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  • Impact investing
  • Responsible savings
  • Social link
  • Social housing
  • No poverty
  • Reduced inequality
  • Sustainable cities and communities
Impact category Sustainable real estate
Degree of maturity
Amount collected : 71,500.00 €
Fundraising goal
200,000 €


As worthy housing made worthy lives, Solifap is a solidarity investment company which supports associations fighting against poor housing. More than 60 years after the Abbé Pierre’s “call to kindness insurrection”, poor housing still is a major concern for 12 millions of French people while more and more household can’t afford a decent place to live. So is born Solifap, created by the Abbé Pierre's Foundation to deploy additional means to fight agains poor housing by using crowdfunding. Solifap is using citizen’s solidarity-based savings as a lever to support associations fighting against poor housing to enhance their housing supply, ensure their financial growth and by improving the efficiency of their social & economic development patterns. Solifap hold the Finansol label, so full disclosure and supportivity are guaranteed.
Support associations fighting daily against poor housing to provide practical and long term solutions.

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1 CEO, 1 General manager, 2 investment managers, 1 project manager

François CHAILLOU, Solifap’s CEO since it’s creation was Abbé Pierre’s Foundation vice-president. From his urban planner engineer background, he have been Soliha Centre Val de Loire’s CEO (inclusive home improvement) but also Ficosil’s head manager (real estate company targeting socially excluded housing). His past as well as his involvement in both structures provides him with a true expertise, a vision on the width of the issues and a connecting role between both structures.
Charles LE GAC work by its side as Managing Director. From his legal background, he have been running different association in the fields of popular education, international solidarity and exclusion fighting. Lately Paris’ Catholic relief’s director, he contributed to create the association’s social real estate. Therefore gaining competence in management and project management, impact projects analysis and network development, be it in France or internationally.

046816dfab055e15de5b8fce7ea2112b François Chaillou Chief Executive Officer
5fb9c4c1bb8943f8c84d91842613cc05 Charles Le Gac Managing director


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7 Jobs created or secured

within 1 year period after fund raising

150aquired housing or in the process of

within 1 year period after fund raising

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Comptes clôturés 2018

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Fundraising goal
200,000 €
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50,000 €

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300,000 €

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