Eiffage Foundation: a mini circus making a big difference integrating young people in priority areas

05.04.2018
Eiffage Foundation: a mini circus making a big difference integrating young people in priority areas

The Plus Petit Cirque du Monde (The Smallest Circus in the World) association is developing creative initiatives to help integrate young people through training in urban acrobatic and circus arts, in a priority area in Bagneux (south of Paris). The Eiffage Foundation is supporting the project.

The Plus Petit Cirque du Monde (The Smallest Circus in the World) association is developing creative initiatives to help integrate young people through training in urban acrobatic and circus arts, in a priority area in Bagneux (south of Paris). The Eiffage Foundation is supporting the project.

The Plus Petit Cirque du Monde is a hybrid structure in the priority area of Tertres-Cuverons in Bagneux (Hauts-de-Seine) that focuses on three main activities: amateur circus arts school/professional training; local community action/social circus for people in difficulty; artistic creation/cultivating young artists.
To support the rapid development of its initiatives and its professional training activity in particular, the association has moved to larger premises that now need to be equipped. The Eiffage Foundation is providing support (helping to buy technical equipment) with the help of Sophie Brémeau, a legal manager at Eiffage Construction.

Submit your project to the Eiffage Foundation online: projets.solidaires.fondation.eiffage.com
We advise that you contact the Foundation beforehand to check the eligibility of your project: tel. +33(0)171591118