Our programs for meaningful change
In order to support local programs and initiatives that readily impact change, we maintain a close dialogue with a targeted number of partners, from grassroots networks to specialist organizations, across six countries. We also work internally to ensure that our Kering community is actively engaged in understanding and combating violence against women, while mobilizing our peers to join us in this fight.
French organization du Pain & des Roses (DPDR) trains vulnerable women in the practice of floristry through professional courses, encouraging them to regain self-esteem and confidence in their skills while offering them vocational training in the floral industry.Read more
Du Pain & Des Roses
Chayn is a UK-based global network addressing gender-based violence that provides accessible and interactive online resources for women, available in multiple languages. Chayn is run by 400 volunteers, many of them survivors themselves.Read more
Based out of Asia, Starfish Project is a socially responsible jewelry business that supports women survivors through employment opportunities and a range of holistic care services. Starfish Project provides opportunities for women escaping human trafficking and exploitation to heal and grow through counseling, vocational training, language acquisition, family education grants and health care access, as well as housing in a women’s shelter.Read more
Founded in 2017, Glitch is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to fighting digital abuse. Inspired by founder Seyi Akiwowo’s own experience with online attacks, Glitch seeks to promote positive and responsible "Digital Citizenship" among all online users.Read more