Why Carma…. Here is the answer in the recent interview of Sandrine in Time Out

C@rma scorecard

  • 56
    NGOs
  • 102
    Projects
  • 288
    volunteers
  • 1,466
    hour volunteered
  • 7
    Companies

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27.05.2016

Summary of the Pro Bono week

5 events, 217 unique participation, 15 CSOs featured, 412 Pro Bono hours volunteered....high satisfaction from participants...
We close the Pro Bono week exhausted but so happy by its success. Read more about it.

03.07.2016

C@rma founding blocks

Our first objective is of course to provide professionals skills on a Pro Bono basis to Turkish Civil Society organizations...but what kind of ecosystem do we need to build to get there? Read more

13.05.2016

Speed dating 27/05 Program

Join us on Friday 27/05 for a full day of Pro Bono Speed dating in Bilgi University. We will have TOG, TOÇEV, BildirIZ, YenidenBiz, SPOD, Acik Acik and Pembe Hanım and we need skills like marketing, communication, social media, expert in education, corporate runners, product development, HR, strategy and plenty of others. See program.

31.03.2016

Why Singapore?

Why Singapore? Why a “Global Pro Bono Network”?

Last week, C@rma gathered with 35 other organisations from 27 countries to share best practices around Pro Bono. We met participants from Chile, Peru, US, Norway, Saudi Arabia, Morocco, China, Australia, etc. It was a strange feeling to be among professionals knowing exactly what Pro Bono is, its advantages and the difficulties to implement it.

29.01.2016

18/02 Pro Bono drink

Join us on 18/02 for our next Pro BOno drink with Onar, SineMasal, Herkes içinMimarlik, Ad.Dar, Bilim Kahramanlari and KifDer.

09.11.2015

450.000 Children out of school

On September 28th, schools across Turkey opened their doors for the start of the academic year. But nearly 450,000 school-aged Syrian children did not step into a classroom that day.

Read the blog entry from Sera Marshall, communication coordinator at Save the Children's Turkey Programme.

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