All staff at Talooma believe that no matter how small the contribution is, it will still make a difference to the lives of others. Our aim is to assist with creating awareness online for all our CSI clients. Corporate Social Initiative is no longer left up to big corporations. More and more small businesses and individuals are making a difference through their corporate social endeavors. Talooma currently supports four main projects, and is looking to further develop this list in the future. We are 100% behind our CSI portfolio and are proud to be associated with all our non- profit organizations.
Cotlands - www.cotlands.org
For over 10 years, we have been working closely with Cotlands. The non-profit organization is dedicated to helping children who are affected by HIV/Aids in South Africa. By providing Cotlands with free website design and development, maintenance and newsletter sending, we are contributing to the awareness of the organization as well as HIV/AIDS.
Chinese Forum - www.chineseforum.org.za
The Chinese Forum is a non-profit organization that is aimed at creating a database of various Chinese businesses' in South Africa. This assists web searchers when looking for anything that is Chinese related i.e. restaurants, groceries etc. This website aims at assisting with the search, as all these services will be listed on Chinese Forum. Their vision is to use the web to reach the entire Chinese community within South Africa.
Children of the Dawn – www.childrenofthedawn.org.za
Children of the Dawn is a non-profit organization that seeks to enhance the lives of HIV/Aids orphans. By giving back to the organization, we are contributing to the future of these children. The Talooma team designed and created the Children of the Dawn website and provide monthly hosting, updates and maintenance of the site.
AIDS Foundation of South Africa – www.aids.org.za
The Aids Foundation of South Africa is a non-profit organization that mobilizes and manages funding for HIV/Aids work in South Africa. Talooma has developed the new Aids Foundation website, free of charge. The site aims at making the lives of those infected and affected with HIV/AIDS easier by providing assistance where possible.