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Actemium NDT Engineering & Services

420 €

raised so far. Fundraising target 500 €

84%

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Why does this project mean a lot to you? Pass your commitment on to us! 
Our company Actemium NDT E & S would like to apply its values ​​of solidarity, trust, entrepreneurship, responsibility and autonomy to an action that goes beyond the company.

What is your goal?
Our goal is to raise funds for the Mecenat Chirurgie Cardiaque but also to get good results on the transat Jacques Vabre race.

Something you would like to add? An anecdote to share?
Good race and thank you all for this fundraising for Mécénat Chirurgie Cardiaque.

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  • 25/07/2019

    Jonathan Pitre

    Créateur de la page
    (Team creator)

  • 25/07/2019

    Benjamin Belleau

    Membre de l'équipe

  • 25/07/2019

    serge selles

    Directeur

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13/09/2019

Alain BREYSSE

20 €

11/08/2019

100 €

05/08/2019

Bruno THIEBAUT

30 €

04/08/2019

Martine PITRE

50 €

Bon vent à vous tous

25/07/2019

AUDE LE MOULEC

20 €

BELLE ACTION. BRAVO

25/07/2019

Serge selles

100 €

25/07/2019

jonathan pitre

100 €

Tous mon soutien à l'association MCC ainsi qu'à Samantha Davies pour la transat Jacques Vabre !
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Braving the oceans to save children with Initiatives-Cœur

VINCI Energies has teamed up with the sailboat Initiatives-Cœur to support the work of Mécénat Chirurgie Cardiaque. Our goal is to enhance the sailboat’s performance, boost the visibility of its cause and thereby save even more children.

Worldwide, nearly one in every 1,000 children is born with a heart defect.

The humanitarian organisation Mécénat Chirurgie Cardiaque enables these children to come to France for a medical operation when they cannot receive treatment in their home country due to a lack of financial or technical resources. Together, let’s take action!