#AXA Solidarity Response

AXA is launching a global solidarity challenge for its employees to strengthen its support to 101 Fund ALL ARTICLES  |  Covid-19
Apr 6, 2020

In response to the unprecedented health emergency facing most countries around the world, AXA is launching with 101 Fund a global solidarity challenge* on social media that enables all its employees to support 1,200 intensive care units in 60 countries.

By participating on Twitter, LinkedIn and Instagram with the #AXASolidarityResponse, each employee will unlock a €5 donation, financed by AXA, and will also have the opportunity to make a personal donation if they wish on the dedicated 101 Fund page.

Through this global and collective initiative, AXA hopes to extend its action in the fight against COVID-19, by providing concrete and rapid support to healthcare services around the world while enabling its employees to take action.

* This challenge, which begins on April 7 and ends on June 30, is open to all AXA Group employees and, from April 28th, to anyone who wishes to participate. Each participation on social networks mentioning the hashtag #AXASolidarityResponse will be taken into account and will unlock a €5 donation financed by AXA, within the limit of 100,000 posts. The maximum amount of donations is capped at 500,000€.

Ulrike Decoene
AXA Group Head of Communication, Brand & Corporate Responsibility

International solidarity has always been an integral part of the culture of AXA and its employees. Once again, let's demonstrate that beyond our role as an insurer, we can take concrete action on behalf for society. Everyone can take action at their own level, and personal involvement, brought down to the collective we all represent at AXA, will have a definite impact.

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