What is sponsorship?
Patronage is a "material support given without direct counterpart on the part of the beneficiary, to a work or a person for the exercise of activities of general interest, extending to the fields of culture, solidarity and the environment".
There are three types of sponsorship
- Financial sponsorship is a cash donation, which is characterized by a one-time or repeated payment of a sum of money.
- In-kind sponsorship is the donation of goods or services.
- Skills sponsorship is the provision of personnel free of charge, during their working hours. For companies, it responds to multiple challenges related to human resources management: recruitment, internal cohesion, employee satisfaction and motivation, among others. Skills sponsorship is at the heart of CSR issues for companies.
What are the benefits?
- Patronage is a tax reduction measure: deduct from your taxes 60% of the amount of the donation, up to a limit of 0.5% of annual turnover.
- Even if the sponsorship does not commit to any counterparts: get an exchange equivalent to 25% of the estimated donation. Our counterparts are defined according to each project and framed via an agreement.
- Strengthening local awareness: Support projects in Normandy to gain notoriety.
- A contribution to the local identity: by supporting the cultural fabric of Normandy, contribute to the attractiveness of our territory.
- A definite contribution to the internal and external image of the company: reinforce your CSR policies.
Our eligible projects
In the spotlight
As part of the organization of the 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games, 20 national schools of architecture and landscape design have been invited to create Archi-Folies, ephemeral and innovative pavilions designed to host sports federations in the Parc de La Villette.
ENSA students from several classes - supported by teacher-researchers - will practice designing and building prototypes that respond to ecological issues.
All 20 pavilions will have to fit into the framework created by architect Bernard Tschumi and establish an architectural dialogue with 20 "follies" of the Parc de la Villette.
Laurent Mouly, Sophie Cambrillat and Adrien Henocq will lead this project in Normandy. This pavilion will have to be dismantled to be rebuilt in the park of the ENSA Normandie.
Entrepreneurship at school
Our pre-incubator of innovative companies is constantly looking for trainers or mentors to build future projects. You can participate in our training program by sponsoring your skills.
You can also support entrepreneurship at ENSA Normandie by funding the development of services offered to our start-ups.