The Try To Help 4.0 charity event at Lenotre Parc de Mougins was attended by celebrities from the world of cinema, sport and entertainment around Adriana Karembeu.
The lavish charity event Try To Help 4.0, organized on July 3, 2015 by Magali Depperier, publishing editor of the Try Me Luxury & Charity Magazine and the famous brand of eyewear Atol Les Opticiens, was intended to raise funds for children with serious diseases, like the little Paloma, suffering from neurofibromatosis.
Under the sign of prestige, beauty and elegance, the Try To Help 4.0 evening was the rendezvous for celebrities from the fashion world like the godmother of the evening, the sculptural top model Adriana Karambeu, accompanied by Philippe Peyrard, CEO of Atol Les Opticiens, of which she is the muse. Cinema was represented by actor Hippolyte Girardot, godfather of the association Les Toiles Enchantées, the sports world by handball player William Accambray, godfather of the association Sourire et Partage and the sportswomen Victoria Ravva, volleyball player Jéléna Lozancic and Olympic swimmer Elodie Lorendi.
The sunny presence of the 11-year-old Paloma, suffering from neurofibromatosis, showed that between two sessions of chemotherapy, a child still remains a child, with her games, her carelessness but also her quest for love and hope to defeat disease.
Delighting the children
During the evening, Gisèle Tsobanian, founder of the association Les Toiles Enchantées, explained how important it was to provide sick children the opportunity to get away from the difficult circumstances in their everyday lives while struggling against loneliness and discouragement by providing access to culture and entertainment.
For this, the teams install throughout France, where there are needed, projectors, screens, loudspeakers to turn meeting rooms or lecture or games halls into real movie theaters to delight these children with movies that give them the feeling of escape and freedom they so desperately need.
Need for gestures of generosity
For the cinema in hospitals to continue, generous impulses, charity events are need like that organized by Try Me and thanks all the people involved in the noble cause of children. Frederic Gallet, co-founder of the association Sourire et Partage, explained how important it was to help morally and materially seriously ill children and their families through various activities such that of sports and entertainment personalities who visit every month the hospitals in the French Riviera. Throughout the year, the organization of charity events to raise money to be given the various associations that help seriously ill children, is essential.
Photo call for the stars
A photo session was organized in the magnificent greenery setting of the Parc Lenotre garden. The opportunity for the beautiful Adriana Karembeu to be admired by the 200 guests of the evening, all fans of the beautiful Atol The Opticiens muse. Wearing the latest fashionable pair, Adriana played with the glasses to the delight of its CEO, Philippe Peyrard. The guests could then discover during their strolls through the park, the paintings from the Guillaume Poisson art gallery, located in the old village of Mougins, or relax quietly, sipping a cocktail in a musical atmosphere by the band Sisters G.
A raffle with prestigious prizes
During the evening Try To Help, each guest could purchase raffle tickets at 50 euros. The money was raised to the benefit of the associations Les Toiles Enchantées and Sourire et Partage. This raffle with rich brand prizes was animated by renowned Jean-Marc Généreux, from the show Dancing with the Stars on M6. It aimed to exceed the 10,000 euros raised last year.
To close this sumptuous evening full of heart and generosity, a magnificent fireworks illuminated the gardens of the Parc Lenotre. Guests marvel at the beauty with eyes full of stars and were all children for a moment.
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