Albatross Foundation is a non-profit association established in 2011 in Singapore, in 2012 in China and in 2017 in France. Its aim is to promote free education for all and to build a global organization that promotes the sustainable development of youth education by means of innovative interactive and playful tools. Due to environmental challenges in China, Albatross Foundation focused in its early years on training Chinese children in primary schools with programs aimed at the environment and ecosystem conservation.
Initially, Albatross Foundation developed a series of 20 trilingual books (French/English/Chinese) targeting children's awareness of the environment and humanist values. The books were launched in 2010 at the World Expo in Shanghai with the first Albatross Collection set on the elements of nature (water, earth, air, light fire, tree) being presented to First Lady Carla Sarkozy and promoted during activities at the French Pavilion for 6 months. Thanks to Social Responsibility programs (Responsabilité Sociétale , or RES) for large groups, the Albatross Foundation went viral in China and France through a "Train-the-Trainers" method to train employees who themselves went on to deliver training programs to children.