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Concours de masques VINCI Energies

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This year, VINCI Energies' employees add the possibility to involve their children in the Initiatives-Cœur project through a mask contest. The idea was simple: Children of VINCI Energies employees or employees were participating by customizing a mask related to Salvador de Bahia (arrival of the Transat Jacques Vabre race). €10 were donated by VINCI Energies to the organisation for each mask received.

We've received 1742 masks from all over the world.

Cette année, les collaborateurs de VINCI Energies ont pu associer leurs enfants au projet Initiatives-Coeur, à travers un concours de masques. Le principe était simple : les enfants des collaborateurs ou les collaborateurs envoyaient un masque en lien avec Salvador de Bahia (arrivée de la Transat Jacques Vabre), et VINCI Energies versait 10€ à l'association pour chaque masque reçu.

Nous aons reçu 1742 masques.

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  • 05/12/2019

    Violaine BAZIL

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15/01/2020

Brith Otterud

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05/12/2019

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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!