Brazilian digital influencer Felipe Joioso, from non-profit project ‘Live Solidária’, gathered Felipe Prior and Pedrinho Anão in a benefit event. The ‘Jogo dos Craques’ (Aces Game), at the Américo Brasiliense Gym, distributed more than 300 food baskets, a thousand liters of milk, cookies, candies, toys, balls and coronavirus protection masks for about four thousand families from Rincão, Motuca, Santa Lúcia and Américo. The donations were made by Netbet and Vcreditos, sponsors of the event.
The 'Live Solidária' event, by the digital influencer Felipe Joioso, begins to take on other proportions, leaving the virtual field for in-person events. This Monday (11), just before the Children's Day, Américo Brasiliense's Gym hosted the ‘Jogo dos Craques’.
The first edition of the event brought together the influencer and former Big Brother Brazil show, Felipe Prior, Pedrinho Anão, from Pânico, as well as Joioso and other guests not only for a football game, but for an action to benefit about four thousand families living in Americo, Rincão, Motuca and Santa Lucia.
More than 300 food baskets, 1,000 liters of milk, 1,000 filled cookies were donated, in addition to 4,000 candies, 2,000 toys, 2,000 balls and 1,000 masks to protect against the coronavirus were donated. The event's most emotional moment was the donation of a bicycle to 12-year-old Victor Honorato, known as Anjo de Motuca.
Despite being visually impaired, Victor is an active and happy child, who had his dream come true: winning a ball and a bicycle. “I am very happy with my gift. Now I'm going to run at 200 km/h and I can stop. My old bicycle had no brakes,” celebrates Victor.
Influencer Felipe Prior congratulated the organizers for the success of the event. “Participating in an event of this size to help people is very rewarding. I will definitely come back again and again to help,” stated Prior.
The donations were made by the bookmaker Netbet and VCreditos, sponsors of 'Live Solidária', a non-profit project started by the influencer Felipe Joioso in January 2021 to collect food baskets. Since its inception, the action has already helped more than twenty thousand families, with food baskets, liters of milk, cookies, toys, cleaning and personal hygiene products and even Easter eggs.
“The Live Solidária project has been maintained with a lot of collaboration. Our goal is to bring a plate of food to the table of those who need it and a little entertainment and fun, in a dignified and conscientious way. Today, we take some of this to four thousand families in the interior of São Paulo and we are still fulfilling the boy Victor's dream, of getting a bicycle,” said Felipe Joioso.
“These are joint attitudes that bring more love to families that have been going through many difficulties since the beginning of the pandemic. So far we have been able to help more than 20 thousand people,” concludes Joioso, who is already preparing for a large benefit event, which should take place in December.