Webinar: Transform Together Fund & digital skills building among vulnerable groups

Transform Together Fund & digital skills building among vulnerable groups 

Join the webinar to learn more about grant opportunities for social finance actors and to discuss the example of the MFI testing innovative approach in digital skills building of their clients. 

During the webinar, you will get to know the details of announced Call for Proposal, which offers 50 000 EURO as co-financing of innovative solution in green and digital. You will be able to ask questions about the application process, required documents and types of projects financed. 

We will also discuss an example of the project, that could be financed within TTF: a story of the MFI developing and testing an application for their clients. The app aims at building the digital skills, building the budgeting skills, as well as helping clients to use digital channels in using financial services. 

The webinar targets social finance actors from EU countries and Norway: microfinance and social finance providers, national and regional network and associations working on financial inclusion. 

Click here to learn more about Transform Together Fund.

Click here to learn more about Call for Proposal.


Kinga Dąbrowska is an experienced project manager and trainer with a demonstrated history of working in the civic & social organisation industry. Skilled in Nonprofit Organizations, Microfinance, Corporate Social Responsibility, grant programs management, research and project evaluation. For 10 years she worked in the Microfinance Centre where she coordinated various projects including the Social Performance Fund which aimed at building capacities of microfinance associations and microfinance institutions by providing grants and various capacity building activities related to social performance. Before joining the MFC in 2011, she worked in Technical Secretariat – Cross Border Cooperation Program: Poland-Belarus-Ukraine, Poland where she was responsible for preparation of evaluation system for call for proposals, developing training modules for potential applicants. 

She continues her involvement in the microfinance sector as MFC consultant for the Transform Together Fund project. 

Kinga holds a Master’s degree in Sociology from Warsaw University, Poland.

Ewa Bańkowska, MFC Deputy Director

Ewa has been with MFC since October 2005. She has been managing MFC projects and developing content in various topics of responsible finance: social performance management, client protection, financial health. She has been supporting MFIs in marketing research, institutional assessments, product development. She leads MFC initiatives for capacity building in digitalization of MFIs. With a background in market research, her previous professional experience covered marketing research in the banking sector and market analysis for the B2B service global alliance. 

Ewa holds an MSc in Quantitative Methods and Information Systems from Warsaw School of Economics and a postgraduate diploma from Warsaw University in psychology of consumer’s behaviour.

Funded by the European Union. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or the European Commission. Neither the European Union nor the granting authority can be held responsible for them.