A summer of opportunitiesBarcelona, Valencia y Las Palmas - Spain
Continuing socio-educational activity in summer is key to preventing risky behavior and offering opportunities that normally young people at risk of exclusion do not have access to.
Total raised €100%raised
PcComponentes clients 4.001€
Those people who have naturally benefited from the project's interventions.
Those identifiable people who will potentially recieve an effect from the project's activities.
- Others 4.001€
- Total 4.001€
Fundación Adsis works to turn situations of inequality into opportunities. Therefore, it offers emotional and educational support to children and adolescents during the school year and is also present during the holidays, as they are key moments to prevent risky behavior and offer opportunities that normally young people at risk of exclusion do not have access to, such as experiential learning during free time and development of values and habits. During the holiday period, outings, summer camps are organized to continue the work done with the children during the year and avoid situations of neglect and street and at the same time give young people the opportunity to have a vacation.
There are varied activities of leisure time, or workshops, and food reinforcements are offered because the economic situation of some families compromises the feeding of young people.
- Educational and cultural workshops and sports activities.
- Outings to public and private parks, beaches, swimming pools, museums and other spaces.
- Food supplements (breakfasts and snacks).
Who will benefit?
250 girls, boys and adolescents between 11 and 18 years old, in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Barcelona and Valencia.
These are young people who are in situations of vulnerability and because of economic limitations they do not have access to leisure activities.
Offer accompaniment to children and youth throughout the year and promote key values and habits such as fellowship, social sensitivity and good nutrition habits.
Fundación Adsis fully complies with the 9 Principles of Transparency and Good Practices analyzed by the Lealtad Foundation