Since 2012, Fundación Colunga has joined the commitment to promote a more just society, through partnerships with various actors: civil society organizations, the private world, the public and academia. All this in the search to elaborate proposals that contribute to public policy and the strengthening of civil society.
With special attention to children and adolescents, Colunga promotes social innovations aimed at generating a systemic change in critical areas such as overcoming poverty, protecting the rights of children and youth, improving the quality of education and promotion of new forms of inclusion (migration and social reintegration, for example). In this way, it develops innovative proposals that contribute to public advocacy and facilitate social transformation.
Colunga owes its name to a town located in the Principality of Asturias, in Spain, place of origin of the Cueto Plaza family, who set up this foundation to contribute to the social development of Chile and other countries in the region.
Contribute to overcome the poverty of children and adolescents, promoting social innovation, advocacy in public policies and strengthening the ecosystem of civil society.
Promote and promote organizations that contribute to overcome poverty and improve the quality of education in Chile and Latin America.
We dream of fairer and more collaborative societies, for a better future of the new generations.
Through support to organizations that intervene directly in the field, Fundación Colunga manages to positively impact more than 25 thousand people.
It is a platform where social investment is made, the development of impact models is accompanied and the incidence on public policies is enhanced.Social Development Program
It enhances the impact of proposals and solutions for children in poverty, promoting collaboration, knowledge generation and public advocacy.Research and Public Policies
It is a unit that promotes social innovation in civil society organizations that lead high-impact initiatives to improve the quality of social interventions.Center for Social Innovation