The corresponding sponsors
Philanthropy correspondents are civil servants or professionals in law and accounting who, thanks to their knowledge, contribute to the promotion of philanthropy among companies, individuals and actors or organizations of general interest. They help to structure the development of patronage at the territorial, departmental or regional level.
Who are the philanthropic correspondents?
- Officials appointed to the DRAC (Regional Cultural Affairs Directorate) and DAC (Regional Cultural Affairs Directorate), in the public institutions of the Ministry of Culture and in the central administration.
- Des lawyers, notaries, accountants or elected representatives of chambers of commerce and industry appointed by their institutions
They carry out this activity of correspondent in addition to their own activities. If you want to become a philanthropy correspondent or find out more, don’t hesitate to contact the sponsorship mission.
What are the missions of philanthropy correspondents?
- ensure the dissemination of legal and tax provisions and good practices as defined by the Charter of Cultural Patronage. They also advise project promoters, companies and individuals.
- promote exchanges between different types of actors by organising of meetings and events with the aim of promoting philanthropy as well as encouraging emerging innovative practices, collective philanthropy in the form of associations, endowments and foundations.
- promote collective patronage (informal clubs or associations, recognized foundations of public utility, sheltered foundations, corporate foundation, endowment fund) and encourage the emerging practices of patronage (patronage in kind, skills, support patronage, or patronage via digital platforms)
- participate in the creation of regional patronage centres (PMR).
- promote the launch of local and regional studies on cultural patronage.
- spot the territorial actors of patronage likely to be distinguished by the Ministry of Culture.