Created in 2009, the Humanitas Europæ Foundation is acknowledged as an institution of public utility, whose aim is to disinterestedly promote European culture in all its forms, as well as the study of its diverse origins, through the knowledge and use of Latin and Ancient Greek.

Humanitas Europæ offers study grants and organizes courses for young schoolteachers, with a view to raising the profile of classical studies and encouraging the speaking of Latin. The Foundation also supports research, theses, translations and publications related to Latin and Ancient Greek, in addition to organizing concerts and conferences in partnership with other institutions, in a spirit conducive to the exchange of ideas.

Charlemagne rend visite aux écoliers, par Paul Lehugeur, XIXe siècle.