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A total of 15 associations will benefit from the ‘We help those who help. Lending spaces’ programme by Bankia and CajaGranada Fundación

The selected organizations will have these spaces to develop their cultural, social and welfare activities.

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By  Communication Bankia

Publish on 
02 April 2019 - 10:45

  • The initiative, in collaboration with Bankia, will allow social entities in Granada to use different facilities of the CajaGranada Fundación throughout the year.
  • The collaboration between the two entities makes it possible to extend the concept of aid to NGOs and local associations

A total of 15 associations operating in Granada will benefit from the ‘We help those who help. Lending Spaces’ programme and may access some of the most relevant spaces of the Memoria de Andalucía Culture Centre to use them throughout the year for their activities, events and presentations of programmes whose purpose is of a cultural, social or welfare nature.

Bankia and CajaGranada Fundación have completed a pioneering initiative that complements the charitable programme ‘We help those who help’, aimed at supporting non-profit organisations in the provinces of Granada, Jaén, Almería and Málaga.

The spaces are lent for non-profit purposes and Fundación CajaGranada and Bankia will bear the cost of opening the spaces and the necessary personnel, having previously reached agreements on this aspect.

The objective of this call is to provide a space of reference, audiovisual media and logistical support for NGOs and non-profit organisations that, at certain times, need to have access to facilities such as those of CajaGranada Fundación to organise certain activities and hold unique events or provide presentations of their programmes and projects.

The organisations selected in the 2019 call are the following:

  • Borderline Granada
  • Asociación Cultural de Ciegos de Andalucía
  • Asociación Conecta
  • Asociación Help Me Please
  • Asociación Síndrome de Down
  • ONG Prokarde
  • Asoc. Arte Diverso y Visible
  • Parroquia Ntra. Sra. de los Dolores
  • Agrupación de mujeres sordas de Granada
  • Agrupación de personas sordas de Granada (ASOGRA)
  • Asociación Síndrome 22q Andalucía
  • Fundación Banco de Alimentos de Granada
  • Federación de Asociaciones de familiares de enfermos de alzheimer y otras demencias de Granada (FEGRAFA)
  • Asprodes Granada
  • Proyectos Solidarios para África

Twelve of them will carry out different activities at the CajaGranada Theatre and the other three will use the spaces of the Memoria de Andalucía Culture Centre dedicated to workshops and temporary exhibition halls.

Bankia and CajaGranada Fundación are proud to continue to strengthen their collaboration with the welfare and social fabric of Granada, which is doing so much to alleviate situations of inequality and exclusion in our society.


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