When I rediscovered sports with 38 years old, I also found ways to do good.
Swimming for Hôpi Clown
Hôpi Clown gives hospitalized children the power to play and laugh to better cope with the disease. The child out of his usual environment can be entertained in many ways: laughter, storytelling, play, clowning, singing, music, puppetry and painting.
Running for ELA
ELA is an European association against the leucodystrophies. It’s a group of orphan genetic diseases. Leukodystrophies destroy the central nervous system (brain and spinal cord) of children and adults. They affect the myelin, a white substance that envelops the nerves at the way of an electrical sheath.