Solidarity, said to be the adherence or unconditional support to causes or interests of others, especially in committed or difficult situations. Lightning's fans have fulfilled each and every one of the words that make up that definition and its charity initiative has reached 33,377.30 euros of collection hours before its closure (the data corresponds to 19:45 hours). This Row 0 was enabled last Sunday and has exceeded all expectations, increasing day by day. Match by match. This aid will go to the Infanta Leonor Hospital and other groups, such as residences and shelters, in Vallecas that have been especially affected by the coronavirus epidemic.
The term expired at 00:00 hours and the collection announced by the clubs is indicative, since last minute transfers will continue to come throughout the weekend. “Based on the figure obtained tonight and in coordination with workers at the Infanta Leonor Hospital, the purchase of medical supplies will be managed, the main objective of this campaign, “explained the ADRV Platform, which added:”That remnant that arrives at the weekend will be used in solidarity projects that help people affected by the coronavirus“
Many have risen on this great wave of solidarity. The Rayo templates have collaborated, both male (Alberto García, Óscar Valentín, Mario Suárez, Catena, De Frutos, Morro …) as feminine (Alicia, Eva Masdeu, Cristina Auñón, Sheila García, Paula Andújar, Ángeles del Álamo …) and the Veterans Association. As well as thousands of anonymous franjirrojos and vallecanos fans, ready to shoulder their shoulders in a situation of extreme need like this.
With 4 hours to go until the end of the campaign #Sunny Rayism, the word that defines this number is PRIDE.
Thank you, to all those who once again have lived up to what the Rayo Vallecano Sports Association represents. 👏⚡ pic.twitter.com/zXrqtaZ8CX
– ADRV platform (@plataformaADRV) March 27, 2020
The appeal of the fans has paid off and their initiative, their first steps. On Wednesday a representation of the clubs attended to deliver sports equipment to the IFEMA homeless pavilion. Also, the staff of the Vírgen de la Torre Hospital thanked the arrival of help wearing some cards that said: “We are from Vallekas and we are going to win”. A part of the song 'To arms', which is sung in every party in the Strip and today also becomes the battle cry of a united neighborhood against the coronavirus.
Solidarity, Jesus Vallecas.