Fonds HANDICAP & SOCIETE PAR INTEGRANCE
Fonds Handicap & Société par Intégrance aims to improve the situation of disabled, sick and dependent people by by implementing innovative actions, particularly in the fields of health, employment, social life and leisure. Supporting the Fonds enables companies to benefit from ethical communication and to support those who are most vulnerable in their lives and projects.
Fonds Handicap & Société par Intégrance has been working alongside the musée du quai Branly - Jacques Chirac since 2010 in the improvement of the tactile table located at the entrance to the Garden.
In 2017, the association also supported the "Carte blanche aux médiathèques" (Carte Blanche to Multimedia Libraries) project led by the AP-HP (Greater Paris University Hospitals).
Fonds Handicap & Société par Intégrance has also supported improved access to the temporary exhibitions African Routes, The Sacred Stone of the Maori, Ghosts and Hells - the underworld in Asian art and, in 2019, "My little explorer bag in Greenland", a mediation tool helping young children (aged 3 to 5) to get to know the museum world and make use of all their senses.
In 2020-2021, FONDS HANDICAP & SOCIETE is continuing its work alongside the musée du quai Branly by supporting the museum's off-site initiatives as part of a partnership with AP-HP.
Find out more at http://www.fondshs.fr/les-actions-soutenues