Volunteer Work



The winning Social Action projects have been presented by Konecta employees, which are developed by social entities and foundations in the countries where the company is present.

The Internal Call for Social Projects, launched in 2009, aims to promote and support the social action of foundations and NGOs with which Konecta employees actively collaborate, financing some of their projects. Since then, the company has managed to support 66 social organisations with a total of 370,000 euros.

During the jury meeting of the 13th Internal Call for Social Projects, held on 18 December, the 12 winning projects were chosen from among the 116 candidates, with a total financial endowment of 60,000 euros (€5,000 per project). The prizes have been distributed taking into account the number of projects received by each region in which Konecta is present: 3 for Iberia, 3 for LATAM and 2 for the rest of the areas (French market, Italian market and rest of Europe). The 12 winning projects were as follows:



“Residential care project for formerly cared for and dependent youth” of Nuestro Padre Jesús de la Pasión Welfare Foundation, in Seville.
“Accompaniment to elderly people living alone in the Sierra” by Cáritas Huelva.
“DIGITALISE: Socio-occupational integration and digital participation for vulnerable people” by Fundación Mornese, in Seville.


“Assistive Technology” by APAE Association of Parents and Friends of the Disabled of Mogi das Cruzes, in São Paulo (Brazil).
“Montería Digital Classroom (Geodesic Domes)” by Fundación Llena una Botella de Amor, in Córdoba (Colombia).
“Giving Smiles” by Fundación Regalando Sonrisas, in Chaco (Argentina).


“Course for 400 disadvantaged students preparing for the Primary School Certificate” of Marao Association, in Farafangana (Madagascar).
“Online training platform to facilitate the professional integration of students” of Akamasoa Humanitarian Association, in Antananarivo (Madagascar).


“Violet for women victims of gender violence” by Violetta la Forza delle Donne O.d.V., in Piedmont (Italy).
“Travelling Dinners” by Community of Sant’Egidio Piedmont ODV, in Turin (Italy).


“Therapeutic camp for children with limb disabilities”, of Foundation for Children with Limb Differences, Budapest, Hungary.
“Employability for women prisoners” of RUBIKON Centrum z.ú., in Prague (Czech Republic).

The rest of the projects will become part of Fundación Konecta’s pool of projects that will be preferentially supported in other initiatives.

The aim of this call is to encourage support for social actions promoted by employees, as well as to fund projects aligned with the objectives of Fundación Konecta: to promote social development, employment and the inclusion of vulnerable people.