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Kereis For Impact

Sponsorship is one of the priorities of the Kereis Group's CSR approach, which provides financial support for initiatives of general interest.

The Group is a partner of charities and associations, including :

The Kereis Group supports the new Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine (PRM) department of the Nantes University Hospital, in the service of the severely disabled.

We are very proud to be working alongside the 400 professionals at this centre of excellence, which is at the forefront of innovation at national and European level!
We are contributing to the acquisition of innovative equipment that will help patients regain their autonomy so that they can recover more quickly.
The Kereis Group supports Maisons des Jeunes Talents, an association that raises awareness and prepares high school students for the preparatory classes for the grandes écoles. In order to remove the financial obstacles faced by students from modest backgrounds, the association also offers free accommodation “les Maisons”, and individualised support to scholarship students admitted to preparatory classes for the grandes écoles in Paris. With the support of the Primonial Group Foundation and the loyalty of its other partners, the Maisons des Jeunes Talents association favours the development of awareness-raising activities on the “Prépa” throughout France.
The Kereis Group supports P’tits doudous, whose mission is to improve the reception and well-being of children undergoing surgery, and to reduce their anxiety through games and digital technology before surgery. To do this, the association creates innovative actions to de-dramatise the passage to the operating theatre and we offer gifts to the operated children. The aim is to reduce premedication and post-operation trauma and to facilitate our work as carers.
The Kereis Group supports Clubhouse France, an association that contributes as much as possible to the fight against stigmatisation and isolation of people with mental disabilities and facilitates their social and professional reintegration.

Today, the group is consolidating and expanding its commitments by launching the “Kereis 4 Impact” endowment fund.  

This fund aims to support public interest organisations working to prevent health risks, conduct medical research, support students and promote social integration.