Save money on fuel bills with a Bank of Ireland Green home improvement loan which can help make your home more energy-efficient.
Talking Cents with Ollie the Owl
'Talking Cents with Ollie' is a money magazine for 4-11 year olds written by financial literacy expert Frank Conway and provided free to schools by Bank of Ireland.
School for lifesavers
After getting their Irish Heart Foundation CPR 4 Schools training, TY students at Ardscoil Rath Iomgháin took on the challenge of training their whole school in CPR in a single academic year. So far, they have trained over 500 pupils.
Ultimate guide to planning your wedding
Planning your wedding? Not sure where to start? Wedding blogger Sara Kennedy's Ultimate Wedding Planning Guide helps take the stress out of organising your wedding.
Keeping track of people with Alzheimer’s
Bank of Ireland TY Academy is a 3-day programme encouraging students to form effective teams and to pitch innovative business concepts to a panel of judges.
Teaching kids how to stay safe online
The Bank of Ireland Digital Arrows run Stay Safe Online sessions in schools across Ireland to help schoolchildren and their parents identify online threats and manage them effectively.
The dress that stood up and fought
Bank of Ireland Junk Kouture Finalist 'Stand up and fight' from Coláíste Nano Nagle Limerick is a moving tribute to Munster Rugby's former coach, Anthony Foley.
Did 2 UCD students just discover the future of fundraising?
Meg Brennan and Emma Bailey share why they were inspired to create an innovate social media challenge to help the Jack & Jill Children's Foundation raise money.
Greatest Leinster Rugby Senior Schools Cup moments of all time?
Cian Healy, Fergus McFadden, Garry Ringrose and Ross O'Carroll Kelly share their Senior Cup moments. Are they the Greatest Of All Time?
For the love and the honour of the green jersey
‘I didn’t do the sport for money,' says recently retired Ireland Grand Slam winner and Bank of Ireland Community Brand Ambassador Sophie Spence of her rugby career, ' I did it for the love and the honour of pulling on the green jersey.'