Pro Bono

Why?
Because good initiatives deserve support. 

So we do what we can to assist. Commiting to non-profits, dedicated to helping others. Devoting to causes that speak to us the most: environment, support for children, culture and sports.

Estonian Food Bank

The Estonian Food Bank operates to distribute surplus food from supermarkets, restaurants and manufacturers to the people who need it the most.

With the carefully build network of supporters and food bank volunteers, products that otherwise would go to waste, end up helping thousands of families in Estonia.
https://www.toidupank.ee/

Children
Caritas Estonia

Caritas Estonia is committed to helping the weakest in society – parents who have had children at a very early age and are living in difficult circumstances.

Caritas also provides support for children in substitute homes, helping them attend to their hobbies and trainings.
http://www.caritas.ee/

Culture
Estonian National Culture Foundation

The Estonian National Culture Foundation is created to help preserve and develop Estonian culture.

The foundation distributes scholarships worth an average of EUR 200,000 each year through more than 180 sub-funds, contributing significantly to the development of Estonian culture, education, sports, medicine and many other areas.

http://www.erkf.ee/

Narva Vaba Lava  /Linda 2

With a project launched in 2017, a unique landmark with an innovative concept was developed from a Soviet-era military factory in Narva, an Estonian border town with Russia. A hub, connecting the east to the west and the past to the future.

In addition to featuring a vibrant arts scene, ranging from contemporary theatre, dance, cinema, design and digital arts - the complex also inhabits Estonian Public Broadcasting TV and radio studio and offices for The Integration Foundation, Nordic Council of Ministers' Office, Startup Estonia, Estonian Language House and the creative incubator OBJEKT. 

https://narva.vabalava.ee/

Sport

Estonian Olympic Committee


Estonian Olympic Committee is the umbrella organization of Estonian sport, responsible for elite sport, youth sport and sport for all and including both Olympic as well as non-Olympic sports. Through a number of affiliated organizations, the Olympic Committee supports the training of trainers, the provision of sports medicine services, the fight against doping and the maintenance of a admirable sports culture.
www.eok.ee




Estonian Ski Association


The Estonian Ski Association unites all well-known ski sports and represents them both domestically and in international organizations. The Ski Association is carrying out various projects to support Estonian athletes and to introduce and develop ski sports to the next generation.
www.suusaliit.ee