhuddart, Dublin 15 Phone: 01 8859200 Activity: Reflective Signs Manufacturer Contact Anne Dolan email@example.com Building 5100,Cork Airport Business Park Kinsale Road, Co. Cork Phone: 0214838500 Activity: Manufacture of food products Contact Richard O’ Leary In writing Swords Road, Whitehall, Dublin 9 Phone: 01 8373544 Activity: Hoteliers Contact James Mc Gettigan firstname.lastname@example.org REHAB GROUP Unit 39, Boeing Rd., Airways Ind. Est., Santry, Dublin 17 Phone: 01 6055500 Activity: Vehicle Distributor Contact John Sullivan email@example.com St Helen’s, Stillorgan Rd., Stillorgan, Dublin 4 Phone: 01 2186000 Activity: Hotel Group Contact Catriona Mc Groary firstname.lastname@example.org Borris, Co. Carlow Phone: 059 9771200 Activity: Manufacture / Sales of Diet Feeder Machines Contact Jim Greene email@example.com Chelsea House, Westgate London W5 1DR, England Phone: 0044 208998882 Clothing Retailer Contact Amanda Coulter or Guy Lister In writing REXAM BEVERAGE CAN IRELAND ROADBRIDGE REXXAM ELECTRONICS IRELAND CO LTD ROBERT ROBERTS / WOODFORD BOURNE Industrial Park, Cork Road, Co. Waterford Phone: 051 372137 Activity: Can End Manufacturer Contact Fergal O’ Brien fergal.o’firstname.lastname@example.org Donore Industrial Estate Drogheda, Co.Louth Phone: 0419839700 Activity: Manufacture of electronic components Contact Michael Fortune email@example.com Ballyclough, Ballysheedy, Co. Limerick Phone: 061 414874 Activity: Civil Engineering Contact Conor Gilligan firstname.lastname@example.org 79 Broomhill Road, Tallaght Dublin 24 Phone: 01 4047300 Activity: Food Distribution Contact Brede Lynch email@example.com CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 top 1000 companies ROCHE IRELAND RYANAIR SCHERING PLOUGH ROCHE PRODUCTS IRELAND RYE VALLEY FOODS SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC IT LOGISTICS EUROPE LTD Clarecastle, Co. Clare Phone: 065 6867200 Activity: Fine Chemical Manufacturer Contact Cyril Treanor firstname.lastname@example.org Dublin Airport, Co. Dublin Phone: 01 8121212 Activity: Airline Contact Dara Brady In writing 3004 Lake Drive, Citywest Business Campus, Dublin 24 Phone: 01 4690700 Activity: Pharmaceutical Sales & Marketing Contact Siobhan Flynn email@example.com ROSDERRA MEATS IDA Ind. Est.,Carrickmacross Co. Monaghan Phone: 042 9690400 Activity: Production of Frozen Ready Meals Contact Barbara Kinghan firstname.lastname@example.org SAM DENNIGAN & CO. Carrick Road, Edenderry, Co. Offaly Phone: 046 9733600 Activity: Pork Processing Contact Orla Mulligan email@example.com Palmerstown, Oldtown, Co. Dublin Phone: 01 8350644 Activity: Fruit & Vegetable Import / Export Contact Reymond Maher firstname.lastname@example.org ROSDERRA SERVICES LTD SAM MCCAULEY CHEMISTS Edenderry, Co. Offaly Phone: 469733600 Contact Rebecca Cornally email@example.com ROTTAPHARM LTD Damastown Ind. Pk.,Mulhuddart Dublin Phone: 018852700 Activity: Manufacture of basic pharmaceutical products Contact Sam Keane firstname.lastname@example.org Block C Cookstown Court Tallaght, Dublin 24 Phone: 01 4620800 Activity: Consultant Engineers / Planning & Design Consultants Contact Frank Ferguson email@example.com Shannon Industrial Estate, Shannon Co. Clare Phone: 061 714100 Activity: Fine Chemical Manufacturing Contact Margaret Kenny firstname.lastname@example.org SANMINA SCI SCOTTISH MUTUAL INTERNATIONAL 1012-1014 Kingswood Avenue Citywest Business Park, Co. Dublin Phone: 01 4674000 Activity: Service & Support to SAP Systems Contact Nadja Perger email@example.com Bay 81/82 Shannon Free Zone Shannon, Co. Kildare Phone: 061725100 Activity: Management activities of production holding companies Contact Annette McNamara firstname.lastname@example.org SAVILLS GROUP RUSAL AUGHINISH SCHENKER (IRELAND) LTD 32 Molesworth Street, Dublin 2 Phone: 01 676 0251 Activity: Estate Agents / Auctioneers / Valuers Contact Phyllis Divilly email@example.com Aughinish Island, Askeaton,Co. Limerick Phone: 061 604000 Activity: Alumina Refinery