NOGA becomes donor of the Dutch disabled sports fund
Amsterdam, 18 March 2021. The Netherlands Online Gambling Association “NOGA”, the advocate and industry association of online gambling companies, also stands for a level playing field and therefore supports Dutch disabled sports fund ‘Fonds Gehandicaptensport’ with a donation with the intention of doing this annually.
The donation of NOGA fits in seamlessly with NOGA’s mission that it has set for itself, to – in addition to the responsibilities that the organisation and its members have in the field of a safe and responsible online gambling offer, combating gambling addiction and match fixing – it also supports Dutch sports. Especially supporting those for whom access to sports must be improved.
Managing Director Nike Boor of Fonds Gehandicaptensport is very grateful for the donation from NOGA: “As a result of Covid-19, many activities have been cancelled, which means that our resources are lagging behind. The donation from NOGA is therefore very welcome and valuable. Partly thanks to this contribution from NOGA, Fonds Gehandicaptensport can continue to strive to make sports a matter of course for everyone with a disability. ”
“NOGA stands as one team, shoulder to shoulder, behind the athletes with a disability, because here too there must be a level playing field. That is why we supported the Fonds Gehandicaptensport for the first time this year with a donation. The Fund is doing a great job in this area and the members of NOGA have therefore decided to support the Fund structurally in the coming years with a donation, ”says NOGA director Peter-Paul de Goeij.
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