#RetoGaiato, Grupo Tejedor Lázaro’s new charity project

reto gaiato new charity project

Grupo Tejedor Lázaro, the business group to which Derwent Group belongs, just launched one of its most altruistic initiatives, Reto Gaiato (Gaiato Challenge). This project combines hard work, motivation, achievement, humanity, health and altruism with a single goal: to fight the poverty, hunger and malnutrition of the children of Mozambique. 

How does it work? Reto Gaiato is a platform on which athletes, both professionals and amateurs, can present extraordinary challenges with an altruistic purpose: to obtain donations that will be used to give gaiatos (Mozambican orphans) dignified living conditions and a better future.

All the money raised will go to Fundación Mozambique Sur, a non-profit organization that is known in Spain and abroad for its commitment, ethical values and humanitarian work.

Would you like to support us? We need your help! 

Support Reto Gaiato.

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