Contact Neilius Kennedy firstname.lastname@example.org SCHWARZ PHARMA SCOTIABANK (IRELAND) SAP SERVICE & SUPPORT CENTRE RSA SECURITY HOLDINGS LTD City East Business Park Ballybrit , Co. Galway Phone: 91702000 Wholesale of industrial machinery Contact Claire Hurley email@example.com Support Office , Ardcavan Business Park Co. Wexford Phone: 053 9121803 Activity: Retail Pharmacy Department Stores Contact Jenny Fenilan In writing Rathealy Road, Fermoy, Co. Cork Phone: 025 82400 Activity: Electronic Sub-Contracting Contact Michael O’Dwyer firstname.lastname@example.org RPS GROUP Drynam Road, Swords, Co. Dublin Phone: 01 8074100 Activity: Pharmaceuticals Manufacturer Contact Les Richards email@example.com North Ring Ind. Est.,Dublin 9 Phone: 018165400 Activity: Transport agency Contact Rachel Grubb firstname.lastname@example.org IFSC House, Custom House Quay Dublin 1 Phone: 01 7902000 Activity: Financial Services Contact Derise Comerford In writing Styne House, Upper Hatch St., Dublin 2 Phone: 01 8044000 Activity: Offshore Investment / Insurance Contact Anne O’Connell anne.o’email@example.com SEB LIFE (IRELAND) 34 Fitzwilliam Square, Dublin 2 Phone: 01 6381700 Activity: Life Assurance & Investments Contact Dominic English firstname.lastname@example.org SEI INVESTMENTS GLOBAL FUND SERVICES Floor 2, Styne House Upper Hatch St., Dublin 2 Phone: 01 6382400 Activity: Fund Administration Contact Graham Whyte email@example.com SENNHEISER INTERNATIONAL MANUFACTURING Srah Business & Technology Park Tullamore, Co. Offaly Phone: 057 9346900 Activity: Headphones Manufacturer Contact Martina Foley firstname.lastname@example.org CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 CSR 129 SERCOM SOLUTIONS M50 Business Park Ballymount Road Upper, Dublin 12 Phone: 01 4056500 Activity: Supply Chain Management Services Contact Lorraine Mullane email@example.com SITESERV PLC SHS SALES & MARKETING LTD SKILLSOFT PLC Capehouse, Westend Office Park Blanchardstown, Dublin 15 Phone: 01 8112300 Activity: Mail Order Retailing Contact Roisin Reilly In writing Gorey Road, Arklow, Co. Wicklow Phone: 0402 20800 Activity: Manufacturer of Pharmaceutical Products Contact Lisa O’ Keeffe firstname.lastname@example.org Ninth Lock Road, Elmfield Ind. Est., Clondalkin, Dublin 22 Phone: 014577580 Activity: Non specialist wholesale of food, beverages and tobacco Contact David Hanlon email@example.com SERVISAIR SIAC CONSTRUCTION SHANNON AEROSPACE SIEMENS SHANNON ENGINE SUPPORT SIERRA COMMUNICATIONS SERVIER (IRL) INDUSTRIES Room 17 Upper Link Building Main Therminal Dublin Airport Phone: 01 8125767 Activity: Aviation Handling Services Contact William goff In writing Monastery Road, Clondalkin, Dublin 22 Phone: 01 4033111 Activity: Civil Engineering / Commercial Building Contact Anne McMorrow firstname.lastname@example.org Shannon Airport, Shannon,Co. Clare Phone: 061 370000 Activity: Aircraft Maintenance / Overhaul Contact Maria O’Shoughnessy maria.o’email@example.com Aviation House, Shannon Industrial Est., Shannon, Co. Clare Phone: 061 360056 Activity: Aircraft Engine Leasing Contact Anne O’ Callaghan firstname.lastname@example.org SHARPTEXT GROUP M50 Business Park Ballymount Road Upper, Dublin 12 Phone: 01 4087171 Activity: Distributors to the Computer Industry Contact Vivienne Kane email@example.com SHERIDAN MOTOR GROUP Cork Road, Co. Waterford Phone: 051 334700 Activity: Vehicle Sales Contact Ger Sheridan firstname.lastname@example.org SHERRY FITZGERALD HOLDINGS LTD S SHOP DIRECT IRELAND 164 Shelbourne Road, Ballsbridge Dublin 4 Phone: 012376300 Activity: Real estate agencies Contact Anne Marie Conlon email@example.com CSR 130 Fitzwilliam Court, Leeson Close, D.2 Phone: 01 2162000 Activity: Electrical Engineering / Medical / Domestic Applications Contact Angela Tracy firstname.lastname@example.org The Grange, Newcastle Road Lucan, Co. Dublin Phone: 01 6241554 Activity: Fencing & Scaffolding Contact Elaine O Malley email@example.com Belfield Office Park, Clonskeagh