Earlier today at the National Pool tal- Qroqq, Hon. Clifton Grima alongside SportMalta CEO, Mark Cutajar, Hospice CEO, Kenneth Delia and Hospice CRO Andrew Zammit launched the sporting event, Festa Sport.
Mr. Zammit explained that when they came up with the idea and contacted SportMalta they found immense support and could start planning the event, with seven sports, namely volleyball, netball, badminton, shooting, beach soccer, snooker, and water polo. Both Hospice Malta and SportMalta thanked all associations for the instant help they gave.
CEO of Hospice, Mr. Delia stated that with the new building they are launching to continue helping over 1,200 families each year while collaborating with the sport sector was a perfect fit. In every SportMalta facility there will be an event from the sports mentioned, Mr. Delia thanked the CEO of SportMalta and Hon. Clifton Grima for making this event possible.
Mr. Cutajar, CEO SportMalta spoke about the diverse voluntary associations that SportMalta always strives to help, when Hospice approached it wasn’t in question whether the entity would be helping with this event. Among other charity events organised by SportMalta he expressed how this will be a celebration of the Maltese generosity and a celebration of sport, this will continue to give life to SportMalta’s mission, to move a nation through the promotion and development of sport, for a healthy, inclusive, and successful Malta.
Hon. Clifton Grima closed off the event by expressing that both SportMalta and the Government will always offer to give their help to non-governmental entities in any aspect possible. He continued to show appreciation for all the events organised previously and promised to continue to work to help every entity.
This event, Festa Sport, will be held on the 29th of June in various SportMalta facilities, namely, Cottonera Sports Complex, Kirkop Sports Complex, Maria Assunta, Ta’ Kandja, National Pool and outdoor pitch at Birzebbuga. Donations will be gathered at each event to help Hospice Malta.