Mécénat Servier encourages and facilitates the commitment of Group employees through four volunteer programs.
How to get involved?
Mécénat Servier encourages the individual and collective commitment of Servier employees.
This commitment can take several forms:
- Skills-based sponsorship
- Congé Solidaire® (solidarity leave)
- L’ARRONDI sur salaire* (rounding down salary)
- Solidarity seminars
All Group employees also have the opportunity to propose a partnership to Mécénat Servier for a specific project with a non-profit organization of which they are members.
*In France, since October 2019, L’ARRONDI sur salaire (rounding down salary), also enables employees to make a micro-donation to a partner non-profit organization.
Skills-based sponsorship enables Servier employees to get involved in non-profit organizations during their work hours. Subsidiaries and sites are free to organize their activities and give their teams the time they need.
To see the various opportunities:
In France, each employee can commit four days per year (two days offered by the company, two days set by the employee).
employee commitments in skills-based sponsorship since launch.
Congé Solidaire® (solidarity leave) is a two-week international solidarity mission, taken by employees during their own time off work. The missions are proposed by the NGO Planète Urgence and financed by Mécénat Servier.
Would you like to apply?
missions completed since the program was set up.
Download the brochure for more information on the program:
L’ARRONDI sur salaire
L’ARRONDI sur salaire (rounding down salary) enables Servier employees in France to make a monthly micro-donation to a partner non-profit organization by the direct deduction of cents from their salary, and potentially an additional €1 to €10. As a sign of solidarity, Mécénat Servier matches their donations.
Would you like to participate?
Results since launch:
Since the program was launched, nearly €190,000 have been raised by employees in France and via the Mécénat Servier matching funds.
donors since launch
Developed by Mécénat Servier, solidarity seminars enable managers who so wish to take collective action within a non-profit organization of their choice (Day 1), before working on their own action plans (Day 2). In this way, they strengthen team cohesion and commitment.
Link with a non-profit organization
attendees since launch