The De Peito Aberto Incentive to Sport, Culture and Leisure held, this Wednesday, the 28th, the official launch of the Contagem Nucleus, of the Ajudôu Year VIII Project. The initiative will benefit 100 young people between the ages of 7 and 17 with free judo classes.
On the 29th, the cities of Naque and Periquito received the new kimonos and uniforms and on Saturday, December 1st, the cities of Antônio Dias and Belo Oriente received the initiative.
According to the general coordinator of the project, Prof. of judo and business administrator Júlio César Lana Jaques, the continuity of this work demonstrates the seriousness of all those involved, proponents, sponsors and the Ministry of Sport.
The Ajudôu Year VIII Project is developed by the OSC De Peito Aberto to encourage Sports, Culture and Leisure, through the Federal Law to encourage Sports and is sponsored by Grupo Mater Dei, D’Granel and CENIBRA.
“Providing access to sport for children and adolescents is an assertive investment in human development. Sport is an instrument of social transformation that contributes to the formation of citizens’ personalities. For Instituto CENIBRA, partnerships like this consolidate the excellence of Nosso Olhar Social; a view that integrates and brings people together for a better world” evaluates Leida Hermsdorff Horst Gomes, Coordinator of Corporate Communications and Institutional Relations, also responsible for the CENIBRA Institute.