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For young people aged 11-16, living in priority areas, the association organizes camps for open-air sports, educational success and citizenship, that significantly contribute to the youngsters’ inclusion and fulfillment.
Becoming a TotalEnergies Foundation partner is not just about receiving financial support to set up or roll out a project. We also encourage our employees to give up to three working days per year to take part in solidarity missions via the Action! program. The Foundation can also provide support through online training courses such as "Making your digital transition successful: where to start?".
Partners selected in 2022
Giving young people the means to fulfill their potential is at the heart of all the actions supported by TotalEnergies Foundation in France. The call for partners issued every year, is an opportunity for new associations to present their projects in the priority area of Education & Inclusion.
Partners selected in 2021
In 2021, of the 21 applications that met the set criteria, six were shortlisted to give a pitch presentation to a jury. Three were then selected and they are now under a three-year sponsorship agreement with TotalEnergies Foundation as part of its action in support of the education and professional inclusion of young people aged 12-25. Find out about the winners of the 2021 call for TotalEnergies partners in South West France:
Partners selected in 2020
Find out about the winners of the 2020 call for TotalEnergies partners in South West France:
In Pau, AJIR supports the integration of migrant minors through apprenticeships thanks to its network of apprentice training centers (CFA) and local companies. In light of the crisis, the association wants to continue its administrative, educational and social support for young people, and to allow the most affected companies to secure the hiring of apprentices until they graduate.
Rebonds! educators often offer rugby activities in schools, after-school programs and specialized facilities in the Toulouse region. During these activities, they may identify certain young people who are in a vulnerable situation. The association then offers them integration into a rugby club and social follow-up to help them build their academic and professional orientation.