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The act of delivery was attended, among other personalities, the corporate director of the Bankia Territory in Murcia and Alicante, Olga García; the president of Fundación Cajamurcia and Executive Director of Bankia, Carlos Egea

Social commitment

As part of the social action agreement between both entities in the Region

Bankia and the Cajamurcia Foundation grant 75,000 euros to 29 social projects in the Region of Murcia

The selected programs are oriented, mostly, to initiatives focused on the care of sick people, with disabilities and in situations of dependency.

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17 December 2018 - 12:15

  • The selected programs, with more than 10,000 beneficiaries, are aimed at helping groups at risk of social exclusion, as well as improving the quality of life of ill people and their families.
  • The regional minister of Family and Equal Opportunities, Violante Tomás, Bankia’s Regional Director in Murcia and Alicante, Olga García, the president of the Cajamurcia Foundation, Carlos Egea, and the vice president of CERMI, Carmen Gil, participated in the event.

Bankia and the Cajamurcia Foundation granted the 'Social Action 2018' aids this Monday, amounting to 75,000 euros awarded to 29 social projects presented by non-profit associations of the Region of Murcia that will benefit more than 10,000 people in situations of vulnerability.

The purpose of these grants is to improve the quality of life of people at risk of social exclusion or discrimination due to poverty, disability, illness, age, unemployment or any other reason, as well as promoting local development and employment as a means of social integration.

This event is part of the collaboration agreement signed by Bankia and the Cajamurcia Foundation for social action in the Region of Murcia.

The following people took part in the event: the regional minister of Family and Equal Opportunities of the Region of Murcia, Violante Tomás; Bankia’s Regional Corporate Director in Murcia and Alicante, Olga García; the president of the Cajamurcia Foundation, Carlos Egea, and the vice president of the Spanish Committee of Representatives of People with Disabilities (CERMI), Carmen Gil, who has spoken on behalf of the 29 beneficiary associations, represented by members and volunteers who have attended the act.

The 'Social Action 2018' grants provided by Bankia and the Cajamurcia Foundation support, with items ranging between 2,000 and 4,000 euros, projects focused on rehabilitation and social reintegration in the face of poverty and inequality, along with prevention, early care and therapeutic solutions.

Similarly, there has been a focus on attention programs for people with disabilities and dependent people, as well as on projects that promote autonomy and universal accessibility.

Initiatives that promote occupational guidance and promotions and support to families and their basic needs have also been rewarded, as well as actions to promote the creation of new jobs, with special attention to people who struggle to find employment, young people and the long-term unemployed.

Commitment to society

According to the regional minister of Family and Equal Opportunities, Violante Tomás, "these programs revolve around people, a commitment with which the regional government fully agrees". She also stressed the importance of employability as a basis for social inclusion, and pointed out that the regional Executive will allocate a significant amount of resources to employment programs aimed at groups at risk of exclusion.

Bankia’s regional corporate director in Murcia and Alicante, Olga García, stressed that "for Bankia, these grants are the way to give visibility to the projects we support through the Cajamurcia Foundation and give them the recognition they deserve " "In addition, as an entity, we want to be a drive for change to improve the lives of the neighbours that, for different reasons, need the support of an association like the ones represented here," she added.

For his part, the president of the Cajamurcia Foundation, Carlos Egea, stated that this program "is the result of the commitment of both entities to contribute to welfare and equity in society, supporting the associations and NGOs working towards the eradication of poverty and social exclusion".

Lastly, the vice president of CERMI, Carmen Gil, thanked Bankia and the Cajamurcia Foundation for "their good work with the non-profit associations of the Region, which they accompany and support in their arduous task of launching new projects that benefit the Third Sector, offering a priceless contribution to continue our lines of action".

List of associations whose projects have been selected:

