April 6, 2021
The Ineos pot for 'Enfants sans douleur' breaks the €10,000 mark!
With each of the Aiglons' goals, INEOS gives €200 to the associations that belong to the 'Enfants Sans Douleur' (Children Without Pain) programme, which supports a number of micro-associations working with children.
Kasper Dolberg's double against Nantes took the 2020/21 pot to €10,400. It would have been even more had Pierre Lees-Melou's shot found the net and not the woodwork…
Dimanche dernier, le de @Dolbergofficial lors de #FCNOGCN a propulsé la cagnotte @INEOS pour "Enfants sans Douleur" au-delà des 10 000 €— Fonds de Dotation OGC Nice (@fdd_ogcnice) April 6, 2021
La somme s'élève désormais à
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THE 'ENFANTS SANS DOULEUR' PROGRAMME'
Launched in 2005, 'Enfants sans Douleur' aims to support small local associations who work with hospitalised children or children with debilitating illness.
To do that, as well as the INEOS pot, Le Gym dedicates a game each season to the cause. One euro from the price of every ticket sold is doubled by the club and there is also a €1000 contribution from the Supporters Club (CDS). This money is then distributed among the various associations.
Since its foundation, 'Enfants sans Douleur' has contribued more than €300,000 to numerous projects. Pierre Lees-Melou has been the programme's ambassador since 2017/18.