Metaminds, one of the leading cybersecurity companies in Romania, wanted to take its CSR platform a step forward and get involved in education. They want to help form the next generation of decision makers, considering that technology, their field of work, lies at the heart of the learning process.



Youngsters these days, known as Gen Z, don’t take interest in the typical idea of social causes, believing it is obsolete. The common act of donating something and expecting it to have a positive impact doesn’t make sense to them, since they believe charitable acts cannot be bought.

In their eyes, you can only make a difference by getting involved: the amount of effort you put into an action directly influences its result.



Considering the younger generation feels the need to “get their hands dirty”, we designed a social campaign that creates a chain reaction: students recycle in order to facilitate other children’s access to education.

The exchange is simple: those involved would collect waste separately and recycle, thus learning more about protecting the environment. The amount they gather would then be transformed into gadgets destined to help less privileged children.

By empowering them to fully take a hold of the situation, they were offered the tools they needed to change the world for the better.

And to make the process more entertaining, we gamified the entire experience!

You can see here how it goes.


The campaign went smoothly and reached its goal.

You can learn more about it by watching the case study down below.


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