Solidarity, cultural patronage, and Research and Development

Crédit Agricole CIB has built an active and comprehensive corporate patronage policy based on strong themes in line with the Crédit Agricole Group’s social project and regional roots. True to its values of solidarity and closeness, the Crédit Agricole Group has historically paid particular attention to initiatives that improve education, public health and the access to culture in France and abroad. 

Being useful to societySolidarity Patronage

For 11 years now, Crédit Agricole CIB has supported various causes through its “Solidaires By Crédit Agricole CIB” programme, via:

  • Les Coups de Pouce Solidaires, projects created by organisations, led by employees and financially supported by the Bank, in the fields of solidarity and social integration, the environment, education, health and culture, in France and abroad.
  • Solidarity events such as the Financial Community Telethon, toy, clothing and food collections, and the preparation of meals for the homeless, involving employees. At the end of 2023, “Solidarity Week” brought together 25 solidarity events organised by Crédit Agricole CIB entities in France and abroad.
  • Payroll giving, whereby employees have the opportunity to make a monthly donation, 100% matched by Crédit Agricole CIB, to one of these organisations: Hôpital Necker-Enfants malades, Institut Curie, Entourage, Cartable Fantastique, Pure Ocean Will open in a new tab .
  • Skill-based volunteer missions, in which employees devote their time and/or skills to an organization and a specific assignment. 

In emergency situations, such as the floods in Emilia-Romagna, Ukraine or Covid-19, Crédit Agricole CIB supports the actions of the Crédit Agricole Group.

Crédit Agricole CIB relies on long-standing partnerships with organisations in France and internationally to make it possible for employees to devote their time to initiatives that mean a lot to them.

In France:

  • AFM-TelethonCrédit Agricole CIB has supported the AFM-Telethon for more than ten years and contributes to the organisation of the Financial Community Telethon race.
  • Plastic Odyssey: This partnership, formed in 2019, focuses on environmental protection – particularly the issue of plastic consumption and its alternatives – and financial inclusion.
  • EquiAction: Crédit Agricole CIB, in partnership with the Fondation Crédit Agricole Solidarité et Développement, is supporting the EquiAction project "Equestrian mediation for our elderly". EquiAction is the Foundation of the French Equestrian Federation.

In the United Kingdom :

In Italy :

  • Crédit Agricole CIB supports Save the Children, which ensures that children around the world have access to health care, food, shelter and education. Banco Alimentare is also supported for its food collection and distribution to the most deprived.

In the United States :

  • New York Cares, New York’s largest volunteer network, supports more than 1,300 non-profits, public schools and municipal organizations.
  • The Bowery Mission has served generations of New Yorkers with food, safe shelter, clothing and medical care. 

In Asia:

Raising the profile of culture worldwideCultural patronage

Crédit Agricole CIB supports cultural projects that encourage artistic creation, access to the performing arts and the transmission of cultural heritage.

In France:

  • Opéra National de Parisas a patron of Opéra National de Paris since 2017, Crédit Agricole CIB supports the major events of this institution, whose objective is to make lyric art and dance heritage accessible to as many people as possible. Crédit Agricole CIB has thus become a patron of the growing international visibility of Opéra National de Paris.
  • Festival d’Aix-en-Provence: The Association pour le Festival International d’Art Lyrique and the Académie Européenne de Musique produce and broadcast lyric art.

  • Abbaye aux Dames: support for the dynamic heritage of the Abbaye aux Dames through the development of innovative mediation and valorisation tools. 

In Spain:

In the United Kingdom :

  • Crédit Agricole CIB supports cultural transmission with The National Gallerya leading London institution boasting one of the world’s most important collections of paintings. 

In the United States :

Crédit Agricole CIB has for 30 years supported New York’s leading cultural institutions, including:

In Asia : 

Supporting the ambitious work of leading partnersResearch and Development

Supporting teaching and research corresponds to two major Crédit Agricole CIB objectives: to be involved in the production of knowledge and dialogue between the academic and business worlds, and to contribute to the development of high-impact projects that meet the needs of the economic world. 

To find out more...OUR OTHER TOPICS