Our sharing and solidarity range enables us to play an active part in the social and societal transition by saving for socially useful projects.
It is made up of 4 sharing funds which support 4 associations:
Assisting cancer survivors
Séjours Siel Bleu offers a five-day programme of activities and simple tools for cancer survivors to take time out, get together, and share with others their experiences in dealing with their illness..
In restoring the Brévant watershed in the Aube département, the association Nature 2050 works towards rehabilitating a wet ecosystem that retains and purifies water. Extending over almost 10 hectares, this operation promotes the preservation of fauna and flora that are typical of forested wetlands.
Supporting the Louvre’s initiatives
The Louvre endowment facilitates access to culture throughout France without consideration of origin or social background. Addressing both children and adults, it finances numerous cultural discovery events, including in hospitals and prisons.
Guaranteeing human rights
Through LBP AM SRI Human Rights, we support the International Federation for Human Rights, which ensures respect for civil, political, economic, social and cultural rights as defined in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. With a footprint in 117 countries, it conducts investigations and legal advocacy initiatives, as well as training programmes for human rights activists.
It includes a solidarity fund (LBP AM ISR Actions Solidaire) which supports 5 associations:
Social integration through employment
France Active is a movement of engaged entrepreneurs who aim to put society on a more solidarity-based footing.
As a pioneer in solidarity-based finance, France Active supports creative people – both the most vulnerable and the most ambitious – and, in so doing, helps create or retain more than 60,000 jobs each year.
HousingSocial integration through housing
Established in 1985, Habitat et Humanisme promotes public housing for distressed persons.
With a footprint in 80 French départements and consisting mainly of volunteers, the association runs numerous projects, adapted to local contexts, to address exclusion and isolation.
biodiversityAcquisition of farmland
Relying on an associative and citizen dynamic that enables the acquisition of farmland and the installation of a new generation of farmers on organic farms. These places recreate links between farmers and citizens, while promoting biodiversity and respect for the soil.