VIP Access to FIS Alpine Junior World Ski Championships Val di Fassa 2019 plus Ski Bib Signed by FISI Champions
At the Modena Skipass Fair, these official bibs for the Alpine World Junior Championship Val di Fassa 2019 were autographed by the Italian winter sports athletes: Sofia Goggia, Peter Fill, Christoph Innerhofer and Manuela Moelgg as well as Kristian Ghedina!
The champions have added their signatures and are auctioning off these bibs for the Junior Alpine Ski World Championship Val di Fassa 2019 in support of the work carried out by the Neuro-Oncology Unit of the Meyer Pediatric Hospital in Florence that aims to develop innovative therapeutic methods for some particularly aggressive types of brain tumor, which are today incurable with the use of established therapies.
The auction winner will take home an autographed bib and will also receive 2 VIP passes for seats in the stands at the 2019 Val di Fassa championship, including Vip Lounge access, an official World Cup mini mascot, a Welcome Kit, an invite to dinner with the sponsors and 2 skipasses*. In addition, you will have the chance to take part in activities scheduled for that day, including a signing session and meet & greet with some of the athletes.
Please note: Date to be mutually agreed according to availability of the auction winner and the organizing committee.
The experience, valid for 2 people, is also open to minors provided that the parents or legal guardian signs a release form prior to the event. The Committee is committed to providing the necessary support to participants with disabilities.
*daily skipass for the race venues, Alpe Lusia San Pellegrino or Val di Fassa with limitation of use for the competition days.
A child is a child, even in the hospital. This is the philosophy that inspires Meyer Children’s Hospital, a national reference center for high pediatric complexity.
In fact, at Meyer, the attention paid to welcoming little patients and their families is an integral part of the treatment, along with excellent health specialization, modern technology, and research activities. Immersed in the green Florentine hills, the Meyer Hospital is surrounded by a large park and has reconciled the presence of a historic building with new and eco-sustainable architectural structures and environments suitable for children. Today it is growing in spaces, care and research activities.
The Meyer Foundation works exclusively for the Meyer Children’s Hospital, thanks to donations from individuals and businesses. Through fundraising, it
Supports and promotes, , the care and well-being of the baby, child and adolescent at Meyer. It is committed to supporting scientific research in the pediatric field, also focusing on the talent of young people and on the collaboration with other international organizations. It invests in the continuous updating of technology, and works to improve the quality of hospitality of families in the hospital.