Lbasketball star Willy Hernangmez has joined forces with Old El Paso to join your successful challenge #MessFreeChallenge in Spain. This is a new version of the Slam Dunk with the innovative and “no hassle” Tortilla Pockets, to which numerous basketball players have joined, as well as other top-level athletes around the world who, in order to support food banks who are helping thousands of families, have dared to make a fun solidarity mate while making a donation with an omelette in hand, avoiding spilling its contents.
This solidarity challenge in social networks was started by the Australian tennis player Nick kyrgios, NBA fan, who, with a Tortilla Pocket in his hand, he made a donation to the Food Bank of Australia to unite the basketball community in the goal of helping the fight against hunger.
From there other players and former players joined the initiative as Tony Parker, Thabo Sefolosha, Andrew Bogut o Andre Drumond. Andrew Wiggins He was the one who challenged Willy. “I want to thank Andrew Wiggins who has sent me this solidarity challenge which is a precious initiative of Old El Paso to help underprivileged families with food donations, “the Pelicans player told MARCA. Now he throws it at Joe Ingles:”I don’t know if I can do it because it’s not easy, it’s something different.. But the important thing is to participate and help add food to this solidarity project. “
In Spain, in addition to Willy Hernangmez, also participate Leticia Romero, who received the challenge from Temi Fagbenle. All over the world they have already been donated 120,000 food batches and in Spain the goal is to reach 17,000, 8,000 of them on behalf of Willy and Leticia.