We actively research support from companies to help us to finance the association projects. More than ever, there is a role for companies to help deprived communities.

All form of support is welcome: funding a project from one of ours programs, sponsorship, shared product or giving us visibility to your clients.

We will discuss together your partnership projects. Do not hesitate to contact us via the contact form by clicking here.

They support us

Thanks a lot to the partners, which already support Patou Solidarité!

« Les Trois Fouines » is a project aiming to offer a free online platform of classified ads to sell, buy or exchange clothing or accessories for the all family.

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Fashion swap between individuals, coming with a community of friendly and dynamic marten.

The website allows you to freely post articles and manage your transactions how you want. Moreover it allows to create an active community with member profiles, forum, an associative link and a blog.

More information: https://les3fouines.fr

France volontaires help to inform and guide anyone who would like to involve itself. Expert about volunteering, it contributes to mobilisation of public authorities, territorial collectivities and associations. Doing this, it ensures a prospective mission and an observatory role.

France volontaire supported Patou Solidarité for the creation of the shelter for women in Ecuadorian Amazonia.

The French Embassy in Ecuador is the diplomatic representation of the French Republic to the Ecuadorian Republic. It is located in Quito, the capital of the country and the ambassador is Jean-Baptiste Chauvin since 2016.

The French Embassy supported Patou Solidarité for the creation of the shelter for women in Ecuadorian Amazonia

L’Alliance française (French Alliance) of Quito was founded in 1953. Nowadays it is a recognised French teaching centre and a cultural centre in the capital. Moreover it aims to promote the French language and French speaking culture in Ecuador.

The French Alliance supported Patou Solidarité for the creation of the shelter for women in Ecuadorian Amazonia.

VASE is an Ecuadorian foundation promoting inter cultural relations strengthening by volunteering. It is a member of the International Cultural Youth Exchange federation, which has more than 60 years of experience in volunteering field.

VASE supported Patou Solidarité for the creation of the shelter for women in Ecuadorian Amazonia.

The Comity of women rights of Napo province aims to create local abilities, influence inequalities reductions and gender aspect integration. It fights for women rights and gender equality. It exists since 8 years and is formed of about 20 persons.
The Comity supported Patou Solidarité for the creation of the shelter for women in Ecuadorian Amazonia to local authorities.

Founded in 1991 by Christian Raymond, the association Partenaires, international solidarity organisation, takes action in most deprived parts of the world. It supports deprived communities till their autonomy, with cultural and environment respect.

Sumak Kawsay Wasi is the Napo province prefecture. It helps us on diverse aspects: payment of the actual shelter rent, payment of the salary of one of the three facilitators and payment of the shelter food supply. It is one of our main support for the shelter running.

More informations : http://www.sumakawsaywasi.gob.ec

Casa Bonuchelli is a social project, creating in 2007 by Saint Joseph Congregation and Tena city council. It is managed by the Italian foundation ENGIM. It realise projects to help children and teenagers from deprived families in Napo province.
Its members supported Patou Solidarité for the creation of the shelter for women in Ecuadorian Amazonia

Le Comité pour les droits humains des femmes de la province de Napo lutte pour les droits des femmes dans la province et l’égalité entre les hommes et les femmes. Il existe depuis huit ans et est composé d’une vingtaine de personnes. Le Comité nous a soutenu dans l’ouverture du refuge pour femmes victimes de violences au niveau des autorités locales.

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