Our solidarity and citizen commitment has been championed by the Transdev Foundation since 2002.
The associations that we support strive to help break through the isolation of landlocked territories, develop social contact, support the sick, reduce unequal access to culture and education and reintegrate people with the least access to the job market, etc.
Our commitment to social mobility reflected in 6 flagship projects
Employment: Aurore, favoriser le retour à l’emploi
Education: Ma chance moi aussi
In Chambery (France), the association "Ma chance, moi, aussi" denies the inevitability that children from underprivileged families drop out from school and society.
Find more about "Donner sa chance à chaque enfant"
Culture: Cultur’Act - Le prunier sauvage, access to culture for all
Since 2014, the association has been offering children aged 8 to 14 years old living in a sensitive urban zone (“ZUS”) the opportunity to learn a musical instrument and take part in forming an orchestra.
At Transdev, employee volunteers can personally support a project championed by the Foundation and become its "sponsor". Working closely on the ground with their association, these volunteers are precious allies.
Social Mediation: Femmes solidaires, promoting meditation
Since 2014, the mission of the Femmes solidaires de Villeneuve-Saint-George (FSDVA) has been to promote tolerance and solidarity and to break through the barriers between districts.
Health: Unies pour elles, promoting people's health
Since 2011, the Unies pour elles association has been providing support, information, and physical and cultural activities to women suffering from breast cancer.
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Sport: Troyes University of Technology: supporting parasports
In 2009, the University of Troyes association launched an eco-sledge project giving people with reduced mobility access to ice sports.
25 “Freezig” para-sledges for disabled people have now been made available to 15 parasport clubs