Year-End Campaigns

Support TPF’s Year-End Partnerships, each of which is transforming thousands of lives every day while contributing to new narratives about how we can address social challenges. These are stories of opportunity, resilience, persistence, and hope. All of these organizations work to create more inclusion and impact lives in significant ways. Thanks to your contributions we…

MAYA Year-End Campaign

What is Trauma-Free World for Children Project?   The Trauma-Free World for Children Project provides a healing and protective center for children who have suffered from psychological trauma due to natural disasters, migration, the pandemic, family loss, and bullying.   Maya Vakfı (Foundation) established the Child and Youth Center in the Balat district of İstanbul to help vulnerable children with traumatized experiences.…

KODA Year-End Campaign

Social-Emotional Development Program (for Rural Secondary-School Students) KODA is piloting the SED Program to support the social-emotional development of 40 rural secondary-school students. During the second semester (16 weeks), two student groups will attend either an in-school or an after-school program. They will have 2 sessions weekly and meet with their counseling teacher or KODA…

Giving Tuesday 2021

#GivingTuesday is the international day of generosity established in 2012. This global movement continues to unleash the power of giving around the world and inspire hundreds of millions of people in spreading their generosity, sharing, and collaborating. We invite you to join us this year for #GivingTuesday! Let’s unleash our generosity and make a lasting impact!…

YGA Science Movement Project

What is Science Movement Project? Since 2018, Science Movement Project provides each secondary school with five Twin Science Kits and an online learning platform for teachers. These kits allow teachers to implement S.T.E.M subjects into the curriculum and make experiments an integral part of classes. Usage of the kits in classes helps students develop projects, improve their problem-solving…