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The Foundation publishes the Annual Activity Report 2016

2017.06.20 // Read More

The Annual Report of Activities of the Barceló Foundation for the year 2016, approved by the Board of Trustees of this entity, in the ordinary meeting held on June 15th, is available in electronic format in the Publications section of this website.

Among the subjects are: the increase in the number of projects financed, the detail of the social projects developed in Mallorca, following the call for grants made in 2016, the continuity and growth of the Farmasol, Agrosol and Alisol projects, managed directly by the Foundation, as well as all other initiatives that have been developed during the year.

Likewise, the Board approved the Annual Accounts for 2016, audited by the firm Ernst & Young.

It should be noted that the Barceló Foundation audits its annual accounts without legal obligation and that the complete audit is also publicly available on the website, following our firm commitment to transparency.


Auditoria 2016, Descargar

Start of courses in Son Barceló (Felanitx) for the creation of companies for young farmers

2017.06.03 // Read More

The Barceló Foundation, in collaboration with ASAJA Balears, begins the “Courses for the Incorporation of Young Farmers into Agrarian Businesses”.

African crafts

2017.05.24 // Read More

Since 2015, thanks to the fact that the head of the Farmasol Project of the Barceló Foundation stays for more than 6 months a year in the African continent, we directly collaborate with the sale of handicrafts from Kenya and Ethiopia.

Farmasol Project “Solidarity Pharmacies, Health Education”.

2017.05.09 // Read More

Yesterday, Monday, May 8th at 7:00 p.m. The Barceló Foundation inaugurated, in the space provided by the Treasury of Social Security, the travelling exhibition “Farmasol Project. Solidarity pharmacies, health education “.

Collaboration agreement between the Barceló Fundation and the NGO ” Voluntaris per Mallorca”

2017.05.04 // Read More

Today, two cooperation agreements have been signed between the Barceló Foundation and the NGO “Voluntaris per Mallorca”.

The Barceló Foundation stands up for education for a better future

2017.04.26 // Read More

In 2006, the Asociación Cometas de Esperanza, in collaboration with the Barceló Foundation, started the project “Niños Buzo”.

“Niño Buzo” is anyone who makes a living by rummaging through the rubbish of a landfill, in this case Rafey’s, in the suburbs of the Mosca neighborhood of Santiago de los Caballeros, the second largest Dominican city.

2nd painting competition awards ceremony

2017.04.24 // Read More

The Barceló Foundation has held its 2nd Child and Youth Painting Contest, focusing on the Felanitx legends of “Na Maria Enganxa” and “Es Macolí del Gegant”.

The contest was aimed at 5th and 6th graders of Primary and Secondary Education (ESO) from public, private and concerted centers in the region of Migjorn (Felanitx, Santanyí, Llucmajor, Campos and Ses Salines).This second edition has been a great success.

The awards ceremony took place on May 21st, 2017, at Barceló Foundation´s  Art and Culture Center in Felanitx. The jury was composed by Xisco Duarte (Felanitx culture councilor), Maria Antonia Pons (Art Bendix), Miguel Sebastián (artist) and Pilar Pujol (Art Director of the Barceló Foundation) who decided that the three winners were:

1st Prize – Elena Donadel Almodóvar.

2nd Prize – Tarik Chkrouni.

3rd Prize – Mª Dolors Veny Barceló

The selected works have been exhibited to the public this weekend at the Foundation’s headquarters in Felanitx.

With this activity, the Barceló Foundation aims not only to promote the art and creativity of the youngest, but also to prmote the ethnographic heritage that we have in the Balearic Islands.