On Sunday, January 29, the final of the Great Orchestra of Christmas Charity will take place. As every year, the campaign is supported by sports stars. Iga ¦wi±tek. At the moment, the price of the items of the leader of the WTA ranking is PLN 260,300.
Sochan supports the Great Orchestra of Christmas Charity. “I have to show you a very nice T-shirt”
The Great Orchestra of Christmas Charity also decided to support San Antonio Spurs basketball player Jeremy Sochan. The competitor has allocated special items for the auction. We are talking about a ball with the signatures of the basketball player and his teammates (current price – PLN 15,100) and a San Antonio Spurs T-shirt with the player’s autograph (current price PLN 15,459). The biggest treat, however, are four tickets for the team’s match against San Antonio in the current season, the current price of which is PLN 15,200.
It doesn’t end there. The Polish basketball player sent a few words to the fans via social media. “I have to show you a very nice T-shirt that I’m wearing now in San Antonio” – started the basketball player, who after a while presented himself in a T-shirt of this year’s edition of the Great Orchestra of Christmas Charity.
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“Do you know why I wear it? Because it’s time to play with the Great Orchestra. We collect a lot of money so that everyone can live healthy and in a healthy world. That’s it. Hey” added Sochan, using the traditional greeting of the originator of the action, Jurek Owsiak. The player added a short description to the recording on Twitter. – We play with the Orchestra! Whats up! Fundraising for medical equipment – a great charity event in Poland! – we read.
This year’s final of the Great Orchestra of Christmas Charity will take place on Sunday, January 29. The San Antonio Spurs, whose player is Sochan, are currently ranked 14th in the NBA Western Conference with a 14-35 record.
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