Who they are ?
The Marine’s Smile non-profit organization was created on September 4th, 2016. The french NGO aim to improve the living conditions of YAPPENATIM orphanage in Bali, which has 142 children aged 6 to 19 living in an extremely precarious environment.The projects supported by the NGO range the orphanage’s building renovation as well as providing new furnitures, providing fund for children’s education and care.
Fore more information about the organization
Lions Half marathon and 10 kms
Rueil Malmaison (Paris Suburb)
Charity Run for Marine’s smile association
What did we do ?
Last March 17th, 26 dataikers ran the « Lions Half marathon and 10 kms » of Rueil Malmaison (Paris Suburb) in order to raise money for the Association Marine’s smile. As part of the Ikigai initiative, for each kilometer (=0.621371 miles) ran, the association was supposed to receive 5 euros….As 15 dataikers did the half marathon and 11 did the 10km race and finished them, Marine’s smile has received a cheque of 2140 euros !
This charity run was the second one in Paris after « les foulées royales » the previous year : each event more dataikers are joining and they run even more !
Some fun facts
- Very motivated to join the start line 🙂
- Some of them had to deal not only with the rain but with the hail ! (is it the right word for small ice falling right in your face ?)
- Bonus : One of them did the race for his birthday : special thanks 🙂
« L’association a bénéficié d’un virement de 2140 euros de la part de DATAIKU en date du 29 Mars 2019… C’est vraiment génial !!
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