OUR CONTRIBUTION TO SOCIETY
We have published several educational books as part of the “Hector & Friends ” project. As a result, we received the University of Warsaw’s Entrepreneur of the Year Award in the Social Entrepreneur category, and were a finalist in the BOLD Awards III in the 2022 Crowdfunding Projects category. If your foundation or charity would like support, get in touch. To raise funds, branded editions of the Hector & Friends book series can be produced. We only ask for your help to cover production costs. 100% of the profits will go to your foundation. We’ll also advertise your foundation on our home page.
We organise workshops in schools
We believe that developing empathy, curiosity for reading and open minded thinking from the youngest age is very important. We partner with Westminster Children’s University in mentoring program. Additionally to this we organise workshops for children:
1) Empathy Building with Animals
2) Diversity of cultures, contemporary problems, and threats
3) Creative writing
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Charity project Hector & Friends for Ukraine
Our Founder, Renata organised the Ukrainian translation of her first book “Hector, A Dog’ Story” (Ukr. Hektor, Sobacha Istoriya) in just 3 months. She then gave the youngest Ukrainian children 1.3 thousand copies free of charge, as a gift for Children’s Day. The books were donated through organizations helping children, including 4Ukraine Association, Rodina Ukrainian School in London, Prague Association See the Heart and Bookmark Reading foundation and many more. Books went to children in care facilities and psychological counselling centers and schools in Poland, Ukraine, England, and France.
The printing of the books was financed by a fundraiser organised by her and with the support of Polish Bookstore, the Polish School at the Embassy of the Republic of Poland in Paris with its seat in Lille, and the Women’s Business Link (WBL) organization.
Ukrainian translation of the book was created thanks to involvement of four translators (Olga Yershova, Yulia Yukhymets, Justyna, Wit, Wiktoria Dovhaliuk) and the Ukrainian editor Olena Bondarenko, who decided to promote the Ukrainian language through the book.
We would like to hear from other organisations, institutions or companies that would be interested in purchasing the book to pass it on to more children. Our dream is that the book will reach as many Ukrainian children as possible worldwide and bring a smile to their faces.
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How we operate in low carbon economy
Kamreno is 100% green and remote work-oriented company. All members of the Team work from home and have access to the same online tools. However, you can still ask them if they want to grab a coffee or meet your Team at office. We have a policy of online meetings and ‘no print’ which means that all clients’ materials are shared only electronically and stored online just for one year or for the life of the project.
Books are printed in a sustainable manner – in a European small printing house with small runs to reduce environment impact and storage costs. We also encourage clients to use only sustainable merchandising. We work with clients who are environmentally friendly, ethical and have initiatives with positive impact on environment. We are also starting a cooperation with the United Nations.