Invitation-only run Saturday for Nice victim, daughter of SBM employee

The “Run for Laura” will be held this Saturday in memory of Laura Borla, the 13 year-old daughter of Jacques Borla, an employee of the Société des Bains de Mer, who was one of the 86 victims of the Bastille Day atrocity in Nice.

Rommy Gianni, owner of the Monte-Carlo Polo Team, has organised the event as a gesture of support for Laura’s family and all the victims of the Nice attack.

The run will start at noon at Palace Square in Monaco and finish on the Promenade des Anglais, via the Basse Corniche, around 2 pm. There will be thirty participants, at the invitation of Rommy Gianni. The race is not open to the public.

Funds raised will be donated to the family of Laura Borla, the association “Promenade des Anges: July 14, 2016” and FENVAC (National Federation of Victims of Attacks and Collective Accidents).

“Promenade des Anges: July 14, 2016” is an association created by the mother of a victim of the attacks of 14 July in Nice. It provides logistical and financial support to the families and to those injured. FENVAC, an organisation formed by victims of major disasters of the 80s and 90s, helps victims of disasters or attacks and offers support in administrative, medical and legal matters.

“Run for Laura” donations can be made through


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