If on Wednesday Adrián Embarba and RdT they delighted the little ones answering their questions in the press room of Sant Adrià and other footballers participated in a virtual visit to the hospitals, the club and its social agents have also actively participated this Christmas in multiple solidarity campaigns. Despite the difficulties caused by COVID-19, the entity has not lost an iota of its usual spirit of solidarity.
The work of the radio program is highlighted Llobregat in Blanc i Blau, which has been an unmissable event on Mondays for several years now and has raised 4,140 euros for the fight against childhood cancer. A great work also coupled with that of another program that was born in 2020 and that has also collaborated in the toy collection campaign for children who do not have the financial resources to have their gift on Three Kings Day.
Flying Parakeet, which set out to raise 2,000 euros, It takes 1,945 with three days to go before his campaign is closed. In addition, they have already collected 200 toys by those attending his programs in the theater. The year of the 120th anniversary of the club, has also served to vindicate the role of the fans, always present despite the decline of the entity.
Espanyol himself received this Wednesday the toys collected by the different social actors of the club, such as the Penya Juvneil, La Curva, the Catalan Federation of Penyes and the Agrupació de Veterans, framed in the campaign 'Ara Juguem Tots'. The toys will also go to children who cannot enjoy Christmas with gifts. “This is an initiative of all sectors of the club. It is a pride as a parakeet to see that there are such campaigns“, commented the CEO Josep Maria Durán.
Another year, by the way, the perico club has designed its solidarity calendar with the Gimbernarda School of Special Education. It costs five euros and all the information is on the Espanyol website.