Drosos Foundation is committed to unlocking the potential of young people.
Promoting creative skills: we create and promote long-term initiatives that enable children and young people to discover, systematically develop and use their creative abilities as a life skill.
Promoting economic independence: committed young people receive vocational training, along with support and assistance to help them acquire life and technical skills, integrate into the local labour market and achieve economic independence.
Focusing on the following sustainable development goals (SDGs)
How we work
We plan, develop and support projects that have a direct impact on improving the lives of specific groups of people. Start-up funding is intended to facilitate pioneering work that supports positive developments within society.
In our activities, we aim for a long-term impact that continues long after the projects have finished. The beneficiaries - and, where appropriate, the organisations supporting them - are offered help to help themselves.
... and why
Everyone has a responsibility for themselves, for others and for the environment. We are committed to empowering disadvantaged children, youth and young adults to take control of their lives and make a positive contribution to their communities.
We believe that life and technical skills are key elements in personal development. These skills help children, adolescents and young adults to be independent and take responsibility for their own lives.
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