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.
New Stop Of Vodafone’s Coding Training Project Was Trabzon’s Bereketli Village.
Students who are “Coding Tomorrow” Designed a Smart Door for People With Alzheimer’s Disease
Doğa Rutkay Became the Voice of Vodafone’s “Easy Rescue” Campaign
Vodafone’s Campaign to Combat Violence Against Women With the Hashtag #Benvarım
“Coding Tomorrow” Project Has Reached Over 100 Thousand Children
65+ Elderly Rights Association’s “let’s Heal Together” Videos are on Vodafone TV
“Never Forget Stray Animals in the Outbreak” Call by Vodafone Turkey Foundation
Vodafone Turkey Foundation and Habitat Association Will Appeal to Young Ideas in the Struggle With the Pandemic
Vodafone Turkey Foundation Will Give Artificial Intelligence Training to Teenagers
Coding Tomorrow Training Minibus Started Its 12-Week-Long Istanbul Tour From Silivrikapı.
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 Turkey 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.
Easy Rescue Application
We developed the Vodafone Easy Rescue App in partnership with the Ministry of Family and Social Policies in an effort to support the protection of women from violence, and to inform women on how to fight violence.