CSR Awards 2015 shortlist and winners*

20th September, 2015
Genzyme: Winner of Excellence in Community – Community Programme – Multinational Company for its Partnership with Project Treo Port Láirge. From left: Ian Talbot, chief executive of Chambers Ireland; Ger Harris, project engineer, Genzyme; John Norris, communications & csr manager, Genzyme; Minister Alan Kelly TD, Department of the Environment, Community and Local Government

Irish Rail – Iarnród Éireann’s commitment to raising mental health awareness

Ulster Bank – CSR Communications Strategy

Bank of Ireland – Staff Third World Fund – Small change, big difference

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