basis.point bulletin

Welcome to the basis.point bulletin, our newsletter to keep our community informed whether you’re new to us or an old friend

Adminovate Conference

basis.point in the news

basis.point has been featuring in the media with articles in the Finance Dublin newsletter and the Irish Times. Also we’ve been telling our story at the highly successful Adminovate conference in Trinity College Dublin.

Finance Dublin Article   Irish Times Article   Adminovate Conference

Events: Corporate Leaders Dinner

On Wednesday 25 October 2017, we held a Corporate Leaders’ Dinner in the magnificent setting of Christ Church Cathedral, one of Dublin’s oldest buildings. The event, which was attended by over 100 senior industry leaders, was sponsored by Deloitte, EY, KPMG and PwC.

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Northern Trust office Limerick

Northern Trust Partner Programme

basis.point would like to say a special thanks to our friends at Northern Trust, who in October 2017 entered a Partner Programme with us to support the launch of three of our grantee charities in Limerick.

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Annual Corporate Spring Lunch

The basis.point 2018 Annual Spring Lunch will take place on Friday March 2, 2018 in The Round Room at the Mansion House. Due to its enormous popularity and with over 450 people registered to attend, this event is now SOLD OUT.

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Paul O’Connell visits our Grantees in Limerick

On Friday 29 September 2017, Paul O’Connell, former Ireland Lyons rugby legend, met with our grantees and partners in Limerick and was interested to learn more about the work they are doing.

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SUAS’ Numeracy Project – Update

Funded by basis.point and BNP Paribas, Suas developed the Numeracy Programme which piloted in the 2016 / 2017 academic year, with extremely positive results. Due to the success of the pilot, Suas has rolled out the Numeracy Programme between February and May 2018 to another 108 school children working with 54 trained volunteers.

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Get Involved

We very much welcome any way in which you can help us make a sustainable and tangible difference to the lives of those living in poverty, particularly young people, by supporting charities that focus on education.

Patrons and volunteers are essential to the work we do so find out how you can get involved and make a difference.

We would be particularly interested in extra support from marketing and media professionals so please get in touch if you are interested.

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