Offering targeted education and training that develop entrepreneurial and social skills, fostering personal growth and community engagement.
Prioritizing diverse social groups, including people with disabilities, ensuring equal opportunities, and caring for the elderly.
Merging social objectives with entrepreneurial approaches in social enterprises to create both social impact and profitability.
Aiming for work integration and fostering new enterprise creation, offering equal technological opportunities for professional success.
Exchange of experiences in protecting and promoting cultural heritage, encouraging diverse communities to share their unique historical and cultural narratives.
The establishment of the foundation was guided by specific goals aligned with its expertise and demonstrated project work. Key among these objectives are:
“Together, we can build a brighter future through social innovation, enriching local communities with sustainable and inclusive growth.”
Project aims to develop a pilot version of vocational training for Social Innovation Brokers. This training will be the first in Poland and in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) in general training preparing people to work in this new and unique profession. We plan to train a group of 50 brokers. The benefit of the project is a support, development and dissemination mechanism for social innovations and for social dialogue at the local and regional levels.
Support underqualified women with a migrant background in gaining digital skills and qualifications to provide them with professional perspectives and support their integration into the host societies. This project offers three courses - a basic course for women, an advanced course for women, and a module for the children of the participants.
Project aims to develop the skills of female entrepreneurs in digital marketing and e-commerce. By participating in the project, women develop their businesses and open such to new markets to function in the global economy. WISE provides the participants with space to connect with other female entrepreneurs and support each other in building successful businesses.
Empowering and Integrating of Migrant Communities Through Digital Creativity. Designed to create a new innovative digital solution and foster active learning among migrants. It aims to encourage the migrants to seek for new, modern, and interactive methods of learning through peer-to-peer learning and cooperation. The main goal of the IntegrART project is to improve and support migrant integration through creativity and art.
Project aims to help 60 refugees from Ukraine improve basic skills (understanding and creating information, mathematical reasoning, digital skills and social competence) and basic knowledge of the Polish language. To achieve this goal, we will provide diagnosis of needs, training, counseling and, for willing participants, psychological and legal assistance and subsequent validation of the acquired skills.
The project examined how migrant communities contribute to tourism in the partner regions. Case studies share how migrants use their social, cultural and historical heritage to set up a tourism business to generate income and contribute to the local economy. A self learning training programme with a range of Modules aim to develop the skills required to set up a tourism business.
The project aimed to create an innovative online entrepreneurship course, inspiring practical business ideas for temporary residences. Our goal was to enhance entrepreneurial skills among participants and establish a network with institutions from the Visegrad Group and Ukraine, fostering a platform for exchange and cooperation among entrepreneurial women.
The project is aimed at strengthening the competences of women looking for support in finding themselves in the labor market or looking for inspiration to start their own business. WIN contributed directly to the increase of participants’ competences through the diagnosis of their potential, various group seminars, a series of individual and group consultations, a joint study visit, and a professional network built around the project activities.