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Support TSF

Whether you are a company, a foundation, a local authority, a public institution, a private individual or an academic institution, your support will allow us to amplify the impact of our emergency response missions and of our long-term development projects. Your generosity can take the form of: financial sponsorship, skills-based support, financial donations, volunteering, or organisation of fundraising events.

Companies & Foundations

Partnership

TSF works closely with numerous companies and foundations that share its values. For more than 20 years, we have built partnerships based on mutual trust alongside the leading corporations in the industry.

For more information, see our page “Become a partner”.

Skills-based support

Do you want to mobilise your employees through skills-based support? Depending on the nature of your business, they can provide valuable support to our organisation.

Your employees’ involvement will be the chance for them to put their skills and know-how to good use by offering them the possibility to contribute to international solidarity. Their mobilisation will have a direct impact on humans whose lives have been brutally disrupted. Skills-based support is the direct expression of active citizenship to the service of humanitarian actions.

In addition, it will broaden their experience and develop their adaptability by working with multicultural teams in a new environment. This action will also introduce new values within your teams by demonstrating the concrete involvement of your company in projects of solidarity.

Do not hesitate to contact us. Together we can explore the possibilities of this joint project and look at the best ways in which a sponsorship agreement can guide the involvement of your employees.

Fundraising events

Have you ever thought of organising a fundraising event within your company? This could be following a sudden-onset disaster, within the framework of a one-day solidarity event or something more broadly to the benefit of TSF.

For more information, please contact our Communication and International Relations Department by email or phone call at: +33 5 59 84 43 60.

Institutional partners

Partnership

Organisations, local authorities and institutional donors are invaluable supporters for international solidarity. TSF is committed to maintaining the quality and diversity of its partners, both public and private, to ensure its independence.

Do you wish to diversify your commitment to international solidarity?

For more information, see our page “Join our partners”.

Skills-based support

Local authorities, do you want to mobilise your employees through skills-based support? Depending on the nature of their skills, they can provide valuable support.

Your employees’ involvement will be the chance for them to put their skills and know-how to good use by offering them the possibility to contribute to international solidarity. Their mobilisation will have a direct impact on humans whose lives have been brutally disrupted. Skills-based support is the direct expression of active citizenship to the service of humanitarian actions.

In addition, it will broaden their experience and develop their adaptability by working with multicultural teams in a new environment. This action will also introduce new values within your teams by demonstrating the concrete involvement of your company in projects of solidarity.

Do not hesitate to contact us. Together we can explore the possibilities of this joint project and look at the best ways in which a sponsorship agreement can guide the involvement of your employees.

Fundraising events

Have you ever thought of organising a fundraising event within your company? This could be following a sudden-onset disaster, within the framework of a one-day solidarity event or something more broadly to the benefit of TSF.

For more information, please contact our Communication and International Relations Department by email or phone call at: +33 5 59 84 43 60.

Private individuals

Donate

Since its creation, TSF has worked in more than 70 countries across five continents to the benefit of millions of people and more than 850 humanitarian organisations.

Your donation helps us promote the responsible and inclusive use of new technologies. By adapting them to each humanitarian context, our programmes contribute to improving the living conditions of our beneficiaries, without discrimination of any kind. Your support will allow us to:

  • Maintain our response capacity so that we can deploy to any country in under 24 hours following a disaster;
  • Offer means of communication to disaster-affected communities allowing them to inform loved ones that they are alive and request assistance;
  • Increase the effectiveness of relief efforts through the use of communications;
  • Collect and analyse critical indicators to respond to climate and societal transformations that threaten vulnerable communities;
  • Allow refugee children to continue their education through innovative programmes using interactive learning methods;
  • Open up remote communities by giving them access to digital tools to help reinforce sustainable development.

Would you like to make a donation to TSF? Visit our donation page!

Volunteering

Do you want to commit to helping people affected by humanitarian crises? If you are trained or experienced in new technologies and telecommunications, your profile may be of interest us. We also occasionally look for people who can support us in the logistics of our field operations.

Read our information sheet carefully: acting in the emergency field cannot and should not be improvised. It requires a high level of adaptability in a context that is often difficult, disorientating and exhausting. You have to be able to work with multicultural teams, in conditions of insecurity and rudimentary comfort. Both at our headquarters and in the field, responsibility and accountability are essential.

Read the accounts of our volunteers, Serena & Raúl.

Mobilise your company

Are you an employee and you want to share your skills? Do not hesitate to talk to your employer about our skills-based support programme.

Your contribution will be an opportunity to put your know-how at the service of a humanitarian cause. Your mobilisation will have a direct impact on human beings whose lives have been brutally disrupted. Skills-based support is the direct expression of active citizenship to the service of humanitarian actions.

In addition, this will broaden your experience and develop your adaptability by working with multicultural teams in a new environment.

For more information, please contact our Communication and International Relations Department by email or phone call at: +33 5 59 84 43 60.

Vacancies

We do not have any vacancies at the moment.

To submit an unsolicited application, send us your CV and a cover letter to:
candidature (at) tsfi.org

Internship

We do not have any internship offers at the moment.

Academics bodies

TSF develops technological innovations adapted to the specific needs of its projects. To ensure we are always going that one step further, we set up collaborations with universities and colleges.

Cooperation between NGOs and researchers can lead to positive progress for development by increasing public awareness, field interventions and promoting technological innovation.

This type of partnership can take different forms: resource mobilisation, technical projects, public awareness or fundraising events.

For more information, please contact our Communication and International Relations Department by email or phone call at: +33 5 59 84 43 60.

 

 

Asian Institute of Technology (AIT)

The Asian Institute of Technology (AIT) is an international institution of higher education in engineering, high technology and crisis management. Since local knowledge and skills are vital to a coordinated humanitarian response, TSF is working with AIT to recruit volunteers for the Asia-Pacific region. By training specialized students of more than 60 nationalities, we build upon the richness of these different profiles for our missions in this part of the world.

 

 

ENSICAEN Alumni

The Ecole Nationale Supérieure d’Ingénieurs de Caen (ENSICAEN) is a public institution of higher education and research which trains engineers in innovation and entrepreneurship. The school’s Alumni association, "ENSICAEN Alumni" gathers around 8,500 graduates spread over the globe. In 2017, TSF established collaboration with the association to recruit volunteer engineers or students who can be quickly deployed around the world during a crisis. They also bring their expertise through technical support for the development of ICT solutions for TSF projects. In parallel, the Alumni mobilise their network to provide financial support to TSF in the form of donations.