Intercruises’ Barcelona based teams collected over 20kg of plastic caps to help Tetraplegia sufferer Daniel Tomás (pictured below on his 13th birthday). Tetraplegia is an illness that results in the partial or total loss of limb and torso control.

Daniel Tomas

The caps were collected as part of SEUR’s “Tapones Para Una Nueva Vida” (Caps for a New Life) charity; an organisation that helps children like Daniel Tomás receive the rehabilitation they need to obtain a better quality of life. Click here to learn more about the Tapones Para Una Nueva Vida

 

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