School support in residential centersSpain
The majority of minors residing in shelters have a great delay in studies and that limits their possibilities when it comes to making the leap to adult life.
Total raised €100%raised
Banc Sabadell clients 15.000€
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.
- Staff 15.000€
- Total 15.000€
In Spain there are more than 21,000 children living in shelters. Soñar Despierto works every day to enjoy and have the same opportunities as any other child his age. The main task of the Soñar Despierto Foundation is the improvement of tomorrow's society, supporting today's children, young people and adolescents.
Its project encompasses the support for education and development of children at risk of social exclusion living in residential and residential centers. The Administration has separated these children from their families for different reasons: ill-treatment, imprisonment, addictions, abandonment ... They move on to live in centers where basic needs are covered.
In Spain, the Foundation carries out its activity in Madrid, Barcelona, Seville and Valencia, trying to reduce the consequences derived from the continuous rupture of the emotional ties that these minors suffer and that, if not compensated, can mark their adult life conditioning Your social and personal development.
Provide school support to children residing in the reception center. Thanks to the collaboration of volunteers, children are provided with continuous assistance in the particular subject they need or general reinforcement to perform their homework.
Who will benefit?
Children and adolescents in residential centers may have school support and thus facilitate their passage to adulthood.
Provide the children resident in juvenile centers with a support figure to accompany them when carrying out their studies. This person will help the child with homework or improve on a specific subject.
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Help with studies for children residing in shelters.