The Daniel Project Association provides a suitable space in hospitals for young people fighting cancer. In addition, they provide financial support to families who are unable to pay for medicine, food supplements and transport to the treatment centers.
150 people benefit from the presence of Fundación MAPFRE in Costa Rica. This Central American republic of fewer than 5 million inhabitants can boast of having one of the most consolidated democratic systems in the world. It can also pride itself on abolishing its army in 1948 and being recognized by Happy Planet Index, published by the New Economics Foundation, as the happiest country.
The Fundación Pro Unidad de Cuidado Paliativo works to improve the quality of life of children and young people undergoing treatment at different medical centers in Costa Rica.