THE MOST POWERFUL FIRST AID PLASTER IS LOVE!
In the project developed by Getwell together with the Educational Volunteers Foundation of Turkey, every Sevgi First Aid Plaster purchased supports the education of children.
Believing in the power of love and setting out with the message that the value that will improve and develop the future is love, Getwell is implementing a social responsibility project this year, as it does every year.
Acting with the idea that the strongest first aid plaster is love and that all difficulties can be overcome together, the brand came together with the Educational Volunteers Foundation of Turkey (TEGV) to launch the Sevgi First Aid Plaster Project for children who follow their dreams and wake up with hopeful dreams every day. The brand, adopting the idea of “Discover Goodness”, together with TEGV, supports the education of children, the guarantee of the future, with every Sevgi First Aid Plaster purchased.
The Education Volunteers Foundation of Turkey (TEGV) stands out as the most widespread non-governmental organization that focuses on providing quality education support to primary school children in addition to the basic education given by the state, by saying “A child changes, Turkey develops” since its establishment. The income of each first aid plaster purchased through the Sevgi First Aid Plaster Project is donated to TEGV’s workshops that teach while having fun, and support the education of children, which is their greatest need.
About the Educational Volunteers Foundation of Turkey (TEGV):
The Education Volunteers Foundation of Turkey (TEGV) was established on 23rd of January, in 1995, with the initiative of a group of industrialists, administrators and academics, especially Suna Kıraç, who wholeheartedly believe that education is the head of everything, to support basic education given by the state. Focusing on providing out-of-school education support to primary school children, TEGV has become the most widespread non-governmental organization operating in the field of education in Turkey over the years. TEGV was recognized by the Council of Ministers in 2009 as one of the foundations that have the right to “collect aid without permission”. The Foundation continues to provide educational support to children at 55 activity points in total, with 7 Education Parks, 30 Learning Units and 18 Fireflies in 24 provinces across Turkey.