Who said luxury was trivial? At Luxe Observer certainly not.
This is the reason why Luxury brands' involvement in philanthropical actions is highlighted in their own dedicated page.
For us, if Luxe Observer is the Voice of Precious Individuals, it's because all your voices enable to supporting the most precious ones:
Because children are the most fragile and vulnerable,
Because education is essential to become free and self-sufficient
Because children are the future of our world.
The more you join us, the more you share your experiences, the more we can support the children.
It would be flattering for us to create our own foundation,
But we consider there is already many passionate individuals with great skills, involved in talented and experienced NGOs.
This is the reason why Luxe Observer is involved and supporting several NGOs:
ASMAE SOEUR EMMANUELLE
Help children become free and standing men. Asmae is a French international solidarity NGO specialized in child development. Independent, non-religious and non-political, it is open to everyone. Created in 1980 by Sister Emmanuelle following her experience with scavengers in Egypt’s slums, Asmae keeps on respecting its founder’s values and methods : listening and proximity, pragmatism, respect of the differences, professionalism and reciprocity. Asmae’s action aims to support vulnerable children and their families through providing tailor-made and long lasting support to local stakeholders working on child education and protection. Nowadays Asmae supports education and protection projects in 8 countries : France, Burkina Faso, Mali, Madagascar, Egypt, Lebanon, India and Philippines. To know a bit more, engage or donate, it’s here:https://www.asmae.fr
PASSERELLES NUMERIQUES PN
A gateway for life Passerelles numériques (PN) is a non-profit organization under French law, operating in three Asian countries: Cambodia, the Philippines and Vietnam. Its mission is to enable young underprivileged people to build their employability through education in the digital industry, and leverage their potential and willpower; it allows them and their family to escape poverty in a sustainable way, and contribute to the social and economic development of their country. To know a bit more, engage or donate, it’s here:https://www.passerellesnumeriques.org
FOR A CHILD'S SMILE PSE
From destitution... to a vocation Christian and Marie-France des Pallières, founders of Pour un Sourire d’Enfant (For a Child’s Smile), have lived and worked in Cambodia since the beginning of their action in the country, 20 years ago. Pour un Sourire d’Enfant’s (PSE) mission is to help children escape from destitution and lead them to decent, skilled and well-paid jobs. Each child must be allowed to develop healthily, both physically and psychologically, and must also be well-educated. The aim of PSE is for them to become balanced and independent adults both socially and professionally. To achieve this, six main programmes – adapted to the needs of the children – have been developed: food, health, protection, education & schooling, vocational training and help for families. PSE is apolitical and non-religious. PSE comprises 18 branches in France and 8 branches oversea, in Asia and in the USA. Volunteers have set up these branches to strengthen the structure of the association, to build awareness of PSE and to organise fundraising events To know a bit more, sponsor or donate, it’s here:https://www.pse.ngo