Sequana’s social commitment has been focused on cultural and outreach initiatives for several years now.
The Group provides the Louvre museum with its expertise and premium quality papers since 2005, thus enabling access to art and its disseminetion to as many people as possible. It also partners with the FIAC international contemporary art fair since 2009.
RéciproCité, Sequana’s community project, gives headquarters’ employees the opportunity to support community initiatives in partnership with local associations in five areas:
- Academic support,
- Help with developing employability
- Combating loneliness,
- Providing associations with expertise
- Organising cultural and sports outings with young people from underprivileged backgrounds.
In 2015, more than 20 employees were involved in activities offered by ReciproCité, representing a total of more than 250 hours donated to outreach projects.
With the goal of embedding their actions into the local economic, social and cultural fabric, Antalis and Arjowiggins lead various outreach initiatives focused on culture, education and health in their countries of operation.
Examples of actions led in 2015
- Since 2012, Arjowiggins Graphic has supported the NGO SOS Children Villages. The funds raised in 2015 helped finance the schooling expenses and materials for pre-school in the four SOS Children Villages in Madagascar.
- In Norway and Switzerland, Antalis goes into action for inclusion of drop-outs.
- Antalis UK has for the 10th years in a row been engaged in the Wear It Pink day (an anti-cancer initiative): employees’ donations, portion of the sale price for purchases of a selected product donated to the association.
- Antalis employees in the Czech Republic donated a full day to volunteering initiatives in favour of disabled persons including children, to help their inclusion into society.
- Arjowiggins Graphic has partnered with the Graphic Design Festival since 2014, an international event dedicated to the development, promotion and dissemination of graphic arts and design.
- Antalis in Asia-Pacific region has launched the project 10-20-30 in 2015: its purpose is to detect and support 20 young talents from Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand and Hong-Kong.