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To break isolation in rural areas

Allier and Cantal are the departments of Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes with the highest poverty rate (INSEE, 2023). In order to fight against isolation of people, two “Fraternibus” have been set up and put on the roads to promote social ties in the hyper-rural areas of the territory. Initiated by Secours Catholique, thanks to the support of the…

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Opening of a game library in Santa Cruz (Philippines)

In the Philippines, despite strong economic growth in recent years, many inequalities remain and a large part of the population continues to face poverty, food insecurity and unemployment. In Santa Cruz, a popular city on the island of Luzon, close to the capital Manila, the social situation is particularly difficult. Problems of access to drinking…

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Michelin employees committed to safeguarding local assets

With fifteen participating sites and more than 600 employees mobilized this year, the Michelin group has once again relied on its solid territorial roots to continue to work as an attentive protector of threatened local heritage. During their quest, employees of the Michelin sites involved in the operation, spotted nearly 80 works of art in…

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Restore the taste for manual professions to young people

De l’or dans les mains association, led by Gabrielle Légeret and her team, has set itself the mission of raising awareness among young people about manual trades and reintegrating artisanal practice into colleges, by relying on creation educational tools and the implementation of a craft practice program with artisans, within colleges.  The I discover manual…

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Discovering Hans Hartung in Brioude

A German-born French painter and photographer, Hans Hartung (1904-1989) was one of the most important artists of post-war European abstract art, and his work had a significant influence on many contemporary artists. His exploration of gesture painting and lyrical abstraction helped shape the aesthetic of modern abstract art. Father of tachism, his creation emerged spontaneously…

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Restoration of the flying dragon sleigh in Versailles

From October 2023, for 9 uninterrupted months, different successive trades began to work on the restoration of a very old and rare ceremonial object, the so-called flying dragon sleigh, probably made for the Grand Dauphin, son of Louis XIV, at the beginning of the 18th century. Thanks to the support of the Michelin Corporate Foundation,…

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Educating industry’s future leaders in green chemistry

With six Nobel Prize winners and 570 teaching and research staff in ten research laboratories, ESPCI Paris – PSL is one of France’s oldest and most renowned engineering schools. Each year, it trains a class of 85 engineers to innovate and meet the technological and industrial challenges of tomorrow. Since 2011, a fund has been…

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Our 2023 activity report is online!

After 10 years of existence, the strategy of the Michelin Corporate Foundation is evolving! You will find in the 2023 Activity Report some of the projects supported by our Foundation over the last ten years and you will discover the new strategy which will guide our actions over the next 5 years : more focused…

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The Arts en Balade Event – Puy-de-Dôme

From May 17 to 20, 2024, the arts take us on a tour for our greatest pleasure!  The 29th edition of Arts en Balade will seduce you with an even larger and richer journey of discoveries. An exceptional opportunity to meet local and national artists, sometimes in their workshops, but also in partner exhibition venues,…

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Lazarus is recruiting!

In 2024, Lazarus is opening 4 new houses, including one in Clermont-Ferrand in partnership with the Michelin Corporate Foundation. The Lazarus house in Clermont-Ferrand will open its doors in November 2024 and will welcome 16 roommates.  Homeless people and young professionals convinced that a better life together is possible can apply.  You are looking for…

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