Tous Mauves: an inspiring Saturday for 25 young Brussels children thanks to TADA & Sporting

Tous Mauves x TADA

Last Saturday, more than 25 Brussels children from ToekomstATELIERdelAvenir (TADA) experienced a special Saturday. They got to discover a matchday behind the scenes as part of  the 'Tous Mauves' program, RSCA’s inclusion program with presenting partner Telenet.  

Tous Mauves

'Tous Mauves' is the inclusion program with which RSCA wants to offer 5,000 socially vulnerable youngsters (mainly aged 8 to 18) in and outside of Brussels the opportunity to discover and develop their talents each year. The goals is to accelerate and strengthen social inclusion. Within the program, the emphasis lies on 5 inclusion pillars:

  1. Gender inclusion: more girls in football
  2. Digital inclusion: reducing the digital gap
  3. Sporty inclusion: facilitating football and sport for everyone
  4. Professional inclusion: accelerating the integration of young people into the professional market
  5. Educational inclusion: access to additional education and competence development


TADA (short for ToekomstATELIERdelAvenir) is a network that involves citizens, civil society and businesses in the integration and emancipation of Brussels’ socially most vulnerable teenagers and their entourage. In Brussels, TADA supports more than 2000 socially vulnerable teenagers through a network that intensively coaches them during many years. Through their weekend schools and alumni network, they offer extra-scholarly activities that set the learning (-bar) high, while equally fostering the wellbeing of the child.

An inspiring Saturday in Mauve

RSC Anderlecht took part in the TADA weekend school in Molenbeek last Saturday. During the weekend schools, teenagers get to discover their talents and the professional market thanks to practical lessons from enthusiastic professionals.

Employees of RSC Anderlecht gave the children workshops about jobs within the club's marketing and communication activities. The children were also able to work in design workshops to design shirts and logos.

In the afternoon, the children traveled from Molenbeek to the Lotto Park on an RSCA players bus to learn about the history and future of the club, and were given an insight into everything that happens around a football match. They went home with a backpack full of new experiences, a Tous Mauves goodiebag, and a duo ticket for next Sunday's match.

Tous Mauves will continue its activities  in the coming months with a balanced program per partner organization. Read all about it here.