Schumacher family inspired by fans to start 'Keep Fighting' initative

To spread the conviction to keep fighting in times of distress, the family of Michael Schumacher has announced a not-for-profit initiative titled ‘Keep Fighting’.

Michael Schumacher is currently recuperating at his home in Switzerland.   -  AP

To spread the conviction to keep fighting in times of distress, the family of Michael Schumacher has announced a not-for-profit initiative titled ‘Keep Fighting’.

Schumacher has been recuperating from a head injury he had suffered in France for three years; the messages of solidarity the family has received after that has propelled it to start ‘Keep Fighting’. The purpose of the initiative is to spread hope and encouragement to people in times of need.

“We wanted to send a sign of encouragement at a time where people are open to it. The Keep Fighting Initiative is about courage, hope and belief in your own confidence. It is about giving back positive energy that the Schumacher family has received by so many wonderful people in the whole world,” Sabine Kehm, Schumacher's manager, was quoted as saying by www.autoindustriya.com.

Not much is known of Schumacher’s current physical condition. He had sustained the injury while skiing in France in 2013.