El Patio de los Valientes is a project being run by ANDEX in the Hospital Virgen del Rocío in Seville, with the goal of constructing an outside playground and recreational area to brighten up the lives of youngsters admitted for a stay in the Child Oncology Unit.
Each completed project translates into hundreds of stories that mark a before and after in the lives of people at risk of social exclusion.
The ADEMPA association has rolled out a project to renew the materials and furniture required by hundreds of children with psychomotor and maturational retardation.
Hogares para el futuro, a project from the Mundo Justo Association, aims to provide a decent homes for all the mothers with children up to 16 years old at risk of social exclusion, who found themselves outside the remit of the State's welfare system.
We collaborate with the Casa Caridad NGO with a project that aims to help families at risk of social exclusion with children from 1 to 3 years old who visit their educational centers on a daily basis.
Our volunteers have now made their choices. Thanks to their proposals, more than 100 projects from small non-profit social entities were registered, and, with their participation, 10 have been chosen to receive a €10,000 grant. In addition to a cash prize, the volunteers will collaborate with them so they can develop some of their goals. Do you want to find out more about them?
Performing research into laminopathy.
In the neighborhood of Orcasitas in Madrid, Pilar Aural, the heart and soul of El Pato Amarillo, has been helping families in dire circumstances survive for years. The organization insists on giving a chance to those who have lost practically everything.
San Vicente de Paul operates across Spain and their work is based on direct, face-to-face care for the most needy people. Their objective is to bridge welfare gaps and uphold social justice.
Helping people with cerebral palsy.
Didi you know that over 750,000 children in Spain cannot afford to buy enough material to start the new school year? Thanks to this project we succeeded in improving this situation in Spain to ensure the equality of every boy and girl.
After the natural phenomenon ‘The Coastal Niño’ swept through Peru, leaving the country devasTated, Fundación MAPFRE acted rapidly to send Spanish firefighters who installed four water treatment plants that supplied more than 16,000 people.
Thanks to your support, we managed to raise the €30,000 needed to send a mobile unit that gave many people affected by the war in Syria access to rehabilitation and physiotherapy in the Syrian refugee camp of Za’atari in Jordan.
With your crucial support we were able to achieve our objective: provide the Aladina ICU unit of the Niño Jesús Hospital with improved technology and the best beds, cots, stands, etc. in order to make hospital stays for child patients and their families as comfortable as possible.
Children such as Paula and Lucía, who have to live with ‘brittle bones’, will be safer in cars every time they travel. We have collected enough money to develop a demonstration model of a child restraint system specifically for children with brittle bone disease.
Thanks to your generosity we have succeeded in ensuring that 140 families living in the Al-Farah and Ale Askar refugee camps receive two liters of drinking water every day. This way, they have water to drink, for baby bottles and for hygiene, among other uses.
Thanks to the participation of many people like you, we were able to help alleviate the terrible consequences of the earthquake that struck on 16 April 2016, making it possible to set up two water treatment plants capable of supplying 8,000 citizens and a hospital.
Santa Fe is one of the areas of Mexico City with the highest levels of inequality and poverty, where many children have no access to a balanced diet. But thanks to you we are eradicating this situation. Now, 330 children in Santa Fe are provided with a healthy meal every day.