The Madrid-based Círculo de Bellas Artes will host tomorrow, starting at 7.30 pm, the presentation of the Solidarity Insurance Awards. In this XXI edition, which represents the return to the face-to-face format after the 2020 online edition, a total of 19 companies from the insurance sector and their environment will give their economic contribution to make possible the projects of foundations, NGOs and Third Sector entities. They thus reflect the interest of the insurance industry in supporting specific projects that entail improvements for the most disadvantaged.
The list of solidarity entities that, with their grain of sand, will help make life easier for many people, especially the youngest, is made up Allianz, BBVA Seguros, Carglass, Seguros Catalana Occidente, Crédito y Caución, Deloitte, AMA – Fundación AMA, Fundación Aon España, Fundación Mutual Médica, Fundación Mutua Madrileña, QBE Foundation, Generali, HomeServe, INESE, MetLife, Mutualidad de la Abogacía, Preventiva Seguros, RSA and Santalucía Seguros.
In addition, two special awards will be presented at the ceremony, hosted by presenter Anne Igartiburu.
Future Planet, the section on social development of the newspaper The country, his work is recognized as more supportive means of communication for “its involvement in giving greater visibility to content on social problems, sustainable development and global inequality.”
And it is recognized We are Tribu Vallekas (Neighborhood Solidarity Network) as the most prominent solidarity and awareness initiative in social networks, for the “social importance of this platform”, created during the COVID-19 pandemic, to help “the most vulnerable” in the Puente de Vallecas district of Madrid.
Help the victims of La Palma
Exceptionally, the solidarity companies that sponsor the Solidarity Insurance Awards have decided to allocate the budget for the cocktail of the awards ceremony to the victims of the volcanic eruption of La Palma. It will be allocated to the projects of the Spanish Red Cross and the Spanish Federation of Food Banks for this purpose.
“This decision is a clear example of the spirit of these awards and of what the insurance sector is, which once again demonstrates its social commitment and solidarity with those who need it most. It is what motivated the creation of the Solidarity Insurance Awards and what makes them continue to be essential ”, affirms the general director of INESE, Susana Pérez.
You can also follow her on social media with the hashtag #SolidariosDelSeguro.