"Unite for Children, Unite against AIDS"

May 03, 2007 by Euroleague.net Print
"Unite for Children, Unite against AIDS"
Final Four stars visit hospital  
Marcus Brown and David Andersen - UNICEF, united for children - FF Athens 2007 A joyful noise on the part of young patients and Euroleague Basketball stars filled the largest children's hospital in Greece on Thursday morning during the first official act of the 2007 Final Four. The visit to Agia Sophia Hospital in Athens by two stars from each Final Four team not only tipped off one of the biggest weekends in world sports, but also marked the start of Euroleague Basketball's cooperation with UNICEF's international "Unite for Children, Unite against AIDS" campaign. MORE

Stars visit hospital
Pablo Prigioni and Luis Scola  - UNICEF, united for children - FF Athens 2007

Make a donation!
EBEuroleague Basketball encourages fans in Athens and around the world to join forces in support of UNICEF's programs for children. Donations can be made to UNICEF to further this great cause of helping children. To make your donations in Greece, call 801 500 12345 or 901 11 17 17 17 (3.56 euro per call, VAT included) or send an SMS to 1616 (1 euro + VAT per text message). You can also help outside Greece by making an on-line donation to UNICEF Greece at this address: https://www.easypay.gr/unicef.pay?lang=2

Historic ball sells for $1025!
Ball Final four Bologna 2002, signed Panathinaikos Euroleague Basketball and UNICEF are pleased to announce that the historic Panathinaikos ball that was on an eBay auction for a week sold for $1025! After a shy start the bids climbed up to reach a figure, 100% of which will go to the worldwide organization that works for children all around the globe. Also, the lucky winner will be able to attend the Final Four gala dinner to take place on Saturday May 5 in case he or she is in Athens that night. The historic ball features the signatures of all the 2002 Panathinaikos team that won the Euroleague trophy in Bologna including those of Lazaros Papadopoulos, Johnny Rogers, Damir Mulaomerovic, Ibrahim Kutluay or that Final Four MVP, Dejan Bodiroga.