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The Givaudan Foundation has published its 2021 Annual Report
The Givaudan Foundation has published its 2021 Activity Report which illustrates how it endeavours to create a positive impact for people and communities and provides an update on its support to initiatives for education, health and environment preservation.
Education, a tool for the sustainable development of children, youth and adults
Read about four different education initiatives we support, both in communities where Givaudan sources natural ingredients and in communities where Givaudan employees work.
Women entrepreneurs drive their communities forward - with support from the Givaudan Foundation
The women collecting the ylang-ylang flowers play a key role in producing its precious oil. But this activity is restricted to a few months per year and other employment options are limited. In contrast, there are many business opportunities in the agricultural and village context. This article highlights how the Givaudan Foundation supports women picking ylang-ylang flowers to learn the skills to succeed as entrepreneurs in Moheli, Comoros Islands. 
A neighbourhood food bank for people in need in the United Kingdom
Supported by the Givaudan Foundation,  a group of Givaudan Milton Keynes employees (United Kingdom) conducted an initiative to provide nutritionally balanced meals to people attending a local food bank. Read our interview with Caroline, member of the Givaudan “Food bank – Meal buddy” team to learn more about this project.
The Givaudan Foundation has published its 2020 Annual Report
The Givaudan Foundation has published its 2020 Activity Report which outlines how it strives to create a positive impact for people and communities and informs on progress in its support for education, health and environment preservation in the communities where Givaudan sources natural ingredients as well as those where Givaudan employees work.
The inspiring story behind Givaudan's initiative to reinforce its commitment towards the communities in which it operates
A video conversation between André Hoffmann, President of the Givaudan Foundation and Laetitia Vuillemenot, Operations Manager about the inspiring story behind Givaudan's initiative to reinforce its commitment towards the communities in which it operates. Click on the link below to watch the video.
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Gardens, senses and hope
At the Givaudan Foundation, we strongly value initiatives that not only provide new learning opportunities, but that also contribute to improving health or help to restore the environment. For these reasons and since its creation, we have been supporting various gardening initiatives across the globe. Read our articles to get more ingishts about all our gardening initiatives.
Vanilla village development: a programme for healthier vanilla farming communities
Vanilla is an iconic spice sourced in Madagascar where it is grown mostly by smallholder farmers, many of which live in the island’s Sava region. Here, the Givaudan Foundation has been supporting 32 villages of vanilla producers since 2014 with projects benefitting up to 17,000 villagers. In this article we highlight some initiatives that aim to increase food security and access to education in vanilla producing communities.
The Givaudan Foundation has published its 2019 Annual Report
The Givaudan Foundation has published its 2019 Activity Report which outlines the progress of its projects supporting education, health and environmental preservation in the communities where Givaudan sources natural ingredients as well as those where Givaudan employees work.
Givaudan Foundation enables Givaudan employees in South Africa to host blindness workshop “Journey through the senses”
Givaudan Foundation decided to support an initiative from Givaudan South Africa employees. It consists of workshops designed by Givaudan volunteers and centered on particular themes unique to world of Fragrance & Flavours. Read our article to get more insights about this initiative.
Health and Nutrition project in Colombia - an initiative led by volunteer Givaudan employees
A family programme to promote better alimentary and health practices in daily life for small children and families. Read our interview with Diana, member of the project team to know more about the initiative.
Givaudan and the Givaudan Foundation receive Conservation International’s Hero Award for Tonka Bean programme in Venezuela
Givaudan and the Givaudan Foundation receive Conservation International’s Hero Award for Tonka Bean programme in Venezuela where the aim of the project is to empower local communities to conserve 150,000 hectares of forests in the Caura Basin.
The Givaudan Foundation has published its 2018 Activity Report
The Givaudan Foundation has published its 2018 Activity Report which outlines progress in its support for education, health and the environment and in creating awareness about the three causes that the Foundation champions: communities at source, blindness and family nutrition.