Sinead from VMWare seen out yesterday doing her bit for the community pictured with Ger Keogh of Ballincollig Tidy Towns

VMWare International Limited – VMWare Cork Giving Network

Through the Cork Giving Network, the entire VMware Cork workforce of over 1000 people make a long lasting positive impact by using 40 service learning hours to give back to the community and take part in VMware’s various initiatives such as Coder Dojo, Age action, and Women Back to Work.. By creating and cultivating relationships with many charities and non-profits in the Cork area the Cork Giving Network organize recurring and ad hoc volunteering opportunities. This in turn makes it easier for volunteers to put back more into the environment, society and the global economy than they take.

With a mantra of “Serve-Learn-Inspire” the VMware Cork Giving Network ensures that VMware’s employees have the opportunity to volunteer with the charities and non-profits of their choice. In 2017, over 70% of VMware Cork’s employees participated in initiatives promoted by the VMware Cork Giving Network.

 

Ballincollig Tidy Towns are indebted to VMWare for their continuous support. The hours their workforce give to us help enormously. Whatever is asked of them they eagerly undertake and they are a pleasure to work with. A huge ‘thank you’ goes out to this company.