The pandemic caused us to suspend these awards in 2020 in order to devote all our efforts to mitigate the consequences of the crisis caused by the coronavirus. In an event held at the Real Casino de Madrid, our Social Outreach Awards have returned with greater commitment and with the certainty that working together is the way to move forward and help others improve.
Food shortages and malnutrition remain major obstacles to achieving sustainable development.Aware of the fact that the pandemic has deeply impacted hunger levels in Mexico, we have made our largest donation yet in this country – 25 million pesos – to the Mexican Food Bank Network.
The first aid package that Fundación MAPFRE Guanarteme has sent to the island of La Palma contains masks, goggles and eye drops to protect citizens from exposure to volcanic emissions. This donation is worth 65,000 euros.
Nine social entities of the Sé Solidario project received 28,800 nutritional biscuits, enriched with vitamins and minerals at our headquarters in Recoletos Street in Madrid on Monday 27 September.
Since the Cumbre Vieja volcano started erupting on September 20 on the island of La Palma, the lava flow has destroyed hundreds of houses, erased numerous farms and smallholdings, and left thousands of people homeless. Fundación MAPFRE sends them our heartfelt solidarity.
For many of the people living in the heart of the Amazon rainforest – the world’s largest – it is impossible to get an antigen test, an essential tool in the fight against COVID-19. This first Scientific Mission managed to conduct more than one thousand tests between August 3 and 25.
We invite you to join in the activities we’re organizing in a number of Spanish cities to celebrate European Mobility Week 2021. Its slogan is self-explanatory: “Move Sustainably: Stay Healthy”.
We continue to be committed to artistic creation, which is why we’re extending the deadline for you to give a boost to your unpublished photography project to September 24. Enter now and you could be putting your creative efforts on an international stage.
The international charity organization Mary’s Meals, which was recognized by our Social Awards in 2018, manages to ensure that some two million children in 19 different countries are provided with a meal every day at their primary schools.
Despite being a vacation month, the testing facility at the Wizink Center carried out more than 19,000 antigen tests on the people of Madrid in August. The success of this initiative has encouraged us to extend the service through to September 30.
The outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated the situation of many families living in conditions of extreme vulnerability. To help alleviate the consequences of this health and social crisis, we are involved in the ‘Mochilas de Sonrisas’ (Backpacks of Smiles) program of the Nutritional Education and Recovery Center (CREN) in the state of Alagoas.
If you’d like to take a free test to help identify the virus at an early stage, come along to our free testing center. We’ll be at the Wizink Center in Madrid until August 31.
If you’ve got an idea for improving the lives of people in your community, or if you think you can find a solution to local problems, you now have a great opportunity to start up a Community Foundation that promotes initiatives of common interest.
The upsurge of personal mobility vehicles (PMV) in cities has brought a change to the way we move around on city streets. Below we explain how to drive these vehicles in a safe and responsible way.
Like every year, in the month of July the thermometer rises and we all suffer the damaging effects of excess heat. With these tips you will learn to better withstand high temperatures.
We support the work of this NGO in its determination to improve the lives of people with ‘butterfly skin’, a rare and very painful genetic disease for which a cure has yet to be found. Today we are proud to receive their thanks for this support.
The summer season involves a change of rhythms and routines that can be used to instill more sustainable habits. With this campaign, we’re suggesting some little tricks you can introduce straight away to help fight the tendency to overuse your smartphone.