Four organizations of the Colunga Network will implement improvements in their initiatives thanks to the First Version of the Colunga Infrastructure Fund

November 11, 2016
Communications Colunga Foundation

NOVEMBER 11, 2016

At the end of September, the Colunga Foundation opened applications for the Infrastructure Fund, which aims to finance initiatives that respond to infrastructure needs, enabling and equipping spaces for school communities and organizations that develop projects in a context of poverty.

The call, in its pilot version, was directed to the organizations belonging to the Colunga Network. The selected projects will be implemented during the year 2017.

A new version of the Infrastructure Fund is planned for next year, this time with an open and massive call to all organizations that wish to apply, and comply with the requirements stipulated in the rules.

Winners of the Infrastructure Fund 2016

Service Jesuit Migrants It will benefit 400 migrant people and their families, on an annual basis, with improvements in the area of attention to the recipients in the Arica and Parinacota region.

The Institute Saint John the Apostle of the commune of Recoleta in Santiago, will focus on improving the classrooms for secondary education, and Santa Escolastica house, which will allow them to extend the program of time extension. With these advances, more than 1,000 students will benefit.

Educa Araucanía will build a staff room and a laboratory at the San Francisco de Cunco Chico School in the city of Temuco, which will support the good teaching work and the educational experience of the students.

Loyola Educational Foundation It will remodel the dining room of the San Alberto School, located in the Central Station of Santiago, which will have around 500 students as beneficiaries.

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