The Hapa Foundation was established for the purpose of focusing Hapaweb Solutions’ efforts in terms of its Corporate Social Responsibility initiatives. Since its inception in 2010, Hapaweb Solutions has committed funds and in-kind support towards several social interventions through its Corporate Social Responsibility department.
In 2016, Hapaweb decided to set up the Hapa Foundation to be the main outlet for all social initiatives of Hapaweb Solutions. In conjunction with local and international partner organisations, the Foundation is committed to improving individual and communal lives through social investment projects in the areas of EDUCATION, ENTREPRENEURSHIP and TECHNOLOGY.
Although the Foundation was formally registered in 2016, The staff members are largely from the Hapaweb Solutions’ Corporate Social Responsibility department which had been responsible for all social and community programmes of Hapaweb Solutions since 2010.
Between 2010 to 2015, Hapaweb Solutions committed GHS 106,000 towards social interventions (http://hapaweb.com/about-us/csr/) and in 2016 committed GHS 40,000 to the programmes at hapaSpace as well as secured partner funding of GHS143,000.
Right from the formation of the company in 2010, we made contributing to our community a key aspect of our business because we share the philosophy that, corporate entities should be fair to communities they operate in by seeking their development and welfare.
Although we are a very small company, from 2010 to 2015, through our Corporate Social Responsibly department, we committed over GHS 106,000 of our own fund and GHS 180,000 from partners towards social interventions (http://hapaweb.com/about-us/csr/).
In 2016, we committed GHS 40,000 and secured partner funding of GHS143,000 for entrepreneurial and technological events, trainings and programmes at hapaSpace.
From 2011 to 2013, our Digital Schools Project was implemented in 31 Senior High Schools and directly affected over 400 students and 65 teachers. Between 2014 and 2015, the Staff Volunteer Programme and Education Go Digital project reached 40 schools and over 500 teachers across 8 of the 10 regions in Ghana.