MTorres Foundation (social action)
The MTorres Foundation was created in 2013 with the aim of promoting projects that contribute to the progress and development of society. Its activity is carried out through its own programs or in collaboration with initiatives from other entities, mainly in the following areas:
- Training of the youngest, especially in values, science and technology.
- Social care for disadvantaged and vulnerable groups through initiatives that favor their social integration.
- Development and consolidation of the knowledge society in the academic, research and general society fields.
New talents: educational program designed to foster teamwork values and to promote interest in science and technology among teenagers.
Salesianos Pamplona High School: creation of the MTorres - Javier Medina Scholarship to support education of young people in financial difficulties.
Muchos Pocos and Actúa: charity organizations formed by MTorres employees, that promote solidarity initiatives chosen by their members, with the support of the MTorres Foundation.
ABAMUR: scholarship that takes care for the treatment, following the ABA methodology, of a child with autism without resources.
Spanish Association Against Cancer (AECC): contribution to the maintenance of shelter apartments that this Association offers to patients undergoing cancer long treatments and without resources to afford accommodation for those periods.
Ayuda Contenedores Association: Collaboration with this entity which main objective is to support other NGOs to send humanitarian aid to developing countries.
Ilundain Foundation: support to this Foundation that works on social care and educational and professional development for children and young people at risk of social exclusion.
Navarra Association for the Support of Children and the Family (ANAIF): collaboration with this entity focus on the care of young people with functional neuro diversity to improve their personal autonomy and the development of normal social skills.
Center for Applied Medical Research (CIMA): funds contribution for oncology research in the programs of hepatology and solid tumors and markers.
Children against Cancer: collaboration with this initiative of the University Clinic of Navarra for research on childhood cancer and support families with minor resources to access specific treatments.