December 15, 2023 | News

The International Order of Anysetiers renews its support for the Foundation for Rare Disease Research

As 2023 draws to a close, the Foundation expresses its deep gratitude to the International Order of Anysetiers, which has once again provided essential support for its initiatives in favor of research into rare diseases. Three commanderies have particularly distinguished themselves through their generosity: Landes, Guyenne-Occitanie and Haut-Languedoc. This significant commitment underlines the Order's shared determination to make a real difference in the fight against these rare medical conditions.

1. Commanderie des Landes: Concrete support

Daniel Scherman, Director of the Foundation, recently attended the Magistral Chapter of the Commanderie des Landes. On this occasion, the Order presented a generous cheque for €2,500, marking a tangible contribution to the cause of medical research into rare diseases. This generosity will help fund innovative projects and advance knowledge in this crucial field.

2. Guyenne Occitanie Magistral Chapter: A Personal Commitment

On October 14, 2023, Laura Benkemoun, our Regional Manager, had the honor of being inducted into the Magisterial Chapter of Guyenne Occitanie. Sponsored by Daniel Scherman and Grand Maistre Monique Depond-Drouillard, the ceremony was an opportunity to strengthen ties between the Foundation and the International Order of Anysetiers. In recognition of this commitment, a cheque for €1,500 was presented, symbolizing financial support that will help the Foundation achieve its ambitious goals.

3. Commanderie du Haut Languedoc: A step closer to Hope

On December 2, another highlight took place at the Magistral Chapter of the Haut Languedoc Commandery. The Order presented a cheque for €1,500, demonstrating its ongoing commitment to promoting research into rare diseases. Each contribution, whatever its size, represents a further step towards hope for those fighting these often little-known diseases.

The Foundation extends its heartfelt thanks to the Commanderies of Landes, Guyenne-Occitanie and Haut-Languedoc, and to the International Order of Anysetiers as a whole. These generous gestures reinforce our conviction that, collectively, we can make a real difference to the lives of those affected by rare diseases. Together, let's continue to work towards a future in which these conditions are no longer so formidable.