BPL team Chattogram Challengers to auction players’ signed bat

Bangabandhu Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) team Chattogram Challengers has taken a unique initiative to deal with coronavirus. A bat signed by all the cricketers of the team is being auctioned to raise funds against coronavirus. The Spreeha Bangladesh Foundation (SBF) has joined the team in promoting healthcare in the coronavirus crisis.

BPL team Chattogram Challengers to auction players' signed bat

The team representing Chattogram has been campaigning online for the past one month to create awareness about the disaster caused by coronavirus. This time, the Challengers are focusing on ensuring the health care of the disadvantaged people.

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The popular team, which has made it to the last four of the latest BPL, has taken the initiative to raise funds in association with the Spreeha Foundation, which was established in 2012.

According to the Chattogram Challengers authorities, the players of the team will sign a bat which will be auctioned. The entire proceeds from the auction will be used in the healthcare sector to combat coronavirus. The Spreeha Foundation will raise funds on the ( platform. The foundation wants to raise at least Rs 6 lakh from the health care campaign fund.

Those who donate to this foundation will get the opportunity to own the bat with the signature of the player of Chattogram Challengers. The bat will be given to the person who will donate the most to the fund within 10 days.

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