AIC supports ESCA (English-Speaking Cancer Association in Geneva) each year at it’s Paddle for Cancer event with a Bake Sale to feed the hardworking hungry rowers and their fans! Hundreds come to these Dragonboat races which brings together our local and international communities to work together to help cancer patients and their families.
When: Sunday, 3 September 2017
Where: Lac de Joux in the Jura mountains
We need your HELP:
Bake: Provide home-made baked goods (contact firstname.lastname@example.org to either drop off early OR bring directly to the event)
Donate: Please give CHF 10, 20 or more to purchase healthy snacks (fruit, nuts, etc). Click REGISTER to donate.
Cheer: Come and cheer the rowing teams to the finish line!
Donations and proceeds from the festival are used to fund the expansion and distribution of ESCA services and on-going projects.
Thanks to your generosity, ESCA is able to offer cancer patients and their caregivers in Geneva their services and programs at no charge. Please make your cash donations to ESCA here.
Thanks for your support!
Civic Concerns Chair, American International Club
AIC SERVING THE COMMUNITY
The AIC Civic Concerns Committee is dedicated to making a difference and enriching people’s lives. Committee members like to get out in the community, make connections with grass roots charities and volunteer at fundraising events to give back to society and network with other club members. Serving as a conduit between companies and charities, we also connect our corporate members to charities in Geneva helping them build employee volunteerism and philanthropic programs.