Solidarity Art Auction for UNES Foundation

2016.04.25 // Read More

On April 29 at 7pm, UNES Foundation (dedicated to comprehensive support for children) will hold a solidarity auction of art at the headquarters of the Barceló Foundation (C / San Jaime 4, Palma).

First painting competition for schools in the Barceló Foundation

2016.04.19 // Read More

Mallorcan non-profit organization launches a painting contest for children and youth centered in the Monastery of Sant Salvador in Felanitx, to promote art and imagination of the young.

The Barceló Foundation starts Agricultural Training courses in Son Barceló (Felanitx)

2016.04.06 // Read More

Thanks to the Mallorcan non-profit organization and ASAJA Balears, a total of 60 people will be able to follow vocational and skills development training in the agricultural sector to help them enter the labor market.

Meeting of the Council on Foundations with the Balearic Government

2016.03.31 // Read More

Foundations that belong to the Autonomous Council of Foundations of the Balearic Islands, including the Barceló Foundation, the Foundation Sophia or the Uniting Hopes Foundation, require the Balearic Government improvements in the foundation sector.

The Barceló Foundation commemorates World Water Day 2016

2016.03.22 // Read More

Aware that the water supply is essential for the survival of people and a community development element, the mallorcan non-profit organization builds 6 wells in Burkina Faso (Africa).

The Barceló Foundation opens “Bahía de Palma”

2016.03.16 // Read More

The mallorcan organization opens a new exhibition entitled “Palma’s Bay”. The collection consists of 35 works and shows the personal view of the Bay of Palma by celebrated artists such as Joan Fuster, Llorenç Cerdà and Ramon Nadal, among others.

The Barceló Foundation fights child malnutrition in Rwanda

2016.03.07 // Read More

For more than six years, the Mallorcan organization has paid the operating costs of Rukara´s Nutrition Center, which serves more than 200 severely malnourished children every month.

Small touches the artistic assets of the Barceló Foundation (Chapter I)

2016.03.02 // Read More

The mallorcan non-profit organization owns a large and valuable collection of paintings, including works by artists such as Joan Bauzà, Santiago Russiñol and Anglada Camarasa, as well as sculptures by artists such as Jaume Mir and HRH. Princess Diana of France, whose history we explain today.

The Barceló Foundation, the most transparent Family Foundation of Spain

2016.02.24 // Read More

Once again, the mallorcan company leads the ranking of the most transparent Spanish family foundations, along with the Mario Losantos del Campo Foundation.

Big success of the second charity auction of the Barceló Foundation

2016.02.19 // Read More

The mallorcan non-profit organization auctions 28 paintings from its contemporary art collection to collect donations for the FARMASOL project, selling 50% of them.