The following is a description of a ministry project of Impact France in collaboration with Perspectives.
Champfleuri is an association created in 1955 of protestant origin. It wishes to promote the balance and development of the family and the individual, especially children, adolescents and young people, according to Christian ethics. We welcome groups, camps and a Bible school throughout the year.
For over 60 years, the Belledonne building (one of our dormitories) has served us well. Purchased after World War II from the U.S. Army based in central France, it was transported and reassembled on the Champfleuri grounds. Unfortunately, at the time, asbestos was used to insulate buildings. Over the years, we have, of course, taken care to ensure the health and safety of the various occupants of this building.
In recent years, some renovation and painting work has also been carried out in order to welcome the public in the most pleasant premises possible. However, it is now clear that this building, although well maintained, is aging and corresponds less and less to the comfort expected by the groups. After several abandoned projects due to various constraints, we are grateful to be able to (finally!) launch this renovation project!
Major Project Details
The current project aims to create rooms with integrated sanitary facilities to improve the comfort of our guests, to create a room accessible to people with reduced mobility as well as a small meeting room. For this, we must first proceed with the total removal of the asbestos in the building.
At present, the estimated cost of this renovation is between 360 000 € and 450 000 €. It is therefore a significant financial effort that the association cannot support alone.
This is why we need your help!
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