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We believe in the strength of sport as a driver of significant social changes. We are
very proud to support special projects with a commitment to include sport in the
lives of people in social vulnerability and facilitate the access to the practice of

Encouraging inclusion and assistance

IRONMAN Brasil collaborates, since 2007, with welfare institutions through donations of money, food, and materials that can be used by them. More than R$ 550.000 was donated to institutions such as APAE in Florianópolis (Association of Parents and Friends of the Exceptional) and projects for the inclusion of people with disabilities; such as AFLODEF (Florianopolitan Association of Physically Disabled People), funding the purchase of more than 200 adapted wheelchairs.

Financial support and encouragement for the future of triathlon

Financially supports, since 2007, the Escolinha de Triathlon (Triathlon School) of the Federation of Triathlon of Santa Catarina, which serves an average of 50 athletes from 12 to 18 years old. This project provides opportunities for young people to enter the world of sports through swimming, cycling, and running, therefore forming competition teams and using the values of sportsmanship to train athletes and citizens.

Incentive of participation and donation of sports materials

Unlimited Sports also collaborates with beginning athletes, offering free registrations and discounts for sports projects such as the Fernanda Keller Institute, in Rio de Janeiro, and the Talentos do Capão (Talents from Capão) project, in São Paulo with support in registration and donation of sports materials collected during the athlete's check in of the TRIDAY Series circuits.

Solidarity Bazaar

The merchandise from all IRONMAN and IRONMAN 70.3 events, from 2001 to 2019 are the main attractions of the IRONMAN Brazil Solidarity Bazaar, which has been taking place since 2017 at the Unlimited Sports headquarters in São Paulo. In the first edition, athletes and fans were able to purchase the items and also collaborate with a great cause, helping to raise R$25,000 for Casa do Pequeno Cidadão (Small citizen house), whose mission is to welcome children and teenagers in danger situation and at personal and social vulnerability, contributing to their reintegration into their families and society.

The Brazilian triathlon community didn't disappoint, once again, in the second edition of the IRONMAN Brazil 2018 Solidarity Bazaar. As a result, funds the sales raised the total of R$ 15.000 that were donated to the international humanitarian organization Aldeias Infantis SOS (Children's Villages SOS), which carries out social work with children in 27 cities across the country and has already helped more than 140,000 people.

The last edition of the solidarity bazaar donated R$ 15.000 to the Monike Azevedo Social Project, which does an incredible job in teaching the practice of triathlon. This initiative has already helped more than 5,000 low-income children and young people through the Education and Sports program, in addition to revealing talents for our country.