Dublin 4 Phone: 012181000 Activity: Software consultancy and supply Conact Nikki Warnock firstname.lastname@example.org SKY TV IRELAND Alexander House, Earlsfort Terrace Dublin 2 Phone: 01 6147600 Activity: TV Broadcaster Contact Patricia Plunkett email@example.com SLAINTE TECHNOLOGIES Suite 22 The Cubes Beacon South Quarter, Sandyford Dublin 18 Phone: 01 4402386 Activity: Healthcare technology Contact Andrew Murphy In writing Knockmitten Lane North New Nangor Road, Dublin 12 Phone: 01 419 0900 Activity: Support Services Provider Contact TJ Malone firstname.lastname@example.org SLANEY FOODS SIG BUILDING PRODUCTS SMART PLY EUROPE SIG House, Ballymount Retail Centre Ballymount, Dublin 24 Phone: 01 4992400 Activity: Specialist Distributor to Construction Industry Contact Patricia Nolan email@example.com SIGMA WIRELESS McKee Avenue, Finglas , Dublin 11 Phone:01 8142000 Activity: Motorola Equipment Agents / Distributors Contact Carole Lawler firstname.lastname@example.org SILVER HILL FOODS Emyvale , Co. Monaghan Phone: 047 87124 Activity: Duck Breeders & Processors Contact Lyla Steele email@example.com PO Box 8, Enniscorthy, Co. Wexford Phone: 053 9377155 Activity: Abattoir / Cold Stores / Boning Contact Rory Fanning firstname.lastname@example.org Belview, Slieverue, Co. Waterford Phone: 051 851233 Activity: Supplier of Premium OSB Products Contact Patsy O’ Rourke In writing SMYTHS TOYS Unit 2 Block 2 Financial Services Centre Moneenaglisha Rd., Co.Galway Phone: 091 743600 Activity: Toyshop Chain Contact Alva Carroll email@example.com SN GROUP Unit 3, South Ring West Bus Pk Tramore Road, Co. Cork Phone: 021 4322500 Activity: Plumbing & Heating Engineers & Metal Supply Contact Hugh Egan firstname.lastname@example.org CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 top 1000 companies SODEXO (IRELAND) SPRING GROVE SERVICES 23 Rock Hill, Main Street Blackrock, Co. Dublin Phone: 01 2833654 Activity: Catering & Support Services Contact Margaret Clapham email@example.com Dun Laoghaire Industrial Estate Pottery Road, Dun Laoghaire, Co Dublin Phone: 01 6362900 Activity: Industrial Laundy & Textile Maintenance Contact Carol Murphy firstname.lastname@example.org SONOPRESS IRELAND LTD IDA Industrial Park, Balbriggan Co. Dublin Phone: 018409000 Activity: Replication of CD and DVD and Turnkey Services Contact Cecilia Coogan email@example.com SONY IRELAND 4-6 Riverwalk Citywest Business Campus, Dublin 24 Phone: 01 4131700 Activity: Home Entertainment Electrical Distributor Contact Cathy Balance firstname.lastname@example.org SOPHIS HOLDINGS (IRELAND) LTD 61-61 Fitwilliam Lane, Dublin 2 Phone: 017753900 Activity: Software consultancy and supply Contact Helena Donohoe email@example.com SORENSEN CIVIL ENGINEERING Forge Hill Cross, Kinsale Road, Co.Cork Phone: 021 4968917 Activity: Civil Engineering & Construction Contact Eamonn Mc Carthy firstname.lastname@example.org SOUTHWESTERN Unit B West Cork Technology Park Clonakilty, Co. Cork Phone: 023 8832800 Activity: Business Services & Agriculture Contact Ita Hayes email@example.com SPECIALIST HOLIDAY GROUP IRELAND 18/19 Duke Street, Dublin 2 Phone: 01 6733800 Activity: Travel Agency Contact Ciara Corcoran firstname.lastname@example.org SPECTRA GROUP Clieveragh Industrial Estate Listowel, Co. Kerry Phone: 068 21777 Activity: Photo Finishing Contact Donal Lucey email@example.com SR TECHNICS IRELAND Dublin Airport, Cloughran, Co. Dublin Phone: 01 8126000 Activity: Aircraft Maintenance Contact Peter Kelly In writing SRB CIVIL ENGINEERING LTD / JOHN SISK & SON LTD Wilton Works, Naas Road Clondalkin, Dublin 22 Phone: 01 4091500 Axtivity: Construction of highways,roads,airfields & sport facilities Contact Eddie Dalton In Writing STAR NEWSPAPER Star House, 62a Terenure Road North Dublin 6W Phone: 01 4901228 Activity: Newspaper Contact Margaret Moriarty firstname.lastname@example.org STATE STREET Guild House, Guild Street IFSC, Dublin 1 Phone: 01 8538300 Activity: Treasury Fund & Asset Management