More than 330 innovative projects have become reality during the past four years thanks to support from the Michelin Foundation.

 

  • An online decision support tool, launched under the aegis of the World Bank and its Sustainable Mobility for All (SuM4All) initiative for countries that have pledged to support the UN Sustainable Development Goals and signed the Paris climate agreement. It lets countries assess their performance against their peers, explore a catalogue of public policy measures that have already been successfully deployed and use them to craft a custom action plan tailored to their particular situation.
  • The Solar Impulse Foundation, through the 1000 Solutions Challenge and the World Alliance for Efficient Solutions, has the primary aim of reconciling economic performance with the environment, by promoting products, services and clean technologies that are profitable and support economic growth, while also protecting the environment and optimizing the use of natural resources (the "Efficient Solutions").
  • Association Autisme Info Service, which has opened France’s first national, free-of-charge hotline to provide, information, support and guidance to people with autism, their friends and family, and the professionals who interact with them. The platform went live on April 2, 2019.
  • The Chemins d'Avenirs Association, which is dedicated to enabling middle school, high school and university students in rural areas and small towns to access as many opportunities to realize their potential as their peers in major cities. Its initiatives are built around a blend of personal mentoring, topic-based training and additional opportunities that the Association spins into an eco-system of success for each program participant.
  • The “Largest Museum in France” campaign being led by the Fondation pour La Sauvegarde de l’Art Français to preserve and showcase works of art located in towns throughout France. Michelin employees at the Bourges, Roanne and Vannes plants have been invited to take part in the campaign, while the La Sauvegarde de l’Art Français has been supported by the Michelin Foundation since 2014.

It was set up to address five issues in all the countries where the Group does business:

  1. Sustainable mobility
  2. Sport and health
  3. Solidarity and education
  4. Environmental protection
  5. Culture and heritage

 

The Executive Director approves projects worth €5,000 or less.

The Selection Committee is made up of seven members who represent Group activities or major functions. It is tasked with approving projects worth between €5,001 and €99,999.

The Executive Board is chaired by Florent Menegaux. It is made up of four members of the Michelin Group’s Executive Committee, one staff representative, and three outside individuals. It defines the foundation’s strategy and approves projects worth €100,000 or more.

 

  • Key figures

    124 projects supported in 2019

  • Key figures

    €20.4 million

    allocated to the 2019 projects

  • Key figures

    32 countries worldwide

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