Archive - May 2019

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Social Round Up in Condis Supermarkets
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Education for children in India
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Job placement for young people at risk of social exclusion

Social Round Up in Condis Supermarkets

The customers of Condis can round up their purchase and collaborate with Ayuda en Acción

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Condis Supermarket launches this week its third charity campaign through the Social Round Up leaded by Worldcoo.

It means that everyone who pays with card, will have the opportunity to round up their ticket and donate the cents to, in this case, Ayuda en Acción.

The objective: support school reinforcement to minors at risk of social exclusion

logo_ayudaDid you know that in Spain the 31% of population under 16 is at risk of poverty and social exclusion? In order to prevent situations of poverty and inequality, the NGO Ayuda en Acción offers help to vulnerable families so that children and young people can have the same basic skills and education opportunities.

Through this campaign, the customers of Condis will be able to contribute with the institution in order that they can offer scholarships for school supplies, educational reinforcement activities and psychosocial support for children and young people at risk of social exclusion.

The social Round Up in Condis Supermarkets

logo-condisCent to cent, the customers of Condis have had the opportunity to show their social commitment and collaborate with Fundació Arrels, Educo and the Spanish Federation of Rare Disease. This is the third campaign that they launch through the Social Round Up.

If you want, you can have more information about this and the other funded projects HERE.

Worldcoo Team

Education for children in India

Hawkers starts a new fundraising campaign in favor of Mumbai Smiles

Bombay has 20 million population; 60% of them reside in conditions of absolute unhealthiness and poverty in the extensive and numerous slums. 2.4 million are children without schooling and 1.1 million are working minors.

mumbaiEntities such as Mumbai Smiles contribute to eradicate this situation through education, especially of the little ones. The entity currently manages 13 kindergartens in precarious settlements (Kamathipura, Khetwadi, Ghatkopar, Govandi and Deonar), which allow 260 children to attend school.

Each kindergarten has a teacher and an assistant who educate the children from 9:00 to 12:00 noon, from Monday to Friday. Sometimes the fathers and mothers of these children don’t have the opportunities to offer them better care, so kindergartens often represent a home outside the home for the children.

This is the case of Dipali, Anjali and Meenakshi, three sisters of 4, 3 and 2 years old who are part of the Govandi kindergarten. His parents work in construction and, like many others, don’t have time to take care of their daughters. When the Bombay Smiles team contacted them, the girls’ live changed completely.

Govandi case

Until then, they didn’t know routines or schedules, and lunchtime never arrived. Through the entity came the opportunity to go to school and, with it, the possibility of acquiring the appropriate knowledge for their age, receive care and participate in the nutrition program.

Today, girls go to kindergarten every day, smile more and roam less. They are growing and learning fast.

The commitment of Hawkers

hawkersFrom today, all customers of Hawkers who wish, have the opportunity to add 1 € solidarity to their basket and collaborate with the entity in order to school those children / as 2 to 6 years, several of the slums and most depressed neighborhoods of Bombay to prevent them from falling into exploitation networks and expand their opportunities in the future.

How to collaborate

Once you have selected the product (s) you wish to purchase, go to a shopping cart. On the back, click on the option “add 1 € solidarity to my purchase” and continue with the usual purchase process.

You can follow the state of collection live through this link.

 

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Job placement for young people at risk of social exclusion

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This May, the customers of Ticketmaster  can add €1 for charity and collaborate with Adsis Foundation

2 out of 5 young people under 25 years of age do not have a job. This implies a youth unemployment rate of 33.4% compared to 15.3% in the EU (INE, 4Q 2018 and Eurostat, Oct 2018).

88W4qVTz_400x400In front of this situation, the Adsis Foundation works to reduce the levels of inequality and offer adolescents and young people with employment difficulties the resources to get out of situations of social exclusion.  

Young people are treated in a comprehensive and global manner, making them protagonists of their growth process, helping them to define their educational, work and social itinerary and focusing on those aspects in which they present the greatest difficulties.

Through this project, the customers of Ticketmaster will collaborate with the organization and it will provide cooking skills to young people from different provinces of Spain such as Barcelona, Canary Islands, Madrid and Guipúzcoa.

logo_ticketmasterYoung people will be trained with technical and transversal competences and skills so that they can enter the workplace with greater security and with tools that are useful for them to deal with selection processes or conflicts that may arise in the workplace.

Click HERE to get more information about the project.

Worldcoo Team

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