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Terre Plurielle foundation

The Terre Plurielle foundation is Bouygues Construction’s company foundation which, since 2009, has been supporting social and humanitarian projects. The foundation has two main missions: to provide emergency assistance when a natural disaster takes place and to provide financial aid to projects sponsored by Bouygues Construction staff. To bolster this action, the Terre Plurielle foundation signed a partnership letter of intent in 2014. This was signed with other major groups to provide aid in times of humanitarian crises.

The Terre Plurielle foundation has determined the fields of application for its actions: health, disability, education and integration. Medical research is not part of its field of intervention however, and the Terre Plurielle Foundation doesn’t support certain projects due to their denominational or political nature for example, nor once-off or profit-based projects.

As part of sponsorship, the sponsor (or several employees) suggest that the Terre Plurielle foundation support an association’s project. As a result, the sponsor is committed to the ethical nature and quality of the project. The sponsor is a key actor in the project as they also ensure the project is supervised, alongside the Terre Plurielle foundation. This is carried out from the development stage with the association right up to the completion of the financed project.

Overview of two projects backed by Terre Plurielle in Morocco (2/2)

In partnership with BYMARO (Moroccan subsidiary of Bouygues Construction), Terre Plurielle, the Bouygues Construction corporate foundation, is backing two projects in Morocco: the first is some 40 kilometres from Casablanca (Berrechid Hospital), the other near Rabat (Les Enfants de l’Ovale Morocco). Discover today the second of these fine initiatives sponsored by highly committed staff. On […]

Overview of two projects backed by Terre Plurielle in Morocco (1/2)

In partnership with BYMARO (Bouygues Construction’s subsidiary in Morocco), Terre Plurielle, the Bouygues Construction corporate foundation, is backing two projects in Morocco: the first is some 40 kilometres from Casablanca (Berrechid Hospital), the other near Rabat (Les Enfants de l’Ovale Morocco). Today and tomorrow, discover these fine initiatives sponsored by highly committed staff. On Tuesday […]

A bus for Down Syndrome children

On Wednesday, 17 July, Terre Plurielle, the Bouygues Construction corporate foundation, and Bina Istra, the Group’s Croatian subsidiary, presented a bus to the organisation The Pula Centre, which receives children with Down Syndrome in Pula, the largest city in the Istria peninsula. A facility that has earned national recognition, The Pula Centre is a day […]

Terre Plurielle: travels around Thailand

Following on from the equine-assisted therapy, let’s continue our journey through the projects supported by Terre Plurielle, the Bouygues Construction corporate foundation, with two projects sponsored by staff, one close to Phuket, and the other in the north, in the Buriram region. Located 90 minutes from Phuket by road, the Ban Nam Keem School was […]

The Louvre expands with help from Bouygues Construction

The new Islamic Arts wing at the Louvre Museum was inaugurated on Tuesday, September 18, at a ceremony attended by numerous personalities, including the French President, François Hollande, and the Chairman and Chief Executive of Bouygues Construction, Yves Gabriel. Bouygues Construction played a part in financing the new exhibition spaces. The Group is a patron […]

Extension of a community home for children in Vietnam

Terre Plurielle, the Bouygues Construction corporate foundation, was recently involved in inaugurating the third extension to a community home for underprivileged children in Long Hai, Vietnam. Six new schoolrooms have been created, along with two rooms for teaching sewing, a therapy room for disabled children and dormitories that can accommodate 300 disabled and homeless children. […]

A minibus to help an orphanage in the Czech Republic

Children from an orphanage in Holice, Czech Republic, sponsored by VCES Property Development(1) have been on their first outing on board the brand new nine-seat minibus jointly financed by Terre Plurielle, the Bouygues Construction corporate foundation, and Citroen Czech Republic. Eight children from the orphanage accompanied by Clément Duclos, the initiator of the project, and […]

Terre Plurielle inaugurates a multimedia recording studio for disabled adults

A brand new recording studio has opened its doors in Newcastle-upon-Tyne, specially designed for disabled adults. Named Soundbox, the fully soundproofed facility will enable disabled people to make very high quality audio recordings for media productions. The intention is to provide training for severely disabled people and help them find work opportunities. The project was […]

A new leisure centre for children in Morocco

300 Moroccan children can now enjoy sport, reading, computers and theatre in a brand new leisure centre! Terre Plurielle, the Bouygues Construction corporate foundation, helped out with funding the construction and equipping of a multi-purpose hall designed for cultural activities and games, near Rabat in Morocco.   In this underprivileged neighbourhood, there are not many […]

Terre Plurielle presents wheelchairs to the French Disabled Sports Federation

The best international wheelchair tennis players gathered on Friday for the BNP Paribas French Open. On this occasion, I presented two wheelchairs specially converted for playing tennis to the French Disabled Sports Federation. The project was funded by Terre Plurielle, the Bouygues Construction, corporate foundation. I belong to the Federation myself. Not only has it […]

DV Construction helps disabled young athletes

During a recent French public holiday weekend, twenty employees of DV Construction, a subsidiary of Bouygues Entreprises France Europe based in the South of France, chose not to just take it easy at home as we joined forces with 300 other volunteers to assist with the 20th National Games of the Future. This is a […]

A discovery visit for school students to a construction site in Saint-Dié

On December 16, 2010, the construction site for the Saint-Dié hospital played host to 20 school students on a day-long visit to find out occupations in the building trade, an event organised by the not-for-profit organisation D-Clic. D-Clic is an organisation that promotes diversity and fights against discrimination. It is responsible for many initiatives intended […]

Bouygues Construction turns the spotlight on aid organisations

Between April 1 to 7, to coincide with the Sustainable Development Week, we organised a major in-house forum on the theme of aid. The Group wanted to promote the organisations with which it has set up partnerships, allow employees who have committed themselves to aid operations to give an account of their achievements, and – […]

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