Solidarity in the El Piche Cup ’13

With the sole and noble objective of helping, Enot Rubio, executive president of the Salvadoran Committee El Piche, has organized a tournament that invites all families to come to witness good football, to do their bit, and at the same time achieve great benefits for the “Thumb of America”.

“We are very happy because we turned 18 with this annual event for which we have always had the enthusiastic collaboration of the Latin American community,” said Rubio.

The tournament, which kicks off at 10:00 a.m., will feature eight teams facing each other as follows: the Los Angeles Police Department team will face the Inter Soccer League; the El Aviso Magazine squad will collide with Success 93.9 FM; the Los Angeles Sheriff’s box goes against Programa Lo Nuestro; and the 97.9 La Raza team will face La Prensa de Los Angeles.

The appointment is this Sunday in the courts of the High School West Adams, located in the 1500 of the West Washington Boulevard, in Los Angeles, the entrance will have a cost of 10 dollars, there will be food, music and fun for all the family, with the promise of the organizers that the proceeds will be destined to buy a container with humanitarian aid that will be sent to El Salvador.

The goal is to raise $18,000, of which Lupita’s Bakery has already donated 6,000, and an Iranian company another 6,000, and part of the funds generated will also be used for the remodeling of La Casa de la Amistad Abel and Martha Diaz, as well as the Oscar Auditorium and Nilda Medina.

For more information call (323) 697-4248

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