Doing good is something normal. We improve the lives of those in need, we drive change in the communities we support.

About Vodafone Romania Foundation Manifest

What do we do?

The Vodafone Romania Foundation is a Romanian non-governmental organization
heavily involved in disadvantaged communities throughout Romania.
Areas of involvement

We support the promotion of education, modernization and efficiency of health services, combating poverty among families and the elderly, volunteering and more.

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Strategic programmes

We intervene in the community through a series of individual projects implemented directly in the community or by financing programmes carried out in partnership with local NGOs.

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We financed over 1,168 programs in various fields, thus investing over 31 million EUR in projects carried out by partner non-profit organizations.

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We cultivate and sustain long-term partnerships based on professionalism, principles and common values.

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Figures and good deeds

over € 2 millioninvested annually in communities across Romania
tens of thousandsof children, elderly, sick or disabled people benefit annually from the projects developed by the Foundation
almost 1.800 volunteer employeesof Vodafone Romania are involved each year in the projects developed by the Foundation
nearly 600 Vodafone employeesdonate monthly from their salary for the benefit of the Foundation
over 50 non-profit organizations are supported annuallyin an effort to give to the poor, the sick, those just setting out, a chance at a better life
hundreds of hoursof volunteering dedicated to vulnerable people

Press Releases

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The team at HOSPICE Casa Speranței offers home care for patients with oncological diseases

Bucharest, November 11th, 2020 – Vodafone Romania Foundation will be funding the activity of the multidisciplinary home care team of HOSPICE Casa Speranței Foundation Brașov, for the amount of RON 114,000,...

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The top needs of Romania’s elderly, five years after the start of the Elderly Line social programme

The need for information remains the main reason why seniors call the Elderly Line Over 2,700 people asked for support over the Elderly Line in 2020, twice as much as in the previous year Bucharest, N...

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Bright Sky RO – an app in support of victims of domestic abuse

Bucharest, November 2, 2020 – Launched this May, Bright Sky Ro is a free digital tool that supports victims of domestic abuse, providing assistance and useful information to people who are in an abusive rel...

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The winners of the ‘Youngsters who Speak Correctly Festival’ announced in an online gala

Bucharest, October 15th, 2020 - The winners of the Youngsters who Speak Correctly Festival, the first grammar festival in Romania, will be announced at the GramMania Gala 2020, which will take place on Saturda...

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Over 1,000 free or discounted dental services for patients in need

Bucharest, October 12th, 2020 - Regina Maria Social Innovation Foundation provided, between July and September 2020, over 1,000 complete dental services, free or at discounted prices, at the two social clinic...

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More than 1,000 newborns from SE Romania could soon benefit from a modern neonatology department

Total investment of 2,060,000 million euros, funds provided by the Vodafone Romania Foundation (1,540,000 euros), the Dăruiește Aripi Association (280,000 euros) and the Inima Copiilor Association (240,00...

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