Stef partners with SportAidons for an exceptional auction
On Wednesday 3 June, the Stef association launched its first sports jersey auction. Due to exceptional circumstances, we wanted this operation to benefit those who were and still are on the frontline during the coronavirus crisis.
To do so, our organisation wanted to offer a jersey in addition to a financial donation to SportAidons. Launched by goalkeeper and member of the French national handball team, Cyril Dumoulin, the association initially raised 330,000 euros. In its second phase, it hopes to reach 330,000 donors with a minimum donation of 5 euros.
Raising awareness through sport
For the initiative, SportAidons called upon many sportsmen and women. Among them, racing cyclists Thomas Voeckler and Brian Coquard, tennis player Julien Benneteau, some football personalities such as Patrice Garande or Valentin Rongier. Not forgetting the Olympic judo vice-champion Clarisse Agbegnenou.
Like Stef, SportAidons wants to raise awareness and attract attention through sport. And it was only natural that our two organisations quickly teamed up and auctioned off the Chelsea jersey, autographed by all the players and accompanied by a certificate of authenticity.