Friday 17 June from 4 to 6 pm– "Self Defense for Women" course for all of the women at Societe Generale, taught by Eduardo Sanz in room 8.03. Price: € 20 - All of the proceeds will be donated to the "Continue Your Studies" project run by the ASION Foundation (Association for parents of children with cancer).
Saturday 18 June: Environmental activity organised by the Adecco Foundation. Planting trees with disabled children. In addition to working on integrating disabled and non-disabled people, you can take part in activities which support the environment and sustainable development and receive training.
Date: Saturday 18 June – with partners and children
San Ildefonso Nature Preserve
Throughout the week: No to social exclusion! Come play MUS (a card game) to benefit ASIÓN
The Mus tournament is back for the 2011 social solidarity week.
Help us raise money for the ASION Foundation's "Continue Your Studies" project. Find a partner, take part in the tournament and win lots of prizes.
How will the tournament run? A drawing will be held to determine which teams will face off during each match. The tournament will be played in direct elimination, with one round every day.
When will the tournament be held? During the 2011 Social Solidarity Week (times to be determined). You will start on Thursday 16, and if you make it out of the qualifying round, you will also play on Friday 17, Monday 20 and Tuesday 21, up to the final!
Where? In the Societe Generale offices in the Picasso Tower. Participants will be informed at the beginning of the tournament.
How much does each player contribute? The sign-up fee is € 20. The bank will match that amount, so YOUR PARTICIPATION COUNTS DOUBLE!
Monday 20 June at 1 pm – Charity quiche and tortilla competition. A jury will reward the dishes' taste and originality. All employees can come to room 8.03 to taste the entries for just € 5.
Tuesday 21 June - Focus on Paris to London Bike Ride with Luc Damlaincourt
Wednesday 23 June - Drinks with INTEGRA : Volunteers will come to introduce their actions to employees and give them practical advice about how to get involved.