RarePartners, Homeless Project, MondoBimbi and the Fencing Club Di Ciolo: these are the names of the projects supported in this edition by Cetilar Maratona of Pisa.
PISA – There are about four months to the 21st edition of the Cetilar Maratona di Pisa, which will start on Sunday December 15th, 2019, and this year 1063AD, the organizing company of the competition, has activated collaborations with some realities involved in social activities, reinforcing that binomial between sport and solidarity that has always characterized the event.
CHARITY PROJECTS – The Pisa Marathon has always been synonymous with solidarity. This is why the Cetilar Maratona di Pisa has decided to offer its support to some associations and projects involved in the social front line, including RarePartners, Homeless Project, MondoBimbi and the Fencing Club Di Ciolo.
RAREPARTNERS – Non-profit company engaged in research on rare diseases, including Usher Syndrome thanks to the Run4Usher project.
HOMELESS PROJECT – The project deals with implementing a system of interventions to promote the right of citizenship of homeless people.
MONDOBIMBI – Onlus committed since 2001 in Madagascar with the project “School Village AFAKA” for the protection of the rights to childhood, nourishment, schooling and health.
FENCING CLUB PISA DI CIOLO – “Champions become”, this is the motto of the Pisan Fencing Club which, for years, has been working to help many children with disabilities to realize their sports dreams.
Participating in the Cetilar Maratona di Pisa and the Mezza Maratona means giving your contribution to the support and growth of these projects, making of your sporting passion an important occasion to make a small, great gesture of solidarity.
REGISTRATION – To register for the Cetilar Maratona di Pisa or the Mezza Maratona, click HERE, while, if you prefer to register offline, you can find on our site the list of all the Maratona di Pisa Point where you can buy your bib number.
EVENT INFORMATION – https://www.maratonadipisa.com/en/
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