15th Tour de France, 15 children saved

As every year, Mécénat Chirurgie Cardiaqueis present on the caravan of the Tour de France as an Official Association. The arrival of the Tour de France on Sunday, July 29th on the Champs-Élysées was an opportunity for us to take stock. Through all their actions, our partners have surpassed themselves to save 15 children instead of the 13 initially announced!

A close-knit team of volunteers

Colomba, Julie, Maxime, Johnny and Ludivine, our five volunteers travelled the roads of the Grande Boucle aboard the famous Tour caravan to make the Association's cause known to as many people as possible. Our foster families, volunteers, Runners of the Heart have mobilized to welcome them at every stage.

Farmers have heart

Each year, the FNSEA offers to all MSDSRF to participate in the "Farmers Love the Ride" contest. This competition consists of drawing giant visuals, filmed as the cyclists pass by during the last stage. In partnership with the Association, the Ile-de-France farmers have brought this project to a successful conclusion and we thank them from the bottom of our hearts.

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"Ile de France farmers have their hearts on their hands."

This Tour de France which took place under the sign of sharing and cohesion allowed us to raise the funds to operate on 15 children with heart disease. Thanks to volunteersWe wish to thank you, our partners and all the participants who came to support us and see you next year!  

Our volunteers are essential to the life of the Association.

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