WHO WE ARE
Société Générale Institute (ISG) was established/created in 2007 with the purpose to support/uphold social and educational projects directed to socially vulnerable populations/communities, creating growth/development opportunities by means of jobs generation, education, professional qualification and assistance to communities. Since then, ISG has been establishing solid partnerships with institutions that directly operate in risk regions in order to develop relevant social actions, always with their own methodology, based on the Groups' management practices. Thus, ISG is involved in educational initiatives to enhance employability, sport and culture initiatives, which promote citizenship and the search for evenness of opportunities of social ascension. The Institute praises ethic, transparency and professionalism, exerting an active role in the human being appreciation and team spirit. Open to innovations, it is always adhering to/establishing new partnerships with organizations that share the same values and ideals. Based on the principle of human valorization, the Institute believes in collective spirit, resulting in its search of aligned partners, thus securing projects' continuity. Another key element to the success of this work is the dedication of its associates/work force that contribute to the monitoring of the actions/projects. Our aim is to continuously increase our participation in the lasting transformation of the reality of children, young adults and adults, strengthening our role/participation in the creation of a fairer society, offering more personal and professional development opportunities.
Created in November 2007.
President: Francis Henri Repka
Board: integrated by employees of the Group.
Governance: General Assembly, Projects Committee (selection of projects, budgets' analysis and follow up).
Appreciation and transformation of human lives through the fee promotion of education, professional qualification, sport, health, environmental preservation, art and culture.
Ethic, transparency and professionalism.