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Giving Tuesday 2018 - Nov. 27

11 115 €

raised so far. Fundraising target 12 000 €

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Mécénat Chirurgie Cardiaque participe cette année au mouvement Giving Tuesday. VINCI Energies a décidé de soutenir cette action en créant une collecte, et abondera les dons effectués de 50%.

Mécénat Chirurgie Cardiaque is part of the global giving movement Giving Tuesday. VINCI Energies supports the movement and contributes to its employees' donations. The Group will donate 50% of the total amount raised with this fundraising campaign.

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  • 15/11/2018

    Violaine BAZIL

    Team creator

  • 16/11/2018

    Murielle DELAMOURD

    Membre de l'équipe

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04/12/2018

10 000 €

03/12/2018

Bruno FONNESU

30 €

29/11/2018

Sylvain RAMBEAU

5 €

Parce que les enfants le valent bien :)

28/11/2018

Isabelle Rougemont

50 €

28/11/2018

50 €

28/11/2018

Emilien Boulidard

10 €

27/11/2018

Emmanuel Musy

150 €

27/11/2018

Cécile FRICOT

50 €

Un petit geste qui sauve des vies. Très belle initiative !

27/11/2018

Laurent BUT

150 €

Bravo et merci à Vinci Energies de soutenir cette belle cause !

27/11/2018

Abiodun Oyafajo

20 €

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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!