HR Path is committed to the associative world through its foundation
At the heart of our projects is our values!
Professionalism, sharing, friendliness and responsiveness, these terms are our values. They are the reasons why HR Path is now one of the companies where work and well-being go hand in hand. Since its creation in 2001, the Group has become a key player in the world of human resources.
The HR Path corporate foundation’s mission is to support actions and projects in France and abroad in areas of intervention that are dear to the HR Path Group.
- Sustainable development
Associations in the spotlight
In 2018, the HR Path Foundation decided to help Thomas Le Boucher fulfill his dream of becoming an American footballer. Today, Thomas is studying sports studies in Canada where he is pursuing his goal of becoming a professional player.
HR Path has chosen to support “Petit Cœur de Beurre”, an association supporting victims of congenital heart disease and in particular the Transposition of Large Vessels. Petit Cœur de Beurre provides psychological support to victims and their families, supports research, and raises awareness of heart disease. The association also works in hospitals to give a little bit of joy to hospitalized children.
Their latest initiative? Petit Cœur de Beurre is partnering with ARCFA (Association pour la Recherche en Cardiologie du Fœtus à l’Adulte) for a very innovative project concerning a Therapeutic Education device for the comfort of an infant/child (Ludicalm) and the acquisition of an i-book training medical staff on Transposing Large Vessels, one of the most common congenital heart disorders today.
The HR Path Foundation has chosen to support Pédiatres du Monde, an NGO that has been working to improve the health of children in precarious and vulnerable situations in France and internationally since 1996. Thanks to its 300 determined members, it is able to intervene in a sustainable manner, respecting laws and cultures, and to support local caregivers through care, training and health education activities. Every year, Pédiatres du Monde acts for more than 4000 beneficiaries (infants, children and mothers) through 20 missions and with 160 volunteer medical and paramedical staff.