Husky Injection Molding Systems S.A., in solidarity with SOS Villages d’Enfants Monde, has collected €17,216 for the communities of Kaolack in Senegal.
For twelve years Husky Injection Molding Systems S.A. has been firmly committed to SOS Villages d’Enfants Monde. In 2018, 41 runners from the association raised €15,125 at the start of the ING Night Marathon Luxembourg, while two "solidarity" surveys initiated by Husky employees with their customers helped to collect a further €2,091. In total, the association managed to collect €17,216 for SOS Villages d’Enfants Monde's development programme in Kaolack, Senegal.
As is the case every year, Husky's management, represented by Stefano Mirti, Hot Runners President, Controllers and Medical Molds, and company employees including Aurore Fryns (Project Manager for Transformation) and many of the runners have just presented SOS Villages d’Enfants Monde representatives a cheque for the collected sum. On this occasion, Stefano Mirti praised "the efforts of marathon participants and the initiatives undertaken by Husky employees" and to congratulated "the sustainability of this solidarity action towards SOS Villages d’Enfants Monde".
For their part, the representatives of the association warmly thanked the management and staff of Husky for their long-standing commitment before presenting the Community Support Programme for the Protection of Children in Kaolack, Senegal. Set up in 2017 and supported until 2021 by SOS Villages d’Enfants Monde, the Kaolack programme supports 73 families (371 children and 101 tutors, most of them girls and women) in this large city in western Senegal.