A new AGORAé at Valenciennes
The AGORAé are independent grocery stores run by and for students, to provide access to essential commodities at affordable prices to hard up students with a daily budget of 1.2 to 7.5 euros. Students are monitored by a social worker from CROUS who confirms their eligibility. The Foundation has already supported AGORAé in Lille, Nice and Brest in 2012, and those in Lyon, Strasbourg, Saint-Etienne and Caen in 2014 by the donation of a van.
The PSA Foundation supports the AGORAé in Valenciennes, which opened in February 2015, with the donation of a van for the transport of foodstuffs.share this project
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