Mathilde et Frédéric devant leur tandem avec des drapeaux de l'association Mécénat Chirurgie Cardique
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METPARK supports the charity Mécénat Chirurgie Cardiaque through the challenge “Un Coeur gros comme ça !! »

published on Friday 11 August 2023

Carrying out a giant GPS drawing in the world by bicycle to save sick children : this is the challenge that Mathilde and her father Frédéric have set themselves in favor of the association Mécénat Chirurgie Cardiaque. Wishing to support innovative and charitable actions, METPARK is therefore a patron of this exceptional challenge !

METPARK, a committed company, wanted to support the sponsor Chirurgie Cardiaque association through the sporting and solidarity challenge led by Mathilde and Frédéric, which highlights soft mobility. This family adventure aims to help sick and disadvantaged children. Thanks to the donation from METPARK, a seriously ill child can be operated on in France.

The challenge

Leaving with their tandem Place Bellecour in Lyon on August 16, Mathilde and Frédéric will try to trace a heart of more than 2,000 km for the association Mécénat Chirurgie Cardiaque. This exceptional and united sporting and human adventure between father and daughter will take place in 15 stages of approximately 150 km in the heart of France.

This challenge aims to meet 3 challenges :

– Collect as many funds as possible to help the association Mécénat Chirurgie Cardiaque

– Share with as many people as possible the values ​​of adventure, proximity, self-transcendence, and solidarity

– Live an exceptional family experience

A sporting challenge that could well enter the record books if it is accomplished !

Un coeur gros comme ça !!

You can follow this exceptional challenge :

The charity Mécénat Chirurgie Cardiaque

Mécénat Chirurgie Cardiaque

Mécénat Chirurgie Cardiaque Enfants du Monde : allows children with heart defects from underprivileged countries to have surgery in France when this is impossible in their country due to a lack of technical or financial resources. Hosted by volunteer host families in 9 cities in France, more than 4,000 children have been cared for since the Association was created in 1996 by Prof. Francine Leca.

To support this challenge and allow children to have surgery, participate in the collection of Frédéric and Mathilde :