Photo: H.S.H. Prince Albert II of Monaco, Mrs Muriel Natali-Laure and Mrs Maria Elena Cuomo surrounded by donors and volunteers of the association © MDP 2017

“An indispensable initiative to try to erase the melancholy in the face of this injustice of a person who seems cut off from the world of relationships, whose suffering cannot be measured and who, even more unjustly, affects children,” wrote Ms. Maria Elena Cuomo three years ago in her testimony for the Monaco Disease Power (MDP) 2014 activity report.

…helping them, helping their parents and families, is not only a gesture of compassion, but rather a duty; an obligation!

It is Amélie’s House that the President of the Cuomo Foundation evokes by stressing: “Helping them, helping their parents and families, is not only a gesture of compassion, but rather a duty; an obligation! ».

Amélie’s House, which had just been inaugurated by H.S.H. Prince Albert II of Monaco, is now entering its fourth year of activity.

“Monaco Disease Power is celebrating its 10th anniversary: 10 years during which Muriel has committed her energies as a woman, a mother, a wife and an entrepreneur, galvanising all forces capable of helping her in her next dream: to enlarge her family. In fact, Muriel wants to double the capacity of the Maison d’Amélie: a gift for Amélie and for all the children who ask for a more attentive Love, a deep and boundless devotion. I admire Muriel for her spontaneity, for her freshness and for her fierce determination in the battle she leads. »

– Maria Elena Cuomo
President

 

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