The COVID-19 pandemic has caused serious problems worldwide in all social spheres, such as the United States, one of the nations most affected by the outbreak that has paralyzed the largest economy in the world. Therefore, different companies have carried out actions to support the fight against this virus.
One of these causes is organized by the LA Galaxy, club of Major League Soccer (MLS). Through different actions, the team seeks support in different sectors that has affected American society.
The most outstanding proposal of the campaign, entitled “Together at home”, is he raffle for a t-shirt from one of his players. However, the footballer they chose is the one who has drawn the most attention since his arrival in the American league: the Mexican striker Javier “Chicharito” Hernández.
“The LA Galaxy forward, Javier “Chicharito” Hernández, joins athletes from around the world in relief efforts around COVID-19 through atletesrelief.org“The club detailed in a press release.
The way to Participating in the raffle is with a minimum donation of USD 25 (585 Mexican pesos) to the COVID-19 Response Fund of the Center for Disaster Philanthropy (CDP). Collection began on March 14 and will end on May 1 at 11:59 p.m. (West weather).
Proceeds benefit CDP, which has battled the coronavirus. Perform preparation, containment, response and recovery actions for those affected and for first aid groups.
Another of the actions is related to video games, a proposal made by various sporting events in the world such as LaLiga in Spain. Giuseppe “The Godfather” Guastella from LA Galaxy and Martín “RemiMartinn” Oregel from Los Angeles FC, will revive the Los Angeles classic.
Although there are no details about this event, MLS players will seek to raise funds for the Regional Food Bank. The only thing the club announced is that the two will do a charity broadcast of EASPORTS FIFA 20.
Also lThe LA Galaxy Foundation has actions to help low-income communities in Los Angeles County. “The LA Galaxy, along with Victoria Block, have collected and donated more than 300 pounds of canned food to the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank,” the statement added.
Those interested in supporting the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank can donate through www.lafoodbank.org/donate. Donations help provide food to those affected by the closure of schools and other businesses. Four meals are provided for each dollar donated.
Until the last cut, this Friday, The North American country reported that it has more than 100,000 confirmed cases of coronavirus. The United States, which registered its first confirmed case two months ago, exceeded 10,000 cases on March 19 and this Thursday became the country with the most confirmed cases.
NY, one of the most affected cities, reported 134 new deaths from coronavirus patients in the past 24 hours. This represents a jump of 100 deaths from the previous day. The number equals almost one death every 10 minutes; the state’s death toll, now at 519, is more than a third of deaths nationwide.