The many participants of the 24th No Finish Line Monaco event, held in 2023, covered a total of 315,516 kilometres. Each kilometre was converted into a euro, and the 315,516 euro total sum raised by approximately 10,500 individuals has been divided among multiple initiatives that seek to help disadvantaged or sick children.

A donation ceremony was held in the presence of organisers, partners and volunteers of the event on Wednesday, February 21. Many representatives of the initiatives were also present, including Thomas Rodier, the president of the Wink Monaco charity.

NEWS.MC had the pleasure of interviewing Rodier in 2021. Since then, the former Monaco student’s eyesight has worsened as a result of a severe form of a rare genetic disease. Rodier now wishes to help educate and inspire others with eyesight and hearing loss prevention initiatives in schools, with which No Finish Line Monaco donations will be of great assistance.

The euros will also go as far as Nepal to purchase school equipment, while also making it possible for disabled children to take on the slopes closer to home.

The 25th No Finish Line Monaco event will begin in November 16, 2024. However, those hoping to help simply by moving will be happy to know that the No Finish Line Nice event is right around the corner, taking place on the Promenade des Anglais from Wednesday, April 3 until Sunday, April 7.

Featured image courtesy of No Finish Line Monaco: Thomas Rodier, president of the Wink Monaco charity