Goalkeepers Joel Robles (Betis) and David Soria (Getafe) have teamed up to lead a popular financing campaign, with the participation of Getafe Sport, to help the Getafe hospital, which is going through hard times due to the coronavirus pandemic. “The initiative was born to help the Getafe University Hospital. It has arisen due to the situation we are experiencing, the hospitals in Madrid are almost all saturated and I think that we can all contribute our bit in these difficult times,” says Joel , born in Leganés but raised in Getafe. “I have launched the initiative but I am accompanied by David Soria, a colleague by profession and position, from Madrid and a militant in Getafe, the team in my city where the aid is destined. The initiative aims to donate through a platform and we hope to get all the possible money. We are in constant contact with the Hospital and, obviously, we know that it is very difficult to get masks or gowns now, but we will do everything possible to supply them with what is in our hands, “wishes Joel. Many public figures and athletes are shouldering during the pandemic, there are many initiatives to help health workers. “The most important thing is that each one help as much as they can. The economic objective that we have set is 20,000 euros, but hopefully it could be more, “says Joel. This aid campaign was launched on Monday night through the ‘GoFundMe’ platform and has already raised more than 4,000 euros.