500. Year Foundation, Turkish Jewish Museum and local and foreign visitors about the history, culture, traditions, contributions and interactions of the Jewish community, which has existed in Turkey for 2600 years. While providing information, it works to break prejudices and reduce hate speech. The 500th Year Foundation, which will implement the Online Museum project with our grant support, will create a virtual and navigable three-dimensional version of the Turkish Jewish Museum within the scope of the project.
CORPORATE SUPPORT FUND
In order to support the strengthening of the institutional capacities of non-governmental organizations (NGOs) , the cooperation of
Open Space Association, which works with a rights-based perspective for young people, women and children from different social, economic and cultural segments, aims to make the unsustainable conditions of deep poverty visible and to make poverty a human rights. While providing basic needs support to people living in poverty with theChange From Home campaign as an emergency response, it also plans advocacy activities to keep the concept of 'deep poverty' on the agenda. Open Space Association will work to strengthen the advocacy capacity within the scope of the fund and will employ a person who will work in this field.
the axis of democratic management, the association aims to create a learning community where all subjects in the learning environment (children, teachers, administrative and auxiliary staff, and when necessary, parents) focus on peaceful, social and emotional skills-supportive approaches. Within the scope of the fund, BBOM will work to increase the resource diversity of the association and ensure its financial sustainability. For this purpose, BBOM will employ a person who will be responsible for fundraising.
o meet the daily needs of the homeless
with basic humanitarian aid distributions, to ensure their recovery to the society and to raise awareness on this issue, and to realize social development without leaving anyone behind the society. Tuzun Olsun distributes food to the homeless every evening in Beyoğlu, Istanbul and once a week in Beşiktaş. Tuzun Olsun in the Soup will work to increase the project development capacity within the scope of the grant. In line with this goal, the association will employ people who will be responsible for project development and social work.
o the media, public administration and other NGOs. Civil Pages will carry out studies to increase the diversity of resources and ensure the financial sustainability of the association within the scope of the grant. The association will employ a person responsible for communication and fundraising with our grant support.
(Corporate Support, 70,800 TL), Istanbul
Green Thought Association, which operates for the dissemination of green policies based on the climate crisis; He works in the fields of climate change and renewable energy, green economy, ecological sustainability, democracy and media and social justice. Green Thought Association will work to strengthen the impact measurement capacity of grant support.
It was established with the financial support of individual and corporate donors in cooperation with in order to support the projects and institutional developments of non-governmental organizations (NGOs) working with children aged 0-15 in order to meet the needs of children and establish their rights .
(Girls Meet with Science Project, 91.000 TL), Istanbul
Science Heroes, which works to spread and encourage science, scientific thought and scientific awareness, carries out its works with various national and international projects in order to introduce children and young people between the ages of 4-19 with science at an early age. The association, which will implement the 4th phase of the Girls Meet with Science project within the scope of the fund, will enable girls to acquire science, technology, mathematics and engineering skills (STEM); It will organize activities to gain experience in areas such as coding, project development, teamwork, making presentations and to raise awareness about gender equality. . 120 girls and 40 teachers from 20 public schools from different provinces will participate in the 4th phase of the project, which has been supported by our Foundation since 2018.
on the other hand, works towards making visible the violations of rights that children are exposed to, developing holistic and rights-based policies and practices regarding these violation areas, and strengthening the intervention skills of civil society and children in these processes. Within the scope of FISA funding, Not a Child Rights Crisis! It will implement the Child Rights Based Crisis Management project for Local Governments. Within the scope of the project, which will continue for 12 months, the association will ensure that the basic rights and freedoms of children such as life, health, education, shelter, nutrition and participation are fulfilled in various crisis situations such as fire, epidemic and flood, as well as in ordinary conditions, and local governments will prevent violations. will support the development of policies and practices. For this purpose, the association He will prepare the Minimum Standards Handbook for Child Rights-Based Crisis Management for Local Governments and will share it with different local governments. FISA, which will organize child rights-based crisis management trainings for Çiğli Municipality, Sultanbeyli Municipality and Fındıklı Municipality, will support the preparation and implementation of a child rights-based strategic plan for the crisis situations of the 3 participating municipalities. It will also organize online seminars on child rights-based crisis management for local governments. Following these trainings, 3 participating municipalities will support the preparation and implementation of a child rights-based strategic plan for crisis situations. It will also organize online seminars on child rights-based crisis management for local governments. Following these trainings, 3 participating municipalities will support the preparation and implementation of a child rights-based strategic plan for crisis situations. It will also organize online seminars on child rights-based crisis management for local governments. established in May 2019 within FISAFISA, in order to protect and implement children's rights, child neglect and abuse, child labor, discrimination, carries out projects and programs in the fields of child participation, child and migration, disability and education