Through social actions, sports-related clubs and businesses help the most vulnerable

Through social actions, sports-related clubs and businesses help the most vulnerable

Vasco drew attention to autistic children at a friendly match in Sao Januario (Disclosure/Vasco)

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On Friday (31), Vasco started an action focused on raising awareness of World Autism Day. In addition to the Da Colina Comprehensive Tour, an event with children and adolescents with autism, the Cruzmaltino took this crowd to watch the friendly against Athletic (MG).. Without selling tickets, the team provided a suitable environment for those in attendance.

In March, Internacional carried out several social activities. With the goal of cooperating with the community, especially the most needy, Colorado has made charitable gestures for residents. Among the various activities are offering classes in jujitsu for children and youth, visiting the Institute for Children with Diabetes and lighting the Beira Rio in Lilac on the occasion of the International Day for the Prevention of Cervical Cancer.

Cauê Vieira, Vice President of Inter’s Social Relations, emphasizes the federation’s commitment to the population: “The International has always been a special eye for social issues. More people in our reality. In addition to football, which naturally brings us closer to millions of individuals, when we do Goodness to others, we also get to get close to many citizens.”

Beira-Rio lights up with work in the fight against cervical cancer (Image: Disclosure/International)

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With the aim of turning the most beautiful holiday in the calendar into an unforgettable date, Juventude has launched “Páscoa Solidária”. The campaign organized by the club’s youth council is collecting donations of chocolate to be delivered to children in need. The Association has published several collection points, which can be checked on the Foundation’s digital media.

“Youth, due to its importance and its representation as an entity, takes its social actions with the community as one of its institutional pillars. For us, the implementation of these activities is so important that we have a district-specific council and a very appropriate space next to the marketing of the club. Executions do not focus only on commemorative appointments, as it seeks The club always strives to carry out these actions in the most varied moments, ”says Fabiano Pezzetta, director of marketing and social actions for the team from Rio Grande do Sul.

Activate sports companies

In addition to clubs, companies have also embraced social causes. In Minas Gerais, Motbot, the first crowdfunding startup in sports in the country, transfers at least 10% of the amount collected from more than 15 partner clubs to charities. In the last week of March, for example, the company transferred R$31,800.00 to the Association of Volunteers to Support the Fight against Cancer in Italy and the Region (AVACCI).

“Solidarity is at the heart of the company. From the beginning, we’ve specified that transfers to charitable organizations should be a priority, and it’s part of our agreement with all teams. Absolutely, it’s the community,” says Motbot CEO Rogério Nieves.

Penalty, which is sponsor of the Copa do Brasil and produces the official ball of Paulistão and the Campeonato Carioca, has recently carried out a social activity in the cities where it is based: São Roque (SP), Itabuna (BA), Itajuípe (BA) and Bayeux (PB). On this occasion, the company donated sports equipment kits for four different projects.

“Sport changes lives. Our mission, in addition to manufacturing high-quality products for a multitude of sports, is to encourage, facilitate and enable more and more people to engage in some type of physical activity,” notes Bernardo Caixita, Marketing Relations and Sports Penalty.

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