Kibar Volunteers Won the “Most Successful Volunteer Program Special Jury Award”

December 2020

Kibar Volunteers, the corporate volunteer project of Kibar Holding, won the Special Jury Award in the category of “Most Successful Volunteer Program” at the 13th Awards from the Heart, organized by the Association of Private Sector Volunteers.

The “Kibar Volunteers Project” won the Special Jury Award in the category of “Most Successful Volunteer Program.” The project was implemented by Kibar Holding, one of Turkey’s leading industrial groups, in order to expand the scope of its corporate social responsibility activities by engaging human resources in these activities and making especially its social responsibility projects for education and children sustainable. The award ceremony, which has been organized by the Association of Private Sector Volunteers since 2007 in order to support the volunteer activities and achievements of companies and their employees, raise awareness by highlighting exemplary projects, and contribute to making volunteering widespread in the private sector, was held online this year due to the pandemic.

The winners of the awards given in 4 categories, Most Successful Volunteer Program, Most Successful Volunteer Project, Most Creative Volunteer Project, and Most Successful e-Volunteer Project, were selected by measuring the scope of projects, the scope of their positive impact, and the value they created. Implemented by Kibar Holding as one of the most comprehensive corporate volunteer projects in Turkey, Kibar Volunteers reached more than 4,000 children through 25 projects in its first year. Although physical events were suspended in the second year of the project due to the pandemic, Kibar Volunteers, which has 700 members, completed the digital orientation processes and launched an online volunteering movement. Kibar Volunteers will continue to make a difference in children’s lives through online projects in 2021. All the volunteer activities across the group can be followed at It is aimed to expand the scope of impact of volunteer activities through digital processes.