Maurice and Lenn went to the last few weeks as often as they could in the street with their go-karts, with mom's Cindy and Sofie Casier in their wake. “Do you have the old glass? I will take it for you to the glasbol, so you don't have to do it. And in return you give me a penny for the cancer fund for children.” Lenn has the sentence for dozens, or even hundreds of times reeling, but today he did it with as much devotion as the first time.Generous people.
A friend of mom's, Sofie and Cindy have a young daughter to leukemia suffers. In very Kuurne, be for the benefit of the cancer fund for children actions put under the heading of ‘Team Sue’, to the girl a heart under the belt to sting. Maurice and Lenn also wanted to do something, they said, and that should immediately Sofie and Cindy. “Because we feel that is important, that our children are willing to help others.” Johan Debrabandere - the ijsjesman in the autumn of last ijsjesronde reed - was the first this afternoon, his door opened. He hesitated a moment or he was glass had been standing, but Lenn and Maurice were lucky. 5 euros in the pot. “We scared actually of how generous all the people are,” says Cindy Casier. “Truly heartwarming.” The husband of Margot Deloddere a little further was actually just to the glasbol. “But come here with your game, I stop there, anyway, a penny in. Such a sympathetic action, and even then on such a cold day, that deserves a little push in the back.”To order,
When Sofie and Cindy the request approaches to be recognized as action in the framework of the Warmest Week, they had to estimate how much their action might produce. Hundred euros, they had gambled. They had the generosity of the Kuurnenaars considerably underestimated: yesterday klokten them off at 2,900 euros. “What? 2900 euros? That is 3,000 euro, said Lenn and Maurice. “Snatch, we are Wednesday once again, for an extra hundred euro.”
Who are the two boys still want to support, a visit must be requested. “People who ask whether we are equally passing through, there we go. Today was the real last lap. It's been lovely.” Eight days on the road, in the cold and even in the rain. “Once we have the go-karts a few hours left home, because it is simply too hard, it rained," says Sofie. “When we have the houses visited on the border with Kortrijk, because that is, anyway, far layers.” Also, the mom's are happy with what their sons have achieved. “We can have a nice amount to give, and for the boys it was also instructive. Not everyone was willing to give something, the door was even a couple times for their nose was covered. There, they also have to learn to deal, eh.”