We partner with organisations to support employment opportunities in our local community. We also partner with organisations to support social enterprises. Here are some of our partners include:
We are proud supporters of Career L.E.A.P., a new work readiness training programme for young people aged 18-24 from marginalised backgrounds. It has been uniquely developed through a collaborative partnership with Business in the Community, other corporates in the IFSC, Community Groups and Trinity College Dublin.
Through this collaboration, this programme aims to help to reduce youth unemployment in the local communities in Dublin's north inner city. We are supporting the initiative by providing work experience and training to the people participating in the programme.
Inner City Enterprises
The Inner City Enterprise Service (ICE) provides free enterprise support and information services to unemployed persons wishing to become self-employed. The service is client-centred and aims to support individuals to develop their business idea and bridge the gap from unemployment to self-employment. A&L Goodbody supports ICE in the following ways:
- Providing pro bono legal assistance to ICE in respect of its own corporate affairs
- Providing mentoring facilities to ICE awardees through our legal expertise
Social Entrepreneurs Ireland
Social Entrepreneurs Ireland is a not-for-profit organisation that identifies, invests in and supports people with new and innovative solutions to societal problems in Ireland.
At the core of SEI’s activities is the Awards Programme which identifies eight successful social entrepreneurs on an annual basis.
We support SEI in the following ways:
- Pro bono legal assistance to SEI in respect of its own corporate affairs
- Mentoring facilities to their awardees through our legal expertise
Ashoka is a global organisation of more than 3,000 of the world's leading social entrepreneurs who have innovative solutions to some of the world's most critical social problems. We are assisting Ashoka Ireland by providing pro bono legal assistance to the organisation and the social entrepreneurs they support.