With 25 years of commitment to solidarity and the environment, the ENGIE Foundation expresses the social, corporate and environmental engagement of ENGIE and its employees. Now more than ever, the ENGIE Foundation believes that we can be optimistic and work together to find solutions for the future. In a world facing so many challenges, including climate change, migration, the need to preserve biodiversity, universal access to energy, and fighting poverty, the ENGIE Foundation shares the notion that efforts to push more useful, necessary and ambitious projects must be used urgently. This is the mission of the ENGIE Foundation, and the one shared by ENGIE employees around the world. We want to foster social change and, through our programs, contribute to the social development of the communities where we operate. The ENGIE Foundation’s commitments lie with support to children and youths in vulnerable circumstances, universal access to energy, and the protection of biodiversity. ENGIE operates in several countries with countless voluntary projects. In Brazil, the ENGIE Foundation’s actions have focused on projects concerned with health, education, citizenship development and biodiversity preservation support.
Areas of operation
Social inclusion of
children and youths
Climate and biodiversity protection
access to energy
The ENGIE Foundation believes in social transformation and accepts key commitments and challenges for the sustainable future of our world. More than 200,000 children from vulnerable communities have benefitted from a focus on health and the promotion of social inclusion through education and sports. In partnership with domestic and international non-profits, projects that the ENGIE Foundation supports offer financial assistance, skills-building and expertise. For additional information, click here to visit the Foundation’s Webpage.
Project requirements for ENGIE Foundation support
- Being located in a region where ENGIE operates and serving the common good;
- Displaying charitable value and economic and socio-environmental sustainability;
- Having effectively positive and long-term social and/or environmental impact;
- Being submitted by a nonprofit sponsor entity;
- Abiding by the Foundation’s rules, which include the involvement of additional partners.