What is the Vodafone Foundation?
Connecting for good is an integral part of Vodafone Ireland’s brand identity. The Vodafone Ireland Foundation, set up in 2003, runs a wide range of community initiatives and programmes for the business, including our charity partnership with ISPCC Childline.
We are one of 27 Vodafone Foundations around the world, dedicated to supporting groups across all segments of society seeking to make a real difference in our community. We make this happen by funding and working with a number of charities.
Using our world-class technology, we partner with organisations towards connecting for good
What does the Foundation do?
We target strategic areas for investment in order to make maximum impact. The projects we support fall within the following categories:
- Using our technology towards connecting for good
- Working with those in need: children, young people and their families
- Our charity partners
- Emergency relief
- Collaboration and capacity building
- Volunteering and employee matched funding
- Handset recycling
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