October 16, 2017

ScaleFocus supports and digitally transforms charity oragizations


ScaleFocus’ team is constantly expanding its areas of operations and continuing to build strong relationships with different types of organizations, varying from startups and non-government organizations (NGOs) to small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) and large enterprises. We recognize the need of being a socially responsible company by supporting pro-bono initiatives with our software solutions. That is why we regularly get involved in projects, which include digital transformation and boost clients’ online presence.

The digital transformation of the “I CAN TOO” foundation

Our team was involved in such a venture, being responsible for designing and building the website of charity organization, free of charge. We were glad to be a part of I CAN TOO’s digital transformation journey. They are a non-governmental organization, which supports children with special needs and their families. By facilitating their initiative with a user-friendly and responsive website, ScaleFocus turned into a trusted partner, supporter and friend. Few days ago, we received a personalized ‘Thank You’ letter from the NGO, in which they expressed deepest gratitude towards our team:

Dear friends and authors of our new website,
On behalf of I CAN TOO foundation, which supports children with special needs and their families, I would like to wholeheartedly thank you for being a part of our digital transformation journey. Our new modern website successfully communicates our values and beliefs in a well-structured manner.
We are grateful that we had the chance to work with the ScaleFocus team, who unconditionally devotes its professionalism and time towards our cause, which primary aim is to serve the most disadvantaged members of our community.
Your continuous support is of great importance to all of us, for which we are mostly grateful. It is an honor to have you team as partners and supporters.

Warm regards,
Nelly Radeva
Founder and CEO

I CAN TOO’s website now

I CAN TOO’s website before 

Fundraising initiative at the office

Being involved in the digital transformation of I CAN TOO was the first step towards raising awareness of their cause. After building an interactive website, our team continues supporting the NGO, by gathering funds for one of their campaigns. One of their Rehabilitation Centers in Sofia, which assists 50 patients with some of the most severe diagnoses and their families. The center is in an urgent need to hire more therapists. They currently employ only one, which is highly inefficient. Transportation turned out to be an issue as well, since special equipment is needed. The “Mobile Therapist” aims to relief patients by providing properly-equipped vehicles, which will transfer them from home to the rehabilitation center and vice versa. The ScaleFocus team fully stood behind these initiatives by distributing fundraising boxes around our Sofia and Plovdiv offices. The company will further support I CAN TOO by doubling the gathered funds.

About “I CAN TOO”

“I CAN TOO” is an international charity organization, dedicated to supporting children with special needs. Established in 2006, the foundation quickly raised awareness of the unpleasant situation, which children with such needs and their families face. “I CAN TOO” joins efforts with celebrities, opinion leaders and organizations to provide youngsters with the opportunity to reach their full potential and fully integrate into the society. The NGO currently supports more than 650 children across Bulgaria and directs donors and volunteers to two therapeutic centers in Sofia. Over 400 international celebrities have become faces of “I CAN TOO” and have been spreading awareness of its mission and operations worldwide. The organization was recognized for many of its achievements via various awards. Their initiative Wear I CAN TOO T-shirt to Help Children in Need won an award in the Cause-Related Marketing Campaign category at the most prestigious awards of the Bulgarian PR Association (BAPRA).