Incentives to build the Brazil of tomorrow, today has been saved
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
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.
São Paulo Symphonic Orchestra (OSESP)’s Music Academy
The OSESP Music Academy was opened in 2006 to develop and retain young talented musicians in Brazil. The goal is to identify highly academically gifted musicians and transform them into artists capable of performing professionally within the OSESP or other orchestras at the finest artistic level. Learn more and watch the video produced by Deloitte showcasing OSESP.
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 Instituto Reciclar, founded in 1995, promotes training and the inclusion of young people in the labor market through an innovative educational model, which encourages practical learning, socio-emotional development and technical professional training of excellence. For three years, young people work on vocations, skills, and interests, in addition to connecting to trends in the world of work and life in society.
Instituto de Pesquisa e Projetos Empreendedores (IPPE)
IPPE supports the inclusion of people close to retirement - or those already retired - in the entrepreneurial ecosystem and the labor market, to guarantee an increasingly long-lived population an opportunity to actively participate in society and the economy. Participants are encouraged to create their businesses or work in organizations, using the life experience as a great differential.
Diversity and inclusion
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. This strategy is also reflected in an important part of the sponsored projects.
Art and Culture at Casa da 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.
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.
Corpo Sonoro – Ensaios de Inclusão
For almost 15 years, the Olga Kos Institute for Cultural Inclusion has been developing artistic and sports projects to primarily serve children, young people and adults with intellectual disabilities - in addition to people without disabilities who are in situations of social vulnerability. The Corpo Sonoro project uses dance and music as a stimulus for functional abilities and the promotion of autonomy, proactivity and leadership for its participants - who, together with the Institute’s team, create their shows.
Djanira: a memória de seu povo (book):
The reissue of this book, conducted by the São Paulo Museum of Art, MASP, compiles the work of the mid-20th-century artist, Djanira da Motta e Silva, - a personality who made a great contribution to national visual arts, and inspired Brazilian men and women to gain new perspectives on daily life. Deloitte is pleased to support the reissue of this book, which highlights the work of a Brazilian artist who is now being rediscovered and valued, in a context in which women assume an increasingly influential position in all areas of knowledge, the arts, as well as economic, business and political relations.
Transformation and innovation
What impacts on the future is important for Deloitte. For this reason, we offer support to projects that shed light and draw attention to the impacts of the changes brought by Industry 4.0.
"Industry 4.0" documentary
Scheduled for release in March 2020, on digital platforms, 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.
Over the years, Deloitte has made a consistent effort to support athletes and sports 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.
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.