Find out about the projects with which Fundación MAPFRE collaborates
Teach for America Bay Area runs the “Deepening School Partnerships and Impact in Pursuit of Excellent Education in the Bay Area” project which is seeking to ensure high-quality education for all children, regardless of their economic status.
For a young person from a family without formal education or financial resources getting to university is practically impossible. The few that do manage it find it so difficult to adapt that the majority of them abandon their studies. Bottom Line supports 396 young people from their very first day at university until their graduation.
Each year, four underprivileged Latin American and Caribbean students get the opportunity to improve their English and develop their leadership skills through theNPH Seattle Instituteprogram.
Many citizens from the towns of Webster and Dudley are in need. The United Way organization involves the whole community in order to support their neighbors and help them escape from the difficult predicament in which they find themselves. Their goal is to create a community that cares for all its members so they can attain an acceptable standard of living.
The project is run by ENLACE, an academy within the Lawrence High School, which provides English language learning support. This program run by Fundación Real Madrid and Fundación MAPFRE is a purely sports-focused program, through basketball, which will help students to cooperate with each other, to improve their performance and awaken their interest in sports.
The Head Start program, carried out by the Worcester Community Action Council, offers nutritional care to children at risk of social exclusion and to their families in Worcester, in the state of Massachusetts, the United States.
Teach for America Massachusetts works to offer students from vulnerable backgrounds new academic opportunities through expanding community schools. In all, 455 students and teachers benefit from this project.
Nuestros Pequeños Hermanos (Our younger brothers) forms leaders from communities in risk of exclusion
The leadership project of “The Seattle Institute”, run by the Nuestros Pequeños Hermanos (NPH) organization, invests in the development of six college students each year from NPH, who travel to the United States to study.