"Skills based philanthropy is above all a great encounter between the private sector and the non-profit sector around a common project of general interest."
Interviewed by the Alliance pour le Mécénat de Compétences (AMC), Benoît Clocheret, Executive Director of Artelia, explains the reasons for the group's commitment to this scheme, which enables collaborators to unite around civic and solidarity actions.
Committed to improving living conditions since its creation and to a "Climate Contribution" approach since 2021, the Artelia Foundation has decided this year to launch the call for projects "Acting for an inclusive energy transition".
Artelia Group's collaborators got involved on Giving Tuesday by offering hygiene products to local non-profit organizations. An engaging cause that aims to fight against hygiene precariousness.
In 2022, the circular economy is at the heart of the Foundation's actions. A call for projects was launched in February and nearly 100 projects were submitted to us by non-profit organisations actors who have fully grasped the subject. Their objective? To preserve resources and limit waste through actions that promote reuse, re-employment and recycling. Artelia Foundation was particularly sensitive to three of them and decided to offer, for the first time, Artelia Group collaborators the opportunity to vote for their "favorite" project.
Committed to a climate contribution approach, the Artelia Foundation launched its first two calls for projects dedicated to climate protection in February. The themes chosen, the protection of blue carbon ecosystems and the circular economy, are in line with the Artelia Group's businesses.
In March 2022, the Board of Directors of the Artelia Foundation committed to deploying an emergency fund of €50,000 to help the victims of the conflict taking place in Ukraine.
Browse through this new edition that traces the actions we carried out in 2021 and which shows the evolution of our intervention models to meet the support needs of our partner associations despite the health crisis.
The Artelia Foundation and the Mobility - Environment - Sustainable Development Commission of the Artelia Group organized, on the World Environment Day, the second edition of the TrashTag Challenge, an ecological awareness event through litter collection.
Every kilometre counts!
Artelia Foundation is counting on the sporting mobilization of Artelia Group collaborators to support three new non-profit organisations in 2022: Baan Dek Foundation, L'Appel and Le Rocher.
Through its "Climate Contribution" strategic component, Artelia Foundation has decided to participate in the global collective effort to achieve carbon neutrality by supporting so-called "blue carbon" projects through its employees’ technical skills and a financial contribution.