Albi. A cross-company challenge for solidarity actions –

The gist: An Albigensian company is organizing a cross-company day dedicated to sport and well-being at the stadium on November 30th.

The business services and consulting company Be Impuls, founded in Albi in 2020, is organizing a cross-company event at the stadium on Thursday, November 30th.

“This event is intended to strengthen team cohesion through sports, physical and wellness activities in favor of solidarity actions,” explains Marion Barres from Be Impuls.

The solidarity campaign is aimed at people with disabilities. The aim is to finance the takeover of Hopper Blades, also an Albigensian company. In collaboration with the Ecole des Mines, sports running shoes have been developed that will allow you to rediscover the joy of running.

“As the 2024 Paralympic Games approach in France, we must do everything we can to build a more inclusive and united society,” said Stéphanie Guiraud-Chaumeil, the mayor of Albi, who attended the event through her sports department.

Around forty companies have already registered

Around forty companies have already registered a team from among their employees. This day at the stadium will take two forms: workshops on physical activity and well-being (yoga, cross-training, etc.) but also the organization of a padel tournament.

Speakers offer lectures on the topics of performance and quality of life in the workplace. A big evening will end this day with the presentation of the Hopper leaves.

The artist Priscille Deborah, who is equipped with a bionic arm, created the prizes that will be awarded this evening. An exhibition dedicated to his works will be presented.

“Companies still have the opportunity To for our event,” says Marion Barres, who would like to give away blades to people with disabilities and pass others on to an association.

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