HKR 2020

KITZ-CHARITY-Trophy 2020

Photo: WWP_GROUP
25.01.2020

„Courage grows with the heart, and the heart grows with every good deed.“ Adolph Kolping

As in previous years, the KITZ-CHARITY-Trophy will raise awareness for a good cause: This year marks the 23rd time that financial aid will be given to mountain farmers facing difficulties in the Tyrol and South Tyrol. Last year, a sum of 150,000 € was raised for affected families by countless sponsors and contributors.

In the past, stars such as World Champion Formula 1 racer Sebastian Vettel and his colleague Max Verstappen, as well as singer Ronan Keating and actor Tobias Moretti have taken part. The grand finale of this thrilling charity event was the appearance of former ski racers and legends Anderl Molterer, Hias Leitner oder Marlies und Benni Raich.

In 2020, celebrities will come together in the name of charity and athletic challenge for the 23rd time. The charity event will take place this Saturday, 25th January 2020, after the men’s Downhill on the final stretch of the notorious Streif. At 14:15 hrs, when the whistle blows, Hans Knauß, Didier Cuche, Gerhard Berger, Max Verstappen, Tommy Hilfiger and many more will brave the slope.

Thanks to the collaboration between the WWP agency, Kitzbühel Ski Club and land owners Dr. Klaus Reisch and Evi Klingler, help will reach those who need it most this year.

 

Photo © WWP GROUP


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