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Incentives to build the Brazil of tomorrow, today

Deloitte sponsors a series of cultural, educational, innovation, diversity, social responsibility, and sports projects. All of them reflect, in some way, the objectives established by our international and local social impact programs.

Through sponsorship, Deloitte seeks to generate positive impacts for a society aligned with the changes of a contemporary, more sustainable and inclusive world. Learn more about the projects that we sponsor.

Training and employability projects 

Deloitte, through the WorldClass program, is committed to training 50 million people around the world by 2030, to better prepare them for an environment of disruptive changes that affect employability conditions. In Brazil, within this scope, there is sponsorship for education and qualification projects for people of all ages and at different stages of their careers, oriented to the professional market and entrepreneurship. Check out the projects that include the WorldCass program in their core below.

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 2021 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

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

Institute for Research and Entrepreneurial Projects (IPPE)

IPPE, based 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 objective of guaranteeing an increasingly long-lived population an opportunity to participate actively in the society and the economy. Participants are encouraged to create their own businesses or work in organizations, using life experience as a great differentiator.

The project reflects the principles of the WorldClass program

Diversity and inclusion projects

Deloitte is committed to guaranteeing everyone equal opportunities for growth, development and success. Internally, ALL IN program is dedicated to accelerating gender representation and strengthening a culture of inclusion and diversity. The ALL IN program operates through seven pillars: DeloitteInclui, Jovem Aprendiz, Programa Delas, Origens, LGBTQIA+, Gerações 50+ e STEMs. This strategy is also reflected in an important part of the sponsored projects.

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, within the Delas pillar

Since 1994, the Polytechnic Engineering, University of São Paulo maintains an association with a technical team specialized in sport that aims to develop the Base program ( Clinical PRODHE Rugby - USP) and support to student-athletes in competitions. Today, the Rugby team Poli is the best among the highest ranking players universities in the country .

MASP

Deloitte, institutionally sponsors São Paulo Assis Chateaubriand Art Museum. In 2021, MASP works on the theme “Histórias do Brasil”, highlighting important Brazilian women artists, such as Beatriz Milhazes, Maria Martins, Erica Verzutti, Conceição dos Bugres and Gertrudes Altschul. Also on the agenda: an exhibition by the French artist Edgar Degas, representing the female figure in art.

The project reflects the principles of the ALL IN program, within the Delas pillar

Since 1994, the Polytechnic Engineering, University of São Paulo maintains an association with a technical team specialized in sport that aims to develop the Base program ( Clinical PRODHE Rugby - USP) and support to student-athletes in competitions. Today, the Rugby team Poli is the best among the highest ranking players universities in the country .

Tomie Ohtake Institute | “We are many” Project

The “We are many” project, by Instituto Tomie Ohtake, an important space in the artistic scene of the city of São Paulo, seeks to sensitize society about prejudice and violence against women: children, and adults. Throughout 2021, video classes will be held to address this topic.

The project reflects the principles of the ALL IN program, within the Delas and Origens pillars

Since 1994, the Polytechnic Engineering, University of São Paulo maintains an association with a technical team specialized in sport that aims to develop the Base program ( Clinical PRODHE Rugby - USP) and support to student-athletes in competitions. Today, the Rugby team Poli is the best among the highest ranking players universities in the country .

HACKTUDO 2021

The festival takes place in Rio de Janeiro and navigates trends related to technology, innovation, sustainability and entrepreneurship. There are multiple cultural and entertainment activities, such as hackatons, conferences, robot and drone arenas and innovation labs. Within the festival, the HackDelas also takes place, with activities related to gender representation and women's empowerment, in line with the 5th Objective of the ONU 2030 Agenda.

The project reflects the principles of the ALL IN program, within the Delas and STEMs pillars

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, within the DeloitteInclui pillar

 

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, within the Delas, Origens and LGBTQIA+ pillars

"Industry 4.0" documentary

This documentary provides an overview of the history of industrialization and places Industry 4.0 in the context of the disruptive changes we are experiencing today, in addition to reflecting on the impacts generated in the social area, the future of work and the economy.

