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Support for local charities

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#BNPPAidPlan
In light of the current health crisis, the BNP Paribas Group has rolled out an emergency support plan in over 30 countries.
The plan involves taking country-specific measures identified by local BNP Paribas entities. In Luxembourg, a total of EUR 100,000 have been allocated to three charities:

BGL BNP Paribas believes that it is important to be an active member of the community. This is what corporate responsibility truly means in the current context. As one of the country’s major financial institutions, we are putting our skills and resources to work for those who need it most.

Our employees get involved

The employees of BNP Paribas in Luxembourg are committed to providing financial and humanitarian support during this crisis.

Doubling donations
The bank will double every donation made by an employee to organisations in the Greater Region that are active in healthcare, assisting vulnerable populations or contributing to medical research. In this way, the bank is supporting its employees who wish to provide financial assistance.

Call for volunteers
To make up for the lack of resources experienced by many organisations, BGL BNP Paribas has launched a skills-based sponsorship programme that enables employees who are exempt from physical work presence to take part in actions of general interest. This means that employees wishing to take part can volunteer at approved organisations.

We act in solidarity

During this public health crisis, it is important to be an active member of the community. This is what corporate responsibility truly means. As one of the country’s major financial institutions, we are putting our skills and resources to work for those who need it most.

Other actions taken 

  • Mask donation:
    BGL BGP Paribas provided 5,000 FFP2 masks and 30,000 surgical masks to the Ministry of Health.
  • Free rent:
    During the health crisis, rent (including utilities) is free for Lux Future Lab start-ups.

  • Paying our suppliers:
    We revised our supplier payment process in order to pay their invoices more quickly.

BNP Paribas is strengthening its emergency support plan

BNP Paribas Group has mobilised from the outset of the crisis to support healthcare personnel, vulnerable populations and young people. BNP Paribas is now launching a new emergency support plan that brings the Group's financial commitment to over €50m in 30 countries, including Luxemburg.