At Fareva, we are convinced that self-care is therapeutic when faced with disease. Through our foundation, we are committed to improving the lives of people living with cancer in every country where we operate.
We implement hygiene awareness actions in the field.
Facilitate access to hygiene
We provide material assistance to ensure that everyone has access to care that better suits the disease’s constraints.
Our actions in the field
Improve access to hygiene for women with cancer with Belle&Bien
The Fareva Foundation joined the Belle & Bien association as a patron member at the beginning of 2019. Together, we have set up the So Doux operation.
Our employees from several subsidiaries rallied around two actions :
- Creating the So Doux hygiene kit
So Doux is a hygiene kit designed for people hospitalized for cancer. Distributed in hospitals, it consists of three products: a body lotion, a lip balm, and a cleansing gel.
Fareva and our subsidiary Chromavis have joined forces to formulate, manufacture, and package these three products.
- Financing the So Doux app
So Doux is also an app. It helps people with cancer select the most suitable products before, during, and after their treatment.
As a sponsor, we have partially financed its creation through the Fareva Foundation.
Improve patient care conditions with the Centre Léon Bérard
Our teams have rallied around a fundraising campaign
In 2021, we joined forces with the Centre Léon Bérard for the 4th edition of their “A Vos Baskets” sports challenge. This event allowed us to collect and donate €10,000. This money makes it possible to continue developing space for the well-being and improving the care of cancer patients and their families.
Give students in financial difficulty hygiene products with FAGE
We developed and manufactured a unisex kit
At the end of 2020, the FAREVA Foundation’s teams joined forces with FAGE (French federation of students’ associations) to support students with no financial resources. In the context of the pandemic, many young unemployed students have found themselves in financial difficulty.
In order to provide them with high-priority hygiene products, we developed and manufactured a unisex hygiene kit including a laundry detergent (1.5 l), a deodorant (50 ml roll-on), and a 2-in-1 shower gel/shampoo (250 ml). This kit is given free of charge to students who need it through 17 CROUS solidarity grocery stores in France.