Funded project



The Covid-19 pandemic is leaving a situation of vulnerability in all areas of society and requires a comprehensive intervention, as well as knowing how to articulate it effectively and efficiently so that it arrives as quickly, in the best way, and to the greatest number of possible people, without any discrimination.

Funded thanks to:
  • Donors
  • Total raised
    • Damm clients 1.826€
  • Direct beneficiaries 18

    Those people who have naturally benefited from the project's interventions.

  • Indirect beneficiaries 30

    Those identifiable people who will potentially recieve an effect from the project's activities.



  • Staff 1.826€
  • Total 1.826€


From the beginning of this situation, Cruz Roja, through the Cruz Roja RESPONDS plan, has been intervening to respond to the emergency with actions aimed at preventing health risks and alleviating the difficulties arising from the crisis, which is having more impact among groups of people in vulnerable situations.

Now, in addition to all of them, it also carries out actions to support the stabilization and recovery of people, paying special attention to making possible the actions aimed at restoring the living conditions of the population, promoting the necessary changes to reduce possible vulnerabilities. .

The Cruz Roja RESPONDS plan is a concrete action and comprehensive response plan that was launched at the beginning of the pandemic. Since then, more than 485,863 people have been treated in Catalonia.


The coverage of basic needs will be done through different aids:

  • Food distribution centers
  • 100€ preloaded cards
  • Hygiene kits (woman, man, home, etc)
  • Early childhood packs (diapers, baby hygiene kits, etc)

Who will benefit?

Thanks to your contribution, it will be possible to cover the basic needs of the most vulnerable people affected by the crisis who have turned to Cruz Roja.

Project objectives

Continue offering support for the coverage of basic needs of people in situations of greater vulnerability due to Covid-19.

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