The Ramon Molinas Foundation supported the Roure Foundation with the aim of improving quality of life the elderly people that are socioeconomically vulnerable with practical steps/targeted actions in their own home.
The Ramon Molinas Foundation collaborated with the Daydream Foundation with the aim of providing educational and emotional support to young people in care to encourage their development and social integration.
The Ramon Molinas Foundation collaborated with the Paliaclinic Foundation with the aim of supporting socioeconomically vulnerable patients through their final stage of life, so that they are able to face the process at home, and with dignity.
The Ramon Molinas Foundation collaborated with Friends of the Elderly with the aim of alleviating loneliness and social isolation in Leida.
The Ramon Molinas Foundation collaborated with the Miquel Valls Foundation with the objective of improving the quality of life and promoting the personal autonomy of people affected by Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) and other motor neurone diseases (MND).
The Ramon Molinas Foundation is collaborating with the Open University of Catalonia (UOC) with the objective of developing #SpinUOC 2021, an initiative which promotes innovation, the transfer of knowledge and entrepreneurship in the UOC community.
06/11/2020. Seven young people that come from disadvantaged socioeconomic backgrounds will benefit from the initiative in the first term of the 2020-2021 academic year.
The Ramon Molinas Foundation is providing scholarships to enrol the ‘RMF: Scholarship in English for young adults at the British Council 2020-2021’, a program that aims to promote the learning and improving English skills of high-achieving university students in Barcelona that from disadvantaged socioeconomic backgrounds.
The Ramon Molinas Foundation collaborated with the Step by Step Foundation (Fundación Step by Step) with the aim of improving the quality of life and promoting the personal autonomy of people from vulnerable socioeconomic groups with neurological disorders with quality physiotherapy treatment.
The Ramon Molinas Foundation collaborated with Project Home Catalonia (Projecte Home Catalunya) with the objective of providing specialised care to women with addiction problems. The initiative improved access to drug dependency, alcohol and gambling treatment programmes offered by the organisation.
The AVI and RMF support the autonomy of 50 elderly people with dependency, a disability, or socioeconomic vulnerability
30/06/2020. The initiative prescribes and provides assistive devices and home adaptions.
The Ramon Molinas Foundation is collaborating with the Independent Living Association (AVI) with the aim of improving quality of life and promoting the autonomy of elderly people with dependency, a disability, or socioeconomic vulnerability by prescribing and providing assistive devices, and making modifications and adaptions to their homes.
08/06/2020. One candidate will be awarded with the ‘Ramón Molinas prize for best project with social impact’.
26/05/2020. The Annual Report summarises all the programmes developed by the Ramon Molinas Foundation in the last year.
Five young people will complete the ‘RMF: Scholarship in English for young adults at the British Council 2019-2020’
11/05/2020. The programme will offer a total of 32 scholarships to university students from backgrounds with socioeconomic difficulties over the academic year.
New cognitive assessment tools for people with cerebral palsy or other neurological development pathologies
The Ramon Molinas Foundation collaborated with the Catalonian Aspace Foundation with the aim of updating the organisation’s psychological and neuropsychological assessment tools. The initiative will allow doctors to detect cognitive difficulties earlier and help to improve the abilities of people with cerebral palsy and other pathologies.
27/02/2020. The initiative, designed and developed by the RMF, will encourage active aging in vulnerable older adults.
500 children in care will benefit from the collaboration between the Daydream Foundation and the RMF
12/02/2020. The initiative aims to promote equal opportunities and prevent children in care from leaving education.
The ‘Home care programme for patients with social needs at the final stage of life’ will help 300 people in 2020
24/01/2020. The RMF and the Paliaclinic Foundation are renewing their collaboration to support socioeconomically vulnerable patients through their final stage of life, so that they are able to face the process with dignity.