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The Stibbe Brussels Charity Weeks from the 4th to the 22nd of December 2017

The Stibbe Brussels Charity Weeks from the 4th to the 22nd of Decembe

The Stibbe Brussels Charity Weeks from the 4th to the 22nd of December 2017

07.12.2017 BE law

After our successful participation in the Warmathon and Rode Neuzen Dag in 2016, we are calling on all the Brussels Stibbe people to participate again enthusiastically this year during the Stibbe Brussels Charity Weeks from the 4th to 22nd December.

From all over the Brussels office, Stibbe people are setting up initiatives to raise money. They can choose from three different kinds of activities:

  • Participating in the Warmathon in Brussels on Wednesday, 20 December. This event is organized by Studio Brussels, a Flemish radio station. For every kilometer our people run, Stibbe will donate a fixed amount to ToekomstATELIERdelavenir.
  • Organizing a creative fundraising event at the office. The raised funds go to a charity of choice of the organizer. Stibbe will match all donations and donate the total funds raised from all events within the office to a charity supported by Stibbe.
  • Colleagues can challenge each other. For every completed challenge, Stibbe will buy Viva for Life Christmas baubles that will be used to decorate the offices.

To all the Stibbe people: show your most creative and warmest side this year!

 

 

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