Sponsors provide funding for the core of SYB’s training programme, which includes facility and training costs, as well as the students’ living expenses. If you would like to contribute, please click here.
The objective of Solidarity Accor is to link cultures by supporting personal development and integration in their environment. To this end, it encourages and implements solidarity initiatives for Accor Group employees in the fields of local know-how, vocational training and humanitarian aid. Since 2013, Solidarity AccorHotels has been covering the expenses linked to the SYB baking centre. To learn more about our cooperation with Solidarity Accor please click here.
Henkel, a well-known German company specialising in Laundry, Home Care, Beauty Care and Adhesive Technologies, has been supporting SYB through its “Make an Impact on Tomorrow” volunteering programme, by covering the 7th and 8th student batches’ accommodation, transportation and meal expenses.
SC Johnson is a family run corporation, which makes a wide range of household products. Thanks to its products, SC Johnson aims to make families' homes safer, cleaner and healthier world-wide. Since 2015, SC Johnson has helped SYB finance the students’ training expenses and provided products used to clean its baking facilities.
Roquette is a family-owned Group serving customers globally, Roquette is a leader in specialty food ingredients and pharmaceutical excipients. The products and solutions developed by the Group deliver proven technological, nutritional and health benefits precisely tailored to the pharmaceutical, nutrition, food and selected industry markets. Roquette operates in more than 100 countries and currently employs over 8,300 people worldwide. Roquette partners with SYB by helping to sponsor our two teachers’ training in France, they contribute to SYB’s sustainable model: former SYB students will become future beneficiaries’ trainers. Roquette sponsored Adele and Max tuition fees as well as accommodation and meals at EFBPA from August 2017 to March 2018.