The Málaga CF Foundation, together with La Caixa’s ‘Obra Social’ organised a roundtable discussion between the centres involved in ‘Proyecto Hombre’, at La Rosaleda’s press room. Some 70 members of the educational community got together for the talk, and later watched the match along with over 150 children, young people and their families who are part of the drug prevention program.
The Málaga CF Foundation, in collaboration with the AECC organised a fundraising dinner in La Rosaleda’s VIP area, attended by 50 people. Guests watched tonight’s match with superb views of the pitch whilst having dinner, and also got the chance to step on to the pitch before kick-off and visited the Málaga CF Museum & Tour, in an initiative to raise funds for the fight against cancer.
Blue and Whites’ players, Ochoa, Rosales and Camacho visited the Oncology-Haematology ward of the hospital to bring Christmas gifts to the children. The traditional visit, organised by the Málaga CF Foundation, was undertaken this year in collaboration with the Provincial Board of the Spanish Association against Cancer, following the recent agreement between both entities.
As part of its extensive charity work, the Málaga CF Foundation is joining forces with some of the busiest soup kitchens in the province to undertake a massive food collection. The Martiricos Club is giving 2,000 tickets away for the return leg of the Copa del Rey knockout round match against Deportivo (18th December, 10 p.m.) in the ‘tribuna’ and ‘preferencia’ sections of the stadium, as an incentive for ‘Malaguistas’ to donate food.
Málaga Club de Fútbol via its Foundation, attended yesterday’s charity dinner for the Special Olympics Asia Pacific Games project, as part of the Vicente Ferrer Foundation in India, held at Real Club Mediterráneo. The event was organised by Real Club Mediterráneo, with the Martiros Club and Real Club de Campo also actively participating in the project, following their recent association under the slogan, ‘United through Sport’.
Málaga CF, via its Foundation and in collaboration with La Caixa’s Day of the Volunteer, brought together 200 children from the CaixaProfancia social institutions for a day of sport. Regional manager of CaixaBank in eastern Andalucía, Victorino Lluch; Blue and Whites’ player, Marcos Angeleri; Club adviser, Antonio Benítez; business development manager, José María Arrabal; assistant coordinator at La Academia, Francesc Arnau; and Málaga CF veterans and volunteers from both entities made this day happen, under the slogan ‘Come and share a smile.’
Blue and Whites’ players, Juanmi and Recio; Club advisers, Francisco Martín Aguilar, Antonio Benítez and Ben Barek; sporting director, Mario Husillos; and assistant La Academia coordinator, Francesc Arnau inaugurated Málaga CF’s new school at the ‘Federación Malagueña’ ground. The football school is associated with the Club’s Foundation, and is targeted at children between 5 and 12 years of age. The main objective of the school is to teach pupils the values of sport and the ‘Malaguista’ experience.
Málaga CF’s Brazilian-born centre forward, along with members of AFA and sponsor of the initiative, Manu Sarabia, visited El Duende football ground, where the Extratime Association is undertaking the ‘Tú Marcas’ project. The main objectives of the program are to reduce absenteeism from schools, improve academic performance and develop the social integration of 40 children from the San Andrés area of the capital through football.