The Sorigué Foundation, created by Mr and Mrs Sorigué, has been implementing social, educational and cultural projects for over 20 years with the support of the Sorigué Group, a pioneer in the application of socially responsible policies.
The Sorigué Foundation offers scholarships and receives requests for social assistance in conjunction with various public institutions.
1992 saw the opening of a special school for the mentally disabled which today has become a leading institution in social development and integration.
Since 1999, the Sorigué Foundation has been working to create a collection of international contemporary art made up of more than 450 works from all disciplines.
Work is currently taking place on an architectural project to house the Sorigué collection.