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Educational scholarship program in Cameroon

2019.04.25 // Read More

The Barceló Foundation, together with COREDA, finances a comprehensive and inclusive educational program for 80 orphan children between 3 and 12 years old in Tiko.

“Rosa Mestre, una música precoç i pionera”

2019.04.23 // Read More

La Fundación sufraga íntegramente la edición del libro escrito por el músico de Felanitx Joan Círia i Maimó, con el objetivo que no caiga en el olvido la importancia de la obra de Ros Mestre, figura de la historia de la música en Mallorca.  

Nuevo proyecto FARMASOL en Uganda

2019.04.16 // Read More

La Fundación suministra los medicamentos anuales necesarios para el funcionamiento del centro de salud de Mother Angioleta, en Gulu, beneficiando así a más de 10.500 habitantes de la zona.

The Capella conquers in their concerts of Holy Week

2019.04.10 // Read More

The Mallorcan choir reaped great successes with Verdi’s Requiem, in the concerts offered last weekend both in Palma and in Ibiza.

Water, the most precious asset

2019.04.03 // Read More

The Barceló Foundation and Active Africa build 12 wells to guarantee access to drinking water for 824 families in the Benga area.

Solidarity medicines for Honduras

2019.03.25 // Read More

The Foundation supplies the necessary medicines to the San Benito José Medical Center to provide the necessary health services in the Comayagua region.

The Barceló Foundation commemorates the World Day of Down Syndrome

2019.03.21 // Read More

This morning our president, Maria Antonia Barceló, attended the opening of the exhibition “Because life does not go chromosomes” in the Caixaforum of Palma, organized by ASNIMO to commemorate this festivity.

The Barceló Foundation, the second most transparent family foundation in Spain

2019.03.19 // Read More

Once again, the Foundation occupies the first positions in the transparency ranking of Spanish family foundations, prepared by the Commitment and Transparency Foundation.

Inauguration of the exhibition “Luis Bermejo Rojo”

2019.03.13 // Read More

The Foundation inaugurated a new painting exhibition yesterday at its headquarters in Palma (C / San Jaime, 4) dedicated to the artist from Madrid.

Rehabilitation of disabled children in Tanzania

2019.03.06 // Read More

Barceló Kids Project is a project aimed at alleviating the physical and mental disabilities of 30 children and young people in the rural area of ​​Karagwe.