The Fundación Jesús Serra collaborates with the Fundación Abracadabra year after year in offering solidarity magic to those who most need it: hospitalised children, elderly people, people with mental or physical disabilities and young people at risk of social exclusion.
The Foundation committed to social action
In the area of social action, the Foundation develops and participates in various types of projects, including those related to the integration into society of people with disabilities, children with serious illnesses, the development of social, educational and healthcare conditions among people at risk, raising environmental awareness and social entrepreneurship.
To fulfil this commitment and social work, we collaborate with trusted entities, promoting joint projects to provide a dignified life to groups at risk of poverty and social exclusion. To fulfil this commitment and social work, we collaborate with trusted entities, promoting joint projects to provide a dignified life to groups at risk of poverty and social exclusion. The educational project with Save the Children aimed at the most vulnerable children, the programme to support children at risk with the Fundación Balia, and the projects to support children's education with Manos Unidas are some clear examples.
In keeping with these social action programmes, with Save the Med we work on the Changemakers project to contribute to the development of a network for the conservation of protected marine areas, as well as to help the ecosystem regain its balance and well-being.
In addition to all these social work activities and programmes, our vision extends to a long-term future, as we seek to provide help and solutions to common problems for those groups in situations of poverty or exclusion, and those that require social support and intervention.
What we do
Educational project "Guaranteeing the right to education"
We work with Save the Children on the project "Guaranteeing the right to education among the most vulnerable children", a social and educational intervention whose goal is to prevent academic failure, promote educational development and reduce the educational gap.
Save the Med
Save the Med is a social intervention programme that encourages students aged between 15 and 18 to work in groups to develop solutions to the problems of plastic pollution in the Mediterranean.
Ser madre, ser mujer
Project Luisa Farré, aimed at improving the gynaecological and obstetrical conditions in developing countries.
Fundación Jesús Serra, is collaborating with Save the Children to offer the programme "Guaranteeing the right to education among the most vulnerable children", a social and educational intervention within Save the Children's Child Poverty action programme.
Together with "Ser Madre, Ser Mujer" (Being a Mother, Being a Woman) we are promoting a project to combat obstetric and gynaecological injuries suffered by many women in developing countries during pregnancy and childbirth.