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Sacyr Foundation signs a collaboration agreement with Aladina Foundation

  • The Foundation will cooperate with Aladina Foundation in helping children and adolescents with cancer and their families

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Sacyr Foundation has signed a collaboration agreement with Aladina Foundation to help children and adolescents with cancer and their families in three Madrid hospitals.

In this way, Sacyr Foundation joins to the emotional support program for children suffering from this disease, which is developed by Aladina Foundation with the motto "So that children with cancer keep on smiling”. 

“We are proud to be able to participate in a program like this, which helps children who are bravely fighting the disease. Children are the most valuable asset of any society and with this collaboration we would like to continue contributing to the protection and care of the little ones“ said Manuel Manrique, Sacyr’s Chairman.

This agreement is part of the work of the Sacyr Foundation to promote, encourage and support children-related, educational, cultural and environmental projects that add value to the communities where the group carries out its activity. This work is part of Sacyr Group’s Plan Empresa Global 2020 (global business plan), its new Corporate Social Responsibility Plan. 

Aladina Foundation,, celebrates its 12 years anniversary, more than a decade in which it has continued to care for children and adolescents suffering from cancer, and their families, while launching new projects. The entity chaired by Paco Arango is already present in 12 Spanish hospitals and more than 1,500 children benefit from their programs every year.