Does UCPA mean anything to you? Under this acronym, hides one of the largest non-profit association group recognized as being of social and public utility in France. Organizer of sports trips for young adults, summer camps for children and adolescents and designer of sports spaces for all, the associative group enables more than 3.4 million people to live the UCPA experience each year. The association took its roots after the war under the leadership of young people involved in the resistance to promote access for as many people as possible to outdoor sports activities. Now established across the country with sports destinations in town, in the mountains and on the coast, UCPA is also present in 71 other countries around the world and oversees more than 95 sports activities. A sports educator by profession, the associative group works in favor of a sport open to all, non-competitive, a vector of living together and development for everyone. It acts to remove social, cultural and generational barriers and thus give everyone access to a sport, sources of emancipation, reconnection with nature, encounters and solidarity. UCPA offers below-market prices and welcomes 59% of the public on vacation. The associative group decided in 2014 to split its activity into two distinct associations: UCPA Sport Vacances for its social tourism activity and the organization of sports stays and UCPA Sport Loisirs for the management of urban sports centers and support for communities in the creation of sports offers for their territories. It is the UCPA Sport Vacances association which today calls on the private investors of LITA.co to finance a wider access to sport for all and in particular to people in fragile situations and this mainly through the renovation of sports centers. of holidays established in France and the renewal of its sports equipment.
In addition, the capital and interest of this bond investment opportunity are guaranteed on the assets of the association group, whose property activity amounts to € 150 million. Interest will be paid annually. The planned capital repayment is final and will be paid during the last two years of the investment (year 6 and year 7).
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12,844 employees, 55% of whom are under 25
UCPA is made up of three non-profit associations under the 1901 law. Its members (youth movements, sports federations and public authorities) are legal persons.
Alain Christnacht has been - since 2015 - Chairman of the Boards of Directors of the two associations which carry out the activities of UCPA, UCPA Sport Loisirs and UCPA Sport Vacances. He is also President of Samu Social de Paris.
Since 2012, Guillaume Légaut has been Director General of UCPA. Previously, he worked for ten years in the ESS (CEGES, Finansol, NGO advocacy) and ten years in a cabinet within local authorities.
UCPA is also a very active employer and trainer with young people. In 2019, 55% of those recruited were under 25 years old. With UCPA Formation, the association offers numerous possibilities for training and professional integration, especially for young people who have dropped out of school. Each year, nearly 1,600 young people receive training in sports professions, which represents nearly 387,544 hours of training in 2019.
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J'ai investi dans UCPA car c’est une très belle association et le son projet social est très bon. J’espere que l’ucpa pourra reprendre vite see activites.
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