Confined but not resigned!
A few days before the Easter holidays, some Bachelor’s students set up a fundraising project in 24 hours. The goal is to buy chocolates for caregivers and their families!
They are six students from the INSEEC Sport, INSEEC Bachelor and CESNI Bachelor programs.
Six to applaud every night at 8:00 p.m. at their window. One wonders what more they could do… Cap or no cap?
With their complementary skills, Aurélie, Mattia, Hugo, Jérémie, Louis and Thibault – called LÉCAPS – are launching a fundraising campaign today via the “Leetchi” platform.
This is to launch the first of several actions: buy as many eggs, chickens, rabbits and other chocolate treats as possible !
“Our caregivers are so stretched! They may not have time to buy Easter chocolates for their families, explains Hugo. So why not give them some relief and show them our deepest gratitude? And there may even be a little left over to sweeten their hospital breaks.
“We don’t spend anything these days! So we can make a small gesture…”.
A virtuous kitty
Under the leadership of Alexandre Valentino, the person in charge of events and community life on campus, the students hope to make “boxes full of chocolate”. To the hospitals of Annecy, Aix-les-Bains, Chambéry, and the private hospital Médipôle in Challes-les-Eaux.
I’m not surprised,” says David Bouvier, director of the INSEEC U. campus, with a smile. Chambéry campus. Our students are used to being very active throughout the year. They get involved in associations that they create or join. That’s what the business school spirit is all about: giving your time and energy in a totally selfless way!
The link to the kitty is online: https: //www.leetchi.com/c/lecaps!
It will allow the purchase of chocolates via the Savoyard distributor Patis Service already convinced by the students to practice a cost price.
Solicited by the students, the Rotary-Club of Chambéry-Challes-les-Eaux initiated the donations with a generous envelope of 4 000€ for the caregivers.
The Rotary Club is a historical partner of the Chambéry campus,
Patrick Manipoud, a physician and club president, was excited, as were all members, about this initiative to support caregivers. The Club, whose main goal is to help others, immediately responded to the call from the young people of INSEEC U. Chambéry.Updated 24 February 2022