A great day that we attended last Saturday, April 2, International Autism Day, at the Greenvilas club, where a Solidarity Paddle marathon was held in favor of the CEPRI School for children with autism and serious personality disorders.
The coordinator of ASPADO Monitors, Víctor Orea, participated in the tournament as a couple with Pedro Gómez, a student of the Adult School of the University of Alcalá de Henares, the only player with a disability who has participated in this Marathon.
The event brought together more than 450 people who enjoyed activities for children and adults, as well as the paddle tennis tournament. A great SOLIDARITY day that served to raise funds destined to improve the infrastructure of the CEPRI School of Majadahonda.
The little ones could have fun singing games, face painting, bouncy castles, wizard, various animations and the incredible presence of the 501st Legion emulating the great protagonists of Star Wars.