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The Foundation supplies the necessary medicines to the San Benito José Medical Center to provide the necessary health services in the Comayagua region.
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.
Once again, the Foundation occupies the first positions in the transparency ranking of Spanish family foundations, prepared by the Commitment and Transparency Foundation.
The Foundation inaugurated a new painting exhibition yesterday at its headquarters in Palma (C / San Jaime, 4) dedicated to the artist from Madrid.
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.
The Foundation offered a scholarship to 30 children from the Citalá school in El Salvador, between 12 and 13 years old, with excellent academic results but whose families do not have the financial resources necessary to cover their education.
The integral education center financed by our Foundation receives the Award for Quality in Public Management, granted by the Ministry of Public Administration of the Dominican Republic, for the second time.
The Foundation, together with the Bethany Sisters, funds a follow-up, education and treatment program for more than 1,500 people affected in the district of Lekka Dulacha
The choir, a cultural work sponsored by our Foundation, offered its traditional opera and zarzuela recital on Thursday, February 7 at the Sant Felip Neri church.
Francisco Barceló Ordinas, member of the Board, has donate for free, a load of citrics to the Foundation, to be shared among the 12 entities that benefit from the Project Alisol.