May 2022 basis.point Bulletin
The 'S' in the ESG conundrum, industry collaboration tops €4million.
There is a genuine sense of momentum now behind our collective effort to create brighter futures for children who are either born into poverty or who due to unforeseen circumstances experience disadvantage at some stage during their education lifecycle. Our efforts to level the playing field, so that all children have a chance to reach their potential through education, is helping to create a more inclusive and diverse society.
And I am heartened to see many of you championing this cause within your own organisations. This month Adminovate, with their socially aware, not for profit, Fintech Conference are once again donating all proceeds to basis.point and the Trinity Access Programme. There are a few remaining places so we would encourage you to attend. We are also grateful to Irish Funds for allowing us to showcase basis.point at the Irish Funds Conference later this month.
And if you can’t attend either please check out our video, which reminds us why we do what we do!
Patrons, colleagues, friends, and supporters celebrate working together for the collective good, at the basis.point Spring Lunch.Read More
Morgan Stanley commit to partner with basis.point to support the Early Learning Initiative (ELI) ParentChild+ programme.Read More
Changes to the basis.point Board of Directors as we welcome Frank Gannon and thank Peter Stapleton for his services over the past three years.Read More
basis.point commit €30,000, for a one year period, to establish a Teen Parent Support Programme in Tallaght.Read More