The Spanish Olympic Committee (COE) and the PGR NGO have signed a collaboration agreement to promote sport, sustainability and inclusion.

This agreement has been signed at the COE headquarters by the president of said organization, Alejandro Blanco, and the president of the PGR NGO, Patricia García, a rugby Olympian at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.

With the signing of this document, both entities constitute a strategic alliance for the joint promotion of their values, establishing the general lines of collaboration between both with the purpose of designing, carrying out and executing common projects and actions.

Likewise, with this agreement, the PGR ONG becomes part of the NGOs to which sports entities and events that wish to obtain the COE Sustainable Sports Entity Plus seal or the COE Sustainable Sports Event Plus seal can contribute their donations. or social activations.

Likewise, the COE will be the link between the NGO and athletes who, altruistically, want to collaborate with the NGO.

The COE’s commitment to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) finds in this agreement an ally to develop the COE’s Social Action strategy line in which the people’s SDGs are activated: SDG 1 (Zero Hunger); SDG 2 (Zero Poverty); SDG 3 (health and well-being); SDG 4 (quality education); and SDG 5 (Gender Equality)

PGR ONG is an organization created by the Olympic player Patricia García Rodríguez with the focus on enhancing personal capabilities, promoting rugby and its values ​​as a means of social education and expression of individual freedom, anywhere in the world.