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Last Friday, Barcelo Foundation inaugurated a new exhibition of painting by the Majorcan artist Daniel Codorniu, on the occasion of the 54th edition of the municipality.
The vocational training centre, with which our Foundation collaborates, will receive the necessary institutional support to ensure the training of women with limited resources in Santo Domingo.
The Barceló Foundation and the Heat and Coffee Association join efforts to build a 150-meter-deep well and supply ingesterating drinking water to the towns of Amakuriat, Napodo and Nawilap.
The project “Mallorca para todos”, organized and carried out by Handisport Foundation offers sports and adventure activities to people with disabilities in the Balearic Islands, thanks to the funding received by our Foundation.
The Foundation, together with Africa Digna Foundation, has funded the rehabilitation of the center to ensure the care, education and safety of 70 vulnerable children.
On August 23rd, at 21:00 hours, Barceló Foundation will inaugurate the painting exhibition “Portocolom” by the Majorcan artist Daniel Codorniu, on the occasion of the fourteenth edition of Felanitx Art Night.
The Foundation has funded a project of NGO Santé Sud to training 37 local doctors to improve health care provided to the population of 7 rural communities of Madagascar.
The Honduran Collaboration and Effort Association, with which we have carried out several educational and health projects in Tegucigalpa, has received three awards in recognition of its charity work.
The Foundation, in collaboration with the Association of Jesuits of Chad, begins the second phase of construction of the educational center for more than 800 students.
The project organized and carried out by the entity “3 Salut Mental” brings the reality about mental health to eleven secondary schools in Majorca and more than 900 students of the island.