Inspire

Commit alongside
those who are committed.

Acting
for the
common good

While Up group engaged, in 2015, in a deep transformation of its business model and its identity, it also has the ambition to give new momentum to its philanthropy policy.

Towards a
corporate foundation

Solidarity
without
borders

membership in the
Global Compact of the United Nations

1O years

Face to face
Up/Upaya Conseil


Catherine Candella RSE Director Up group


Support by the Foundation in 15 years

7OO organisations received funding

3 million euros in subsidies

A different
take on
solidarity

procurement
Responsible

of the purchases
are local

Responsible procurement

Think global,
act local!

While the group is engaged in a global exploration for the purpose of creating its philanthropy policy, subsidiaries, worldwide, are multiplying initiatives that locally assert the values of commitment and solidarity.
A few examples...

« Responsible purchasing guarantee a mutual commitment between the supplier and the company to promote social, environmental and economic progress based on a code of conduct that promotes the sustainable development of the parties involved. »




Maricarmen and Ivan purchasers at Sí Vale (Mexico)
Participants in the group’s international charter for responsible purchasing project

"Lunch’n
Give"

Italian style

A la carte
giving



A year after its launch, the Chèque Déjeuner card is also involved in solidarity by becoming another supporter of the operation 'Lunch’n give' in favor of Action against hunger.

« We want to be identified as a committed player »


Marc Buisson President of Day (Italy)

Number of solidarity actions and total

200 solidarity actions

447 388€ in grants