Caroline and Louise are happy to support 3 associations that means a lot to them.
In France, since 1994, the Estee Lauder group France and Marie Claire Magazine have gathered their effort to fight breast cancer and have created the association Le Cancer du Sein, Parlons-en! This association informs women of the role and importance of early screening. They invest time to help breast cancer research. Every year their engagement and mobilisation increases in order to talk more and more to women about early screening.
Since 2004, the price Prix Ruban Rose helps financially the research for Breast Cancer.
Autistic persons need help in every moments of their lives. AFG Autisme teaches autistic persons to become autonomous from the earliest age to give them a chance to fit socially and professionally.
Autistic persons have issues with communication and social interactions. Often, few can fit into society. Today AFG Autisme helps 427 children and 146 adults in structures made for their needs to help them learn to fit in the society.
AFG help promote:
- Education, quality of life, social and professional help to fit into society
- Develop, create and manage services and establishments in charge of helping disabled persons
- The quality of services given to autictic persons.
For the association Enfants du desert, the solidarity continues through the help given by the Roses to the foundation of Equinoterapia del Azul of Salta. The foundation uses horses as therapeutic partners for disabled children (motor, sensorial or mental illnesses) of the Salta region. The medical team adapts every session to every child depending of their pathology which will help the child to be in the best conditions. This therapy helps children to open themselves to the world but also by improving on themselves (mentally and physically)
In 2014 and 2015, thanks to the generosity of the Roses, it’s almost 40.000€ that were collected and helped to:
- Welcome more children
- Create a new building to help with new activities
- Get new horses
- Employ more supervisors and therapists