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The Barceló Foundation incorporates this new entity to its solidarity food program due to the unemployment rates that will register Mallorca this summer because of the closure of the hotels by the COVID-19.
As a result of the end of the state of alarm decreed by the central government, the Mallorcan entity reopens its doors to resume its face-to-face activity.
The Barceló Foundation and Ela Balears Association celebrates the World Day Against ALS, celebrated last Sunday 21st of June, to make the disease visible and improve the quality of life of those affected.
The Barceló Foundation and the Candelaria Solidarity Foundation join forces and award 30 vocational training scholarships to 30 young orphans and albinos without resources in Mtendere.
Between March, April and May the association (sponsored by the Barceló Foundation) has received 30.084 requests for assistance, an increase of 30% over 2019.
The Barceló Foundation and UCAD build a grain mill to improve the food conditions of 3.000 rural families in Saint Jean du Sud.
Since March, 14 when the state of alarm was decreed by the COVID-19, the Foundation has delivered every week fresh food to 13 charities in Majorca.
The Barceló Foundation and Monkole Friends Association gives a “baby check” to 50 most needed mothers from the capital, Kinsasa, and their 50 newborns.
Aware that food is essential for people’s survival and good health, the Majorcan entity finances 14 day care centers in Turkana (Kenya) to palliate more than 1.500 children’s malnutrition.
Upon entering phase 1 of the desescalation of COVID19, the entity physically resumes its “Fly” orientation and insertion’s job program, financed by our Foundation, for young people in vulnerable situations.