As the Community Volunteers Foundation, we support successful university students with strong social and volunteering potential to continue their education without financial difficulties. We encourage scholarship recipients to participate in voluntary activities within the Community Volunteers Foundation during the scholarship period.
University students who benefit from Community Volunteers Foundation (TOG) Youth Scholarships participate in volunteer work in projects and activities for at least 16 hours per month. While supporting university students in accessing knowledge, technology, and innovations, we also ensure their participation in social responsibility projects that will benefit the community they live in.
Community Volunteers Foundation (TOG) Youth Scholarships continue throughout their undergraduate education within the framework of the scholarship regulations. We monitor the academic achievement and volunteering activities of the scholarship recipients throughout the semester and accordingly, we continue the scholarship support during their associate/bachelor’s education.