What it is ?

The local endowment fund against poverty collects voluntary contributions from businesses, representing up to 2% of their net income, and allocates them to fund local projects to alleviate poverty among young people.

In participating, each business undertakes to support one or more local projects of its choice for a period of three years.

“I would encourage all local authorities to take part in this initiative, which is the only one with a long-term impact and that actually works”

Marine Jeantet, Interministerial delegate for the prevention of and fight against poverty.

How does the local fund work ?

The local fund was created in response to the two following issues:

there are insufficient resources to scale up high-impact community projects in favor of underprivileged youth and roll them out comprehensively;

-despite wanting to get involved in humanitarian projects, only 1.6% of companies actually sponsor such initiatives, often due to a lack of resources and in-house expertise in the matter.

The local endowment fund against poverty addresses these two issues in just 4 steps.

Diagnostic territorial des besoins

ASSESSING
needs by region

Prioritising action for maximum impact

Identification des projets locaux

Identifying
local projects

Selecting turnkey projects using several key criteria: how acute the need is, the efficiency of  the solution, the scalability of the solution, and how established the organisation is

Mobilisation des entreprises locales

RALLYING
local businesses

Each business commits to support one or more local projects for three years

Suivi de l'avancement des projets & mesure d'impact

MONITORING PROGRESS
of each projects

Participating businesses are provided with half-yearly progress reports

Nationwide rollout of the local funds

After conducting three successful pilot projects in Nantes, Romans-sur-Isère and Béthune, which raised more than €1 million to finance over 20 initiatives and assist 10,000 young people in need, the Break Poverty Foundation  is currently extending the local funds with the aim of providing aid across 50 regions to 100,000 beneficiaries by 2022.

To do this, we assist local stakeholders (local authorities, regional foundations and employer networks) set up the project, from A to Z and at no charge!

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  • DAT à ROmans-sur-Isère

    • 81 Rue de Lille, 75007 Paris
  • DAT à VauLx-en-Velin, La maison de l’Apprendre

    • 14 rue Crépet, 69007, Lyon
  • DAT à Saint Etienne ROnalpia

    • 7 Rue Jean-Marie Leclair, 69009 Lyon
  • DAT à Bordeaux

    • 29 Rue du Mirail, 33000 Bordeaux
  • Dat à La Roche-sur-Yon

    • Place Napoléon, 85021 La Roche-sur-Yon
  • DAT à Nantes

    • 81 Rue de Lille, 75007 Paris

  • DAT à Sablé-sur-Sarthe, Conseil départemental de la Sarthe

    • Place Aristide Briand, 72000 Le Mans
  • DAT à Angers

    • Boulevard de la Résistance et de la Déportation, 49000 Angers
  • Dat à Lorient

    • 65 Rue Beauvais, 56100 Lorient
  • DAT à Melun Val de Seine, Cité de l’emploi

    • 297 Rue Rousseau Vaudran, 77190 Dammarie-les-lys
  • DAT à Cambrai

    • 2 rue de Nice, 59400 Cambrai
  • Dat dans la Communauté d’Agglomération de la Baie de Somme Conseil Départemental de la Somme

    • 43 Rue de la République, 80000 Amiens
  • DAT à calais, Mairie De Calais

    • Place du soldat Inconnu, 62100 Calais

  • DAT À AMIENS & Métropole Conseil départemental de la somme

    • 43 Rue de la République 80000, Amiens

  • DAT à Romans-sur-Isère

    • 6 projets soutenus
    • 1 000 jeunes accompagnés
    • 15 entreprises mobilisées

  • DAT à Béthune

    • 4 projets soutenus
    • 1 000 jeunes accompagnés
    • 8 entreprises mobilisées

Advocators of the local endowment fund against poverty :

 

Crédit photo : Andrew Ibrahim, Unsplash.