Solidarity bottle from Cantabria Labs and the Rafa Nadal Foundation
The limited edition Christmas solidarity gift from Cantabria Labs and the Rafa Nadal Foundation has gone on sale, with all proceeds going to the Rafa Nadal Foundation’s centres in Palma de Mallorca and Valencia. The aim is to support the programmes run by the Foundation’s mental health team, which benefit more than 300 children in vulnerable situations.
The solidarity gift for this Christmas is a 450 ml vacuum-insulated, double-walled stainless steel bottle which keeps drinks cold or hot throughout the day. With a design inspired by the values shared by Cantabria Labs and the Rafa Nadal Foundation, the solidarity bottle is now on sale at the Rafa Nadal Foundation’s online store for €20.
“At the Rafa Nadal Foundation’s centres, we work with sports and education to ensure that all children and young people have access to equal opportunities, now and in the future. To achieve this, it is particularly important to provide support for mental health issues”, explained María Francisca Perelló, director of the Rafa Nadal Foundation, which recently celebrated its 10th anniversary.
“Here at Cantabria Labs, we renew our support and admiration for the wonderful work carried out by the Rafa Nadal Foundation through its programmes and projects. Every Christmas, we also seek to promote and focus on a specific initiative, and we feel that mental health plays an especially important role in the lives of these children, which is why we are offering this solidarity gift”, added Juan Matji, President of Cantabria Labs.
The Rafa Nadal Foundation’s centres offer a programme to supplement schooling which focuses on three areas: sports, education and psychosocial well-being. In this project, sport and play serve as tools for social inclusion and the promotion of attitudes and values such as companionship, responsibility, effort and equality.
As a supporter of the Rafa Nadal Foundation, Cantabria Labs is committed to the development, well-being and social integration of young people. The Spanish laboratory began its relationship with the foundation of the Manacor-born tennis player more than two years ago and, since then, has collaborated on activities involving dozens of young people with the aim of raising awareness about the importance of health.