Corporate Social Responsibility
We donate a welcome sapling for each of our new colleagues in the scope of our collaboration with the Turkish Foundation for Combating Soil Erosion (TEMA) to help save our soil from erosion and desertification and leave a better world to the generations of the future. In addition to increasing the number of our success stories, we are glad to take part in projects that have a return for society, with an awareness of social responsibility.
As Zeren Group Holding and its employees, we are aware that every new year is a beginning of a new hope! We are happy to be part of this hope for future generations by sending New Years’s cards to our loved ones on TEV’s website.
Aware of the fact that the only way to treat autism, defined as a complex neuro-developmental difference, which emerges at birth or at younger ages, is early diagnosis and education; we continue to sponsor the projects of the Tohum Autism Foundation.
Each year, 300,000 children worldwide and 35,000 in Turkey fight against cancer. To raise awareness of cancer in childhood, at Zeren Group Holding, we show financial and moral support to the Hope Foundation for Children with Cancer.
At Zeren Group, on World Animal Day, we show our support for the WWF, which works for a world where humans are in harmony with nature. By adopting pandas under threat of extinction, we support the joint campaign Together Possible that aims to protect their habitats.
The “Book For Everyone” Foundation works to popularize book reading and to deliver books to those in need within Turkey. At Zeren Group, we show our support to the foundation by participating in their “Books Everywhere for a Reader Turkey” project with our staff. We are glad to share the books in our libraries and we think that it is now the time to give these away as gifts in every corner of Turkey.
With the cooperation of our valuable employees, we brought together our New Year gifts to be sent to the Every Child is a Hope Association. We wish our children in Van to enjoy the snow, not the hardships of winter.