Havan joined the “Salve a Laurinha” campaign and assigned a zero kilometer motorcycle, stylized with the colors of the Brazilian flag and official shirts from partner clubs, Vasco da Gama and Athletico Paranaense, autographed by the entire cast. The donations will be part of the initiatives that seek resources for the treatment of the baby from Nova Trento (SC), Anna Laura Orsi Batista, Laurinha, who fights against Spinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA).
The girl Laurinha was diagnosed with SMA, type 1, at 7 months. Degenerative neuromuscular disease is very serious and needs to be treated until the age of two. Therefore, the girl’s family runs out of time, since the baby is 1 year and 3 months old.
To treat it, a single dose of the drug Zolgensma is needed, which costs around 12 million reais. So far, R $ 7 million has been raised. Several campaigns are taking place simultaneously to add up to the R $ 5 million still needed.
To help, Havan donated the motorcycle and autographed shirts of the partner clubs. The vehicle was a gift from Central Sul, supplier of Havan, received through a raffle among the main buyers of the company. Central Sul chose to personalize the bike in the colors of Brazil, receiving the name Patriot Motorcycle. “It is a time for everyone to come together and contribute in any way they can. Unfortunately, Laurinha is not the only one with this type of disease. In Brazil, more than 8 thousand children have this disease. But, regardless of the amount, all aid is of paramount importance. If each region and city embraces the closest campaigns, the greater the chance that children who suffer from this disease will get the medicine ”, says Havan’s owner Luciano Hang.
Both the Patriot Motorcycle, which will also be signed by the businessman, and the club shirts will be available on the “Salve a Laurinha” campaign website. They were delivered to Laurinha’s father, Evandro Batista, during a Live held on Tuesday, 24. The bike will be raffled and the shirts auctioned, on the campaign’s official Instagram: @salvealaurinha.
Check out more details about the campaign on the website: www.salvealaurinha.com.br/ and help you too!