Our solidarity actions
ITS Group places the "solidarity" aspect among its priorities and, together with its employees,
supports and commits itself to several associations.
Action Against Hunger
For several years, ITS Group and its employees have participated in the Action Against Hunger Challenge.
From 7 June to 2 July 2021, 68 employees took part in the #Connectedagainsthunger Challenge of Action Against Hunger.
Between a sporting challenge and a role-playing game, our employees were able to take on the role of a humanitarian specialising in climate change issues and carry out challenges by travelling virtually to the countries in which Action Against Hunger is active.
Thanks to the dedicated application Connected Against Hunger, our employees accomplished the different missions in teams of 6 to 10 people by taking up daily sports challenges by walking, running, cycling or yoga.
During these 4 weeks, the various ITS Group teams travelled hundreds of kilometres:
- 9571 Km of walking
- 5207 Km by bike
- 3230 Km running
ITS Group thus generated €9,600 in donations to support the missions of Action Against Hunger!
Women's Words and Feelings
Every year, on 25 November, the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women takes place. In 2021, the " Mots et Maux de femmes " collective wanted to make this event an unforgettable day.
The collective developed an "expographic" project to denounce violence against women. While the exhibition clearly affirmed its artistic intentions, it also had a documentary value; the texts and images that made it up were the result of a collection of testimonies and meticulous and documented research.
ITS Group was pleased to be a Gold Partner of this exhibition, which will be inaugurated on 25 November 2021 in Paris and then presented simultaneously in 13 cities in France and in 8 cities overseas during the 16 days of Orangetheworld activism.
Indeed, ITS Group attaches great importance to this cause and wished, through this project, to give greater visibility to this scourge which still affects far too many women.