Sport-oriented NGO launches campaign to raise funds
November 29th is Donate Day. The project is a worldwide action, which was born with the intention of reaching new donors and encouraging the donation culture. One of the NGOs that participate in the initiative in Brazil is the Vida Vida Project.
For 17 years helping children in Capão Redondo, one of São Paulo's most needy neighborhoods, the Vida Corrida Project encourages children to have a better life through
Democratic and easily accessible, street racing promotes social inclusion, health, self-esteem, and quality of life for these children. In total, there are 250 junior athletes participating in the project. A great symbol of the success of Projeto Vida Corrida is Julio Cesar Agripino Santos, who is now a Paralympic athlete.
On Donation Day, the Project launches the "Sponsor a Child" campaign. The concept is based on the idea that whoever helps an athlete is more than a donor, is a sponsor.
Donations, called sponsorships, are used to purchase food, uniforms, and sports equipment.
The sponsorship of an Athlete of the Vida Corrida Project can be done behind the site vidacorrida.org.br.
I know perfectly well that some people do not value the act of cleaning, organizing, building, and decorating environments. However, these activities fit all the criteria necessary to have them as ways to promote health and well-being. Even if you have never picked up a broom, shovel or brush, I'm sure you can reflect the respect.
In celebration of Halloween or Halloween, this Saturday, 31, a night cycling tour of the main sights of the capital with interactive and thematic surprises along the way. It is 15 km in length from the Pátio Paulista Shopping Mall. The tour starts at 9:00 pm and has a return scheduled for 11:00 pm, also at the mall.