In addition, the UK receives funding from the BNP Paribas Foundation ‘Dream Up’ international arts-based education programme. Children and their carers will work with trained artist educators from the Royal Academy of Arts in a series of art workshops, enabling them to gain nationally recognised accreditation.
Working with The Royal Academy of Arts, BNP Paribas will help to build community regeneration in disadvantaged areas of London through creative activities. The programme will promote learning and creativity, stimulate interest in the arts and help young people to fulfil their creative potential.
BNP Paribas, an active corporate patron the world over
Through its various foundations and thanks to the involvement of its employees, BNP Paribas supports numerous projects in the areas of culture, solidarity, education, health and the environment.
BNP Paribas Corporate Philanthropy ensures the overall coherence and effectiveness of the sponsorship programs that the bank conducts around the world. This policy is managed by the BNP Paribas Foundation, an active patron since 1984.