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Solidarity, Education, Integration, Health, Art & Culture, Empowerment, Advocacy
Dedicated to helping women, proudly supported by the Sisley-d'Ornano Foundation since 2007
On average per year is provided for projects specifically aimed at worthwhile women's projects courtesy of the Sisley-d'Ornano Foundation
The support of the Sisley-d'Ornano Foundation is focused on the 'Care and Beauty' programme delivered by the Sala Bai school in Cambodia, dedicated in training beauty therapy.Discover
The Sisley-d'Ornano Foundation supports this feature-length documentary due to its positive message encouraging education for young women. Access, that, all children, particularly young girls, should be able to benefit from.Discover
Since 2013, the Sisley-d'Ornano Foundation has been supporting the Belgian Kisany programme in the Democratic Republic of Congo and in Rwanda. Kisany trains women in needlework and embroidery, to build viable long term business opportunities.Discover
Created in 2016, la Maison des Femmes (the House of Women) carries out community work aimed at very vulnerable women. The Sisley-d'Ornano Foundation supports the association to welcome the children of the mother's seeking help.Discover
The Sisley-d'Ornano Foundation supports the "Belle et Bien" network that organises free beauty treatment and make-up workshops for those with cancer, to help restore their self confidence.Discover
Sisley supports the Young Activist Summit*. Memory Banda has received a grant for its programme designed to raise awareness and combat the violence and abuse suffered by young girls in Malawi.Discover
Sisley is the founding partner of Togeth'Her. In 2021, the project gave free rein to 26 contemporary artists from across the world, to design a cover for the famous magazine Madame Figaro with the portrait of a firmly committed and inspiring woman.Discover
Women are still under-represented in some areas of the cinematic arts. In 2013, Sisley and Les Arcs Film Festival created the Sisley Femme de Cinéma Prize. The purpose of this award is to raise awareness among the media, professionals and the general public of the discrimination that women may still face in the world of cinema.Discover
In October 2019, the Trois Cinq Friedland gave free rein to Pauline Guerrier, the first female artist to have a solo exhibition there.Discover
Sisley supports the Young Activist Summit*. This support enabled Nadia Murad, winner of the Nobel Peace Prize in 2018, to continue her Empowerment Programme aimed at women from the Sinjar region (Iraq).Discover
The Sisley-d'Ornano Foundation is supporting Accelerate Beirut, an organisation that is helping craftspeople, micro-businesses and Small, Medium, Enterprises in Lebanon to rebuild in the aftermath of the explosion that struck Beirut in August 2020. More specifically, at the suggestion of the Non-Governmental Organisation Stand for Women, Sisley has chosen to support a talented woman, Sandra Mansour, by helping her to rebuild her business.Discover
Sisley is committed to the young African group and its programme Les Héroïnes dedicated to female leadership.Discover
This organisation aims to generate ideas and stimulate experimentation to give women their rightful place in the cinematic arts.Discover
Sisley supports the Young Activist Summit*. This support has enabled Amy and Ella Meek, founders of KidsAgainstPlastic, to create the "Be Plastic Clever" programme.Discover
*The Young Activist Summit, is an annual event that brings together young activists from around the world who are committed to making a difference globally. Each year, the key message of the event is chosen with respect to the international context and brings together a panel of young activists who receive an award for their exceptional dedication and achievements.