The Global Gift Foundation and Supported Organisations in Spain Vol. 229-01-2015
Global Gift Foundation, established in 2013 by Maria Bravo and Alina Peralta, focuses on positive impact on the lives of children, women, and families. The goal is to bring together fiscally responsible organisations, resources, corporations, and synchronistic brands with celebrities and philanthropic influencers.
With funds received from the Global Gift Foundation, a number of charity foundations in Spain are supported: Asociación Apse, Asociación Autismo Angel Riviere, Asociación Felizia Tamm, Asociación Grégory Lemarchal, Asociación Sampedreża, Fundación BertĪn Osborne, Fundación Televisa, and Fundación Cudeca.
Founded in 2007 by people suffering from the disease, Sol Parkinson is a non-profit association; dedicated to the service and care of patients and families affected by Parkinson's disease. Its work is based on support in different areas: rehabilitation, psychology, speech therapy, occupational therapy in Estepona and surrounding villages.
More information at http://apse2007.blogspot.com.
Asociación Autismo Angel Riviere
Since its establishment in October 2012, this association has carried out various activities to improve the quality of life of children and people with ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder), and their families through individualised therapies, group workshops in different areas (social skills, gaming, personal autonomy, etc.), arrangement of specific briefings, aquatic therapy in Marbella municipal pool, etc.
More information at http://www.autismoaaar.org (in Spanish).
Asociación Felizia Tamm
Founded in 2010, Asociación Felizia Tamm is a non-profit organisation that provides assisted therapy with dolphins and sea lions to children with special needs and older adults with chronic disabling disease or at risk of social exclusion, and supporting their families and carers, achieving better quality of life, reduce physical and mental symptoms, help their development and empowering. Directed by specialists from different areas of a therapeutic, recreational, integrative, scientific, and informative manner.
More information at http://delfinoterapiafelizia.blogspot.com (in Spanish).
Asociación Grégory Lemarchal
The pulmonology department of the Cochin Hospital in Paris receives the most severe cases, of patients awaiting lung transplantation, the only hope of saving their lives. The Gregory Lemerchal Association has fully refurbished The Strauss Ward; incorporating a continuous care unit: a corridor, a care position for the medical team, and, most importantly, eight patient rooms. Air conditioning, private bathrooms with showers and toilets, zen atmosphere, lamps for soft lighting, linoleum flooring imitation, new comfortable furniture. The funds raised at the Global Gift Gala have funded one of the eight rooms.
More information at http://www.association-gregorylemarchal.org (in Spanish).
The association for rehabilitation of alcoholics was established in 1992 and is a non-profit organisation located in Málaga, with more than 400 members today. The services provided include information and advice, psychological care, social area work, mutual aid group therapy, prevention and awareness, training and volunteering.
Fundación BertĪn Osborne
Fundación BertĪn Osborne funded three workshops of training and motivation aimed at parents of children with disabilities. The workshops took place in Madrid, Seville, and Barcelona and were attended by 150 people in total.
More information at http://www.fundacionbertinosborne.org.
Fundación Televisa is a non-profit civil association, the mission of which is to generate opportunities for improvement in the social field, mainly with education, value, nutrition, health, housing, and cultural projects for the largest possible number of people. Fundación Televisa reaches millions of people through Televisa's media platforms and builds partnerships with companies, non-government organisations, governments, and society.
More information at http://www.fundaciontelevisa.org (in Spanish).
To care, relieve, accompany, and offer specialist care involved in treating patients resident in the province of Malága, suffering from advanced or terminal cancer, which includes providing support and comfort to their families.
Cudeca has multidisciplinary teams consisting of doctors, nurses, social workers, psychologists, physiotherapists, and qualified volunteers. Cudeca care programmes are characterised by their flexibility and continuous adjustments to attend the needs of the patients and families as they arise, by the highly specialised multidisciplinary teams.
More information at http://cudeca.org.
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