CCR Institute

About the Institute

The CCR Institute is a private non-profit institution created in 2014 to manage the CCR Group's social investment.

The objective is to expand the concept of mobility through initiatives in education and culture, mobility and sustainable cities, and health and safety. The Institute is in charge of all the management of the incentivized projects, campaigns, volunteering and proprietary programs, such as the Pathways to Citizenship, which serves more than 1,600 public schools, and the Pathways to Health, which offers about 50,000 health care services to truck drivers, motorcyclists, cyclists and urban mobility passengers. In 2022 alone, more than R$49 million was invested in social projects.

30

projects

supported in 2022

+2

million

people impacted

436

municipalities

benefited by the Institute

49

millions of reais

in investment for social initiatives

Projects

CCR Institute Leadership

time do Instituto CCR que executa os projetos sociais

CCR Institute's work team

Highlights

Centenaries Project exhibition - Portinari

The 'Parada Portinari' exhibition is part of the Centenaries Project, a CCR Group initiative that pays tribute to leading names in literature, architecture, music and the visual arts in Brazil who are celebrating or have already celebrated their 100th birthday. At the end of 2023, the CCR Institute and the Portinari Project signed a partnership to promote actions in celebration of the artist, who turned 120 on December 29. The exhibition will be available until the beginning of 2025, at the Higienópolis station on Line 4-Yellow.

Paths to Health at Imperatriz Airport

The Paths to Health Program, managed by the CCR Institute, has taken off in new directions. Recently, the initiative was expanded to a new CCR Group modal and to a new audience, this time in a community near Imperatriz Airport, in Maranhão.

Favela 3D: decent housing for more than 230 families

The scenery of shacks, open sewers and dirt of the old Vila Itália favela in São José do Rio Preto/SP is no longer part of the landscape. Renamed Favela Marte, the transformation is taking place before the colonization of the red planet, a narrative created by Edu Lyra, creator of the NGO Gerando Falcões, to motivate and attract partnerships to the cause. And it's working: the CCR Group, through the CCR Institute, has joined the initiative, alongside other major supporting companies. 

CCR Group and Jorge Amado House Foundation: support for Culture

The Group CCR , through the Institute CCR, supports various projects and institutions that foster culture throughout Brazil, one of which is the Casa de Jorge Amado Foundation. This support allows Wednesday visits to the Casa de Jorge Amado to be made free of charge, bringing thousands of people to this space of cultural enrichment. The Foundation is responsible for Flipelô (Pelourinho International Literary Festival), which is now in its 7th edition, democratizing access to culture.

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