Contact Aisling Pierce email@example.com STENA LINE Ferry Terminal, Dun Laoghaire Harbour Co. Dublin Phone: 01 2047700 Activity: Ferry Operator Contact Eamonn Hewitt firstname.lastname@example.org STIEFEL LABORATORIES IRELAND ST JAMES'S PLACE INTERNATIONAL Finisklin Business Park, Co. Sligo Fleming Court, Fleming Place,Dublin 4 Phone: 01 6606100 Activity: Life Assurance & Unit Trust Management Contact Brenda Conden In writing Phone: 071 9161626 Activity: Pharmaceutical & Medicinal Products Manufacturer Contact Geraldine Mullan In writing ST VINCENT'S HEALTHCARE GROUP Elmpark, Dublin 4 Phone: 01 2214000 Activity: Hospital Operator Contact John Hickey 086 2581246 12 Dundrum Business Park, Dundrum Dublin 14 Phone: 01 2966000 Activity: Wholesale Cash & Carry Contact Tom Shipsey email@example.com STAFFORD HOLDINGS LTD STORIT LTD ( CMS) 4 Bracken Business Park, Bracken Road Sandyford, Dublin 18 Phone: 012915500 Activity: Wholesale of fuels and related products Contact Ed O’Neill firstname.lastname@example.org STAFFORD-MILLER ( IRELAND) LTD GSK Youghal Road, Dungarvan Co.Waterford Phone: 5820200 Activity: Medical and surgical equipment Contact Gillian Whelan email@example.com STANDARD LIFE ASSURANCE 90 St Stephen’s Green, Dublin 2 Phone: 01 6397000 Activity: Financial Services Contact Fiona Keane firstname.lastname@example.org STONEHOUSE MARKETING Bohola Road, Kiltimagh, Co. Mayo Phone: 949374000 Activity: Wholesale of office machinery and equipment Contact Tom Burke email@example.com STRYKER IRELAND Raheen Business Park, Co. Limerick Phone: 061 498200 Activity: Orthopaedic Implants Manufacturer Contact Frank Connell firstname.lastname@example.org SUIR ENGINEERING Cleaboy Business Park Old Kilmeadon Road, Co. Waterford Phone: 051 359500 Activity: Electrical & Mechanical Contractors Contact Ismay Cowley email@example.com CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 CSR 131 SUN LIFE INFORMATION SERVICES (IRE) SYNOPSYS IRELAND TECHRETE HOLDINGS T & S TAVERNS LTD / MORAN HOTEL GROUP TEDCASTLE HOLDINGS Block 1, Blanchardstown Corporate Park Dublin 15 Phone: 01 4368800 Activity: Software Development Contact Charles Watchhorn In writing Unit 42 IDA Business Park Cork Road, Co. Waterford Phone: 051 333300 Activity: Software Development / Technical Support Contact Karen Burns firstname.lastname@example.org SUPERMACS Ballybrit Business Park, Ballybrit Co. Galway Phone: 091 774100 Activity: Fastfood outlets Contact Jacinta Greene email@example.com SUPERQUINN PO Box 99, Sutton, Dublin 13 Phone: 01 8322744 Activity: Supermarkets Contact Charity Committee In writing Stephenstown Industrial Park Balbriggan, Co. Dublin Phone: 01 6901700 Activity: Precast Concrete Cladding Manufacturer Contact Jean Ennis firstname.lastname@example.org Red Cow Complex, Naas Rd., Dublin 22 Phone: 01 4593650 Activity: Independent public houses and bars Contact Debra O Brien In Writing Top House, Promenade Rd., Dublin 3 Phone: 01 8198000 Activity: Fuel Importers Contact Amanda Rooney email@example.com T SHEILS & CO Gort Road, Ennis, Co. Clare Phone: 065 6821035 Activity: Main Ford Dealers Contact Thomas Shiels firstname.lastname@example.org Kilkenny Road, Athy, Co. Kildare Phone: 059 8640100 Activity: Roofing & Cladding Products Manufacturer Contact Paddy Kelly email@example.com TAKEDA IRELAND TELEFONICA O2 IRELAND LTD TEGRAL GROUP 57 Broomhill Drive, Tallaght Dublin 24 Phone: 01 4145555 Activity: Motor Importers & Distributors Contact Niall O Gorman firstname.lastname@example.org Bray Business Park, Kilruddery Co. Wicklow Phone: 01 2050600 Activity: Solid Dose Pharmaceuticals Manufacturer Contact Paul Blunnie email@example.com 28-29 Sir John Rogersons Quay Dublin 2 Phone: 016095000 Activity: Telecommunications Contact Jill Johnston firstname.lastname@example.org SWORDS LABORATORIES TARA MINES HOLDINGS LTD Unit 2, Allied Industrial Estate Kylemore Road, Dublin 10 Phone: 01 623 1610 Activity: Distributors of Food / Confectionery Contact S. Dunne email@example.com