“Doing good by looking at who” relies on the solidarity that overcomes the obstacles of the pandemic – Leiria Region

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It is already a landmark in the region. The “Do Good To Who” campaign, promoted by the LEIRIA REGION for over two decades, continues to focus on securing resources for institutions that make a difference, supporting the community in several areas.

The Leiria-Fátima food bank was chosen this year to receive support from the campaign. The pandemic and the changes that resulted from it resulted in changes in the implementation of the initiative, but not in the spirit and goals of the campaign. Contrary to what was usual, the Christmas sale of the newspaper will not go through the streets of the region with solidarity devices. But even so, this edition of the newspaper is united and the value of the sale in newsstands and to businesses in the region will return to the institution’s favor. If it is certain that the ardinas will not sell in the street, for public health reasons, the reader can be an actor in this campaign, by acquiring one or more newspapers in kiosks, thus adding funds which will have a solidarity destination, supporting these. more precisely.

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Over the past two decades, the campaign promoted by REGION OF LEIRIA, has already raised more than 150,000 euros for around sixty establishments in the district of Leiria and the municipality of Ourém which provide social support in several areas. areas.

Over the years, the campaign promoted by the REGION OF LEIRIA, has already raised more than 150,000 euros for the benefit of ten establishments in the district of Leiria and the municipality of Ourém which provide social support in several areas. . And the support that the regional community has given to the campaign, makes as much or more sense in this unusual year.

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After all, the current context has increased the pressure on the solidarity institution operating in Leiria. It suffices to take into account that, according to data from the food bank against hunger of Leiria-Fátima, 700 new requests for help were registered, all a consequence of covid-19, in the nine municipalities covered by the unit. – Leiria, Alvaiázere, Batalha, Porto de Mós, Marinha Grande, Pombal, Figueiró dos Vinhos, Pedrógão Grande, Alvaiázere and Ourém.

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