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

C@rma scorecard

  • 62
    NGOs
  • 114
    Projects
  • 330
    volunteers
  • 1,539
    hour volunteered
  • 7
    Companies

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Our Testimonials

It was a pleasure to work with C@rma and TCYOV on the Pro Bono Volunteering Project. During the whole process,C@rma assisted us in the best possible way in every situation, disagreements and drawbacks. The building of the bridge between us and TCYOV, the trainings and the support we got on the motivation of the team was truly a relief. We are very excited about our next project with C@rma in which we are currently in the process of planning.” Eftal Efecinar, Communication, Engie

"Our experience working with Sandrine and the C@rma team has been very positive. They are responsive, professional, helpful, and focused on improving the environment for Corporate Social Responsibility in Turkey. I would recommend anyone interested in undertaking a sustainable CSR initiative to consider working with them.” Daniel Matthews, Managing Partner, Baker & McKenzie Istanbul

"Taproot welcomes C@mra as a new participant in the Global Pro Bono Network and we are supportive that pro bono will bring meaningful community impact to Turkey.” Joël Bashevkin, Taproot

The staff at my company are characterised by their sense of community and social responsibility. They are hard workers with families, so they don't always have the time to get organised to donate their time and resources to community and social activities. C@rma offers a very welcome facility for overcoming these constraints »   Michael Davey, Director Turkey, EBRD

« C@rma is a great opportunity for NGO's to build their online supporter community in such a small market where trust and engagement really matters. Enthusiasm of C@rma team is such a refreshing breeze in a new growing fundraising market like Turkey.  Ece Unver, membership program supervisor, WWF

« C@rma is a fresh idea to get you thinking about different ways of corporate volunteering! A great opportunity to reach corporate volunteers! » Hilal Gencay, senior specialist Literacy and Women’s empowerment, ACEV

« We think working with C@rma will help us to enrich the network of our supporters. Also it is an easy way to connect with our current and potential donors. » Gizem Girgin, Fund raising coordinator, TOG

« C@rma is a creative idea for matching the needs of NGOs with people who would like to volunteer on a project basis » AKUT Arama Kurtarma Derneği

« C@rma makes it easier for people and causes to connect. We believe that C@rma makes an important contribution to the development of nonprofit sector and it will play a vital role as more nonprofits attempt to take better advantage of skilled volunteers.» Sevda Kiliçalp Iaconantonio, TUSEV

« As corporations we have a responsibility for the community and the environment we are operating in. C@rma is a great tool to bring corporations, NGOs and volunteers together on the same platform. If you want to show you care, why not move and act with C@rma» Partner in one of the Big 4 audit companies

We as TOKA Women Association are so happy to come across C@rma’s path. They made such a good bridges between us and the volunteers effecting directly our improvement. Many thanks!, Duygu Vayis, TOKA

"With the platform "Carma", Ms. Sandrine Ramboux managed to bring together white collar employees with meaningful NGO projects, which we very much needed as a country. The Carma website is very user-friendly and it is great that it responds to current human resource needs of NGOs. Plus, Sandrine is an excellent communicator. The fact that Sandrine manages this as a foreigner living in Turkey enhances Carma's success in my opinion. I would like to extend my heartfelt gratitude to her and her team". Kerim Urallı, KORUNCUK
 
"We got to know Carma by answering the questions of kind foreigner ladies, who have optimistic and interesting ideas, about the foundation and they enabled us to reach our new volunteers. We are now able to improve our skills by receiving service in the areas we need, meet incredible people and support great causes.  Thank you!" CEYDA DEMİRBAŞOĞLU, Toçev
 
Volunteering is a different way to contribute to society, a way that encounters your personal interest more than individual material interest.  For me, searching for Koruncuk aboutthe best practices of similar NGos in the world has been the oportunity to provide them with informations and suggestions in order to improve their developments and chances to get known, and thus to raise funds. I learned that NGOs around the world are rally using modern media and this is what I advised Koruncuk to do as well. C@rma exists in order to give everyone the opportunity to bring one's personal touch to Turkish society, according to one's tastes and inspirations, it is important. (Sophie Servais, volunteer at Korunçuk)