vivo Malaysia Donates to Pan-Disability Football Club Through its vivo Dream Field Campaign
As part of its vivo Care initiative, vivo has funded towardsbuilding a better facility for the differently-abled footballers in Malaysia
vivo donated a total of RM7,420 to the Pan-Disability Football Club in supporting the community towards building a dedicated training centre & facilities for disability football in Malaysia through a 1-month crowdfunding vivo Dream FieldCampaign. For every smartphone sold via the vivo official E-store from 11 June to 11 July, vivo Malaysia has channelled RM35 to fund the Pan-Disability Football Club as part of its vivo Care initiative
“vivo stands firm on its belief of empowering communities, especially underserved ones, in support of enabling them to weather through these difficult times. With the collected funds, we hope to contribute towards helping thedifferently-abled footballers in Pan-Disability Football Clubto enable them to have a better training ground to showcase the fiery sportsmanship spirit within them,” said Mike Xu, Chief Executive Officer of vivo Malaysia.
As the UEFA EURO 2020™ official partner, vivo has been helping to encourage & enable people around the world to be in the moment & get closer to the action as they connect & celebrate with friends, family, & fellow fans. Under the vivo Care Programme, the vivo Dream Field campaign is one of vivo Malaysia’s activations surrounding the EURO 2020 tournament. It aims to empower & assist vulnerable communities across Malaysia while bringing to life vivo’s passion for making every moment more magical for its users
“It was a great experience for us to be part of this vivo Dream Field campaign & to share our visions with everyone. Thank you vivo Malaysia for bringing us closer to the goal of accessing better facilities,” said FakriRaimi, an amputee football player from the Pan-Disability Football Club
Founder of Pan-Disability Football Club, Sunny Shalesh added, “We genuinely appreciate the given opportunity to work with vivo Malaysia, especially during these difficult times. As we are currently fundraising to build a dedicated training centre for the differently-abled athletes, the received funds will help to minimise the gap towards realising that goal while also enabling the players to explore different employment opportunities too.”