The project reflects the principles of the ALL IN program, within the STEMs pillar

Since 1994, the Polytechnic Engineering, University of São Paulo maintains an association with a technical team specialized in sport that aims to develop the Base program ( Clinical PRODHE Rugby - USP) and support to student-athletes in competitions. Today, the Rugby team Poli is the best among the highest ranking players universities in the country .

Projects of employability, diversity and environmental sustainability: Wide transformation

For Deloitte, the transformation of markets and society can be amplified on fronts that bring together multiple contexts - with converging objectives. Fostering employability and training, for example, can transform lives in several minority groups. Promote diversity and inclusion to make opportunities equal and institutions able to receive everyone, without distinction. In addition, Deloitte WorldClimate's global program aims to promote cultural changes in the market and in society, with a view to the sustainability of climatic conditions for current and future generations.

Next, Deloitte sponsors projects that combine two or three fronts, in a virtuous circle.

Vocação | Project #WorldWork

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

The project reflects the principles of the ALL IN and WorldClass programs, within the Jovem Aprendiz pillar

Since 1994, the Polytechnic Engineering, University of São Paulo maintains an association with a technical team specialized in sport that aims to develop the Base program ( Clinical PRODHE Rugby - USP) and support to student-athletes in competitions. Today, the Rugby team Poli is the best among the highest ranking players universities in the country .

CEAP | Protagonists of the New Tomorrow

CEAP is based in Pedreira, a district in the South of São Paulo. The young participants in the project have access to three technical courses: Computer Networks, Informatics (for software development) and Administration. School reinforcement, technical training and professional qualification in the areas of technology and administration are also offered.

The project reflects the principles of the ALL IN and WoldClass programs, within the Jovem Aprendiz pillar

ITEVA | +60 Wellness Program

Headquartered in Aquiraz, in the metropolitan region of Fortaleza (CE), ITEVA, through the Well-Being Program +60, qualifies the elderly and their families with courses in the area of Sustainable Construction and for the use of Information and Communication Technologies, with a focus 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, within the Gerações 50+ pillar

Social Banks | Reading Bringing Generations Together

The Rio Open is part of a select group of 13 tennis tournaments known as the ATP 500 (Association of Tennis Professionals), and one of the 22 most important tournaments in that association’s calendar. It is the biggest annual sporting event in Rio de Janeiro, one of the few clay court ATP 500 tournaments in the world (together with Barcelona and Hamburg), attracting big names from the world tennis circuit.

The project reflects the principles of the ALL IN program, within the Gerações 50+ pillar

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, within the Delas pillar

Since 1994, the Polytechnic Engineering, University of São Paulo maintains an association with a technical team specialized in sport that aims to develop the Base program ( Clinical PRODHE Rugby - USP) and support to student-athletes in competitions. Today, the Rugby team Poli is the best among the highest ranking players universities in the country .

Virada Sustentável Festival

The largest festival on sustainability in Brazil works on mobilization themes related to the 17 Sustainable Development Goals, defined by the United Nations. Civil society organizations, public bodies, companies, schools, universities, among others, will participate.

The project reflects the principles of the WoldClimate and ALL IN programs, within the Delas, Origens, Jovem-Aprendiz, LGBTQIA+, Deloitte Inclui, STEMs e Gerações 50+ pillars

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

Sports and culture projects

Over the years, Deloitte has made a consistent effort to support athletes or sports and cultural institutions that have a positive impact on society.

Brazilian Rugby Confederation (CBRu)

A sport experiencing rapid growth in Brazil and that is becoming a reference in professional management, rugby has been supported by Deloitte. In addition to our current sponsorship of that Confederation, Deloitte also provided strategic advisory to the institution between 2011 and 2013.

Rio Open

The Rio Open is part of a select group of 13 tennis tournaments known as the ATP 500 (Association of Tennis Professionals), and one of the 22 most important tournaments in that association’s calendar. It is the biggest annual sporting event in Rio de Janeiro, one of the few clay court ATP 500 tournaments in the world (together with Barcelona and Hamburg), attracting big names from the world tennis circuit.

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.

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