The Aspar Team, aware of the difficulties that the arrival of the coronavirus, will collaborate with Red Cross in actions to reduce the social impact of the pandemic COVID-19 in the Spanish sphere. To do this, the team will use its social platform to put 500 units of their equipment on sale so that, with the profits collected, they can collaborate in the tasks of this humanitarian movement.
The team has put up for sale a limited run of t-shirts, polos and sweatshirts made by Pull & Bear for Aspar Team like the ones used on the circuits in the 2020 season. The t-shirts are priced at 30 euros, the polo shirts are worth 40 euros and the sweatshirts, 60. All the profits obtained from this sale will go to help the Red Cross to alleviate the coronavirus crisis in Spain. The sale is made through the team page: www.teamaspar.shop.
Red Cross contributes decisively to efforts to reduce the social impact of the COVID-19 pandemic around the world. At the national level, it has actions aimed at the general population and specific actions aimed at groups in situations of special vulnerability, such as people in situations of isolation, confinement or exceptional circumstances of confinement. The Red Cross has a page open for individual donations.
“From our position as a competition team, but also as a benchmark and example for our fans, we want to do our bit to help those who are suffering the most from the effects of the pandemic”, commented Jorge Martínez “Aspar”.
“We are living in difficult times in which we need, more than ever, to be united to overcome this situation together. With this initiative we want to return to society, through the Red Cross, the love we received during the 2020 season, a complicated year but one of the most successful for the Aspar Team ”, he added.
The Red Cross Plan RESPONDS
The Red Cross RESPONDS plan is a concrete action and comprehensive response plan launched in March 2020 to respond to the situation generated by the pandemic.
More than 3,400,000 people in vulnerable situations have been assisted, mobilizing more than 66,000 volunteers who materialize responses throughout the territory through more than 1,400 service points and also telematically and / or by telephone.