  • Association of relatives and patients with Alzheimer's and other neurodegenerative pathologies (AFAI Cartagena and Region).
  • Association for Parents of Early Care Patients (APAT Lorca).
  • Association for People with Down Syndrome (ASSIDO Cartagena).
  • Association for the Integration of People with Disabilities in the Mar Menor Region (AIDEMAR).
  • Association of Paraplegics and Severe Physically Handicapped persons (ASPAYM Murcia).
  • La Huertecica Group Association (Intervention in drug addiction and social exclusion).
  • Association of Rare Diseases (D'genes).
  • Association of Relatives of Patients with Alzheimer's Disease and other Dementias (AFADE-Alcantarilla).
  • Association of relatives and people with mental illness - Cieza and Region Mental Health Association (AFEMCE).
  • Association of Parents of Children with Hearing and Speaking Problems (ASPANPAL).
  • Parkinson's Association of the Cartagena Region.
  • International Association of lipodystrophy sufferers and their relatives (AELIP).
  • Lorca's Association for Parkinson's patients (ASLEP).
  • Murciana Neri Association for Immigrants.
  • Association for the Community Integration of Mentally Ill Patients of Cartagena and the Region.
  • Abraham Project Association (NGO for Social Action and Environment).
  • PUPACLOWN Association for Hospital Clowns.
  • Murcia Regional Association of Haemophilia.
  • Association for people with Down syndrome (ASSIDO).
  • Federation of Associations for Mentally Ill persons of the Murcian Community (FADIS).
  • Federation of Parkinson’s Associations of the Murcia Region.
  • Spanish Federation of Rare Diseases (FEDER).
  • Murcia Region Mental Health Federation.
  • Action Against Hunger Foundation.
  • Fundación Diagrama Intervención Psicosocial.
  • FADE Foundation (in favour of vulnerable groups).
  • Murciana Mental Health Foundation.
  • Fundación Secretariado Gitano.
  • On Off Parkinson's of Murcia.
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Bankia consolidates and reinforces its commitment to society through five priority lines of social action: employment, training, housing, local and rural development and disability. The financial institution focuses its social investment on these areas and maintains its commitment to society through the involvement of its entire structure and professionals. The Corporate Social Responsibility policy is all-encompassing and approachable, as it links the social actions of the bank with its business in the areas in which the professionals themselves find socio-economic problems and vulnerable groups.

Fundación Cajamurcia

Fundación Cajamurcia is deeply committed to the Murcia Region, where it plays an active role in initiatives aimed at fostering social and cultural development. Its two main objectives are to foster actions that are clearly beneficial to society, particularly those that assist vulnerable groups (elderly people and people with disabilities, children, low-income families, immigrants...) and which support initiatives that further social and economic development, primarily projects in the areas of art, culture, education and research, and recovery of historic and natural heritage.

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Attendees of the Dualiza Bankia Meeting in Ávila show their satisfaction with the event to promote dual vocational training

Attendees discussed the situation of vocational training in sectors such as health, transport and logistics, installation and maintenance, electricity and electronics.
 

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09 May 2019 - 17:30

  • 65 attendees analyse the state of dual vocational training in the region
  • Bankia's area manager for Ávila, Óscar José Pérez Blázquez, highlights "the bank's commitment to promoting education and training in the region"

65 attendees took part this Thursday in the first Dualiza Encounter held in Ávila by Dualiza Bankia (Bankia Foundation's brand for Dual Training to promote vocational training and its dual mode) and FP Empresa, in collaboration with the regional government of Castilla y León and the Federación Abulense de Empresarios CONFAE.

The participants analysed the status of Vocational Training and its dual modality in the region and looked for ways to promote it through an increase in the relations between schools and companies.

The meeting has been focused on the health, transport and logistics, installation and maintenance, electricity and electronics, social and cultural services and the community sectors.

Bankia's area manager in Ávila, Óscar José Pérez Blázquez, highlighted "the importance of events like this one to help boost relations between schools and companies, in order to develop training that responds to the needs of the labour market of the region". He recalled that this meeting is "a clear commitment of Bankia to education and training. And this is why we are here today, to listen to entrepreneurs and schools and to achieve synergies that contribute to fostering dual training".

The Dualiza Meetings seek to close the gap between different sectors with the aim of finding ways of working together through Dual Vocational Training. In 2018 alone, Dualiza Bankia and FPempresa held meetings in Las Palmas, Tenerife, Badajoz and Granada. Many of these meetings have provided an introduction to dual training for people who were not familiar with it and have served to carry out joint collaboration projects.

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Bankia reinforces its "internal and external commitment" to the SDGs on the Day of Families

Bankia's Director of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), David Menéndez, has participated in the round table Families and Climate Action organized in the Congress of Deputies by The Family Watch.

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14 May 2019 - 17:00

  • Bankia offers customers a series of socially responsible financial products
  • The financial institution has allocated 100 million euros to social and environmental projects in the last six years

Bankia's Director of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), David Menéndez, underlined "Bankia's commitment, both internally and externally, to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)" on the International Day of Families because "a responsible behaviour can be the stepping stone for change".

Menéndez said this at the round table 'Families and Climate Action’ held by the Family Watch in Congress, in which representatives of the Home Renaissance Foundation, Car2go and Bridlife also participated.

Bankia's CSR director has highlighted the need to fight against climate change and the fact that the bank helps to provide families with products that contribute to this goal, such as credits for the financing of hybrid cars, to renovate their home for better energy efficiency and "socially responsible" investment funds.

Likewise, Menéndez has ensured that Bankia has a firm commitment to promoting financial education in a "very relevant" issue such as the fight against climate change and, in this regard, has pointed to Bankia’s commitment to the 2030 Agenda.

