With more than 40 years of experience, we are recognized as a leading global foundation for our commitment to people’s well-being and social progress. Our mission, as a non-profit institution created by MAPFRE, is to contribute to improving people’s quality of life and the progress of society through multinational programs and activities.
Fundación MAPFRE is fully aware of the fact that only by understanding the new realities of this changing world will we be able to move forward with this global project which is structured around different areas of action. To achieve our goals, we organize a wide range of activities worldwide in five key areas that all share a common objective: our ethical commitment to society.
The five areas in which our activities are based are: Social Action, Culture, Health Promotion, Prevention and Road Safety and Insurance and Social Protection.
Road Safety Education Program
A joint program with the Department of Education that aims to:
- Provide children with the knowledge and skills to be safer road users now and in the future.
- Shape the attitude and behavior of children so they can become responsible pedestrians, passengers, cyclists and future drivers.
Over 600,000 school children from 2,000 public schools nationwide are beneficiaries of this program.
ANAKK Sta Cruz Social Sports School
FUNDACIÓN MAPFRE in cooperation with FUNDACIÓN REAL MADRID, that aims to provide basic healthcare and better education for the “out of school” youth alongside football training, an important source of motivation and values formation.
Eugenia Ravasco Day Care Center
A day care center run by The Daughters of the Sacred Heart of Jesus and Mary that provides medical, nutrition and education programs for the less-fortunate children from the local community. With the help of FUNDACIÓN MAPFRE, the day care center is able to provide for the needs of the children as well as extend the activities to the families through family planning programs, health and hygiene awareness programs, and the like.
Arts and Culture
In 2011, FUNDACIÓN MAPFRE sponsored the exhibit of Suite Vollard, a collection of works of the well-known artist Pablo Picasso. The exhibit was held in the Metropolitan Museum of Manila and was open to public viewing.
FUNDACIÓN MAPFRE has been consistent in providing assistance to affected areas and local communities of the various typhoons and other calamities that have hit the Philippines.