• 03/05/2024
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Participants of the Professional Skills Acceleration Program support the Foundation Escuela de Solidaridad

The Talent Incubator at the University of Granada is witnessing a tremendous act of solidarity driven by this year’s participants of the Professional Skills Acceleration Program. In collaboration with the Foundation Escuela de Solidaridad, these talented young individuals are making a tangible difference in the community.

The Foundation Escuela de Solidaridad, with over 25 years of experience, has been a refuge for those without homes. At its facilities in Sierra Elvira, over 150 people find a safe and welcoming place to live. However, the Foundation faces enormous logistical challenges, and this is where the solidarity and initiative of these young men and women come into play.

The goal is clear: to raise funds to purchase a new van to facilitate the logistical and transportation tasks of the Foundation. To achieve this goal, they have organized a solidarity raffle with 8 different prizes thanks to the collaboration of various local businesses: Tiendas Ambar, Terramarket Granada, MostazaGreen Burger, El taller de Nicoleta, Las chicas de la estación, librería Papel y Tinta, Formula Karting, and of course, the Foundation Escuela de Solidaridad.

Each participation in the raffle has a value of €2 and can be paid via Bizum, indicating in the concept “RIFA FES”, to any of the following numbers:

Georgiana: 697 61 43 90

Raquel: 645 70 64 20

Álvaro: 691 58 37 43

Carmen: 695 05 89 61

Violeta: 671 22 46 54

Laura: 629 24 23 00

Ana: 633 08 83 10

In case one number does not work, participants are asked to try the next one. It will be ensured that the data of each person who makes a Bizum payment are saved to notify the winners. BIZUMS WILL BE ACCEPTED UNTIL MAY 20 AT 8:00 AM.

The draw is scheduled for May 20 and will be broadcast live through the Incubator’s Instagram profile. Everyone’s support is crucial to make this important project a reality, so we encourage you to collaborate.

If you want to learn more about the Foundation in-depth, you can visit their website:

Thank you for your solidarity!