127 associative projects supported throughout the country
The Nexity Foundation is working for a more inclusive city where each vulnerable person can find a place for themselves, with prospects for the future, the ability to act and the means to fulfil themselves. When it was created in 2017, the Nexity Foundation supported social inclusion projects through housing, employment and training. In a context of increasing precariousness, particularly among young people and women, the Nexity Foundation has chosen to invest even more concretely and effectively in its populations by acting in three areas:
+ 500 young people mentored
+ 1200 committed employees
The Nexity Foundation promotes equal opportunities all along the path to employment, starting well before the start of employment.
- Co-construction of projects with local associations and schools
- Programs based on self-confidence, empowerment, soft skills, training and discovery of professions in order to open up horizons and allow for a well-chosen orientation
- For young people aged 14 to 26 from priority neighbourhoods of the city policy and/or from low-income neighbourhoods and/or QPV priority urban planning districts or those who have been forced into a career path, including in rural areas.
The Nexity Foundation is committed to fighting precariousness.
- Responding to the needs of territories with specific problems of young people and women
- Financial and social support for national and/or regional public policies
- Help in emergency situations
Inclusion through sport
The Nexity Foundation is committed to working with the most vulnerable young people to ensure that sport is a lever for social and professional integration.
- Support for projects that use physical activity and sport as a tool for social impact
- For young people from priority neighbourhoods in the city's policy or from modest backgrounds, or who have been forced into a career path or who have dropped out of school
- For young people with disabilities
The solidarity commitment of Nexity employees
precarious groups to get into accommodation and housing
young people between the ages of 14 and 26 from low-income neighbourhoods and/or QPV priority urban planning districts in their education and career
directly educational programmes for young people in association with the Nexity group
employees in solidarity and general interest actions with associations
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