Fundación MAPFRE is a non-profit organization created by MAPFRE in 1975, the main purpose of which is to promote the well-being of society and citizens across the company's footprint. It is the insurance company's majority shareholder, thus helping to ensure the firm's independence and shareholding stability. The core aspects of its operations are as follows:
The Fundación works to drive economic, social and cultural improvements for society's most disadvantaged people and groups.
The Fundación's operations focus on five areas:
- Accident Prevention and Road Safety.
- Insurance and Social Protection.
- Social Action.
- Health Promotion.
The Fundación operates both directly and in partnership with a considerable number of institutions, NGOs, museums, foundations and associations.
Activity in figures
Below are a few numbers that are illustrative of Fundación MAPFRE's social engagement:
- A budget of 47 million euros in 2016 to fund programs.
- 363 initiatives launched.
- 3,158 events organized.
- Operations in 29 countries.
- Close to 17 million beneficiaries.
Visit the Fundación MAPFRE website to find out more about its activities.