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The ALISOL project was launched on February 14, 2013 and currently serves 13 entities in 5 different municipalities of the island of Mallorca (Palma, Campos, Manacor, Felanitx and Santa Eugenia) that directly reach more than 2,200 beneficiaries each week.

Patronato Obrero Foundation

Patronato obrero
The Patronato Obrero Foundation is a non-profit organization that was founded in Palma in 1907 with the objective of alleviating the basic needs of the population. Since its inception, the Foundation has developed an important social function aimed primarily at the most disadvantaged groups or at risk of social exclusion, in different areas of action such as training, childhood, people, cultural, sports, career guidance, etc.
They have a food bank, where every Thursday they distribute bags of food to some 80 families in need, reaching approximately 320 beneficiaries.

Supportive Montesión

Montesión
In 2009, the Montesión Alumni Association launched the “Food and Solidarity” project, to serve people living on the island of Mallorca who, as a result of the economic crisis, were at risk of social exclusion.
The initial purpose has been diversified, so today they carry out other services aimed at the integral assistance of people such as the collection and distribution of children’s clothing, legal assistance in the Legal Clinic, training in care of dependents, the project Work and Land and the Solidarity Breakfast.
Currently, more than 180 volunteers, each Thursday, deliver food bags to some 2,000 beneficiary families, some 5,000 people of whom 1,100 are under ten years old.

Sisters of the Poor

hermanitas
The Congregation of the Sisters of the Poor is at the service of the elderly in the five continents. It takes care of them in the spirit of humble service, forming a single family and keeping alive the legacy of its founder, Santa Juana Jugan.
Today, the Sisters of the Poor strive to continue their work, living in fraternal and international communities, seeking to provide the elderly a space of well-being, dignity in these last years of life and wishing that those who come to live in these houses can sincerily call them “Home”.
In Palma de Mallorca they manage a nursing home with 103 people: 90 residents and 13 sisters.
Thanks to the products donated by the Barceló Foundation, the cooks of the residence have fruit, vegetables, meat and fish to enrich the diet of the elderly.

Obra Mercedaria

obra mercaderia
The Obra Mercedaria Foundation channels all the social work of the Mercedarians of the Province of Aragón. Currently, it works against poverty and social exclusion, opening paths to freedom. Its course of action are the most disadvantaged: prisoners, broken and marginalized families, battered women, sick people, children without resources, etc.
In Mallorca they have a food bank that delivers bags of food to about 55 families each week that is, about 220 people.

Es Refugi Association

Es refugi
Es Refugi is a non-profit association that works to shelter and alleviate the basic needs of people who, due to very different circumstances, are in a situation of risk of social exclusion.
The general profile of the beneficiaries of the actions of the Altruist Association Es Refugi are people with broken family, work and social ties.
The Es Refugi association develops its different programs in the Ca l’Ardiaca II host center and in the social dining place of Camp Redó.
With the products donated by the Barceló Foundation, the chefs of the Association have fresh products to ensure a healthy and balanced diet for all its users.

Christian Church La Viña

Iglesia Cristiana
We are a church that shines like a lighthouse from the Mediterranean, loving God and announcing the Gospel of Jesus Christ. In Palma de Mallorca it helps people without resources, of different conditions and nationalities.
Every two weeks, about 40 people collect bags of food, among which are the products donated by the Barceló Foundation.

Asociación Siloé

Asociacion siloe
The Siloé Association was born in 1994 to respond to a social need detected in the penitentiary center of Palma de Mallorca, where many prisoners with AIDS were condemned to die in prison, despite the existence of an article in the Penal Code authorising the release of these people when they are in a terminal phase of the disease.
Initially, a host house with capacity for 6 users was managed in the Jonquet neighborhood of Palma, to provide palliative care so that they could live and die with dignity. In the year 2000, this house was moved to Sta. Eugenia, increasing the capacity to accommodate 10 people and in-residence.
The chronicity of the disease and the current medical and pharmacological advances, have moved us to a context in which providing a roof, food, medication and clothing to the people we host is not enough, since all of them present other socio-health needs, which although not considered basic, are necessary to achieve a full bio-psycho-social well-being.
Faced with this reality, the entity opted to implement other actions beyond welfare assistance, with a socio-educational and therapeutic aspect, aimed at improving the quality of life, integration, training and the promotion of the personal autonomy of the people hosted, all of them in a situation of disability and serious risk of social exclusion, thus offering comprehensive and continuous care. To this day, Siloé also develops a civic action in favor of the affected group with the aim of promoting social understanding, coexistence, respect for diversity and their integration in the community, all this through networking with other social entities and with specific actions of information and prevention.

Ebenezer Maranata

Convento San Vicente Ferrer

Càritas Campos

Asociacion siloe

Servicios Sociales de Manacor

Asociación Tardor

Asociacio Tardor
The Associación Tardor tries to meet the vital needs of people in situations of social exclusion as widely as possible. We are located in Calle Reina Constanza, 10. Palma.