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Surval Montreux’s commitment to the local community

Posted on: 04 Apr 2016

Surval Montreux takes their commitment to the local community seriously, and has for years been working with a local charity called Cartons du Coeur. On a weekly basis, Surval girls help to pack boxes for the ‘invisible poor’ and deliver them to safe and unidentifiable collection points. Another great initiative are the weekly visits Surval girls make to the Byron home for elderly people to spend time with the residents and provide warm companionship. Recently the school also started working with a local charity called L’ Étape; an ecumenical organisation which runs a food kitchen on a weekly basis for the poorest and most neglected in the community. We are very proud and impressed with the work Surval carries out in the local community, and the enthusiasm and generous nature of Surval girls who participate.

To learn more about Surval's commitment to communities please visit www.surval.ch

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