Solidarity challenges

Culinary challenges

The association La Tablée des chefs works to fight food insecurity and provide culinary education for young people, helping them to become self-sufficient in terms of food.
They have two main areas of activity: FEEDING (e.g. production and distribution of meals to beneficiaries of food aid associations to combat hunger) and EDUCATION (e.g. culinary education programmes).

In 2019, as well as in 2022, 30 Bel employees carried out the “Mets ta Toque” solidarity workshop, with the association La Tablée des chefs, to help Secours Populaire.

A look back at the 2022 edition in pictures.

The aim? To learn how to prepare 86 trays with a committed chef. The meals prepared during the workshop were distributed to beneficiaries of Secours Populaire du 92, as in 2019.

A look back at the 2019 edition in pictures.

The aim? To work alongside a committed chef to produce 75 complete meals (main course and dessert) for food aid recipients. For this first edition, Secours Populaire redistributed the meals.

Did you know?

La Tablée des Chefs is a partner of the Bel Foundation. Since 2019, the association has benefited from financial support from the Foundation enabling it to offer culinary workshops in REP secondary schools in France. In addition, Bel employees were also able to help the association during Days for Good 2022, a week of solidarity at Bel.

If you’d like to find out more, read the testimonial from Julia Colin, Head of Culinary Education at La Tablée des Chefs, here.

Sports challenges


The Foundation offered Bel employees the opportunity to get together to run, walk, practice yoga, dance, boxing or even rock climbing in support of the Action against Hunger Association.

On June 6th, 2019, in la Défense, more than 70 employees took part in the Challenge Against Hunger and raised €12,990 for the benefit of the association through the Bel Foundation.

Pictures of the 2019 edition


In 2018, the Foundation offered its employees the opportunity to run or walk in the colors of Sport Ensemble, for the benefit of the Handicap International association.

More than 50 employees, accompanied by their families, met at the Bois de Boulogne to share a solidarity and friendly moment and thus made it possible to collect more than €9,000 for the association.

Pictures of the 2018 edition