– The ethical and solidarity track game organized for 6 years by Paris Par Rues Méconnues with animations (songs, music, dance, debates etc…) highlighting the talents and local actors of the district to collect material (medical, school), toys, clothes and non-perishable foodstuffs to help in France as well as abroad is back to “enliven” the 19th and 20th districts.

The causes supported this year

This year ” Résous-Moi “, whose theme is the cinema, will take place from June 19th to 21st and will give you the opportunity to win many gifts (a painting worth 1000 € painted by the artist Sophie Geffray, tee-shirts, gift vouchers, dinners for two, gourmet walks, boxes of all kinds) and will honor : France we still work to make daily basis living conditions better for homeless people

Preparing food for the homeless

 

Burkina Faso with the association Kouzenidjoa .specializing in eco-tourism and the preservation of ancestral arts. It helps train unemployed youth to become tour guides themselves.

Ecotourism Burkina Faso + Tiébélé village

Our project is to be involved in the construction of an elementary school of 700 students with classes for trisomic and hearing impaired students as well as a home . It will last over 2 years.

 

And  in Senegal with the association Village Pilote and their French branch Village Pilote France-Europe

Tracking games

This Saturday, a treasure hunt is organized in favor of two disabled  and orphan children .
With our treasure hunt in the two districts (19th and 20th), answer the questions asked and keep in mind the clues given by our shopkeepers, inhabitants and artists to answer the riddles!
An original and fun way to discover the history and heritage of these neighborhoods in northeastern Paris in the form of an orientation walk.

– The hunt that will start from 2pm to 5pm. Results at 6pm
– The treasure is hidden money and gifts distributed in several places through riddles and tests.

 

Collect of goods for good

Collecting glasses for the orphans
Collecting glasses for the orphans

#ResousMoi2015 : The collection continues Collect your old glasses
An old adage says that you can only see well with your heart
A rare opportunity: you and I have the chance to prove it wrong.

We all have old pairs of glasses or sunglasses that are no longer suitable for us and that are lying around in our drawers. Don’t throw them away, recycle them! If they are no longer useful here, they are useful elsewhere

In our western countries, almost 10 million pairs of glasses in good condition and not too damaged are thrown away every year, because they are out of fashion or other. However, in the third and fourth world, there are more than 200 million people suffering from visual problems and who, due to lack of means, adequate social system, doctors, geographical proximity, or even governmental policy, do not have the possibility to afford them.

Even in France, many people have difficulty affording what the social security system considers to be a luxury, but is in fact a necessity.

Children are the most affected.

Faithful to its line of conduct, Paris Par Rues Méconnues and its accomplices the associations Village Pilote in Senegal & Kouzenidjoa in Burkina Faso, collects the glasses you no longer want, in order to transport them to their destination.

The collection continues to this day and until Résous Moi 2016 in June of next year.

Our festival through the pictures

#ResolveMe2015- #SolveMe2015
A small idea of the atmosphere and who reigned on the Belvedere today
A small glimpse of our crazy day between Black Moz‘s prose, Wake Up the Vlad’s swing, Kenzoa’s or our Pierrot lunaire’s free style impros, Jill and the Grandes Filles‘s colorful dresses, the walkers who came to bask in the sun for a picnic before bravely walking the hills of Belleville, Antoine from #PanoramaGourmand and his delicious sandwiches
Special mention to Ahmed and our Mathieu who seemed to multiply again today.

Our favorite French West indies band 9.7 degres did a number and set the streets on fire

Red Epic Production is honored to document the very 1st
Resty Lagare charity high fasion show in Butuan city.
To be part of the event was breathtaking enough and we were impressed by the collection’s stunning beauty, and indeed, by Resty Lagare and local designers’ wonderful contribution.
Here’s a little snip of the documentation avp. Enjoy!
Beneficiaries: Gesu Eucaristico Children’s Inc. and Balay Silonganan. Produced by One Closet and Rotary Club Area 3I and Area 3J. Principal
sponsor: LGU Butuan City/ Mayor RC Lagnada. Major sponsors: Congressman Lawrence Fortun, Equi-Parco Construction Company, Globe Telecom, GCash, Chng Poh Guan, FSUU HS Batch 1990, Watergate Hotel and Grand Palace Hotel. Minor sponsors: Rotary Club of West Triangle QC and P/Col. Adolph C. Almendra.

Our project is to be involved in the construction of an elementary school of 700 students with classes for trisomic and hearing impaired students as well as a home.

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