Moment FluminenseThe Libertadores runner-up is a source of great joy, and midfielder Alexandre and players from the club’s academy went this Tuesday to share that feeling with children undergoing cancer treatment at Inca, downtown Rio de Janeiro.
In the week that Children’s Day is celebrated, the athletes visited the foundation to share a little of their daily experience in Zirem. Toys, books, personal photos and affection were also distributed to the children.
The concert was also attended by artists such as Tricolor singer Marvella, who performed in the hall.
Inca seeks to partner with volunteers annually to carry out Children’s Day celebrations. This event is considered essential for the entity to raise the self-esteem of patients and their families, and encourage them to continue undergoing treatment.
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