CFM Indosuez Wealth Management has renewed its support for AMADE (The World Association of Children’s Friends) through two projects: Advanced tutoring for talented middle-school students from modest backgrounds and Connected Success, preventing school drop-out and reducing the digital divide, for an overall amount of 50,000 euros.

CFM Indosuez has been committed to supporting vulnerable children and young people since 2015 and reaffirms its commitment to taking concrete action through the financing of two projects carried out by the association, the bank said.

The project “Advanced tutoring for talented middle school students from modest backgrounds” aims to support students enrolled in the 3 REP+ (priority education network) middle schools in Nice through a mentoring system of excellence. CFM Indosuez’s support enabled 60 young people to join in August 2021 for the entire school year in progress.

The project “Connected success – Preventing school drop-out and reducing the digital divide” aims to combat the digital divide and prevent school drop-out among children enrolled in Social Assistance for Children (ASE) in the Alpes-Maritime. CFM Indosuez’s support, initiated in 2020 during the first lockdown, benefited 169 young people in the PACA region. It has been extended to 37 new ASE young people who will be provided with laptops and an internet connection and will benefit from student support as part of a mentoring program.

SOURCE: CFM PHOTO: Jérôme Froissart, General-Secretary of Amade and Mathieu Ferragut, CEO of CFM Indosuez Wealth Management