SWS ENERGY TARGET EXPRESS IRELAND SUZUKI CARS (IRELAND) Watery Lane, Swords, Co. Dublin Phone: 01 8139000 Activity: Pharmaceuticals Manufacturer Contact Eamonn Goold In writing Shinagh House, Bandon, Co. Cork Phone: 023 54100 Activity: Wind Energy, Forestry Management & Waste Treatment Contact Gerard McCarthy In writing SYNCREON Unit 1A, Airport Business Park Cloghran, Co. Dublin Phone: 01 8067150 Activity: Freight Forwarding & Logistics Contact Martina Daniel firstname.lastname@example.org SYNERGEN POWER Dublin Bay Power Plant Pigeon House Road, Ringsend, D. 4 Phone: 01 2319200 Activity: Electricity Generation Contact Linda Short email@example.com T CSR 132 Knockumber, Navan, Co.Meath Phone: 469082000 Activity: Mining of ores Contact John Kelly firstname.lastname@example.org TENNANT & RUTTLE DISTRIBUTION International House, Damastown Avenue Damastown Bus. Pk.,Mulhuddart, D.15 Phone: 01 8851851 Activity: Logistics / Transport Contact Michelle Cunningham michelle.cunningham @target-express.com TERADATA IRELAND LTD TDG IRELAND TESCO IRELAND Ocean House, Arran Court, Aran Quay Dublin 7 Phone: 01 8044800 Activity: Warehousing, Distribution & Freight Management Contact Nichola Hughes email@example.com PO Box 3, Gresham Hse., Marine Road Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin Phone: 01 2808441 Activity: Supermarket Retail & Petrol Stations Contact Michelle Mahon firstname.lastname@example.org TECH GROUP EUROPE LTD TESTWERN TOMERS CO. (INC. WESTERN MOTORS LTD) Damastown Industrial Park Mulhuddart, Dublin 15 Phone: 18859700 Activity: Manufacture of plastic moulds Contact Emma Kilgallon email@example.com Building one Swift Square Santry Demense, Dublin 15 Phone: 01 8930800 Activity: IT Activities Contact Aidan Connolly firstname.lastname@example.org Ballybrit, Co. Galway Phone: 091709970 Activity: Sale of moor vehicles Contact Elaine email@example.com CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 top 1000 companies TEXACO IRELAND 1st Floor, Block B, Liffey Valley Office Campus, Quarryvale, Dublin 22 Phone: 01 6136100 Activity: Petroleum Products Marketing / Distribution Contact Bronagh Callan In writing TEXOIL Alexandra Road, Dublin Port,Dublin 1 Phone: 01 8556655 Activity: Distribution of Oil Contact Anthony Seery firstname.lastname@example.org TG4 16 Cherry Orchard Estate Ballyfermot, Dublin 10 Phone: 01 6269787 Activity: Mineral Water / Soft Drinks / Beer Distributors Contact Niamh Farrell email@example.com THOMAS CROSBIE HOLDINGS THE IRISH TIMES THREE RIVERS OIL LTD 28 Anglesea Street, Dublin 2 Phone: 01 6174200 Activity: Stock Exchange Contact Ailish Byrne firstname.lastname@example.org 24-28 Tara Street, Dublin 2 Phone: 01 6758000 Activity: Newspapers Contact Katy Moloney email@example.com THE TAXBACK GROUP LTD Baile na hAbhann , Co na Gaillimhe Phone: 091 505050 Activity: Irish Language Television Station Contact Padraic O Raighne firstname.lastname@example.org THE GLEESON GROUP THE IRISH STOCK EXCHANGE 12-14 College Green, Dublin 2 Phone: 016353740 Activity: International Tax, Finance & Travel Consultancy Contact Meabh Ni Riain email@example.com THERMO KING IRELAND Monivea Road, Mervue, Co. Galway Phone: 091 751231 Activity: Transport Temperature Control Systems Manufacturer Contact Sinead Garvey firstname.lastname@example.org 97 South Mall, Co. Cork Phone: 021 4272214 Activity: Newspaper / Publishers Contact Anthony Dinan email@example.com c/o Jones Oil, Railway Yard Arklow, Co. Wicklow Phone: 0818 304050 Wholesale of petroleum and petrolum products Contact: Marketing Manager In Writing TIBOTEC PHARMACEUTICALS Eastegate, Little Island, Co. Cork Phone: 021 4673500 Activity: Pharmaceuticals Contact Dr. Jean Butler firstname.lastname@example.org TIMAC AGRO IRELAND LTD 4/5 Priory Court The Quay New Ross, Co. Wexford Phone: 051448760 Activity: Agricultural raw materials Contact Robert Warren email@example.com w w w . i d e n t i t y p p . i e Looking for something different to make your company