• Buzo children School

    Funding the operating costs of the center
    Escuela de Niños Buzo
  • Health

    The International Medical Help Program (Ayuda Médica Internacional -AMI), aims to provide free medical and health care to the most needy and under-served population groups in Africa and Latin America
    Salud
  • Farmasol Project

    Opening solidarity based pharmacies to facilitate the access to medicines for those most in need
    Proyecto Farmasol
  • Microcredit

    The Barceló Foundation uses a micro-credit system of funding at ‘ground level’, as an instrument of economical and social development in the countries in which it operates
    Microcréditos
  • Scholarships for schooling in Guatemala

    Education is one of the priority activities for the Barceló Foundation
    BECAS PARA LA ESCOLARIZACIÓN EN GUATEMALA
  • Alisol Project

    Provide fresh food to local charities that help people in real need in Mallorca
    Proyecto Alisol
  • Capella Mallorquina

    With the sponsorship of the Barceló Foundation, Capella Mallorquina has been a huge success, both nationally and internationally
    Capella Mallorquina
Presentation

Photo-AM-809-[1600x1200]-1p The Barceló Foundation is a non-profit organization, initiated by the Barceló Oliver family on October 24, 1989, set out in a public document, and legally authorized by Notary Mr. Salvador Balle Oliver, of Palma de Mallorca, Spain.

The Barceló Foundation was registered in the ‘Register of the Foundations’ Protectorate of the Education and Science Ministry of the Government of Spain’, under the number BAL 1-1-3-16, on July 19th, 1990.

The Foundation’s headquarters is based in Palma de Mallorca (Spain), within an historic building – Casa del Marqués de Reguer-Rullán’s House- listed in Mallorca’s cultural heritage charter.

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Barceló Foundation: making a global impact

La Fundación en el Mundo

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Noticias

(Español) La Capella Mallorquina conquista San Petersburgo

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News // 20.07.2016

The Barceló Foundation publishes its Annual Report 2015

Last year the Mallorcan non-profit organization invested more than a million and a half euros in humanitarian aid in 70 projects, in 20 different countries

News // 28.06.2016

Ebenezer Maranatha joins the Barceló Foundation’s ALISOL project

The institution, that currently receives the donation of fresh products from the Barceló Foundation, helps about 500 families each day. Ebenezer Maranatha Association, based in

News // 21.06.2016

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Donations

With your donations we can work to help those most in need, working as efficiently as possible to ensure that the on-going humanitarian aid projects benefit as many people as possible. Your contributions, no matter how minimal, are so highly appreciated and will make a very real difference in the lives of so many.