Lecteurs.com joins the Orange Foundation

Since it was founded in 1987, one of the Orange Foundation’s aims has been to provide access to culture for everyone.
For example, the Foundation promotes and supports singers as well as introducing new audiences to live opera through open-air and cinema screenings. We also support new forms of learning, providing access to a wealth of cultural offerings at major institutions, with our original cultural MOOCs.

Today, digital technologies are also a means of sharing the riches of literature with a vast community of enthusiastic readers: by supporting new writers, and introducing new readers to the joys of reading… lecteurs.com is a natural fit for the Orange Foundation’s programme of support for culture.

Singing, literature, arts... we believe in a world of openness, creativity, communication, and sharing.



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