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Institutional sponsorships: Incentives to build the Brazil of tomorrow, today

Deloitte's institutional sponsorships cover a series of projects and institutions that reflect, in some way, the objectives established by our international and local social impact programs, in addition to supporting culture and sport.

Discover, below, the projects that have our institutional sponsorship, with contributions made through the application of tax incentive laws, and how they impact the country, based on actions and areas such as training, employability, diversity, inclusion, culture and sport.

Next, Deloitte's sponsorship of projects that combine up to three fronts of social programs, in a virtuous circle.

Orquestra Sinfônica do Estado de São Paulo (OSESP) and Music Academy of OSESP

The Orquestra Sinfônica do Estado de São Paulo, OSESP, has a prominent role in both the national and international scenarios. Deloitte sponsors the 2022 Season of the OSESP concert series, as the most recent support of a long trajectory. Since 2015, Deloitte has sponsored the OSESP Music Academy. The project aims to develop and retain young talented musicians in Brazil, with the objective of finding and transforming academic highly qualified musicians into artists capable of performing professionally within the OSESP or in other orchestras at the finest artistic level. Learn more and watch the video produced by Deloitte showcasing OSESP.

The project reflects the principles of the WorldClass program and supports the culture

Mozarteum Brasileiro

For almost 40 years, Mozarteum brings the best of the international classical and instrumental music scene to Brazilian audiences: there have been over 1,500 shows.. Concurrently, it maintains a successful socio-educational project, which offers improvement and exchange courses for young Brazilian musicians through scholarships at national and European institutions. It also offers free access programs - such as open-air concerts and matinees for children, helping to form audiences and democratize access to culture.

The project reflects the principles of the WorldClass program and supports the culture

Sao Paulo Dance Company

Sao Paulo Dance Company São Paulo presents performances of artistic excellence, including classic and modern pieces and contemporary works, created by national and international choreographers. It is considered one of the most important dance companies in Latin America, having won around 40 awards and nominations in Brazil and worldwide. It has been attended by more than 770 thousand people in 18 countries. It also offers lectures to educators and technical workshops for students, artists, and other interested audiences.

The project reflects the principles of the WorldClass program and supports the culture

Oficina Brennand

In 1971, the artist from Pernambuco, Francisco Brennand, transformed his father's deactivated pottery into an art studio and museum, housing his artistic production. Oficina Brennand acts as a promoter and diffuser of contemporary artistic and cultural practices. It is a national heritage and cultural landmark of Recife. Its educational program includes art and pedagogy activities, training of public school teachers, and on-site workshops.

The project reflects the principles of the WorldClass program and supports the culture. 

Vocation | #WorkWorld Project

The main focus of the project is to insert teenagers and young people into the job market, preparing them to act as Young Apprentices. It operates in the southern region of the city of São Paulo, in the districts of Campo Limpo, Capão Redondo, Capela do Socorro and Cidade Ademar. The objective is to awaken vocations in the participants, based on a program structured in three stages: self-development and conscious choices; mentoring and skills development; and technical-professional training (Young Apprentice Program).

The project reflects the principles of the ALL IN and WorldClass programs (Jovem Aprendiz pillar)


Vocation | BeLieve-Grow Project

This project focuses on sustainable development and human rights, in order to develop and test socio-pedagogical methodologies for dissemination. It seeks to improve ongoing training processes, among socio-educational advisors, technical assistants and managers of Coexistence and Bonding Services, to strengthen the necessary skills to promote integral development of children, adolescents and young people.

The project reflects the principles of the WorldClass and ALL IN program (Jovem Aprendiz pillar)


Social Banks | Reading Bringing Generations Together

The project encourages reading and writing among the elderly, ensuring access to these activities. Organized by Fundação Gaúcha de Bancos Sociais, it is based in Porto Alegre (RS) and promotes reading spaces in nursing homes, with weekly and individual activities of literary circles and workshops on writing, listening and theater – in addition to soirees. There are activities developed in partnership with young people from the local Pescar and Menor Aprendiz projects, which promote the exchange of learning and contact between generations.

