The “Torcida Solidarity” campaign is expected to collect 10 tons of food
In the rhythm of the 2022 World Cup, Unimed Catanduva invites everyone to participate in the “Solidarity Torcida” campaign. Starting November 7, the co-op will be giving away collectible cups for non-perishable food.
Our goal with this action is to reach as many foods as possible that will be donated to social projects in the city. Everyone will have the opportunity to celebrate the World Cup with exclusive trophies, while at the same time contributing to the community,” confirms Unimed Catanduva’s Director of Development, Matheus Schuerewegen.
The collectible set consists of five cups, each representing one of the titles won by the Brazilian national team in the previous cups. In all, the cooperative invested in the purchase of 10,000 mugs. Each unit equals one kilo of non-perishable food. The campaign is expected to raise 10 tons of food.
Rice, beans, oil, pasta, long life milk (1 liter) and dried coffee will be accepted for replacement. The deadline is December 14th or until supplies run out. In Catanduva, the exchange points are Unimed Catanduva and Univacin; in Novo Horizonte, the administrative center; And in Santa Adela, the center for integrated healthcare and preventive medicine.
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