Our connections are good for society. Discover how our Corporate Social Responsibility programmes are building connections that really matter.


Our colleagues volunteered for at least one of our CSR initiatives in 2019



We are uniquely positioned to educate, entertain and empower.


Our values are rooted in improving the communities where our staff, our customers and our audiences live and work. Service is at the heart of who we are as a company, and we are consistently amazed by the unwavering commitment of Virgin Media’s own change-makers, our very own employees, who volunteer to support the programs we deliver.


Our people are very passionate about giving back to their community where they live and work -  as a result 40% of our workforce have volunteered in at least one of our CSR programmes during 2019.

We are playing a leadership role in the national recovery effort through #BackingBusiness where we’re continuing to support small and medium sized Irish businesses by giving them a platform to promote their services.


We focus our charitable efforts on education, digital skills and workforce development – because we believe that providing citizens with the education and skills they need to build careers is vitally important. The programmes are implemented through volunteering and include: Time TO Read, P-Tech (Pathways in Technology), Age Action’s Getting Started Computer Training Programme, Coding and CodorDojo Coolest Projects, supporting innovators and entrepreneurs to use digital technology to inspire social change.


We support vital services: Internet Hotline, Samaritans Helpline, the National Parents Council Primary Helpline, delivery of Internet Safety talks and training through NPC and World Mental Health Day.

We are a trusted source for news and current affairs, and informing the nation through Virgin Media Television.


We educate and empower children, parents and teachers online: 


Our manifesto

Download our Manifesto to discover more about the ways our programmes are creating connections that really matter.