After a year of absence, due to the pandemic, the Pulsar Foundation Golf Charity Tournament returns today. It will be its fifth edition and it
After a year of absence, due to the pandemic, the Pulsar Foundation Golf Charity Tournament returns today. It will be its fifth edition and it returns in full force. In fact, it will touch the 130 participants, between players, participants of the initiation course and sponsors.
The golf party will begin at 8.30 am at the Valdeluz course, with the participants’ traditional breakfast and at 9.00 am the competition will begin. Then it will be the turn of the food and the delivery of trophies and raffle of gifts.
The event will raise funds, this year for the Caná Foundation and the Ramón Grosso Foundation. “We believe that we are going to achieve 5,000 euros for each foundation,” advances Encarna Márquez, member of the Board of Trustees of the Pulsar Foundation, organizer of the event. And, according to Márquez “people put aside the competitive spirit and bet on solidarity”.
The Caná Foundation is established in the Santa María de Caná church in Pozuelo and works on a project for the integration of people with disabilities. Specifically, the money raised in the golf tournament will go to the construction project of a multisensory classroom.
For its part, the Ramón Grosso Foundation will use the donated money to advance its project to build a school in Chad in which women promote their personal and school growth through sports.
The Pulsar Foundation is a nationwide foundation that was established in 2006 with the firm purpose of helping both in the economic and social fields, as well as in the cultural sphere, and in turn, collaborate in sustainability and in caring for the Environment. Atmosphere. Despite the current pandemic, in the last year it has continued to collaborate with various projects, with Chad, with the Spanish army, with health personnel or with a school in Carabanchel, providing scholarships for sports. He also collaborates with the Bakuva Foundation.
During the pandemic, Fundación Pulsar has continued to collaborate with Chad, with the Spanish Army, with health personnel and with the Carabanchel school, with scholarships for sports. With the Bakuva foundation, which facilitates the social integration of children and young people in the Bilbao la Vieja neighborhood.