Snow White is no longer the tallest in the story. The seven dwarfs have hit the spurt and now they are the ones who have to look down to address the central character of the Grimm brothers’ tale. Or at least as it is staged in the version starring the players of the Spanish basketball team for a good cause: spread the campaignCount on me against poverty‘ from Obra Social La Caixa in favor of Save the Children.
Swindle Amaya Valdemoro in the role of Snow White and the participation of the coach Juan Antonio Orenga and seven players and former players (the ‘Mocoso’ Ricky Rubio, the ‘Dopey’ Jos Manuel Caldern, the ‘Shy’ Víctor Claver, the ‘Sleepy’ Jorge Garbajosa, the ‘Grun’ Fernando Romay , the ‘Wise’ José Antonio Montero and the ‘Happy’ Rafa Vidaurreta), the last story of the campaign of the Obra Social La Caixa seeks to sensitize the little ones about child poverty and the situation of vulnerability in which many find themselves. kids
During the presentation of the promotional video, Save the Children was presented with the 200,000 euros raised for the campaign since its launch in December 2012 to date. This amount will go entirely to the development of socio-educational programs for children in vulnerable situations.
In addition to the members of the Spanish Basketball Team, the ‘Count on me against poverty’ campaign has included the participation of bailaora Sara Baras, soccer player Xavi Hernndez, actress Beln Rueda, singers Alejandro Sanz and David Bisbal and the pilots Dani Pedrosa and Jorge Lorenzo.