We stand by the children in the earthquake region with the "Coding Tomorrow Support Social Life"project.
Our training continues online in our "Coding Tomorrow" project. You can apply for free to coding trainings for your children aged 7 to 14
Join our Green Planet training if you also think it is possible to protect the future of our world together!
With Connected Women project, we support women's participation in digital life.
We are committed to invest back into our communities to lead the way for children, women and a better future and leverage on the transformative power of technology to achieve societal good.
Aras Bulut Iynemli Met Children in Kahramanmaraş as Part of the "Coding Tomorrow" Project, Initiated by Vodafone Turkey Foundation
The Winners of Connected Women's Social Media Campaign Competition Were Announced
Vodafone Turkey Foundation and Habitat Association Contribute to the Education of Child Earthquake Victims
Vodafone Turkey Foundation Gathered Thousands Of Children And Women With Technology In 2022
The "Rural Schools" Project of Vodafone Turkey Foundation and Habitat Association Has Reached Over 13,000 Children in 372 Villages
As part of the "Coding Tomorrow" Project, Youngsters Developed Ideas for Child-Friendly Cities
Vodafone Turkey Foundation and Habitat Association Continue to Build Technology Classes in Villages
As part of the "Coding Tomorrow" Project, Youngsters Developed Ideas for Smart Cities
A Move From Easy Rescue: Training For Women
Each 1 Try Invested For The "Coding Tomorrow" Socially Returned As A 7,7 Value
As part of the Coding Tomorrow project launched in partnership with the Habitat Foundation, we have been providing coding tutorials to children aged between 7-14 across Turkey since August 2016.
“Connected Women”, a project initiated by Vodafone Foundation and carried out in cooperation with the Ministry of National Education General Directorate for Lifelong Learning and ISKUR (Turkish Employment Agency), aims to secure the inclusion of women over 18 years old into the digital community and participation of women who are trained in IT to the workforce.