Corporate Impact Award

Corporate organisations can often have a tremendous impact in the advancement humanitarian causes. Businesses which focus on the social good of the community not only directly contribute crucial skills and resources in benefit others but they establish a sense of purpose, employee engagement and overall place within the organisation itself.

This award recognises an Ireland-based business that has demonstrated an exemplary contribution to a humanitarian cause through the active engagement of employee volunteer programmes, skill-sharing, fundraising and other activities.

Revolut – Winner of the 2023 Corporate Impact Award.

REVOLUT launched its Ukraine Appeal and announced a seven-day initiative to match every donation made up to £1.5 million. With the support of over half a million customers in more than 50 countries, Revolut raised over €10 million in support of the international Red Cross movement’s work to assist those impacted by the conflict in Ukraine.

At the same time Revolut offered emergency payment services to all refugees fleeing Ukraine – easing many requirements and fees and enabling thousands to quickly and easily access their savings.

Vlad Yatsenko, Co-founder and CTO of Revolut said: “With the war in Ukraine displacing more than two million people already, we felt it was imperative to help those most affected by providing a service that gives them easy, quick access to their money.”