Bankia makes a priority contribution to advancing nine of the 17 SDGs, including decent working conditions and economic growth, industry, innovation and infrastructure; affordable, clean energy; gender equality; quality education and the fight against climate change.

In addition, Menéndez stressed that Bankia has allocated 100 million euros to social and environmental projects in the last six years, benefiting more than 4,200 associations and 2.4 million people.

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Bankia and Caja Segovia Foundation support social projects of 22 Segovian associations with 60,000 euros

The representatives of both institutions will deliver these grants to the associations selected this coming July in an event to be held in the Torreón de Lozoya, in Segovia.

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15 May 2019 - 11:00

  • The 'Aid to Social Action Projects 2019' project, which has attracted 40 proposals, will be presented on 10 July in the Torreón de Lozoya of the Caja Segovia Foundation
  • The goal is to promote local development, support sectors of the population at risk of social exclusion and improve the quality of life of disabled persons, senior citizens and other vulnerable groups.

Bankia and the Caja Segovia Foundation will contribute €60,000 to social programs from a total of 22 Segovian associations that have submitted their initiatives to the 'Aid to Social Action Projects 2019' call.

The goal of this call for proposals is to promote local development, support population sectors at risk of social exclusion and improve the quality of life of disabled persons, senior citizens and other socially vulnerable groups.

This year’s edition, launched by Bankia and the Caja Segovia Foundation to promote initiatives in the Segovia network, 40 proposals have been submitted, one more than last year.

The projects selected will focus on training and guidance actions aimed at employment, rural development or improving quality of life for disabled persons, together with other groups at risk of social exclusion, all of this within Segovia.

The list of projects that have obtained this aid is as follows:

  • Spanish Red Cross in Segovia.
  • Personas Foundation, Segovia delegation (APADEFIM).
  • Paladio Arte Association.
  • Padre Garralda Foundation - Horizontes Abiertos.
  • Coordinator for the comprehensive development of the Northeast of Segovia (Codinse).
  • Unión de campesinos de Segovia - UCCL.
  • Asociación Honorse - Tierra de Pinares.
  • Red Íncola Foundation.
  • Espávila Association, training and social development.
  • Association for rural development of Segovia South.
  • Spanish Association Against Cancer.
  • Amanecer Association. Segovia Mental Health.
  • Fundación Secretariado Gitano.
  • Association of Alzheimer's patients of Segovia - AFA Segovia.
  • Spanish Deaf and Blind Association.
  • Down Segovia ASIDOS.
  • Casa familiar Virgen de la Encarnación.
  • Ismur. (Rural Women’s Social Initiative).
  • San Vicente de Paul Association.
  • Association of People with Autism of Segovia and province.
  • Regional Federation of Retired Persons of Segovia.
  • Neurofuturo Segovia.

Bankia and the Caja Segovia Foundation will deliver the aid to the Segovian associations at a ceremony to be held on 10 July in the Torreón de Lozoya of the Caja Segovia Foundation.

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IES Cristo del Rosario, Dualiza Bankia and Deutz present the first vocational specialisation training in Extremadura

During this course, with theoretical and practical part in companies of the sector, 15 students will receive dual training in mechanical and mechatronic manufacturing and industrial robotics.
 

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14 May 2019 - 11:00

  • The 15 students with the best academic records in the entire community will receive the training
  • The training will focus on Industry 4.0

The IES Cristo del Rosario school, Dualiza Bankia (the brand through which the Bankia Foundation for Dual Training promotes vocational training) and the company Deutz have presented the first vocational specialisation training in Extremadura, promoted thanks to the selection of the project in the Dualiza Call. It will start in September when the degree gets validated.

The training will provide dual training to the 15 best students in the region in mechanical manufacturing and mechatronics and industrial robotics to receive training in Industry 4.0 given by the company Deutz. During the training they will study automated internal logistics, collaborative robots, big data, CAM simulation, everything related to Smart Factory or the manufacturing of the future, which will make production more sustainable and smarter.

This model only works in a similar way in the País Vasco, where students are trained in dual vocational training for two years before embarking on another year of specialisation. These trainings are not approved at the national level.

The presentation was made during an event to present the diploma to the educational centre and to the company Deutz for their participation in the first edition of the Dualiza Call.

During the ceremony, the territorial coordinator of Dualiza Bankia, Eva Aguado, highlighted "the quality of the project promoted by Cristo del Rosario and Deutz, which allows us not only to adapt the training of dual vocational training students to the latest technologies in the market, but also ensure that this training remains in the region". She also recalled that "Bankia’s commitment to boosting education is based on the conviction that only through it can we reduce inequalities and increase social cohesion".

The dual training provided by the IES Cristo del Rosario school and Deutz has enabled almost 80% of the students that finish the training to be hired by the company itself.

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