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Fifty-four students from San Cayetano’s High School of Palma have visited this morning the headquarters of the Barceló Foundation and the exhibition commemorating its 25th anniversary.
On Monday October 6th, 2014 the Barceló Foundation started a training course teaching the traditional technique of “dry stoning” in Son Barceló’s farm (Felanitx). The course is intended for the long-term unemployed, immigrants and young people with no professional training.
Workers at the Barceló Foundation wanted to join the celebration of the 2nd edition of the European Day of Foundations and Donors.
This Thursday, September 25, 2014, teacher and writer Leopoldo Abadía has offered a new conference entitled “Europe: where are we going?” in Palma’s Caixa Forum.
This morning, at the headquarters of the Barceló Foundation, the Spanish Association of Foundations (AEF) presented a survey on the data collected during the “Foundations’ sector in Spain: main attributes”, focusing on their activities in the Balearic Islands.
The 323 students at the school, “Cometas de Esperanza”, in Santiago de los Caballeros (Dominican Republic) have already commenced classes for 2014-2015.
The Barceló Foundation has signed this morning a collaboration agreement with the Unidad Academica Campesina Tiahuanacu for promoting research applied to sustainable agricultural production systems in Bolivia.
On August 22 the Barceló Foundation inaugurated the exhibition “Obra Recent” (Recent Works) by Andreu Maimó, coinciding with Felanitx’s Art Night Out.
The Barceló Foundation has recently published its report of activities 2013. A year in which it carried out 62 relief projects in 17 different countries, with an investment of over 2 million euros and a total of 103,649 beneficiaries.
The Barceló Foundation signed an agreement on the June 26th 2013, with SOIB and s’Algar Training Centre, Porto Colom, to accommodate 13 young trainees on his farm, Son Barceló, in Felanitx.