It is not unusual to see sport stars standing in support of charitable institutions. Last week Yvan Muller announced his support to Mira Europe that trains guide dogs for blind children.
“The idea arose last year while I was taking part in the Rally of France, when I met Francis Mattern, Mira Europe’s regional delegate for Alsace. He made me think about how much privileged we are to benefit from the eyesight and how easy is to make something for helping those who do not have this gift. This is why I have decided to support Mira Europe in its mission,” said the three-time WTCC champion.
Muller’s support to Mira Europe was recently announced during a press conference at Strasbourg that was also attended by 13-year old Caroline Jacquart and her new companion, the guide dog Flash.