François Bieber, CEO of Kwanko Group, is a founding member & Board member of the NGO SOS Attitude, an association specialising in emergency humanitarian aid. SOS-Attitude intervenes to bring aid (emergency shelter) to the most vulnerable in case of natural disasters (hurricanes, earthquakes, floods, volcanic eruptions, …) or war.
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- Virades de l’espoir:
Kwanko regularly sponsors the organisation of the Virades de l’espoir, a race organised each year in the Parc de Sceaux, to support the fight against cystic fibrosis.
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- Laurette fugain Association Agreement (bone marrow donation):
Kwanko has had a partnership with the Laurette Fugain association for more than 10 years to promote and facilitate bone marrow donation:
Information actions are carried out among employees to raise awareness on the subject of bone marrow donation.
An internal agreement allows employees to donate platelets or bone marrow twice a year during their working hours.
The association’s website has been redesigned by our web design studio.
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- IME & Moovjee Mentoring:
François BIEBER, CEO & Founder of Kwanko, regularly devotes his time to accompanying young entrepreneurs within the Moovjee (Mouvement des jeunes étudiants entrepreneurs) or the IME (Institut du mentorat entrepreneurial).
- At Kwanko, we also encourage personal initiatives from our employees:
For example, on three occasions we have welcomed dogs in training to become guide dogs. Arrangements have been made so that these “students” can accompany their masters during their working hours, while respecting the well-being of the other employees.
- Kwanko support our Kwarriors ran to participate to the Lisbon Marathon 2022:
Kwanko donated 4€ to SOS ATTITUDE for each km run, which makes a total of 2070€ of #donation to help the Ukrainian people
- Kwanko, sponsor of the RUN FOR EUROPE project:
Project led by one of our employees, Raphael Beisel, who has set himself the goal of running a marathon in each country of the European Union, in two months, i.e. 24 races in total, to:
Raise funds for community and conservation organisations such as Eurochild and Rewilding Europe.
Study locally, in the cities crossed, what is concretely implemented to respond to the environmental and societal challenges we are all facing.
A film crew will follow this quest and turn it into a documentary on human and collective resilience.
To find out more, go to: https://www.runforeurope.org/