The world needs people.
People need the world

”la Caixa” with the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals to achieve a better world.


    With the goal of breaking the poverty circle passed on from parents to children and offering youngsters opportunities for the future, we work to achieve the following

    • Encourage the development of skills among young children and teenagers and their families so they can improve their social integration and independence

    • Promote the social and educational development of young children and teenagers in their families, at school and in society

    • Develop and implement a comprehensive model of social and educational action that helps to improve the opportunities for social and educational development of children and their families

    • Help to raise awareness and mobilise society in eradicating child poverty.


    The programme benefits from the collaboration of more than 400 social organisations working in a network and responsible for attending directly to families, prioritising aid and following up each specific case.


    For families with children aged between 0 and 18 years suffering from poverty and marginalisation.


    We promote children's development to provide them with solid references for their future and an optimum level of welfare that helps them to grow and train, via:

    1. Pro education services

    • Additional educational support and school resources

    • Open centres

    • Summer camps and activities

    • Educational family workshops

    2. Servicios pro salud

    • Diet and hygiene for children

    • Glasses and hearing aids

    • Psychological support

Alma, la red social social

jueves, 26 mar. 2020

Bailar contra la pobreza
con Rubén Olmo

CaixaProinfancia apoya a la Asociación Entre Amigos en su lucha por los derechos de los niños y niñas más desfavorecidos del Polígono Sur. Hablamos con el coreógrafo y bailarín Rubén Olmo, hijo ilustre de este popular barrio de Sevilla.

  • 60.000 children attended during 2018

  • 7.300 supported families in 2018

  • 57.000 children attended during 2019

  • 6.800 supported families in 2019