SANTA CRUZ DE TENERIFE, Dec. 15 (EUROPA PRESS) –
The Cabildo de Tenerife, through Sinpromi, Grupo CIO and the Provincial Confederation of Entrepreneurs of Santa Cruz de Tenerife (CEOE-Tenerife) have enabled a space that, under the domain www.aliancesolidariatenerife.com, connects entities with the business fabric and serves as a meeting point to articulate collaborations.
The CEO of Citizen Participation and Diversity, Nauzet Gugliotta, assures that this project arises from the cooperation of Grupo CIO and CEOE-Tenerife with the ‘Tenerife Isla Solidaria Program’ and aims to help the most vulnerable groups on the island.
“The web space is already operational, so both companies and third-sector entities can now make use of it and benefit from all the advantages it offers,” he says in a note.
All the members of ‘Alianza Solidaria de Tenerife’ collaborate to provide companies and entities with a digital tool, which facilitates establishing synergies between them.
On the one hand, companies can quickly and easily find projects in which they can contribute according to their ability, either through financial contributions or through donations of equipment or volunteer hours.
“Companies will also be able to use the platform as a place in which to make known to entities those materials, furniture or equipment that they have available to donate,” explains the CEO.
On the other hand, ‘Alianza Solidaria de Tenerife’ provides entities with a space in which to show their needs, so that companies can help improve the adverse situations faced by many individuals and families.
The ‘Tenerife Isla Solidaria’ program, dependent on Sinpromi, plays a key role in this process since its experience and knowledge, the result of daily work with the volunteer organizations that carry out their work for the people who need it most, allow them to offer information in real time of who needs help and of what kind.
The Web www.aliancesolidariatenerife.com has enabled a space in which companies and entities can register, offering help or presenting projects.
The efforts are focused on five major blocks of action: ‘Solidarity that Feeds’, ‘Seniors with Smiles’, ‘Resilient Families’, ‘Universal Internet’ and ‘Inclusive Plans’.
In addition, there is a sixth block called ‘Projects with Illusion’ in which the doors are opened to proposals of another nature not contemplated in the previous ones.
These blocks are structured according to the 2030 Agenda and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Currently, 26 entities are registered in one of the thematic blocks