Celebrating our AIBF award, by giving back!

Celtic Careers will take part in the Vhi Virtual Women’s Mini Marathon as part of a drive to raise funds for charity. Our staff will join women across Ireland for this year’s virtual event, called the #PowerOf10, to celebrate receiving All-Ireland Business Foundation (AIBF) accreditation for two years in a row.

We have launched our own #PowerOf10 Challenge to raise money for three charities – Barnardos, Women’s Aid and Médecins Sans Frontières. So far we have raised €1490!

To show our appreciation for all those who helped us achieve an AIBF award, we’re inviting everyone to vote for how the funds will be split between the charities.

Celtic Careers Managing Director Deirdre Moore is already hard at work training for the Mini Marathon! Speaking before the launch of our campaign, Deirdre said: “We’re delighted to have received recognition from the AIBF for two consecutive years but it wouldn’t have been possible without the support of many amazing people.

“We want everyone to get involved by voting for their favourite charity, which will decide how the money raised will be split. Each will receive a percentage, so even though one may get more than another – everyone gets something. Our team can’t wait to get started on this journey and give back to local, national and international organisations.

Kapil Khanna, Managing Director of the All-Ireland Business Foundation said: “Celtic Careers is an outstanding company that has consistently proved their performance, trust and customer-centricity. It left us with no doubt that it was deserving of AIBF Business All-Star accreditation, and inclusion in The Register of Irish Business Excellence.”

Don’t forget to vote for your favourite charity, or donate to the campaign through our GoFundMe page.

Keep an eye on the Celtic Careers #PowerOf10 Challenge website to stay up to date with the campaign!