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Social Bar Dijon
Equities - IR 2022

  • Reduced inequality
  • Sustainable cities and communities
Impact category Sustainable living Degree of maturity
Amount collected : € 70 143.75


The recent health crisis has reminded us how essential solidarity, diversity and inclusion are to social cohesion. But it is without waiting for this global awareness that the Social Bar has taken up the fight against exclusion and social isolation: a mission that it has honored since 2016. Much more than a simple friendly and festive bar, the Social Bar energizes the territories, offering a unique meeting place for fragile populations that are particularly exposed to isolation: people with disabilities, unemployed, refugees or even the elderly. With its solidarity evenings, it is a real springboard for meetings and sharing. It is a way of forging and renewing links not only between populations, but also with the local associative fabric. Indeed, with its concept already successfully implemented in Paris, Stasbourg, Saint-Ouen and Biarritz, the Social Bar invites its investors (or co-investors) to choose the associations to which 15% of the annual profit will be donated. Thanks to's solidarity fundraising, the city of Dijon will have the pleasure of hosting the next bar, and will participate in spreading this model to serve the population and the attractiveness of the territory.

Invest in the development of a laboratory of conviviality based on inclusion and diversity and become co-directors of the Social Bar of Dijon!

Un laboratoire de convivialités, solidarités et festivités.


Nicolas K.

J'ai investi dans Social Bar Dijon car je suis dijonnais et solidariste :D

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Risks: Investing in young companies presents a significant risk of partial or total loss of the invested amount as well as a risk of illiquidity.