Our mission:
to help disadvantaged young people gain access to education and employment in France

The AlphaOmega Foundation is a Venture Philanthropy foundation with public benefit and trustee foundation status

An innovative approach:Venture Philanthropy

An innovative approach:Venture Philanthropy

My greatest desire is to
strengthen the
charitable sector and
Venture Philanthropy
in France.

Maurice Tchenio
President and Founder

  • 5

    Charities supported
    since the creation of the Foundation
  • 57,000

    Young people supported
    by our charities
  • € 2,7m

    Total committed amount
    since the creation of the Foundation
  • 5-25 years

    Age of
    beneficiaries

Our ambition:

help disadvantaged children and young people
in France

  • To become financially independent

  • Through:

Our 2 missions

  • Support efficient charities in the fields of education and access to employment for disadvantaged young people.

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  • Become an agent for change by understanding and mastering the problems of disadvantaged youth.

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    studies

An innovative approach:

Venture Philanthropy

  • Long-term support to charities and social enterprises.

  • Support dedicated to strengthening their structure and boosting their development.

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Our social investments: 4 charities

The Association de la Fondation Etudiante pour la Ville offers individual home-based support to young people from underprivileged areas by student volunteers.

In 2016-17, nearly 6,500 young people were accompanied.

EPA drives young people in their course choice and promotes the discovery of the professional world through entrepreneurship education.

In 2016-2017, 27,000 young people were tutored by EPA.

The Ecoles de la 2e Chance (E2C) aim to help young adults without degrees or skills to gain access to employment and reintegrate socially.

Over 15,000 young people were supported in 2016.

Association Coup de Pouce (ex-Apféé) is the main French charity working to assist children who are struggling in school

In 2016-17, over 11,600 children were aided by Association Coup de Pouce