standout? Disability Federation of Ireland (DFI) is the national support organisation for voluntary disability organisations in Ireland who provide services to people with disabilities and disabling conditions • Hidden • Physical • Intellectual • Sensory • Neurological • Mental Health • Emotional DFI works to ensure that Irish society is fully inclusive of people with disabilities and disabling conditions so that they can exercise fully their civil,social and human rights In persuit of this vision, DFI: • Acts as an advocate for the voluntary disability sector • Supports organisations to further enable people with disabilities There are 127 organisations within membership or as associates of DFI. DFI also works with a growing number of organisations and groups around the country that have a significant disability interest, mainly from the statutory and voluntary sectors. DFI provides: • Information • Training & Support • Organisation & Management Development • Advocacy & Representation • Networking • Research and Policy Development DFI represents the disability interest within social partnership through its participation in the Community and Voluntary Pillar. DFI is a member of the Disability Stakeholders Group, which works with Government to progress the National Disability Strategy and it is also active in other fora. Identity Promotional Products & Branded Merchandise t: + 353 1 462 7878 e: firstname.lastname@example.org w: www.identitypp.ie Disability Federation of Ireland, Fumbally Court, Fumbally Lane, Dublin 8 Tel: 01-454 7978 Fax: 01-454 7981 email@example.com www.disability-federation.ie CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 CSR 133 TIPPERARY CO-OP CREAMERY TOURISM IRELAND LTD Station Road, Co. Tipperary Phone: 062 33111 Activity: Milk Processing Contact Michael O’ Halloran firstname.lastname@example.org 5th Floor Bishops Square Redmonds Hill, Dublin 2 Phone: 01 4763400 Activity: Tourism sector promotion Contact Sponsorship Manager email@example.com TJX IRELAND (TK MAXX) 50 Clarendon Road, Watford Hertfordshire, WD 17 1TX Phone: 01923473561 Activity: Retail sector Contact Sponsorship Manager In Writing TOWER HOTEL GROUP TNT EXPRESS IRELAND TOWN OF MONAGHAN CO-OP The Mall, Blubell, Co. Waterford Phone: 051 862445 Activity: Hotel Group Contact Sinead Corcoran firstname.lastname@example.org Corballis Park, Dublin Airport Cloughran, Co. Dublin Phone: 01 8067888 Activity: Express Freight Contact Lily Kajander email@example.com Coolshannagh, Co. Monaghan Phone: 047 81400 Activity: Dairy Produce Manufacturers Contact Vincent Gilhawly In writing TOYMASTER LTD 48 Mary Street, Dublin 1 Phone: 018727100 Activity: Retail Sales Contact Morris Doyle firstname.lastname@example.org TOPAZ ENERGY GROUP Beech Hill, Clonskeagh, Dublin 4 Phone: 01 2028888 Activity: Oil Distribution Contact Ciara Sutton Fitzpatrick email@example.com TOYOTA IRELAND TOPFLIGHT HOLIDAYS GROUP Killeen Road, Dublin 12 Phone: 01 4190200 Activity: Vehicle / Forklift Distribution Contact Louise Murphy firstname.lastname@example.org 3rd Floor, Jervis House Jervis Street, Dublin 1 Phone: 01 2401700 Activity: Tour Operators Contact Carmel O Reilly email@example.com TOTAL PRODUCE TRAILFINDERS Charles McCann Building, The Ramparts Dundalk , Co. Louth Phone: 042 9335451 Activity: Fruit & Vegetable Importation & Distribution Contact Mirriam Williams firstname.lastname@example.org TOUAX RAIL LTD Bracestown Business Park Clonee, Co. Meath Phone: 018772717 Activity: Renting of passenger transport equipment Contact Jean Luc Ardetti email@example.com TOUGHER OIL DISTRIBUTION Tougher Business Park, Newhall Naas, Co. Kildare Phone: 045 433143 Activity: Oil Distributors / Petrol Service Stations Contact Paula Doyle firstname.lastname@example.org T-U CSR 134 4/5 Dawson Street, Dublin 2 Phone: 01 6777888 Activity: Travel Agent Contact David Hayeems email@example.com TRANSAMERICA INTERNATIONAL RE. 2nd Floor IFSC House Custom House Quay, Dublin 1 Phone: 01 6738890 Activity: