Real Madrid Foundation works towards making sport ever more inclusive
The organisation boasts 17 socio-sporting adapted or inclusive basketball projects and five football schools.
The collaboration in integral projects aimed at helping vulnerable communities increased by more than 20% during the 2019/20 season.
The beneficiaries enjoyed technical sessions delivered by the professionals endorsed by the club's academy.
More than 6,000 children in six countries will benefit from the collaboration with Kohfahl Ballstrategien.
During the summer, 19 clinics will be held in conjunction with Kaptiva Sports, Avanza Sports and Eurosoccer/Inusports.
More than 40 boys and girls will be able to enjoy their favourite sport in Alcorcón.
The proceeds from these auctions will go towards sustaining the Real Madrid Foundation's socio-sporting projects.
Over 1,000 projects and activities are starting to once again become in-person events, alongside the online provision.
It comes to Liangshan Prefecture in Sichuan Province together with Nimu Sports.
More than 150 children will enjoy the Foundation's basketball camp this summer.
Clifford Luyk, Pablo Laso, Rudy Fernández, Willy Hernangómez and Emiliano Rodríguez were the stars of another Luis de Carlos Forum.
It will take place on 11 June at 4pm on World Prostate Cancer Day, and can be followed on Facebook and YouTube.
The Foundation explains the health prevention and safety measures in this video.
Regions in Jordan, the West Bank, Lebanon and other Palestinian territories are suffering from the pandemic, in addition to their endemic crises.
Seventeen social and sports projects are being developed to assist more than a thousand children.
The social partners adapt the recreational-educational activities and continue to serve the participants.
The charity platform allows users to quickly and efficiently contribute to a host of different social projects across the world.
The population of the fifty or so countries in which the Foundation has socio-sports projects is exposed to this disease.
The local coaches follow the philosophy of the entity by sending exercises remotely.
By marking the box 'Social Interest Activities' and the Catholic Church, our solidarity is doubled.
The coaches have sent a message to the beneficiaries of the socio-sporting projects about the importance of solidarity.
Social entities are a fundamental pillar in Asia-Pacific, where confinement worsens the situation of the most vulnerable.
The Lagalerna.com website and Escrapalia are running the charity initiative, with the funds raised set to go to the Real Madrid Foundation's campaign.
Real Madrid's ambassadors invite the fans to collaborate in the campaign against the COVID-19.
Charity games represent one of the most common ways in which the club has offered its support throughout its 118-year history.
Everything learned during the physical activity sessions can be transferred to the daily routine.
Real Madrid's ambassador takes part in the City Council's video 'Madrid, city of the brave'.
A spirit that remains intact 118 years on from the club's foundation.
The focus this year is on the importance of establishing routines and carrying out physical activity to help to improve our well-being.
Supplies have already been distributed to over a dozen care homes and hospitals.
Make your donation towards the purchase of medical supplies to the Real Madrid Foundation's account: ES17 2100 5731 7802 0032 0934.
Raising people's awareness about this collective is fundamental in this period of confinement.
This fun, educational initiative seeks to see the youngest members of our society learn about family values through sporting activities.
The measure will be extended for the duration of the state of alarm.