We facilitate the implementation of social innovations to solve critical problems in our communities. We believe in searching for proven innovations, because:
Innovations with proven social impact accelerate the process of change: adapting successful innovations to new contexts can be quicker and more efficient than experimenting through trial-error processes.
It optimizes existing resources: we search for innovations that have a consolidated income model to facilitate its sustainability, and that use solid impact indicators.
It increases the chances of success: proven innovations make good use of the knowledge and experience of innovators, reducing the research and development effort.
The Foundation operates the School for Women’s Empowerment, a vocational training school with a social mission that helps female victims of domestic violence get back into the job market. It provides courses in products and sales, building self-esteem and encouraging social empowerment.
Quality education model that develops the entrepreneur spirit by carrying out business projects in order to support the education model itself.
A charitable organisation that provides elementary and high school students with experiential learning by implementing pedagogical projects that upgrade the education curriculum in order to engage and retain participants. University students or recent graduates are hired as coordinators to implement projects in various fields, including robotics, video game creation, entrepreneurship and fashion design.
Gelecek Daha Net (Future is Brighter, in English) addresses the missing link between the private sector and formal education institutions via an online vocational guidance platform that combines counselling, coaching and skills development tools with the support of organisations and companies as voluntary mentors.
Peer mentoring system with an adult who helps young people to get or keep a job, as well as provide them with information, advice and guidance. It works both offline and online, so it is instantly accessible. It uses uses chats and private messaging via a web platform to provide immediate and continuous support to young people when they need it, where they need it.
Academic and financial support for adolescents between 12 and 18 years of age who are in vulnerable situations that jeopardise their schooling. Also arranges spaces for the stakeholders involved to meet and share experiences.
An organisation that aims to foster career advancement and transformation, through specialising in student and staff training for IT skills that are in high demand and career support for the technology sector.
Through regular meetings between children and residents of homes for the elderly, the programme creates a solid basis for intergenerational understanding, empathy and mutual support.
An initiative to train primary school students, who do not have access to technology, in programming, promoting greater equality of opportunities in using the digital environment to reduce socioeconomic and gender barriers. The educational software Scratch is used as a learning tool and methodologies based on cooperative labour and project work are incorporated as...