The goal of our corporate social responsibility is to defend this fundamental right: every child, whatever his social background and his life conditions, should have the right to play and to practice sport. We are committed to use rock-climbing to help uphold this right and to reduce inequalities. From the earliest moments, the emphasis is put on keeping a balance between the business and the opportunity to use the benefits of rock-climbing among those who need them the most.
The purpose of the Tac Ke project (“gecko” in Vietnamese) is to determine through a work with different disadvantaged children how sport and more particularly rock-climbing can be used as an efficient tool of social insertion. Hence, many cooperation are foreseen with various populations like street children, orphans or handicapped children. The Tac Ke project got the Chloe Graftiaux award in 2012.
– Weekly bouldering sessions with kids from Blue Dragon – Millet Grant


– climbing associations (French and Japanese) for visually impaired children –  FODACIM grant – Weekly bouldering sessions with street kids from Blue Dragon
– Weekly bouldering sessions with street kids from Blue Dragon – Weekly climbing sessions at Dinh Tien Hoang high-school with disadvantage children.
-Setting-up of a dismantle bouldering wall in Dinh Tien Hoang high-school (socially mixed school) with weekly climbing sessions – Weekly climbing sessions in Nguyen Viet Xuan orphanage – Activity sessions in Phuc Tue, a disabled children center. Chloe Graftiaux grant.
– Construction of a bouldering wall in Nguyen Viet Xuan orphanage with daily climbing sessions. Project supported by the Childhood Protection Program of the French Embassy in Vietnam and implemented by M. Charbit and J. Verly.




Other actions:
– Yearly sponsor of Coup de Pouce Vietnam (aid association)
– Support of the Hanoi Run for Children 2013 – Fundraising event for Green Climbers Home which burnt down completely in December 2012 in Thakhek (Laos)