FINAL PHASE OF ‘EL GLOBET GROGUET’, THE SOLIDARITY BALLOON CHAMPIONSHIP
The Conquistando Escalones Association, in collaboration with Villarreal CF and its ‘Endavant Solidaritat’ initiative, has organized ‘El Globet Groguet’, the first solidarity balloon championship, which began prior to the match against Valencia and which, as a result of the heavy rain had to be postponed. The remaining matches and their final phase will resume and will take place on Sunday, May 8, from 2:30 p.m. to 4:00 p.m., in the Plaza de la Cerámica Stadium in the Villarreaal CF – Sevilla CF preview.
With the same production by Envidea, with comments, interviews and the same fun that they enjoyed a few weeks ago and that they will surely do on Sunday.
This time it can also be followed via live streaming at www.twitch.tv/turbolover1984
COLLABORATE WITH THE SOLIDARITY CAMPAIGN AND WIN GIFTS
The purpose of organizing the tournament is to raise funds for research on Limb-girdle Muscular Dystrophy 1F/D2 and HIV.
You can DONATE RIGHT NOW AT THIS LINK,
In addition, during the final phase of the championship in the preview of Villarreal CF – Sevilla, ballot boxes will be set up to make donations and the typical frare piles will be given away to everyone who comes to enjoy the championship.
GIFTS will be DRAWN among all those who donate over €5: VillarrealCF season tickets for the coming season, tickets and stays at Portaventura, signed VillarrealCF shirts, gastronomic experiences at El Ceramista, Quesomentero and NU.
On Monday the 9th, once the tournament is over and the donors have been recapitulated, the draw will be held live: www.twitch.tv/turbolover1984
WHAT IS CONQUISTANDO ESCALONES?
The Association Conquering Steps is made up of those affected by a rare, genetic, hereditary and degenerative disease called Limb-girdle Muscular Dystrophy 1F/D2. A few years ago it was discovered that the mutation that causes it makes them immune to HIV.
The association finances the research of a large group of scientists who are looking for a cure for their ailment and at the same time new treatments for HIV.
These investigations are carried out in a coordinated manner in centers such as La Fe de Valencia, the Instituto Carlos III in Madrid, the University of Valencia, the University of Bologna and the IRCCS San Camillo in Venice, in collaboration with many other laboratories in countries such as United Kingdom, France or Belgium among others.