The ‘Tour por Todos’ (Tour For All) last solidarity and intimate concert by Tony Carreira, which took place on December 9th, at the Cine-Teatro de Amarante, within the scope of Missão Continente’s 20 Year anniversary, raised 5,030.50 euros.

Photos link

Half of the money raised at the concert reverts to the Sara Carreira Association and the other half to a local association. ADESCO is the institution supported in this city.

During the concert, the respective checks were handed over to ADESCO and to the Sara Carreira Association, in a moment that was attended by their representatives, as well as the Mayor of Amarante, José Luís Gaspar.

It was in Amarante that we closed the ‘Tour por Todos’ concerts that celebrate, in a supportive way, Missão Continente’s involvement, over these 20 years, with the community. Through this intimate concert, more than 5 thousand euros were donated to the Sara Carreira Association and to ADESCO. We would like to thank the entire community that helps us, daily, to do good and have a positive involvement for the benefit of everyone,” says Nádia Reis, Director of Communication and Social Responsibility at Continente.

Missão Continente’s support for ADESCO allows us to continue and to strengthen our daily work within Amarante’s community. We really believe in this type of partnerships like this one with Missão Continente because, with everyone’s involvement, it is easier to make a difference and improve the lives of the least favoured and most vulnerable people, namely children, young people and the elderly. We also thank all those who purchased tickets for this ‘Tour por Todos’ concert,” states Luís Carlos Teixeira Coelho, ADESCO’s Representative, in Amarante.

Amarante was the last city that ‘Tour por Todos’ visited this year, with intimate concerts. The goal was to create a close and familiar relationship between the public and the artist who has kept, for several years, a close connection with Missão Continente.

In addition to the ‘Tour por Todos’, Missão Continente develops several projects, such as daily support for more than 1,100 institutions, with their food surpluses; the Missão Continente School educational programme, which reaches more than 800 schools, and impacts more than 100,000 pre-school and elementary school students and around 8,000 teachers, raising awareness, from an early age, on the consumers and customers of the future to make more balanced and sustainable choices; support for the gender equality cause, permanently collaborating with the Secretary of State for Citizenship and Equality and through the donation of goods to entities dedicated to this cause; and supporting several local initiatives and projects to address different needs.

Missão Continente represents all of Continente’s social responsibility initiatives, acting on the axes of food, people and planet, thus wanting to contribute to a more sustainable future.

Privacy Preference Center