Bequeathing a gift to OSE perpetuates the memory of a loved one by linking their name to a life-long project.

Making a bequest, a posthumous donation or taking out a life insurance contract for OSE is a gesture that helps guarantee the sustainability of our projects and ensures a better future for all beneficiaries – children, the elderly and the disabled. It allows our caregiver teams to pursue OSE’s historic mission by finding sustainable solutions to medico-social problems.

How can you help?

1 Consent to a legacy: You bequeath all or part of your property to OSE via a will that will take effect upon death.

To make a bequest to the OSA – click here

2 Make a donation: One person (the donor) transfers while alive, and irrevocably, the rights or ownership of some property to another person (the recipient).

Our guarantees on the use of your donation:

– Charter Committee: OSE is approved by the Charter Committee. It is committed to strict rules to ensure an impartial, transparent and rigorous operation.
– The annual accounts are certified by an auditor, subject to government and submitted under the 1991 Act to review by the Court of Auditors
– The allocation of your bequest or donation is subject to review by the Paris Prefecture


If you have questions or would like to receive a brochure with more information about bequests, donations and life insurance, please write to us at:
Donations and Bequests Service, 27, avenue de Ségur, 75007 Paris

Attention Martine Nataf

tel: +33 1 71 39 70 27

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