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Giving back has never been this easy. Choose your way to participate and help important social movements forward. 
All members belong to Phoenix nonprofit incubator and work towards equality and inclusion in our society.

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Mummodisko

Mummodisko (Granny Disco) was founded to bring a fresh breeze to the elderly care. Grannies and granpas leave walking aids behind to hit the dancefloor on discos organized by Joni and Mikko, and a bunch of wonderful volunteers. Music, movement and happy encounters work like a miracle for solitude and apathy. Over 3000 participants have already danced along in 15 different cities. 

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Startup Refugees

Startup Refugees is a voluntary network that supports refugees with employment and entrepreneurship. Startup Refugees finds out the professional skills and goals of newcomers as soon as they enter Finland and matches them with local opportunities. 

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Twig the Code

Twig the Code is a coding community encouraging women to join the tech industry as developers. The community organizes workshops, excursions and laid-back meetings to learn code. Twig the Code was founded in 2018 when its founder started coding and wanted to see if learning code with peers would make it more fun and easy. And guess what – it did!

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Make your idea fly together with Phoenix and hand-picked industry experts – apply to non-profit incubator for year 2021

Phoenix is a non-profit incubator for projects or ideas that work towards stopping inequality. The most important criteria for participants: your will to grow the idea you strongly believe in. 

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Meet our volunteers

Teemu Uotila, Vincit

Teemu Uotila, Vincit

Teemu and his service design and developer colleagues created and polished phoenix.fi, a new website for seeking and finding volunteering opportunities with Phoenix incubees.

"When one gets to participate into a project building something good in the society, it brings a special kind of joy and sense of meaningfulness to everyone involved. We often talk about these kind of projects at the office long after the are completed. This is also the case with Phoenix.fi."

Jenni Turunen, Finnish teacher

Jenni Turunen, Finnish teacher

Jenni interviewed a newcomer for Startup Refugees and wrote their story of navigating with work and studies in Finland.

"The interview was an eye-opening experience. Our discussions about learning a language were beneficial for me also from a professional perspective. This project was very smooth and efficient – Startup Refugees took care of all the arrangements. The experience brought me a lot of joy, and gave me new thoughts on different life paths people have."

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We believe that the greatest of challenges are solved together. We work closely with companies and organizations, and are always open for new ideas and concrete collaborations. Join our network of corporate social responsibility superstars and let's find the best way for you to contribute in stopping inequality. 

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