Young Fort Portal, in Uganda, wear the colors of motor racing
Sports materials were donated by the Verdiblanca Foundation through Cooperating Volunteers
The children of Fort Portal in Uganda are wearing the colors of the race thanks to the support of the Verdiblanca Foundation for Volunteers Collaborating, which aims to improve the quality of life of boys and girls in orphanages, shelters, nurseries or schools. The sports equipment was delivered by volunteer Ignacio Candela, who is in the African country as part of the work program developed by the NGO.
The contribution of the Real Racing Club Foundation, which has contributed to increasing the social visibility of international volunteer projects, also makes it possible to enhance the leisure time of minors without resources and those who are going through educational and economic difficulties. The youngsters were so excited to put on the Centenary Club shirts and, with big smiles on their faces, sent messages of encouragement to the Cantabrian team ahead of the current season at LaLiga SmartBank because, despite thousands of kilometers separating Uganda, Spain has built a very nice emotional bond with the racing entity.
The above images correspond to a handover of sports equipment to children in the town of Fort Portal, Uganda.
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