#PSGENGAGÉ – THE PARC DES PRINCES PAYS TRIBUTE TO THE PEOPLE WORKING TO COMBAT CORONAVIRUS
The installation of five giant billboards at the Parc des Princes was completed this morning, paying tribute to the thousands of professionals, delivery drivers, healthcare staff, law enforcement agencies, firemen, checkout staff, waste collectors, shopkeepers, pharmacists, bakers, truck drivers, farmers, postmen, social workers and other everyday heroes helping the country to continue to function.
- The #Restezchezvous (#StayHome) logo, which has appeared on all Club communications since the beginning of the crisis, reminds everyone of the key advice to stop the spread of the virus.
- The "Tous Unis" (All Together) image, which includes the Greater Paris University Hospitals, underlines the Club's support for healthcare staff. More than €200,000 has been raised for Paris Hospitals via the sale of 1,500 dedicated jerseys.
- The #PSGengagé brand refers to the fundraising platform launched by the club yesterday on PSG.fr. The funds raised will be used to finance the projects of Greater Paris University Hospitals, Secours Populaire Français, Action Against Hunger and other upcoming initiatives. https://www.helloasso.com/associations/fonds-de-dotation-paris-saint-germain/collectes/psg-engage
This initiative follows others launched by Paris Saint-Germain since the beginning of the crisis, including an initial donation of €100,000 to Secours Populaire Français as well as several campaigns via the club’s social networks to educate people about protective measures to combat the virus.
Club President and CEO Nasser Al-Khelaifi has also put all the Club's assets, such as the Parc des Princes and its fleet of vehicles, at the disposal of Greater Paris University Hospitals and partner charities. Other initiatives will be announced shortly.
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