Societe Generale supports the fight against Covid-19 in India


As part of its ‘World Solidarity Programme’, Societe Generale, with the mobilization of all its teams in India, has committed to donate over 650,000 euros (50 million Indian rupees) in support of those affected by the Covid-19 pandemic in major cities: Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore and Chennai.

Since the beginning of the health crisis, Societe Generale has provided exceptional support in different countries of the world, namely in France and Africa.

In India, Societe Generale has partnered with three of its currently supported NGOs - Action Against Hunger, Samarthanam Trust for the Disabled and VIDYA Integrated Development for Youth and Adults – to assist their programmes specifically aiming at supporting those in need during the Covid crisis. 

The funds will support front line health professionals and hospitals, and vulnerable communities by providing them with essential hygiene and nutrition needs. 

Everyone wishing to join this solidarity initiative can support:








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