During the 65th San Sebastian Film Festival, the Swiss fine watchmaking brand Jaeger-LeCoultre announced its renewed collaboration with the Aladina Foundation for the fifth consecutive year. Pledging once again its support to the Foundation for the work it conducts supporting children with cancer, the Grande Maison has supported a new project to give a group of children the opportunity to enjoy a very special experience at Dynamo Camp, a new camp in Italy, part of the Serious Fun Children’s Network, which the Aladina Foundation began working with in summer 2017. These camps provide an unforgettable experience for the children involved, helping them to recover their joy, rebuild their self-esteem and fully recharge their batteries for their ongoing battle with cancer – all this under discreet but close medical supervision. As in previous years, Jaeger-LeCoultre has wanted to count on the vision and experience of an exceptional godmother to present this charity project. This year, it was María de León, who was already closely involved in various charity projects, including the Aladina Foundation itself for some years now. During a meeting with the media at the Jaeger-LeCoultre VIP Lounge at Hotel María Cristina, María de León, together with the filmmaker and Foundation president Paco Arango, and Cristina - one of the girls supported by the Foundation - shared their vision and first-hand experiences of the Dynamo Camp.