The Common Goal today celebrates the arrival of a new member. Bruno Churches, youth Real Madrid has decided to join this solidarity movement. From this moment on, the young footballer will donate 1% of your salary to this social group that has over 150 members from the world of football. Share cause with names of the likes of Juan Mata (creator of the idea), Jurgen Klopp, Megan Rapinoe, Matts Hummels, Amanda Sampedro, Giorgio Chiellini or Alex Morgan.
In this case, the money raised by the players will be for the fund recently created following the expansion of the crisis of the COVID-19 all over the world. “From the Common Goal they will struggle to combat the effects of the pandemic and to provide support to young people from communities in situations of vulnerability and conflict,” reads the press release.
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Today we welcome 16-year-old Real Madrid player @biglesiass10 to the Common Goal team with Bruno”s 1% pledge going towards the Common Goal COVID-19 Response Fund. “It is true that footballers are privileged, we have facilities, to salary, sponsorship of sports brands, but we must not stop thinking about everything that is not material, even more so at my age,” said Bruno. “We must worry about what is truly important, and have empathy with everyone else, and just behave like normal people, which is what we are.” We have a #CommonGoal ⚽️❤️?
Bruno is the first player of the white club that joins the Common Goal. “This is a great opportunity for me. Join this great group of people and contribute my granite of sand. The players have many facilities but we must not stop thinking about everything that is not material and closer to my age. We must worry about what really is important and having empathy with all others. For me it is something that is closely linked to education.”said the squad real madrid. Bruno is one of the names of Spanish football, a regular in the lower categories of the Spanish team, now with the Sub-17.