Reinsurance Contact Tom Mc Fadden firstname.lastname@example.org TRANSAS MARINE LTD 10 Eastgate Ave.,Eastgate Business Park Little Island, Co. Cork Phone: 0214710400 Activity: Software consultancy and supply Contact Debbie McKevitt email@example.com TRANSITIONS OPTICAL IDA Industrial Est., Dunmore Road Tuam, Co. Galway Phone: 093 70600 Activity: Manufacturer Photochromic Lenses Contact Kevin Minton firstname.lastname@example.org TRILBY TRADING Boyne House, Boyne Business Park Green Hills, Drogheda, Co. Louth Phone: 041 9832137 Activity: Food Commodity Traders Contact: Frank Fitzsimons email@example.com TRINERGY 2 Marine Terrace, Dun Laoghaire Co. Dublin Phone: 01 2719100 Activity: Renewable Energy Asset Management Contact Sean Gorman info@trinergy TRINTECH Block C, Central Park Leopardstown, Dublin 18 Phone: 01 2939840 Activity: Financial Software & Services Contact Pat Dunne firstname.lastname@example.org TRULIFE Unit 3, Cookstown Industrial Estate Dublin 24 Phone: 01 4511755 Activity: External Breast Prostheses Manufacturers Contact Catherine Geoghegan email@example.com TRUVO St Martin’s House, Waterloo Road Dublin 4 Phone: 01 6188000 Activity: Directory Publishers Contact Michael Howard firstname.lastname@example.org TULLAMORE BETA LTD c/o TV3,Westgate Business Park Ballymount , Dublin 24 Phone: 014193333 Activity: Television Activities Contact David McRedmond email@example.com TULLOW OIL 5th Floor, Block C Central Park, Leopardstown, Dublin 18 Phone: 01 2137300 Activity: Gas & Oil Exploration & Production Contact Kevin Quinn firstname.lastname@example.org CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 top 1000 companies TV3 UNILEVER IRELAND USIT TWO WAY FRIEGHT & LOGISTICS GROUP LTD UNIPHAR GROUP Ballyboughal, Co. Dublin Phone: 018078000 Activity: Freight transport Contact Charlotte Kelly email@example.com Belgard Road, Tallaght, Dublin 24 Phone: 01 4041700 Activity: Pharmaceutical Wholesale / Distribution Contact David Keyes firstname.lastname@example.org UTC FIRE & SECURITY IRELAND HOLDINGS LTD TYCO HEALTHCARE IRELAND LTD UNITED DRUG West Gate Business Park, Ballymount Dublin 24 Phone: 01 4193333 Activity: Commercial Television Channel Contact Teresa Murray email@example.com 20 Riverwalk, National Digital Park Citywest, Dublin 24 Phone: 01 2984344 Activity: Consumer Goods Distribution Contact Mary Murray firstname.lastname@example.org C/O Covidien Damastown Ind. Park Mulhuddart, Co. Dublin Phone:018207940 Manufacture of chemical products Contact Adrienne Elmes email@example.com United Drug House, Magna Drive Magna Bus Pk, Citywest Rd.,Dublin 24 Phone: 01 4632300 Activity: Pharmaceutical Distribution Contact Elaine Caulfield firstname.lastname@example.org UBS INTERNATIONAL LIFE UNITED PARCEL SERVICE OF IRELAND 1 George’s Quay Plaza George’s Quay, Dublin 2 Phone: 01 4363600 Activity: Financial Services Contact Susan O Rourke email@example.com ULSTER BANK 11-16 Donegall Square East Belfast BT1 5UB, N. Ireland Phone: 048 90276000 Activity: Financial Services Contact Pauline McKiernan firstname.lastname@example.org UNBRAKO Shannon Industrial Estate, Shannon Co. Clare Phone: 061 716500 Activity: Precision Tools & Fasteners Manufacture Contact Melissa O Halloran email@example.com UNICARE PHARMACIES Block AD, Cherrywood Science & Tech. Pk.,Cabinteely, Co. Dublin Phone: 01 2833806 Activity: Retail Pharmacy Group Contact Lynn Doyle firstname.lastname@example.org UNICREDIT BANK IRELAND La Touche House, IFSC, Dublin 1 Phone: 01 6702000 Activity: Financial Services Contact Patrizia Ribano email@example.com M50 Business Park Upper Ballymount Avenue, Dublin 12 Phone: 01 4006080 Activity: Parcel Delivery Service Contact Sean Byrne firstname.lastname@example.org 19-21 Aston Quay, O’Connell Bridge Dublin 2 Phone: 01 6021600 Activity: Student / Youth Travel Contact Aidan Coughlan email@example.com Orchard Avenue Citywest Business Campus, Co. Dublin Phone: 01 4699600 Activity: Safety and security equipment Contact Lorraine