THE SAMSE GROUP FOUNDATION IS CONTRIBUTING TO CREATE A NEW FAMILY NEONATAL UNIT AT GRENOBLE UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL
As the first in France ans tremendous contribution to healthcare ans society, the Samse Group Foundation is contributing a new family neonatal unit at Grenoble University Hospital. The new unit will enable parents to stay in hospital with their premature babies until they are able to go home.
The project includes 6 parent-child rooms of 30m² , 1 room for the baby and 1 room for the parents with a central space where parents and caregiver can discuss about the care to be given to the baby.
OUR FOUNDATION'S FIRST GUEST: ELINA DUMONT, FORMERLY A HOMELESS PERSON WHO IS TODAY AN ACTRESS AND A REGULAR GUEST ON RMC'S GRANDE GUEULES RADIO SHOW, CAMPAIGNS FOR THE HOMELESS
As part of a series of talks and interviews discussing healthcare and social care issues organised by our Foundation, in 2018 Bénédicte Potdevin, a member of the charity Entourage Réseau Civique and Elina Dumont, the charity's vice-chair were featured. The two women talked to us about the problem of homelessness, how homeless people feel excluded from society and how to provide them with help and support.
MA CHANCE MOI AUSSI HELPING CHILDREN FROM DISADVANTAGED NEIGHBOURHOODS IN CHAMBÉRY AND, SINCE 2018, GRENOBLE
« Giving children every chance to succeed in life by passing on to them the essential skills they need to develop into fully integrated adults into society. » This is the mission of this charity that works daily with children aged 6 and 7, assisting them for a 10-year period. Jean Jacques, a member of the charity's management committee, works hard campaigning to raise funds from Grenoble-based companies. Our Foundation is providing money to follow one child for one year.
IN GRENOBLE, A DORAS EMPLOYEE TOLD US ABOUT HER WORK WITH THE MIGRANT CHARITY VEILLE SOLIDARITÉ SUDAGGLO, HELPING A FAMILY OF REFUGEES.
Our Foundation has decided to support this local charity that helps isolated families and individuals in the south of the city with finding somewhere to live, getting training to improve their prospects of integration, and finding work. ln short: helping them with their dayto-day administrative formalities.
THE FOUNDATION SUPPORTS THE CHARITY LOCOMOTIVE
Locomotive's main work is in supporting children with cancer and leukaemia, their families and the Grenoble-Alpes Hospital cancer department that looks after these children. An employee who is personally affected by this disease brought this subject to our attention, and the Foundation subsequently paid a grant to the charity.
AEEMDH - ASSOCIATION FOR TEACHING SICK CHILDREN AT HOME AND IN HOSPITAL
The Foundation is supporting this association, which helps children whose education is temporarily disrupted, through an employee with a family member who teaches daily at Grenoble Hospital.
LOCAL HELP WITH FINDING JOBS AND ENCOURAGING THE SOCIAL INTEGRATION OF YOUNG PEOPLE IS AVAILABLE TO ALL 16 TO 25-YEAR-OLDS
Our Foundation is supporting the work of an employee who for 2 years has been devoting 2 or 3 days of their time off and some lunch breaks to working with young people.
UN TOIT POUR TOUS
This association is active in the Isère Département, in partnership with the Fondation Abbé Pierre and the local authorities, raising awareness of the problem of substandard housing and implementing very-low-cost accommodation and housing solutions. The Group
has sponsored this association for several years, and in 2018 the Foundation took over to continue the partnership, supporting the renovation of housing for severely disadvantaged families.