Not for profit: Skillshare ethos benefits not-for-profits

With initiatives such as the One Week in June campaign, Ulster Bank has raised more than €1 million for organisations in the not-for-profit sector in the past two years

31st May, 2015
At the Ulster Bank – One Week in June campaign launch were Alan Quinlan, the former Ireland rugby International and Ulster Bank rugby ambassador; Kevin Keegan, Ulster Bank’s human resources director; nutritionist Hannah Nolan and Irish Olympian Catherina McKiernan

More than 50 people working with Ulster Bank across the island of Ireland have completed training focused on the specific requirements of organisations in the not-for-profit sector.

“Our not-for-profit ambassadors have completed bespoke sectoral training over the past two years, leading to accreditation from the Chartered Banker Institute,” said Doug Munro, head of funding, products and propositions at Ulster Bank.

The accreditation programme was launched in May 2013 as one of a range of...

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