Thanks to the most magical of solidarity raffles, the Winter Time Paris, the Faubourg Saint-Honoré Committee donated €42,900 to help us accelerate the fight against childhood cancer.


Launched on November 18, 2021, during the Christmas lighting of rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, under the sponsorship of Léna Situations and Bernard Laporte, the Winter Time solidarity raffle has just ended.

Thanks to the support of the 116 French luxury houses members of the Faubourg Saint-Honoré Committee and many personalities who offered prizes and exceptional experiences, it was possible to collect more than €42,900.

The entire amount collected during this solidarity event will be donated to our association, which has been mobilizing for 10 years against childhood cancer.

Patricia Blanc, Founding President of Imagine for Margo: “At the dawn of the international day for the fight against childhood cancer, our priority is to continue to mobilize as many people as possible in order to accelerate research to give hope of healing to ALL children and teenagers with cancer. Thanks to the action of the Faubourg-Saint-Honoré Committee, its members and the personalities who have mobilized to support us in this event, we continue to accelerate research and move towards a world with children without cancer. . »

Benjamin Cymerman, President of the Faubourg Saint-Honoré Committee: “Once again, the dynamic and united teams of the Faubourg Saint-Honoré Committee have breathed the magic of Christmas around the cause that is close to our hearts, the health of children.

Thanks to the extraordinary support of our partners, luxury houses members of the Committee and personalities loyal to the event, we had the joy of collecting a few thousand euros which we will donate in full to the Imagine For Margo Association, which has been mobilizing for more than 10 years in research and support for children with cancer.

More than ever, let’s remain united and committed, this is the wish that the Faubourg Saint-Honoré Committee expresses for this new year 2022.”

As World Childhood Cancer Day on February 15, 2022, approaches and our multimedia awareness campaign is in full swing, the success of the Winter Time operation symbolizes another step forward towards a world with children without cancer.