VODAFONE ATH Fiji Foundation has so far invested about $10million on community projects throughout the country.
Director corporate and business manager Ronald Prasad revealed this at the first-ever Vodafone corporate philanthropy seminar in Savusavu over the weekend.
He said the replicator and multiplier effects of this contribution was vast ranging from computer projects, youth and women's projects, children's heart, corrective surgeries to avoid blindness, mHealth, mWomen, mYouth, mCancer, mKidney and mDisability to name a few.
"The foundation has spent $2m for projects in the North since it started in 2004," Mr Prasad said.
"In Savusavu, we have been supporting youth and women projects and now Vodafone mWomen and mHealth is working for corporate health, village health, school health, mEducation, mYouth, Duke of Edinburgh awards program, real food challenges and many more and our vision is to develop solutions to the problems we have in Fiji.
"Corporate philanthropy seminar is a program that aspires to engage corporate and where possible establish charity alliance of philanthropists to do strategic giving that provides meaningful measurable impacts to our communities," he said.
This year, Mr Prasad said the foundation was focused on catalytic philanthropy, engaging with society and participating in advocacy and policy development.
"The emphasis this year is with an understanding that the project is only a beginning of social impact. What is needed is meaningful support that is sustainable.
"Progresses made is being evaluated with multi-sectoral parties, focusing conversation on measures and developing solutions for communities.
"The foundation is catalysing real social change by investing in innovative projects that aspires to solve Fiji's most pressing problems."