The project reflects the principles of the WorldClass and ALL IN programs (Gerações 50+ pillar)

IPPE | Project Depends on Us Intergenerational

IPPE, headquartered in Belo Horizonte (MG), supports the inclusion of
people close to retirement – ​​or already retired – in the entrepreneurial
ecosystem and in the job market, with the aim of guaranteeing an increasingly
long-lived population an opportunity to actively participate of society and the
economy. Participants are encouraged to create their own businesses or to work in organizations, using life experience as a great differential.

The project reflects the principles of the WorldClass and ALL IN programs (Gerações 50+ pillar)

Instituto Incluir | Esportivamente Project

Developing physical education teachers who work in public schools in Rio de Janeiro, the project is dedicated to developing inclusive language and training – in addition to promoting diversity and basic sports for children with disabilities.

The project reflects the principles of the WorldClass and ALL IN program (DeloitteInclui pillar) and supports the sport

Maré de Ler

The Maré de Ler project strengthens and expands the actions developed at the Biblioteca Popular Escritor Lima Barreto, in the Maré neighborhood of Rio de Janeiro. The objective is to guarantee an ongoing program, with cultural activities, in addition to training reading monitors for two reading rooms at the institution - one for adults, the other for children.

The project reflects the principles of the WorldClass and ALL IN program (Delas pillar) and supports the culture


Art and Culture at Casa das Mulheres da Maré

The mission of the Casa das Mulheres is to support female residents of the Maré neighborhood in Rio de Janeiro - where it is based - to take a leading role in society. The objective of the Art and Culture project is to transform the institution into a cultural facility, with specifically themed activities and the promotion of those women’s cultural rights, contributing to the development of citizenship.

The project reflects the principles of the ALL IN program (Delas pillar) and supports the culture


ITEVA | +60 Wellness Program

Based in Aquiraz, in the metropolitan region of Fortaleza (CE), ITEVA, through the Bem-Estar +60 Program, trains seniors and their families through courses in the area of ​​Sustainable Construction, also for the use of Information and Communication Technologies, focused on generating income through entrepreneurship. Participants receive training in the construction of sustainable bricks, with low environmental impact.

The project reflects the principles of the WoldClass, WoldClimate and ALL IN programs (Gerações 50+ pillar)

Instituto Incluir | Brazil Diversity Project

Conducted in the cities of São Luís (MA), Recife (PE), Rio de Janeiro (RJ) and Suzano (SP), it promotes sports-pedagogical workshops aimed at the development of physical and psychological skills. Both students and their families receive professional assistance, with specialized assistance in People with Disabilities.

The project reflects the principles of the ALL IN program (DeloitteInclui pillar) and supports the sport


Brazilian Rugby Confederation (CBRu) | Yaras Women's National Team

Rugby is a fast-growing sport in Brazil. This year, Deloitte's sponsorship of the Brazilian Rugby Confederation (CBRu) is 100% focused on the Brazilian women's team in the sport. The “Yaras” were South American champions 18 times, occupy the 12th position in the world ranking of rugby sevens, and participated in the 2016 and 2020/21 Olympic Games.

The project reflects the principles of the ALL IN program (Delas pillar) and supports the sport

Festival Presence

The Festival takes place in the city of Rio de Janeiro and aims to educate, inform and draw attention to the prejudice and difficulties faced by several minority groups (blacks, women, LGBTQIA+), giving a voice to artists from these groups and highlighting the importance of diversity in Brazilian art. Among the activities: concerts, exhibitions, theatrical performances, films, and lectures.

The project reflects the principles of the ALL IN program (Delas, Origens and LGBTQIAP+ pillars)


MASP is institutionally sponsored by Deloitte. The collection brings together more than 11,000 works, including paintings, sculptures, objects, photographs, videos, and clothing from different periods, from Antiquity to the 21st century, covering European, African, Asian, and American production. In 2022, MASP works on the Brazilian Histories cycle, dedicated to promoting dialogues about the trajectories and identities of peoples in the country.

The project reflects Deloitte's support for impact cultural institutions.


MAM Rio | Open Zone Project

The Open Zone Project, from the Museum of Modern Art in Rio de Janeiro, MAM RIO, houses an educational program consisting of workshops, lectures, conversation circles, and other activities in the Museum space. Its focus is on democratizing access to culture, taking advantage of open and external spaces, especially the gardens designed by Brazilian artist Burle Marx.

The project reflects Deloitte's support for impact cultural institutions.

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