The University of Malta Futsal team, in collaboration with J. Portelli Projects and Parks Malta, organised a clean-up last Saturday in Siggiewi as part of our efforts to give back to the community.
As the entity responsible for the upkeep and maintenance of national parks and embellishment of other public spaces, the Club teamed up with Parks Malta’s Clean-Up campaign which promises that for every amount of kilograms of waste collected will be replaced with the planting of native Maltese trees in the same valleys.
As a sports organisation, our aims are not just to organize training sessions or participate in futsal leagues but to go beyond that. As the generation of tomorrow we feel that, especially in light of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change Report declaring a code red for humanity and Malta’s declaration of a state of climate emergency, we have a duty to take action to care for our environment.
In addition to representatives of Parks Malta, members of the Club’s executive committee were joined by employees from J. Portelli Projects, who we would like to take for joining us in this cause. Throughout this year we are working to show that social responsibility and care for our community will not only be carried out by the members of the Club’s executive but is also done by all those participating with us, including our sponsors. This clean up represents the start of a series of initiatives and activities that we will be undertaking throughout the year in order to promote more Corporate Social Responsibility from organisations and companies and to promote the importance of giving back to the community.
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