Building the foundation
for the future
STEPPING UP FOR A GOOD CAUSE
Supporting initiatives and causes we believe in has always been our priority. As we grew, we realized we could do even more and established Infinum Foundation. It’s our way of investing in the future.
Here’s the plan
Every year, we donate 1% of our profits to good causes. The Foundation Committee, consisting of Infinum’s employees, votes and allocates resources through sponsorships, education, fundraising, and volunteering.
Infinum Foundation is primarily focused on projects involving children and young people. We believe that future generations can make a huge impact given the right knowledge and tools.
Our guiding principles
Improving the quality of life and education
Encouraging creativity, innovation, and entrepreneurship
Advocating responsible behavior towards the environment and the community
Supporting the STEM revolution
We supported the Indiegogo campaign aiming to supply Croatian libraries with micro:bits, pocket-sized computers that help users learn the basics of programming. Making the device available in libraries enables both children and adults to become creators using new technologies.
Helping kids cope with staying in the hospital
A nonprofit has been running a project called “I’ll tell you a story” since 2015. Volunteers would visit children in hospitals and read them stories. COVID put a stop to visits, but these volunteers figured out a way to continue supporting kids in hospitals – with a booklet containing stories, engaging activities, and workshops that can be used by hospital staff.
Nothing can stop child’s play
The rehabilitation center Silver trains assistance dogs for the rehabilitation of disabled persons and children with developmental difficulties. The COVID measures in place would reduce the number of children going to therapy at the same, so they needed to clear and equip additional rooms. We were happy to help!
Christmas STEM workshops, ho ho ho
For most children in foster care, the holiday season is nothing to look forward to. The fun and energetic folks from the Institute for STEM education wanted to change this, so they organized STEM workshops for the kids. They just needed some help in getting all the tools they needed.
Growing by reading
The nonprofit Ozana works on improving the quality of life for people with disabilities and their families. When working with children, they practice Waldorf education and adjust their approach to the specific needs of each individual. This time, they turned to us because they wanted to build a multimedial library for their day-to-day work with children aged 3 to 7.
STEM workshops for youths
This non-profit organizes STEM workshops for children of all ages. They’ve been doing it for years, visiting different cities in Croatia. During workshops, the kids use Raspberry PIs, Arduino boards, soldering irons, and similar tools. The organization needed some help with financing additional materials and equipment. They had us at Raspberry.
Five pairs of paws for five kids
The Croatian association for training guide dogs needed resources for training five therapy dogs for five children with developmental difficulties. After 15 months of socialisation, four months of training, and two months of education for the kids’ parents, each child gets a life companion.
Can we help?
We want to know more about your cause. Read the project funding rules and fill out the form to get started. Someone will be in touch with you soon.