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Given the current situation of invasion in Ukraine, LaLiga, together with the clubs and in collaboration with the Red Cross, is carrying out a solidarity campaign under which different humanitarian initiatives are being promoted in support of those affected.
Since we can’t do this alone, we ask for your collaboration to continue raising funds and adding to the cause.
Let’s team up for peace!
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Collection of medicines and basic necessities: During the last few weeks, donations of products for those in need in Ukraine have been collected in the reception area of our Madrid offices, and these were subsequently sent to the conflict zone through the Ukrainian Embassy in Spain.
Inclusion of the ‘no invasion’ message in our matches: In all our matches a small caption superimposed in the corner of the screen that reads 'No to the invasion' can be seen.
Solidarity with the broadcaster in Ukraine: In order to show our solidarity with the Ukrainian people, at LaLiga we are offering our images to the broadcaster for free.
Trip to Ukraine: A few days ago, several colleagues from our Integrity and Security Department travelled to the Ukrainian border to deliver medicines and basic necessities. On their return, they also brought a group of Ukrainian refugees back with them.
|Real Madrid||Donation of 1 million euros and donations channel enabled.|
|FC Barcelona||Through the FC Barcelona Foundation, and in collaboration with the Red Cross, food donation stations were set up at the Camp Nou to collect resources for Ukrainian babies and children. More than 17,000 kilograms of items were donated.|
|Atlético de Madrid||Donations channel open|
|Real Betis||Real Betis, through its Foundation, launched a campaign to collect humanitarian material to help meet the needs of those affected by the invasion. As well as that, the fan enquiries office at the Estadio Benito Villamarín has become a reception centre for humanitarian aid, with this material being sent to the affected country through the Ukrainian Catholic Church of Seville.|
|RCD Espanyol de Barcelona||An official club bus travelled to Radymno (Poland) on the Ukrainian border in collaboration with the ‘?s per tu’ association filled with food, basic and medical materials, and sports kit. The bus returned with children and families, bringing them back to Spain.|
|RC Celta||The Celta Foundation organised the following: collecting food and basic items on matchday at the Estadio Abanca Balaídos in collaboration with the Red Cross and Abanca; inviting Ukrainian families to first-team matches; donating clothes through the official RC Celta shop and via the Foundation; and auctioning signed shirts in order to raise funds.|
|Valencia CF||Collaborating through the Fundació VCF with different local and national organisations to help those affected by the Ukrainian conflict. The VCF Academy has kick-started a solidarity project with crowdfunding involving club directors, employees, and players.|
|CA Osasuna||Make Osasuna and its network of 140 associated clubs available to Ukrainian children and youngsters so that all those taken in in Navarre can continue playing football if they wish. Collection of supplies for Ukraine in coordination with Clúster SOS Ucrania during the match against Deportivo Alaves.|
|Deportivo Alavés||The club from Vitoria sold out their match against Granada CF, with the entire proceeds of ticket sales from the match being donated to the Save The Children NGO in order to help Ukrainian refugees.|
|Levante UD||A Ukranian boy will kick-off the game between Levante UD and RCD Espanyol in Valencia as a tribute to all the children suffering in his home country.|
|Getafe CF||Getafe CF have donated medical supplies to Ukraine. The shipment, which included above all surgical material, was carried out through the Spanish association of football club doctors. The club has also taken in two children to train with teams from the Escuela Getafe CF, and through its foundation is collaborating with NGO DIY UKRAINE.|
|SD Huesca||SD Huesca chartered a plane to send 2,500kg of supplies as well as bring 213 Ukranian refugees back to Spain from Warsaw, Poland.|
|Real Oviedo||Incorporating young Ukranians into their various youth team ranks.|
|Real Valladolid||Incorporating young Ukranians into their various youth team ranks.|
|CD Leganés||Called for the end of the war before their match vs Girona FC with an image of the pitch modified to show a peace sign, together with the following message: "All 'battles' should be like those played out over 90 minutes".|
|Real Zaragoza||Attention was drawn to the conflict ahead of the match vs CF Fuenlabrada through 22 boys and girls who walked out onto the pitch together with the players wearing yellow and blue shirts with the message 'Peace'.|
|Cádiz CF||The Andalusian club brought in two young Ukrainian players to play with their Juvenil youth team.|
|SD Ponferradina||SD Ponferradina donated all proceeds from their match against SD Eibar to the KidsUcrania NGO to support Ukrainian refugees.|
|CD Mirandés||For the club’s recent match at Anduva against FC Cartagena, tickets were sold to the public at a price of 10 euros and they even set up a ‘Row 0’ option, through which those who couldn’t attend the match could still buy a ticket and thereby make a donation, since all the money raised from these sales went to those affected by the conflict in Ukraine.|
|SD Eibar||With their match against CD Mirandés at Ipurua, the club donated one euro per spectator and made a ‘Row 0’ option possible, helping to support the needs of those impacted by the crisis in Ukraine, raising 6,085 euros. Furthermore, over the club’s last few home games they have been inviting to the stadium the Ukrainian refugees who are currently staying in households in Eibar and neighbouring towns.|