In France, Europe, Asia, Africa and Latin America, many organizations benefit from our programs.
Discover International Impact’s member organizations:
- Associations and NGOs
- French schools and colleges abroad
- Cultural institutions
- Institutional organizations
ASSOCIATIONS AND NGOs
Created in 2019, the Magasin Partage association, based in Vannes and Lorient in Brittany, runs a solidarity thrift shop, with profits going to Secours Catholique du Morbihan. A key element of the social and solidarity economy, the association both repairs and sells clothing donated by the community at low prices. This collaborative space promotes the circular economy and a commitment to solidarity and the environment.
The association “1 lettre 1 sourire” (1 Letter 1 Smile) was born in the context of the Covid-19 pandemic and the desire of ten cousins to help people suffering from isolation (the elderly and students). The association connects letter senders with recipients. In a few months, it has established partnerships with over 1200 facilities (nursing homes, hospitals, residences, etc.).
The Association “La Boussole,” located in Montpellier, offers a variety of cultural and sports activities to its beneficiaries, individuals facing social precarity, to help them create new connections and enhance their self-image. This association emerged from the initiative of social workers who aimed to pool their resources to strengthen their impact on their target audience. Established in 2008, this collective officially registered its association statutes in 2014 to further enhance its operational capabilities.
La Girafe Lyrique is a cultural organization based in Paris with the goal of introducing individuals to lyric singing and classical music, especially the younger ones, and enabling them to take part in a weekend event at Châtelet (annual concert). The proceeds from this event are subsequently donated to associations dedicated to medical research.
“The AASIA On The Road” is a 1901 law association, a nonprofit organization providing assistance to individuals in need, recognized as a public interest entity. Operating in Greece since January 2020, AASIA’s mission is to provide moral and material support to asylum seekers and other migrants stranded on the island of Samos in Greece.
More details here : https://www.aasia.org/
Founded in 1988 by visually impaired individuals who graduated from the Institute for the Rehabilitation of the Blind in Buea, CJARC aims to raise awareness about visual impairment issues. Its mission includes training blind individuals to foster their socio-economic independence, promoting income-generating activities, and encouraging sports and cultural activities for those affected by this disability.
More details here : https://cjarc.org/
Mano a Mano Perú is a non-profit Franco-Peruvian association established in 1994. It began by opening a clinic in a shantytown in Lima, and, in light of its success, various projects of the association have expanded. These projects have repeated. The association manages a library, a toy library, gardens, and living spaces for residents, but also implements health prevention, education, and awareness actions for sustainable development.
The association “Après l’école” engages young people aged 12 to 18 in meetings and projects. It prioritizes young individuals at the highest risk of academic and social disengagement from underprivileged neighborhoods in the Parisian region. The initiative involves understanding and welcoming the desires and needs of these young people, opening up fields of experience that contribute to nurturing their talents, and assisting them in finding their place in the world of work and society.