Here at BlackBee, we see Corporate Social Responsibility as the continuing commitment to behave ethically and contribute to economic development as well as local communities. We believe strength in these factors leads to better governance and ultimately benefits society by creating a more sustainable focus for the firm.

Social: BlackBee donates 10% of company profits each year to a selection of charities believing it is important to give back to society and empower positive change. BlackBee also sponsors events throughout the year in support of selected charities.

Environment: We are committed to operating in an environmentally friendly manner and reducing our carbon footprint where possible through affiliations with ethical and eco-friendly companies.

Governance: Well run and well-governed companies should lead to a more sustainable outcome for society at large. BlackBee has a strong and experienced board that is committed to the highest levels of corporate governance.

Affiliations: As part of our 2016 strategy we are proud to be affiliated with the official ‘Bobble’ brand. Bobble is a stylish, reusable bottle that filters water as you drink using an ingenious replaceable carbon filter. When water passes through the filter, the carbon removes chlorine and organic contaminants. Every filter equates to 300 single-serve bottles. After a year, you’ve removed thousands of bottles from the environment, simply by filtering the water from your tap. Bobble is free of BPA, Phthalates and PVC.

 

We are proudly supporting

CyberSmarties

BlackBee is supporting Cybersmarties.com as the First Safe Educational Social Network for Schools to eliminate CyberBullying.

Cork Simon Christmas 2016

BlackBee hosted a fabulous day of 'Festive Finery' to raise funds for Cork Simon's fight against homelessness.

Blood Bike West

BlackBee were delighted to sponsor the latest addition to the Blood Bike West team in the form of a Satellite GPS System.

Wooden Spoon Rugby 2016

BlackBee is proud to have sponsored the 'Wooden Spoon International Disabled Tag Rugby Tournament 2016.