Sponsorships

Sponsorships

Wilson Sons understands the importance of contributing to the development of the country which is only possible when we investment today in solid relationships and social commitment for the benefit of the future. 
 
  
 
Our sponsorship platform is our link with society, a space in which we strengthen initiatives that reaffirm our attributes of solidity, achievement, cooperation and commitment in two different lines of action:
 
  • Line 1: Establishing a relationship with the public in the areas where the company operates, as well as engaging the internal public, training and empowering people.
  • Line 2: Actions proposed by institutions that make up the Wilson Sons' relationship network and which directly impact our activities.

Sponsored Projects:
 
Brasil de Tuhu: a sociocultural project created in 2009 in the wake of Federal Act 11.769 / 2008, which included music in school curriculums. The project seeks to disseminate the culture of musical education in the country and, in partnership with the Radamés Gnattali Quartet the project seeks to take the art of Villa Lobos, a maestro and renowned Brazilian composer, to children and educators in Brazil, through activities that raise awareness and educate people.
Visit the site and learn more about the project.

  

Estúdio Escola Animação: the project seeks to train young people from public schools in animation, whether as part of the audience, as a form of expression, or as field of professional work.

  

Instituto Reação: created in 2003 by judo athlete and Olympic medalist Flávio Canto, it aims to promote human development and social inclusion through judo practice, from beginners to high-performance athletes. About 1,200 young people and children are benefited by the five hubs of the project: Rocinha, Cidade de Deus (Jacarepaguá), Tubicanga, Pequena Cruzada and Deodoro.
Visit the site and learn more about the project.

  

Fundação Gol de Letra: the project, supervised by the Foundation, which takes place in Caju, in the port area of Rio de Janeiro, aims to provide assistance in the education of young people in the public school system, through sports, education and social interaction.
Visit the site and learn more about the project.
 
Salvador Esporte e Cidadania (Salvador Sports and Citizenship): a non-profit initiative promoted by the Instituição De Peito Aberto Incentivo ao Esporte which provides to 150 children and adolescents of the public education system, community development conditions, leading to socio-educational transformation through sports, culture, and leisure activities in the city of Salvador.
Visit the site and learn more about the project.

  

Vladimi dos Santos: a former Tecon Rio Grande employee, lost his eyesight at the age of 34 and, after that, dedicated his time to sports, becoming the main name in athletics in his region.

Núcleos Estaduais de Orquestras Juvenis e Infantis da Bahia - Neojiba: project created in 2007 by counductor and pianist Ricardo Castro, which purpose is to achieve social integration through collective practice and excellence in music. Through its Orchestral and Choral Practice Centers and extension initiatives, more than 4,600 children and adolescents are benefited by the activities.
Visit the site and learn more about the project.

  

Check out the Wilson Sons Annual Report on Sociocultural and Sporting Investments for 2018.