For the children: Opération Briques Escalpade 2014


For the past 15 years, Escalpade has been building projects for children and adolescents with motor-neurological deficiencies. Thanks to your generosity and the support from numerous donors, the association successfully built an adapted building for kindergarten/primary school children in Bouvain-la-Neuve in 2005; it also bought and renovated a building for students in secondary school in Limal in 2009; it organizes summer and after-school activities every year.

Today, more than 100 students are enrolled in the two schools. Escalpade is continuing its ‘building’ role with two new major projects: the enlargement of the primary/kindergarten school and the creation of a day centre for disabled adults… indeed, children are growing fast and will soon become the adults of tomorrow.

Escalpade needs your help with its ‘8th Opération Briques 2014.’

Buy a symbolic brick containing three delicious Corné Port-Royal chocolates for €5 or make a donation to the Escalpade account (tax exemption as from €40 donation).

BE17 1910 5178 4121 – BIC CREGBEBB

Sales outlets will be organized in NATO, in the European and international institutions throughout February and March 2014. And here’s where Together readers can help – fancy organizing a sale of chocolates in your workplace?

For more information, contact Lisa McGowan at +32 (0)476 213 193 or visit