Auction proceeds will revert to support people who were left in a precarious situation due to the civil-19 pandemic
The Portuguese MotoGP rider, Miguel Oliveira, donated an official autographed jersey to the Associação Dignitude, which starts to be auctioned this Monday, and whose proceeds are intended to buy medicines to support people who were in a precarious situation due to the pandemic.
The auction of the sweater of the Portuguese KTM pilot, runs until the 26th of April and to participate, just access the digital platform eSolidar and submit the bid.
“The highest offer wins a shirt signed by the renowned Portuguese driver, while contributing to bringing health to who needs it most ” , the association refers in a statement.
For your hand, Miguel Oliveira stated in the statement that it is with “quite proud” that you associate “to a cause as noble as access to health for those most affected by the pandemic” .
“ In such an exceptional moment, it is essential that the watchword is solidarity and we can all contribute and promote solidarity initiatives that contribute significantly to society. This is the time to come together and support those who need it most ” , underlined Miguel Oliveira.
The proceeds from the solidarity auction for Miguel Oliveira’s autographed jersey will revert to the “Emergencia abem: COVID-19” program, designed to help people with access to medicines, products and health services most vulnerable due to the pandemic.