Clausura 2023 Liga MX hasn’t started yet, but it didn’t matter Tigres UANL because the cat group has already started to win off the field. This motivated The Tigres Foundation, affiliated with the Monterrey Club, received the 2022 Latino Social Leader Award for its social and environmental work.
Said cat group award”is one of the most important in Central Europe for Latin American leaders working on sustainable development and social innovation.”according to a statement sent by the neo-Oleones institution and it adds that “supported by the leadership and contributions of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development set by the United Nations (UN).”
Recognition was given to the team in which André Pierre Gignac and Diego Cocca perform in the ceremony took place in Vienna, Austria, where the Fundación Tigres team went. Monterrey Organization was selected from among 100 participants from countries such as Brazil, Chile and Colombia.
Responsible for its delivery were Roberto A. Arrucha, founder of the Global School for Social Leaders; Claudia Gintersdorfer, Director for the Americas of the European Union; Rodrigo Olsen, Ambassador of Chile to Austria at the UN in Vienna, and Luis Javier Campusano, Ambassador of Mexico to Austria and to the UN in Vienna.
On the other hand, the club explained in its official bulletin that Thus, they confirm their leadership and commitment to social goals, What kind in the fight against Covid-19, as well as noting that they are the first football club to receive this award.
Source: La Opinion
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