We believe in the power of technology to uplift living standards for all and in using our resources to make a tangible contribution to our community. Calcey regularly initiates and supports programs to improve technology education among rural youth and champion entrepreneurship within Sri Lanka. Our team also supports a set of impactful projects via regular charitable donations and these donations are matched 100% by the company.
Our team conducted a series of 6-month coding camps for kids in Welipanne and Rambuka, two rural villages in Sri Lanka. High performing students receive the opportunity to gain employment at Calcey and pursue further education in IT.
All our team members donate a portion of their monthly salary to purchase equipment to ease the process of administering injections to children undergoing treatment for cancer at the Maharagama Cancer hospital. We’ve partnered with the Cancer Care Association for this initiative.
In collaboration with the Karuna Trust, Calcey supported the establishment of a computer lab in Maharagama. We provide the running costs of the facility and our team volunteers as facilitators, guiding the trainer and providing input into the curriculum.
Our team has funded more than 380 cataract surgeries for underprivileged elders all over Sri Lanka by supporting Vision 2020 - a government program aiming to eradicate avoidable blindness.
Calcey conducted the very first hackathon in Sri Lanka and our team continues to actively champion innovation and entrepreneurship. Mangala, our CEO, is the country ambassador for Seedstars, a leading global accelerator program, and a Angel investor.