SPARK is The Human Safety Net’s lead partner for the Refugee Start-Ups programme. SPARK runs entrepreneurship programmes for refugees and other vulnerable people in Europe, Africa and the Middle-East. They invest in their entrepreneurial potential, helping them to gain economic independence and create jobs that benefits themselves and their communities.
ELTERN-AG is The Human Safety Net’s partner for the Families programme in Germany. ELTERN is a preventive empowerment program especially for families who are socially disadvantaged because of poverty and isolation. It focuses on the participants' needs and improves their parenting skills in order to provide better education, health and life chances for their children.
PLACE is the innovation partner for the Refugee Start-Ups programme. PLACE aims to turn the migrant "crisis" into an opportunity for growth by effectively creating a community of leaders capable of developing products and services inspired by their own challenges. PLACE labs are fast-paced highly interactive pop-up environments that provide newcomers and host civil society with the resources they need to fully develop their potential.
Social Impact is The Human Safety Net's Partner for the Refugee Start-Ups programme in Germany. They offer expert advice to start-ups and entrepreneurs whose businesses have the potential to solve societal challenges. Their grants fund up to eight months of professional consultancy, coaching, workshops and co-working workplaces, with a special focus on unemployed migrants and youth.
SINGA is The Human Safety Net’s Partner for the Refugee Start Ups programme in France. SINGA creates opportunities for refugees and their host communities to meet and cooperate. Its aim is to build bridges between people that change perceptions about refugees through dialogue, cultural enrichment and creating job opportunities.
GPMA, an underwriter of health and welfare insurance contracts, and a preferred partner of Generali France for 40 years, is supporting The Human Safety Net for families project based on its experience of working with disadvantaged families. Faithful to its Autrement Solidaire motto, the association promotes mutual support and assistance among members in difficulty, plus support from other associations working in the health and care sector for the disadvantaged, principally through its long-established Atout Soleil sponsorship programme.
Tent Partnership for Refugees is a coalition of more than 80 companies that have made commitments to support refugees around the world. Tent was founded in 2015 by Hamdi Ulukaya, the CEO of Chobani yogurt, to mobilize the private sector to improve the lives & livelihoods of the more than 20 million men, women and children who have been forcibly displaced from their home countries.
For more than 30 years, the Emmanuel Foundation in La Plata (Buenos Aires, Argentina) has been working to make family life a reality for all children, not just a privilege for some. They carry out programs for disadvantaged families and children in foster care empowering them in the process of raising their child.
HOPE Worldwide is The Human Safety Net’s partner For Families in Indonesia. Their mission is to bring hope, and change lives in vulnerable communities through education, health services, and community development. Established in 1994, HOPE worldwide Indonesia serves over 120,000 people supported by over 3,000 dedicated volunteers.
Knack has partnered with The Human Safety Net’s Refugee Start-Ups programme to identify talented entrepreneurs in Paris and Munich, guiding them to the most promising areas of skilling and employment, removing the barriers and biases that stand in one’s way and thus, helping create a new pathway to economic and social inclusion in the digital economy. A Silicon Valley technology start-up, their mission is to help individuals from all walks of life discover and unleash their hidden human potential for success in the digital economy, via its smartphone games by computing over 35 foundational human skills.
The Boston Consulting Group (BCG) is a global management consulting firm and the world's leading advisor on business strategy. BCG has made a major institutional commitment to social impact, working with organizations in the social, public, and private sectors to deliver frame-breaking solutions to some of the most complex problems in contemporary society. We have joined The Human Safety Net movement because we share the purpose of unlocking the potential of those who advance the world.
Tomillo Foundation is The Human Safety Net partner of Families programme in Spain. Based in Madrid, they develop comprehensive attention programs for children and adolescents to facilitate, stimulate and promote the personal and social child development. By working on emotional, cognitive and behavioral aspects, they help children to create their own identity, promoting enriching activities and positive relational experiences.
The Centro per la Salute del Bambino (Center for Child Health and Development), is a non-profit organization founded in 1999 in Italy by a group of childcare workers. CSB’s mission is to provide equal opportunities for cognitive, emotional and relational development to all children, and it operates both in Italy and internationally.
Asociatia OvidiuRo is The Human Safety Net’s partner for the For Families program in Romania. OvidiuRo focuses on providing children in need with the highest quality education materials and age-appropriate books, training teachers to take best advantage of these tools, helping parents understand the importance of reading with young children and helping disadvantaged communities open new kindergarten groups so that there is room for everyone.
ZPM Moste is The Human Safety Net’s partner for the For Families program in Slovenia. ZPM Ljubljana Moste-Polje (Association of Friends of Youth) has been working with children and families for over 60 years, evolving special programs for families in need and placing special emphasis on improving opportunities for children. The association concentrates on strengthening parenting skills and helping parents improve family life for themselves and their children.
La Sauvegarde is one of The Human Safety Net’s partners of the Families program in France, active in Brittany. The association helps empower parents, focusing on their needs and wishes and helping them build confidence in their parenting skills. It also provides educational, pedagogical, psychological support to families and helps facilitate personal development and social inclusion.
Apprentis d’Auteuil is a national and international Catholic NGO that works with children, young adults and families, and is one of The Human Safety Net’s partners of the Families program in France. Through several different facilities, the association welcomes people in difficulty, hosting them according to their needs and personal situations.
Les Restos Bébé du Coeur is one of The Human Safety Net’s partners of the Families program in France. Based in Agen (Nouvelle Aquitaine), it provides specific products that have been identified as truly necessary for parents and parents-to-be, including food, clothes, diapers and baby toys (children ages 0-18 months). The association also provides advice on pediatrics, diet and childcare.
L’école des parents et des éducateurs des Bouches du Rhone is one of The Human Safety Net’s partners of the Families program in France. Its aim is to support parents, social workers and teachers and facilitate the link between home and school. It is based in Marseille (Provence) and is famous for targeted actions the association runs in September and October, when children enter nursery school.
Intermède Robinson is one of The Human Safety Net’s partners of the Families program in France. Based in Essone (Ile-de-France), they run efforts directly in areas where the most disadvantaged families are located, including shantytowns, parking lots and emergency shelters. Working directly with children, they organize cooking activities and cultural, athletic and artistic moments for isolated families in need.
The CAF Association (Centro di Aiuto ai Minori e Famiglia in difficoltà) is The Human Safety Net’s partner of the Families program of Banca Generali. Founded in 1979 in Milan, it became the first center in Italy dedicated to receiving and providing therapy for the victims of child mistreatment and abuse, and actively researches this difficult issue. Their professional support targets both parents and children, paying greatest attention to cases of psychological, social and economic vulnerability. Their goal is to provide innovative spaces in which people can promote and foster positive family relationships through specific actions and with the help of professional support.