Canary Island holiday raffle, fundraising for the European Aniridia Conference


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Help us to finance the 6th European Aniridia Conferenceby entering a raffle to win 7 days / 6 nights in Fuerteventura with all-inclusive at Hotel Taimar – accessible and inclusive hotel.

Do you know the Canary Islands, its incredible beaches, its pleasant temperature, its volcanoes, its gastronomy, its people…?

This is a wonderful opportunity to visit one of these seven islands, Fuerteventura, while supporting the 6th European Aniridia Conference (which is taking place in Alicante between June 3 and 5, 2022).

Aniridia is a rare disease that affects one person in every 100,000 people. We are few, but as important as if we were millions. The 6th European Conference aims to improve the knowledge and management of Aniridia and WAGR syndrome.

We all need help sometime in our lives, today, we invite you to collaborate, but you can also win the raffle that we will celebrate 21 June , on Aniridia Day.

Enter here, decide how many chances you want to have to travel to Fuerteventura and get to know a unique place and a hotel with a special value, a hotel with universal accessibility. It is not necessary to live with different abilities for the environment to be accessible.

We are counting on you.. Share it with your friends, family, neighbours or colleagues and let them take part in this fantastic challenge so that they get as many tickets as possible.

Enjoy a week in Fuerteventura for 2 people on an all-inclusive basis at the Hotel Taimar in Costa Calma. Hotel Taimar is an inclusive and adapted establishment. Both its grounds and the interior of the entire complex are accessible, including bedrooms and bathrooms.

Participate and with your help we will achieve our challenge.

Because universal accessibility is compatible with beauty!


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La Diputación de Alicante apoyó nuestra labor con una subvención para la realización de charlas y mesas redondas sobre la Aniridia. Se trataron los últimos avances médicos y de investigación en el tema, además de otros asuntos de vital importancia para los pacientes, como la estimulación y atención temprana. Del 4 al 5 de junio

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