Chevrolet dedicated a new
football pitch in New Delhi to benefit underprivileged children as part of its
“Beautiful Possibilities Program.” “We believe play has the power to change
lives and shape communities,” said Kaher Kazem, President and Managing Director
GM India, adding that “At Chevrolet, we are using football to make meaningful
connections around the world and benefit children who truly need it most.”
Chevrolet partnered with
Sudeva Sports Private Limited, a local organisation dedicated to improving the
future of children in need and helping at risk youth find opportunities for
growth through sports like football and tennis. Sudeva Sports Private Limited
will use the new pitch, located at the Baptist Church Trust Association, as a
tool to provide children access to football while keeping them away from
negative influences by focusing their attention on sports and education.
As part of the unveiling,
Manchester United Legend Quinton Fortune joined Kazem in dedicating the pitch
with Sudeva Sports Private Limited Co-founder Anuj Gupta.
“Today’s event is all about
children and the opportunities being provided to them. We thank all our partners and friends who
have come forward and supported us
towards this cause. When we come together to support the growth of
children, amazing things will happen” said Anuj Gupta.
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