Find out about the projects with which Fundación MAPFRE collaborates
OneGoal, in partnership with Fundación MAPFRE, supports the lowest-income students, students of color and first-generation college students in Massachusetts on their path to educational success after high school.
2,700 young people in the USA, mostly talented first-generation students from low-income backgrounds, are going to graduate thanks to their partnership with Bottom Line.
The “Pre-Employment Training Program” offers job skills to people with intellectual disabilities to increase their chances of both professional and personal success in the workplace.
The United Way of South Central Massachusetts represents more than 20 non-profit agencies operating in the southern part of Worcester County. Three of them: the YMCA, Boys and Girls Club of Webster-Dudley and Tri-Valley, Inc. provide significant support to the population through outreach projects.
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 project works with children living below the poverty line and their families. It provides food and develops healthy nutrition habits so that children grow up healthy. In addition, the Lending Library program gives them access to books so that they and their families can develop good reading habits.
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.
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.
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.