Worldline - 2020 Universal Registration Document


EXTRA-FINANCIAL STATEMENT OF PERFORMANCE Ensuring business ethics within our value chain

Worldline France offered technological sponsorship to the non-profit association “Un rien c’est tout” , whose mission is to promote solidarity project in collaboration with partners association. The projects are dedicated to four major causes that perfectly align with Worldline’s main societal objectives: childhood, education, health and the environment. The Group offers 40,000 banking transactions per month on the OUI SNCF website with the Worldline SIPS solution. These transactions resulted in a donation of € 159,338 in 2020. Specific initiatives relating to D.4.5.1 children care and empowerment (non-exhaustive list) Worldline launches and promotes initiatives to raise funds and support child protection services and even health and education services, thus helping sick children or those living in needy areas. In the United Kingdom, the most emblematic action of employees is the Railway children Charity that raises funds to help homeless children who often seek shelter in train stations, in the UK. In 2020, 6.7m children are dangerously malnourished because of the impact of Covid-19. As a player in the railway industry (with its e-ticketing activity), Worldline UK participated to the Get on Track Challenge, an event during which employees attempt to walk, run or cycle the distance of the UK and Ireland rail network. The distance travelled is then converted into money and donated to the association.

In Germany, The Group has been supporting children from the Monikahaus family centre, via its Frankfurt site, since 1999. This is a social project run by the Catholic Church that focuses on the psychosocial education of children and teenagers with difficult family backgrounds and behavioural disorders. The Aachen site also gives donations and employees working hours or free time to projects of the Kinder-und Jugendhilfe Brand project, an institution offering care as well as in-patient and out-patient services to children. In India, Worldline made donations to the Catalysts for Social Action programme (CSA) that promotes child welfare and adoption through nutrition, hygiene & health, education & vocational skills, infrastructure support and recreation activities. In 2020, Worldline India participated in the Digital Engagement programme which goal is to: Virtually engage with child and young adult regarding ● educational content and other meaningful activity; Ensure constant connection with teachers and mentors ● who are unable to visit children within Child Care Institution (CCI) premises during lockdowns and other restrictions; Conduct online counselling and mentoring of children and ● young adults. Considering the impact of Covid-19, actions were undertaken on health, hygiene and nutrition with the objective to provide essential necessities in case CCI’s were unable to replenish their stock due to lack of funds.


Universal Registration Document 2020

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