The Juventus forward and the model have once again shown their most supportive side. The soccer player Cristiano Ronaldo and his partner Georgina Rodriguez have shown their solidarity facet on many occasions. On this occasion, it was the model's sister who revealed the precious gesture that both of them had with a child with cancer. Tomás is already on his way to Barcelona to carry out some tests and begin his cancer treatment at the Vall d'Hebron Hospital. "Thank you @georginagio and @cristiano for your help, solidarity and great heart. Infinite thanks for helping us get Tomás to access treatment,” he wrote.
As reported by the portal '20 minutes', it is a 7-year-old Portuguese boy belonging to a family without resources to face the treatment he needed to combat the disease. The case came to the attention of Cristiano and Georgina and they did not hesitate to bear all the economic costs. For her part, Georgina is an ambassador for the 'Nuevo Futuro' foundation , an organization that has worked in the field of child protection for years. Last Christmas, the Spanish-Argentine did not hesitate to become the page of the Magi and go to the center with a multitude of gifts for the children.
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