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We take and we give back

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You and we.

Hi, You, thank you for coming to this blog post. You have a chance to meet the Children's Friend. And who is that? Let’s start this story from the beginning.

As you may already know, we are bonsai.tech – a team of 19 people dedicated to creating a world without boring jobs by applying AI solutions. This year we became a three-year-old. Meaning we know, among other things, how to move without tripping over our own feet, climb stairs one foot after the other, sort objects by shape and color. Okay, we make algorithms to help us with the latter, but you see the point.  

Others.

During our first years, we took a significant amount of advice, support and effort from our society. So we decided to give it back.

“Giving is not just about making a donation, it is about making a difference” - Kathy Calvin, Former President of the United Nations Foundation

Just as many other kids, we don’t have the newest gadgets or the finest “toys”, but some of them don’t even have a happy home. That’s where SOS Children’s Village takes a lead by giving their best to assure that every child gets proper love and care.  

“Every child belongs in a family, grows in love, respect, and safeness.” – A vision of SOS Children’s Village Croatia

How did We help Others

To support them in their vision, we decided to do what we do best – to design a chatbot for their website. It is an easy-to-use chatbot with a rather simple goal – to help the kids by giving people a better understanding of what they are going through and how did their childhood look like. Our intention here is not that you merely read about our CSR. We would appreciate You getting in touch with them. In fact, you can talk to this virtual Children’s Friend (Prijatelj djece) right now.

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How You can contribute

Choose your own way to help those children, whether by getting to know their life stories or by donating for their happier current life
Do it, not just because we all were once a child, but because it is a privilege to be able to give.