Discover the Fondation 29 Haussmann
Fondation 29 Haussmann
The Fondation 29 Haussmann has been working for more than ten years in favour of education and the fight against school failure in France.
Created in 2009 by Societe Generale Private Banking, under the aegis of the Fondation de France, it supports associations that work with vulnerable children and teenagers on a daily basis to give them back their self-confidence and their ability to succeed.
The associations that it supports, about ten a year, act for example in the school or on the fringes of the school, for the acquisition of skills to fight against dropping out of school or to offer the best professional opportunities. They are dedicated to the development of actions and projects in favour of children who may suffer from all kinds of exclusions: geography, poverty, disability, illness, social environment...
The Fondation 29 Haussmann supports associations over a three-year period, with the aim of representing a significant but not preponderant part of their budget.
The Foundation maintains a regular follow-up with each association, to monitor the progress of its projects, its performance indicators and its challenges. When possible and necessary, it can also intervene in the form of strategic coaching.
The Fondation 29 Haussmann's objective is to offer as many children and teenagers as possible the best chances to grow up and become responsible and independent adults.
On behalf of all the children supported by the associations, thank you for your generosity.
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