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Next October 22nd, the Capella Mallorquina Choir will take up again the concerts sponsored by the Barceló Foundation and will perform in the Sant Miquel Basilica in Palma, where it will offer a polyphonic concert under the direction of José María Moreno.
The Barceló Foundation has granted 68 school scholarships for the 2020-2021 school year to children and young people from the Parish of Santa Catalina de Siena, in the La Isabelita neighborhood (Dominican Republic). These grants will enable their beneficiaries – students with few economic resources from the Santo Domingo area – to continue their studies in private educational centers, after not having obtained the corresponding place in public education.
Fundación Barceló has been selected as one of the three finalists in the third edition of the CaixaBank Private Banking Solidarity Awards, in the best career category.
On the occasion of the International Day for the Prevention of Suicidal Behavior, Antonio Monjo, managing director of the Barceló Foundation, has participated in the presentation of the report that year after year makes the Phone of Hope, one of the beneficiaries of the call for Social Projects Mallorca of the foundation.
Aware that water is an indispensable element for life and for the development of any society and more so in Africa, the Barceló Foundation has just completed the construction of 35 new water wells in Uganda, one of the six African countries in which the Majorcan entity is currently developing the Farmasol projects.
The Barceló Foundation finances a school reinforcement programme for young people between 15 and 18 years old in Majorca who live in supervised appartments.
In their recently visit to the socio-educational center NAUM, the King and Queen of Spain thanked the organizators, sponsors and workers for their support to more than 800 young people in risk of social exclusion of Son Roca’s district, in Palma.
After 5 years of operation, the Farmasol project (Solidarity Pharmacies and Health Education in Africa) expands to 2 new countries to further improve the health of the most disadvantaged populations in Africa.
The Barceló Foundation and the Emmaus Association grant 88 scholarships to children and young people without resources in the Tana River area.
150 children at risk of social exclusion participate in the campus organized by the Pere Tarrés Foundation, with the Barceló Foundation collaboration.