The coronavirus pandemic has changed many of our work habits. Remote working is here to stay and pandemic fatigue has multiplied daily stress. On World Day for Safety and Health at Work we tell you how to improve your physical and mental condition.
Our Fundación MAPFRE Social Awards are aimed at individuals and organizations that dedicate their efforts and work to improving the lives of others. You can be one of the winners, there is still time. Send us your application before the 31st May.
Everything – past, present and future – can be found in books. Choose a book, open it, start reading, relive old feelings, and experience new emotions. We invite you to join us in the magic of reading, of opening up your imagination, of creating a reality! Happy World Book Day!
11,300 volunteers. 1,637 activities. More than 170,000 people benefited in 28 countries. These 2020 figures say it all:we have more volunteers each year, and with them, we all grow.
Cities are adopting new mobility formulas to allow all users to use public roads in an integrated manner. No matter how you get around, whether you are a pedestrian or a driver, whether you use your own vehicle or public transport, the city is a space in which we must all coexist and circulate safely.
Jawlensky’s paintings also fascinate children. His vivid colors attract children’s eyes and the characters that inhabit his paintings provoke their curiosity. Encourage your kids and participate together in the Instagram contest #PintaJawlensky by interpreting and recreating the works of the Russian painter!
In these times of pandemic it is not easy to gather more than 300 people to celebrate solidarity and commitment. While following all anti-covid protocols, the Fundación Civil Hogar Luceros del Amanecer organized a leisure event in recognition of the work we do in the city of Camoapa.
The exhibition Alma Charra, which has been inaugurated in Santo Domingo de la Cruz, Salamanca and can be visited until November 2021, brings us closer to the creative universe of the artist from Salamanca, Venancio Blanco.
The year 2020 was a very challenging one for families. The usual difficulties were even further exacerbated by lockdown situations, children having to study at home, the need to maintain social distancing, and economic problems. The Semillas, aprendiendo en familia (Seeds for Family-Based Learning) project offers support to parents to help raise their children at this difficult time.
Easter is here. Although we cannot travel from one region to another, you will definitely have the chance to spend part of your time outdoors. So there are no surprises, here are some simple tips.
Videogame players are in luck. Next April, the Live Gamers Show, the biggest Spanish-speaking online event in the videogame world, is taking place and we’ll be there to talk about gamers’ health.
Some of the activities that have been most badly affected by the pandemic are those associated with our exhibitions. To continue transmitting the value of art and culture, we have set up AproximArte, our new digital project of educational content.
We participate in Digitalizadas to support women who are struggling to get ahead, to improve, to achieve and, thanks to the training work carried out by our volunteers, to break down technological and gender barriers.
If you want to be useful to your community and set up a Community Foundation, you will be interested in the 1st call for a Support Program to Set Up Community Foundations promoted by AEF.
During the months of March and April, every Tuesday we will delve into the relationship between photography and world of exhibitions and museums.
Every year, on the second Tuesday in February, this event is held to promote safe and positive use of the Internet, especially among children and young people. We join this celebration with initiatives that can help to guarantee the safety of network users.
Child poverty is a tragedy. It cripples children’s dreams and robs society of their potential talent. The Alianza País Pobreza Infantil Cero (Country Partnership for Zero Child Poverty) was created to ensure that the 27.4% of children living at risk of poverty in Spain can have access to a better future. Fundación MAPFRE joins this initiative with the certainty that together we can offer our children equal development opportunities.