In Laval, becoming a cookie dealer allowed her to get off the street

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In 2021, when she joined the Cookie Dealer project, Daily Da Silva, originally from Angola, was homeless in Laval (Mayenne). Volunteering in this Laval association allowed him to learn French and keep busy. Today she is a companion of Emmaüs in Villiers-Charlemagne.

Cookie dealer Daily Da Silva is today a companion of Emmaüs in Villiers-Charlemagne. | COOKIE DEALER


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  • Cookie dealer Daily Da Silva is today a companion of Emmaüs in Villiers-Charlemagne. | COOKIE DEALER

The Cookie Dealer association was officially created on May 3, 2024, even though the initiative began in 2021. Its objective: to put the homeless back on the path to employment by involving them in the making and sale of cookies.

Volunteering to learn French

Among the ten or so members keeping the project alive since its creation, with founder Rwaïda Ayache, there is Daily Da Silva. “It was Rwaïda who…

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