Emfasis designs and implements Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Projects which comply with the humanistic philosophy of your company and aim to provide, in a number of ways, socially excluded and vulnerable groups in “street condition” with substantial support.
Our commitment to consistency and transparency can assure you that your contribution will play a determining role in addressing the basic needs of our fellow citizens who live below the poverty line.
See our suggestions for the following pioneering CSR Programs which can be combined with employee volunteering programs, if you wish. We are also open to your own suggestions and ideas which could lead to a constructive collaboration and bring us a step closer to our goal in offering relief to our fellow homeless citizens and people below the poverty line.
The program “Adopt an Emfasis Social Street Worker” is a pioneering initiative of the Foundation and the first of its kind in Greece. It aims to recognize the priceless contribution of our volunteers – Social Street Workers and offer them the possibility to persevere with their work in a dignified and conducive manner.
The Program “Become a Sponsor of Emfasis Volunteers Training” is a pioneering initiative of Emfasis Foundation, which aims to provide the family of its volunteers with all the needed tools and equipment in order for them to have the opportunity to develop their skills not only for their own benefit but also for the proper team functioning.
The Program “Become a Sponsor of the Emfasis Mobile Support Unit” is an initiative by Emfasis Foundation that invites everyone who dreams of an equal opportunity society to participate and support this considerable effort.Our Mobile Support Unit is a unique and breakthrough project. During this project our special teams have been covering the streets of Athens since December 1st, 2014. In cooperation with the existing social structures and organizations as well as the public services of the municipality of Athens, the unit operates on a shift basis from the late night up until the early morning. It addresses extreme needs and incidents (food, clothing, health and other pressing needs).