Projects selected

My voice

Fundación Romper Barreras

Development of a dynamic communicator to use technology to help disabled children who cannot speak, developing a children’s voices solution that they feel theirs, free of charge, available on any computer. The project will be developed in Barcelona recording thousands of professionals and can have a first impact around 55.000 boys and girls with communicative problems.


Project presented by Jordi Bartolomé

Dar Salam School restoration

Fallou

Restoration and expansion of the basic infrastructure of Dar Salam Primary School, in Tambacounda Region (Senegal), a project that will directly impact 70 families and more than 200 students through education and social awareness, health services and building agriculture infrastructures.


Project presented by Xavi Ibañez and Albert Prior

Illusion Park

PID Foundation

HP will help PID Foundation create the “Illusion Park”, a fresh, attractive and playful environment for children that have Primary Immune Deficiencies. The objective of this project is to restore the Pediatric Day Hospital at Vall d’Hebrón Hospital and adapt this kids area impacting over 840 patients.


Other projects submitted

NASCO Feeding Minds

website: https://nascoict.org/es/

The main objective of the association is to ensure access to education and digital literacy for children and youth through computer classrooms in rural areas of Ghana. One of the main concerns of NASCO Feeding Minds is that their projects in Ghana are self-managed by the locals in the short-medium term. This project consists in the creation of a honey cooperative, designed to empower women in these small villages and take advantage of the natural resources of the area as a source of income. Through the professionalization of the honey cooperative we want to achieve the increase of economic income in families in rural areas to make viable the self-management of these classrooms.

Project presented by Oriol Antolí (millner@hp.com)

CRAB (Centro de Recursos para el Autismo Aprenem Barcelona)

website: https://www.associacioaprenem.org/

CRAB is an NGO association focused in the promotion of the communication among children and youngsters diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). The organization is focused in providing communication skills like request, inform, share, describe, etc. through ICT, to include them within the society and thus, contribute to an improved life quality.

Project presented by Marina Olivé (marina.olive@hp.com)

Associació Catalana d’integració i desenvolupament humà (acidH)

website: https://www.acidh.org/

The mission of acidH is to improve the quality of life of people with limited intelligence through comprehensive care, regardless of their etiology. Despite the fact that they have no differentiating physical features, they are in high risk of social exclusion as they are fully dependent and vulnerable.

Project presented by Carles Martí (carles.marti@hp.com)

Asociación de Familias Adoptantes en China (AFAC)

website: http://www.afac.info/

AFAC was born by several families that wanted to adopt in China and currently has about 800 families from all over with the intention to provide information and support to all those people who, through adoption in China, were willing to give a family, a home, a future of normalcy to those children.

Project presented by Begoña Giralt (begona_giralt@hp.com)

ASEM (Federación Española de Enfermedades Neuromusculares)

website: http://asemcatalunya.com/

ASEM is an association of people affected by neuromuscular pathologies that promotes all kinds of activities - dissemination, research, awareness and information - aimed at improving the quality of life, integration and development of the affected.

Project presented by Begoña Giralt (begona_giralt@hp.com)

Fundació Privada el Maresme

website: http://www.fundaciomaresme.cat/?lang=es

Fundació Privada el Maresme takes care of children with intellectual disability by promoting and drive their social integration with the objective to improve their life quality as well as their families’. One of the most important tasks that they work on is the adaptation for daily use objects for children with motor, visual and/or communication disabilities.

Project presented by Marc Soler (marc.soler-jauma@hp.com)

Fundació Espigoladors

website: http://www.espigoladors.cat/es/

The aim of the company is to have an impact on three social issues that are relevant nowadays: food waste; the lack of access to safe, healthy, and nutritious food in groups at risk of social exclusion; and the lack of opportunities for these groups. Espigoladors is a non-profit organization that fights against food waste while empowering people at risk of social exclusion in a transformative and sustainable manner. Gleannings with volunteers to collect imperfect food directly from the field that cannot be sold and donate it to charity through social entities is one of their main activities.

Project presented by Lori McAndrew (lori.mcandrew@hp.com)

Grup Serveis Iniciativa Social (GSIS)

website: http://gsiscat.org/

GSIS is an NGO based in Barcelona that aims to achieve the maximum quality of life for people with mental disabilities through integral assistance and support to their families. The project submitted is about building a new occupation center to give support to more patients.

Project presented by Ramón Teixidó (ramon.teixido@hp.com)

Fundació Institut Guttmann

website: https://www.guttmann.com/es/fundacion-privada

Promote, encourage and ensure full rehabilitation of people affected by spinal cord injury, acquired brain injury or other neurological disabilities. To develop research and teaching in the field of neuroscience, to provide support to achieve a satisfactory social integration.

Project presented by Laura Destréeand Josep Guindulain (laura.destree@hp.com) and (josep.guindulain@hp.com)

Fundación Soñar Despierto

website: https://www.sdespierto.es/

This association is a place for welcoming and socializing for immigrant women born as a non-profit association in January 2013 with the intention of contributing, through intercultural dialogue among women, to the social cohesion of these groups.

Project presented by Joan Mach (joan.mach.beneyto@hp.com)

Fundació Pasqual Maragall

website: https://fpmaragall.org/

The Pasqual Maragall Foundation is determined to prevent Alzheimer’s disease (AD) through research in science of health and innovation. One of the focuses in their research is the measurement of blood factors in aging, since it is one of the main risk factors for AD is aging, within a large group of volunteers, including healthy individuals in asymptomatic stages of AD. Therefore, their aim is to study whether the levels of the pro-ageing and pro-youthful blood factors are associated with cognition and brain structure (assessed with brain scans).

Project presented by Oriol Hereu (oriol.hereu.morales@hp.com)

Fundación Inceptum

website: https://inceptum.org/

Fundación Inceptum is a Non-profit spanish foundation whose mission is to help and promote projects of entrepreneurs and associative organizations. Under this frame, Fundación Inceptum is an official partner and collaborator of Projeto Biodiversidade, supporting their activities with technical and legal advice and assisting on their fundraising and communication campaigns.

Project presented by Oriol Hereu (oriol.hereu.morales@hp.com)

Fundación Pequeño Deseo

website: https://www.fpdeseo.org/

Fundación Pequeño Deseo has the mission to fulfill the wishes of children with chronic diseases or poor prognosis in order to support them emotionally and make their illness more bearable.

Project presented by David Carballo (david.carballo@hp.com)