For more than 75 years, "Secours Populaire Français" has been fighting against poverty and exclusion.
Everywhere in France, its volunteers give "a helping hand" to beneficiaries when they are looking for a job or training. This support takes various forms: orientation towards competent structures (Pôle Emploi, local youth missions, etc.), help in writing CVs and preparing for job interviews. Or help in obtaining a driving licence with the help of partners, such as driving schools.
To take part in this solidarity mobility initiative, the Renault Foundation has become a partner of "Secours Populaire Français" and is committed to co-financing 180 driving licences to help people in difficulty return to work.