The union of experiences and resources as a powerful tool for development
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Collaborations with foundations, organizations and entities are essential to achieve social changes
The relations that Barça Foundation establishes with different entities aim to improve the impact of their actions for the benefit of society and, specifically, in favor of children and young people, as well as in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) of the United Nations 2030 agenda. The different collaborations are linked to their strategic lines of work: education and protection, community action and health and emotional well-being, which use sport as a tool to improve the quality of life of children and young people and their environment.
Barça Foundation defines its associations in four categories: strategic collaborators, main partnerships, institutional collaborations and other collaborations.
Partnerships that are are established with leading organisations in their respective sectors and commit to working together to achieved shared objectives and amplify the impact of FC Barcelona Foundation’s work.
Save the Children
The collaboration began in August 2022 and focuses on education, protection and health projects in Colombia and the Dominican Republic.
In Peru, in collaboration with World Vision, an education project for children and social and labor insertion for young people has been started, which will benefit more than 3,000 boys, girls and young people in Iquitos.
The main partners are organisations and companies that, thanks to their support, enable FC Barcelona Foundation to achieve its objectives and amplify its impact
''La Caixa'' Foundation
Since 2009 we have worked with the aim of education continuing to be a basic tool for social transformation, using different Barça Foundation methodologies.Project Participation
Main partner for the club, working with the Foundation since 2018. Through the Made To Play initiative we work in seven neighbourhoods in Barcelona, reaching 30 tutors and almost 600 children.Project Participation