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Reaching vulnerable children around the world
The Barça Foundation, with the help of its donors, makes it possible to reach vulnerable children around the world using sport, physical activity and education in values as tools for social integration. An example is the programs that have been launched in environments where violence is a serious and widespread social issue, such as Colombia and Brazil, where children are given the chance to enjoy spaces of coexistence and respect and to get away from the social conflicts they experience on a daily basis, and this is all thanks to the Foundation's own sports-based methodology.
One person who has experienced all of this is Cristopher Andrés -pictured- a child from one of the most underprivileged neighbourhoods in Bogotá where he lives daily alongside drugs and violence. But thanks to the En la Juega project and the Barça Foundation's methodology based on sport and play has found a place to integrate and coexist with other children.
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A key collaboration for our programs and campaigns
We believe that partnerships with companies and foundations are key to our programs and campaigns. We view the relationship with the private sector as much more than merely obtaining resources: we seek achieve common goals, and want our employees, customers, suppliers and collaborators to share in these.
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Make a contribution by joining our cause
When you support the Foundation you are helping us to change the world through sport. If you believe, like us, that sport helps build a more egalitarian and inclusive society, then you should join our cause.
We give our support to victims in Turkey and Syria
FC Barcelona and the Foundation are giving support to the victims of the earthquake in Turkey and Syria through the organisations with which it regularly collaborates.
We send our solidarity and hope to all the people affected by this terrible disaster that has caused the death of thousands of people and has left the population of a large geographical area in the south-east of Turkey and the north of Syria in a very precarious situation.