The starred chef explains his approach in a message posted on Instagram on Tuesday September 20: “We want to offer victims under the age of 25, and their families, all the moral, psychological and financial support they need and let them know that ‘they are no longer alone. Antoine Alléno, 24, died last May after being hit by a driver.
“The disappearance of our son Antoine changed the lives of our family forever. The greatest tragedy for parents is to lose their child, it is an unnatural mourning. In a moving message posted on Instagram on Tuesday September 20, Yannick Alléno announces the launch of an association in tribute to his son Antoine, who died last May at the age of 24 after being hit by a driver at the wheel of a stolen car.
The starred chef explains his approach: “We want to offer victims under the age of 25, and their families, all the moral, psychological and financial support they need and let them know that they are no longer alone.”
Yannick Alléno wants this association to “contribute to the construction of a better world in which our young people, who are fighting to build their lives, are preserved. I want to prevent our young people from tragically disappearing in conditions that should never have happened”.
The 53-year-old chef does not hide the fact that this association is only in its infancy and that he needs as many committed people as possible for it to grow.
A dedicated website explains in detail its objective and that of those close to it: “Our association will contribute to better care for families, will accompany them in their bereavement and will provide them with both moral and material support to better overcome hardships. psychological, judicial, administrative and financial that follow such a tragedy.”
Yannick Alléno was this Wednesday morning at the microphone of RTL. “I walk with a piece of lung and a piece of heart less. After that, we are not well”, he replied to the journalist who asked him how he felt four months after the tragedy. “We never recover?” “I don’t think so no, I don’t think so.”
Antoine Alléno died on the night of Sunday May 8 to Monday May 9, 2022 after being hit by a 25-year-old driver while riding a scooter in the streets of Paris. He was stopped at a red light when the tragedy occurred. The driver was arrested after trying to take over. He has since been charged with manslaughter according to RTL. Antoine Alléno, specifies The Huffington Postwas at the head of the restaurant Burger Père et Fils, launched in 2021 previously with his father.