Real Betis Launches Humanitarian Aid Campaign for Earthquake and Flood Victims in Morocco and Libya

2023-09-22 23:08:00

The Spanish club, Real Betis, through its Foundation, is launching a humanitarian aid campaign for those affected by the earthquake in Morocco and the floods in Libya which killed thousands of people and devastated cities.

The Real Betis Foundation, within the framework of its Social Emergency Program, which acts as quickly as possible in the face of disasters of this type, such as that of the La Palma volcano or the war in Ukraine, is launching the Real Betis campaign with Morocco and Libya, encouraging its fans to help the victims of the two natural disasters through two means:

– The Club will send an SMS to its fans with which they can donate €1 to the Real Betis Foundation. The profits will go to entities that are currently helping in the field, such as Seed, the NGO with which our player Nabil Fekir collaborates.

– Real Betis encourages supporters to help through the Emergency Committee which has already applied the action protocol in Morocco. In this campaign, the green and white club will act as spokesperson for the campaign launched by this Committee.

The two Moroccan players of the first team, Chadi Riyad and Abdessamad Ezzalzouli, wanted to be the protagonists of the campaign in support of their country alongside Nabil Fekir, a footballer very socially engaged through the NGO Seed, already active in Morocco and Libya to help both the victims and the reconstruction of destroyed cities.

Note that this action is part of the Social Emergency Program of the Verdiblanca Foundation, which attempts to provide services and relieve society in emergency situations. Real Betis has already carried out aid campaigns for Ukrainian citizens after the outbreak of war with Russia, for residents of La Palma affected by the Cumbre Vieja volcano or to help after earthquakes in Turkey and Syria .

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