Athletes with Charities

Countless sports stars have been working tirelessly behind the scenes to raise money and help create organizations that provide help or assistance to those less fortunate. For these people, giving back is more than showing up at a hospital once a year or signing memorabilia for a charity auction. It is about doing the hard work of networking, fundraising and coordination to set up an organization that helps to improve the lives of people they have never met.

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Launched the New Erasmus + 2021-2027 Program

The new Erasmus + program for the years 2021-2027 was launched today by the European Commission. The program for education, training, youth and sport will have € 28.4 billion, almost double compared to the previous programming; 70% of the funds will be earmarked for mobility in Europe and beyond its borders and 30% for cooperation projects.

Erasmus is known to be one of the most successful programs in the European Union. Since its inception, it has allowed more than 10 million people to have an exp...

Athletes for Social: Sports and Charity

One of the clichés that have proved to be the hardest to scratch in the world of sport is that which portrays most sportsmen as selfish people and, in particular, the most precocious athletes involved in sports in which earnings are particularly important, such as spoiled young people, unable to understand the difficulties of those who have not had the good fortune to be equally well paid. Yet, in stark contrast to this stereotype, there is a fairly evident link between sport and solidarity initiatives for the benefit of the most diverse causes: charity initiatives have a leading role in the world of sport, both professional and amateur.