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Solidarity, for a better co-existence

Solidarity is the vital condition for living together. It places the individual within the community and connects them those around them. The SNCF Foundation supports diversity, cohesion, and citizenship projects that help everyone live better together.

Solidarity is a powerful vector of inclusion. It helps overcome divisions and share a common vision. Solidarity encourages citizens to act in the public interest, to rediscover republican values, and regain a sense of belonging to a nation.

In its quest for a better co-existence, the SNCF Foundation supports projects that focus on two objectives: working together despite our differences, and raising civic awareness.

 

Working together

 

Diversity is not something that is decreed, it is something that is built together.

Working together despite our differences
The generation gap, the divide between the able-bodied and those with disabilities... differences disturb, frighten, and undermine social bonds. Diversity is not something that is decreed, it is something that is built together. Working together for a better co-existence is the SNCF Foundation’s motto. The Foundation supports multi-year projects and partnerships that help overcome differences and bring associations together.

 

In 4 years, via the on-going call for projects Faire ensemble avec nos différences, 281 projects, led by over 750 associations, were identified by the Réseau national des maisons des associations (RNMA) and supported by the SNCF Foundation.

 

Citizenship

Working together for a better co-existence is the SNCF Foundation’s motto. The Foundation supports multi-year projects and partnerships that encourage young people to overcome their differences and reignite their desire and pride to be part of a nation. What if the greater public good once again became a republican and civic value?

The aims:
- Encourage citizenship from an early age.
- Support individual commitment to the greater public good.
- Provide keys to understanding the founding principles of the Nation, particularly those concerning secularism.