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Reinforce community

Being a committed player to help build a more sustainable world. Putting tenants’ quality of life first. Aware of its central role, PAREF ensures the quality of life of its tenants and the satisfaction of its customers. The group has therefore set itself the objective of increasing the comfort and safety of the occupants of its properties. PAREF also pays close attention to its purchasing policy, giving preference to local products. In addition, the group wishes to contribute to larger-scale projects in its own way. For example, employees have chosen to get involved with charities.

Our commitments

Our challenges

SAFETY, HEALTH AND SERVICES FOR BUILDING OCCUPANTS

  • Ensuring the well-being (physical and psychological) and comfort of occupants in and around the workplace.
  • Ensuring the safety of occupants (intrusion prevention, strength of materials, fire resistance, etc.).
  • Implement measures to protect the health of occupants (healthy buildings, air quality, lighting, soundproofing).
  • Provide occupants with a range of services (restaurants, sports facilities, transport, etc.).

Our actions

At PAREF, we believe in the power of shared commitment to build a sustainable future. This is why we are proud to present our PAREF 4 GOOD programme, which embodies our values and our commitment to corporate social responsibility and sustainability. Our programme enables each PAREFner to make a commitment to one or more associations, by devoting one working day a year to voluntary work/skills volunteering.

Surfrider foundation

The Group is a partner of the Surfrider Foundation Europe association. Employees took part in the No Planet B inter-company challenge, and collected rubbish in the streets of Paris, Milan, Frankfurt and Zurich on Oceans Day.

Vision of the world

PAREF has joined forces with the association Vision du Monde to support its projects. We are supporting a project to provide access to drinking water in two schools in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. The project will run for 9 months and will benefit almost 1,500 children, for whom clean water, adequate toilets and good hygiene are essential for their healthy development.
 
In Cambodia, 6 out of 10 primary schools do not have access to drinking water and basic sanitation facilities. The lack of drinking water in schools is a major obstacle to children’s education. It is estimated that 227 million school days are lost each year worldwide due to water-related illnesses.