PortAventura Dreams Village

Spain

The PortAventura Dreams project constitutes a normalizing element in the lives of sick children so that they enjoy living despite their illness, so that they can carry out recreational activities in a safe and adapted environment.

Funded thanks to:
  • Donors
  • Total raised
    0%raised
  • Direct beneficiaries 50

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

  • Indirect beneficiaries 250

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

Fundació Port Aventura

Budget

  • Funding 100.000€
  • Total 100.000€
100.000€

Description

Port Aventura Dreams is a pioneering initiative in Europe that wants to help families of children and adolescents suffering from very serious illnesses to enjoy a free holiday in a dream place, specially conceived and designed for them.

The village is made up of 6 single-family homes, for families with sick children and adolescents from 4 to 17 years of age with a maximum of 6 members and common areas equipped with gardens, inclusive games and swings and spaces for entertainment and services.

The project is carried out in coordination with a commission of medical teams and social workers from the main hospitals in Spain; they are responsible for deciding whether a child or adolescent can spend the week of vacation in the Park.

During the vacation week, families will have access to the Amusement Park and the main tourist attractions in the area. In addition, they will be offered a weekly program of activities led by the PortAventura Foundation Volunteers team.

Activities

  • Create a fun place where sick children and their families feel integrated.
  • Be part of recovery therapy.
  • Promote the relationship between families who are in a similar situation.
  • Collaborate with reference hospitals throughout Spain.

Who will benefit?

50 families with sick children and adolescents from 4 to 17 years old.

Project objectives

Improve the recovery of sick minors through the integration of recreational activities in the disease process and the relationship with other people who are going through a similar situation.

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