International Women’s Day: “25 ladies for 25 companies”.

At Laboratorios Syva, we are always committed to women’s talent. For the occasion of International Women’s Day, we took part in the “25 ladies for 25 companies” charity initiative.”

After the fundraising auction, we managed to collectively donate €6,855.50 earmarked for Léon associations to support women: ALMOM (León Association for Women who have Undergone Breast Cancer Surgery), Isadora Duncan Association, Simone de Beauvoir Léon Association and ADAVAS (Association to Support Victims of Sexual Aggression and Domestic Violence).

Our Lady Syva is now home. Thank you everyone who took part!

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