Air Liquide Foundation

Created in 2008, the Air Liquide Foundation demonstrates the Group’s commitment to being a responsible enterprise.
The Foundation contributes, on the one hand, to research and science education on air quality and respiratory diseases and, on the other hand, to professional integration and development projects in the Territories where the Group is present.


You would like to submit an application to the Air Liquide Foundation?

1. Please first check that you are eligible for the Foundation support

Ensure that your project is consistent with one of the Foundation missions: Support medical research or job integration and that your request meets the projects selection criteria.

If your project comes under one of the Foundation's areas of intervention, follow the steps listed below.


2. Create an account

Create an account in order to submit your project.


3. Prepare your application

Complete the form online, presenting your organization and your project. Complete it in order to present your project in a clear and detailed manner.

You can ask other people (e.g. project manager) to help you complete your application. This is possible via the "Manage Invitations" button in the form menu.

Submit the requested documents by uploading them to your account.  These documents are mandatory; any incomplete application will not be considered.

As long as you have not submitted your project, you can work on your application for as long as you want. The Save button allows you to modify your application and to upload or delete attachments as you see fit.


4. Submitting your project

When your application form is complete, the Submit button allows you to confirm the submission of your project.  You will be sent a confirmation email.

Please note: you can no longer amend your project once it has been submitted.

The Foundation's team will examine your project. If your project is short-listed, you will be contacted by a member of the Foundation's team in order to arrange a meeting to discuss your project and how the Foundation works.

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