A Million Chances

At Speexx we are giving back in many ways – by supporting the causes the Speexx family cares about, by donating licenses to nonprofit projects, and by donating money to charities.

Giving Back

Each year, we donate 1 million Euros’ worth of educational products to a variety of projects around the world. By doing what we do best – providing learning and continuing education opportunities – we are committed to being a reliable partner in the building of a better future in particularly disadvantaged regions of the world.

Our mission is a reflection of our organization’s fast-paced development over the past decade and we continue to work on it in thorough discussions with our clients and employees.

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Disaster Ready

DisasterReady.org is a collaborative, non-profit effort informed and supported by prominent aid agencies and the Cornerstone OnDemand (CSOD) Foundation—a leader in the field of online learning for non-profit organizations. The goal of the initiative is to increase the preparedness and effectiveness of humanitarian aid workers by making training more accessible.

Speexx is proud to support DisasterReady.org by providing aid workers of NGOs and humanitarian agencies with online language courses for English, French and Spanish. Some of this year’s charities include French Medical Institute for Children, E.L.I.S.A. MEDICOPTÈRE, Mercy Corps, UNHCR and Save the Children.

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Since early 2015, Speexx has partnered with LINGOs, a learning consortium of 80+ international development, aid and conservation organizations. Since the beginning of the partnership with LINGOs, over 1300 NGO staff in over 100 countries have enrolled in French, Spanish, and English courses at all levels (A1 – C1.2).

LINGOs is a not-for-profit capacity building organization in its tenth year of providing world-class learning opportunities that are appropriate, accessible and affordable for people working to reduce poverty and alleviate suffering in the developing world.

LINGOs is merging with two other leading providers of learning and capacity development within our sector. Together, we will create a new global organization called Humentum. Learn more

Interview with LINGOs CEO

International Federation of Red Cross

The IFRC is the world’s largest humanitarian network reaching 150 million people annually through 17 million volunteers in 190 National Societies. The IFRC and several National Red Cross Red Crescent Societies have been deeply involved in supporting the hundreds of thousands of migrants who have reached the EU this year. The Speexx education project provides 5,000 free language courses, covers all levels from beginners to advanced for English, German and Spanish.

As part the Libyan Red Crescent’s collaboration with DisasterReady and Speexx, we have enabled thousands of volunteers from charities around the world to improve their language skills online. One of them is Mohaned from Libya. Read his story on the Speexx Exchange Blog.

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United Nations Global Compact

We are proud to participate in the UN Global Compact – a policy initiative for businesses who are committed to aligning their operations and strategies with ten universally accepted principles in the areas of human rights, labor, environment, and anti-corruption. Speexx proudly supports the 10 principles of the UN Global Compact.

“Speexx has seamlessly continued to deliver its line of innovation and high-quality language training solutions” – Worlddidac Award 2014.

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Naturstrom Partners

Speexx uses renewable energy sources for its offices, provided by green energy supplier Naturstrom. Moreover, Speexx lauds Naturstrom´s continuous support of communities and businesses in finding sustainable energy sources beyond coal and nuclear power.

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Project Reconnect

With the support from Google.org, NetHope launched Project Reconnect: an initiative providing 25,000 managed Chromebooks to nonprofit organizations supporting refugees in Germany. The project aims to help refugees as they strive to rebuild their lives, by facilitating access to education and information resources on the web. NetHope and Google.org believe that access to Internet resources is key to connecting refugees to their new communities.

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