Burke firstname.lastname@example.org VALE OIL COMPANY LTD Castlemeadows, Thurles, Co.Tipperary Phone: 50421811 Activity: Wholesale of petroleum and petrolum products Contact Tom McAuliffe email@example.com VAYU 3rd Floor, Macken House 39-40a Mayor Street Upper, Dublin 1 Phone: 01 8849400 Activity: Independent Gas Supply Contact Priscilla Lawrence firstname.lastname@example.org UNITED PRODUCTS LTD VEOLIA ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES 34 Upper Fitzwilliam Street , Dublin 2 Phone: 016761516 Wholesale of petroleum and petrolum products Contact Mario Bomuel email@example.com Ballymount Cross, Tallaght, Dublin 24 Phone: 01 4136500 Activity: Waste Management / Recycling Contact Emmett sheridan firstname.lastname@example.org UNIVERSAL MOTOR HOLDINGS VEOLIA TRANSPORT (IRELAND) 302 Brownsbarn Drive Citywest Business Campus, Naas Rd Dublin 24 Phone: 01 6423100 Activity: Motor Vehicles Distribution Contact David Meade email@example.com Red Cow Roundabout, Naas Road Clondalkin, Dublin 22 Phone: 01 4614910 Activity: Operator of Luas Tram System Contact Dervala Brophy firstname.lastname@example.org UPC IRELAND Kilkenny Industrial & Business Park Purcellsinch, Co. Kilkenny Phone: 056 7763950 Activity: Water Treatment Systems Contact Saoirse Hill email@example.com Building P2., East Point Business Park Dublin 3 Phone: 01 2458000 Activity: Telecommunications & Entertainment Contact Ann Marie Barry firstname.lastname@example.org UPS SCS (IRELAND) LTD Unit 02 North Ring Business Park Swords Road, Santry, Co. Dublin Phone: 018163400 Activity: Freight transport Contact Claire Corcoran email@example.com VEOLIA WATER IRELAND VERIZON BUSINESS Lower Erne Street, Dublin 2 Phone: 01 2468000 Activity: Telecommunications Provider Contact Mark Van Derberg mark.vanderberg @ie.verizonbusiness.com CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DIRECTORY 2011 CSR 135 Founded by parents in 1955, St. Michael’s House is a community-based, voluntary organisation. Over the years, we have grown to become one of Ireland’s largest providers of support for people with an intellectual disability and their families. Today, we provide a range of specialised day and residential services for 1,600 children and adults through 170 centres in Greater Dublin Area. Services include: clinical supports, early services, education, vocational training, employment, residential, respite, specialised Alzlheimer services, social and recreational supports. The need for our services continues to grow as we recieve an average of nine new referrals a month. Since our foundation, we have continued to grow and expand our range of supports in response to the changing needs of service users. We are committed to meeting the individual needs of service users and continuously strive to improve the quality of our services. As well as having established Research and Training Departments and extensive learning resource facilities, we run the Open Training College for staff working in a wide range of social services settings throughout Ireland. We have strong history of working with corporate and community partners, together with whom we have developed some of Ireland’s most innovative services, such as Inclusive Recruitment, Inclusive Education and Family Placement 170 services locations in Dublin F orming a partnership with St. Michael’s House provides organisations with an oppurtunity to invest in their community, but most importantly to positively impact on the quality of life for people with an Intellectual disability. Feedback from our partners has been very positive. Not only has the association with St. Michael’s House raised their profile, but it also has increased satff morale and helped to build the team relationship. Organistations were able to draw on our knowledge in developing disability awareness policies and could benefit from working with a partner who is always at the forefront of new developments. 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