COMMITED TO FACING THE CHALLENGES OF TOMORROW
The Servier Group is present in 149 countries and positions itself as the second largest pharmaceutical laboratory in France. Every day, our 22,000 employees strive for therapeutic progress always looking for new solutions for better patient care. Servier has also always been involved in philanthropic initiatives in France and abroad.
The Group’s involvement in Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) actions worldwide are directly inscribed in its vocation. This mission to care through our actions was materialized by the launch of the Mécénat Servier Endowment Fund in November 2016. Our Fund’s goal is to promote and take part in community-interest activities or projects, both directly and indirectly, in France and around the world, for actions that align with our Group’s values:
Commit to Succeed, Dare to Innovate, Grow by Sharing and Care. Mécénat Servier is particularly committed to supporting projects and actions in the following action areas:
To do so, we first and foremost provide financial support for our partners. We also offer opportunities for our employees to make a direct commitment alongside these organizations through skills-based volunteering and solidarity leaves (with Planète Urgence).
We offer four different forms of engagement for our employees. They are based on: sharing and transmitting skills, professional or personal know-how all through the donation of time. Skills-based volunteering and Solidarity Leave® are the first two examples. Employees can also make financial donations (round up their salary as a donation) or take collective action through the Solidarity Seminar team initiatives which supporting public interest organizations.
Are you a charity looking to partner with the Mécénat Servier Endowment Fund? We offer our help and support to associations working in our areas of action mainly through calls for projects.
Call for projects closed on February 18, 2019.
The Mécénat Servier Endowment Fund has a Selection Committee, which meets once a quarter. It defines the priority action areas for the coming tax year, approves proposals for charity partnerships, monitors projects and ensures the budget’s effective management (€990,000). It is made up of active 6 members.
- Olivier Laureau
- Corinne Massin, Déléguée Générale du Fonds de Dotation
- Christian Pourrias
- Olivier Laureau
- CSR Manager
- Vincent Minvielle
- Promotion Sector Director
- François Vilette
- Human Resources Manager
- Zoja Salom
- Group Communication Director
- Sybille Billiard
- R&D International Center Manager
- Philippe Auvrignon