The Councilor for Sports of the City Hall of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Aridany Romero, along with the president of the Little Brave Association, José Juan Jerez, today presented the Rainbow Family Virtual Experience Solidarity Race, which this year will be held from November 23 to 29 in virtual format and in which the participation of a thousand people is expected through the app enabled by the organization, according to a municipal note.
An event organized by Pequeno Valiente and a Top Time Eventos production that combines, according to Jerez, “sport, health, music, diversity and, most importantly, family togetherness. We propose a virtual action where participants only have to download an application on their mobile and with a single click live this experience once again “.
On this occasion, the travel It will be at the choice of the participants, either in laps or a linear one over a distance defined by the modality in which they have registered, which in this case is contemplated for both 7 kilometers -Rainbow 7, from 15 years with a price of 10 euros- as for 2 kilometers -Rainbow Family, for all audiences, with a double registration of 16 euros, with the possibility of including an extra relative-.
Also for all those who want to contribute to the race without participating in the distance, the so-called Social Registration is also enabled, which consists of a donation of 10 euros.
The inscription It can be carried out until Sunday, November 29 through the event website http://rainbowfamily.es or in person at the Little Brave Children with Cancer Association, located at 29 Bravo Murillo Street, from Monday to Friday from 9:00 to 18:00.
Participants will receive a race pack with different food products, gifts and the T-shirt of this edition, which they can collect at the association’s headquarters or receive it at the address indicated in the registration.
“It is about continuing to share together in a different but no less participatory way,” Jerez explained. “A family experience where distance is not the most important thing, but rather sharing a great act of solidarity”.
The collection of the test will go to the different Projects in which the Little Valiant Association works in support of children and families affected by childhood cancer, channeling a part in the House Home of the organization.
“Thanks to the City Council and Top Time in the organizational and logistical part, we return with this exciting test. We need everyone’s help more than ever, especially in these times marked by the pandemic that has reduced public and private aid,” he recalled Sherry.
For his part, the Councilor for Sports, Aridany Romero, highlighted the solidarity nature of this event that “combines sport, health, diversity and a lot of fun, being an excellent reason to make visible the fight against childhood cancer, which has a cure, and in which is turned over by the Little Brave Association “.
“Despite the pandemic, we will continue to collaborate to achieve the success of this new edition. From the IMD and from all the City Council services we have committed ourselves to this test and, of course, we will continue to do so in the future,” added Romero.