Win-win! Love international food? And supporting worthy causes? Read on to discover two worthy Geneva organizations aiming to bring delicious food to a plate near you (and warm/fuzzy feelings to the city’s do-gooders).
Finally, the last cold blast of the 2020/2021 winter is (knock on wood!) in the rearview. A quick glance at …
Peer support is not only for patients. It’s also there for the silent heroes who, either out of love or out of goodness, provide an unwavering support, for months or sometimes years, to someone diagnosed with cancer.
This Friday (after 15:00) and Saturday you may arrive at your grocery store and notice a buzz in the air. …
I’m a skier so I’m sensitive to the dismal year we are experiencing this year in the Swiss Alps. December was the …
What better month to discuss donating blood than February, the month of hearts, love and the color red.
After a rollercoaster 15 months of training, this past Saturday I handed Voice’s leash to Le Copain’s caretakers and watched as he was led away.
This Saturday you will arrive at your grocery store and notice a buzz in the air. The store will be full of friendly volunteers handing out paper bags with a list of non-perishable food items and hygienic products. This is Partage…sharing.
The idea of using dragonboat races to promote cancer awareness was to disprove the then-prevalent theory that women with breast cancer should not exercise their arms. The first organizer wanted survivors of breast cancer to join together in order to paddle for health and social wellbeing.
It’s a huge pleasure to support this worthwhile charity, to see firsthand the generosity of the Genevan shoppers and to wonder in abject amazement who would donate a tin of Brussel sprouts, indeed who even knew such an item existed…..