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The Fondation Brocher is an essential player in this vital thinking process: one which will help make us aware of the real challenges in using our resources for maximum impact on the health of the people of the world.



Professor Daniel Wikler, Harvard University


The Brocher Foundation is a Swiss non-profit private foundation  recognized of public interest. Your donations are tax deductible according to the regulations in force.

Virtual visit of the domain

The domain of the Brocher Foundation covers nearly three acres on the shores of Lake Geneva in Hermance, near Geneva. Also facing the peaks of the Jura, the Brocher Centre is a haven of peace. As such, it provides an ideal setting for retreats and meetings. The park with its variety of trees, lime, chestnut, tulip, maple or pine sapo, is a source of inspiration and  reflection. The Gloriette and its Doric columns - roof overlooking Lake Geneva - is a peaceful place, cradled by the waves.


 The Brocher Villa

Built in 1884, Villa Brocher was renovated in 2010. Modern furnishings contrast nicely with the architecture of the 19th century to make this building particularly elegant. Its dining room and lounge are perfect to host small meetings.



The Brocher Centre

The Brocher Centre Auditorium can accommodate up to sixty people. Modular, it can receive smaller groups around a round table. With an audio-visual equipment suitable for modern conferences, it also offers a stunning view of the lake and the Jura through its bay windows.


The Orangerie

This Art Nouveau building consists of a single rectangular volume with wide glass. Openings, large arched windows, wrought iron and glass are polychrome. It overlooks a rose garden.

The Pavillon des Bois

From a wood and garden tools shed, the old "pile" became a pavilion housing two bedrooms and a studio

At the time of its completion, it housed a dovecote. This function is still perceptible in the openings of the facade, which now only have a decorative function.