fbpx

Agua de Benassal supports and sponsors various social commitment actions

Participatory collaboration with social action associations.

Agua de Benassal has a social collaboration program whose purpose is to support, promote and boost associations and/or foundations related to our policy of conservation and health improvement.
What kind of collaborations do we carry out?
We carry out social awareness actions through collaborations with associations aimed to finance or publicize specific health problems. Currently, we collaborate on different projects, including:

  • Alcer Castalia: Provincial non-profit association, Declared of Public Utility, fighting to improve the quality of life of people with kidney disease and their families since 1981. For Agua de Benassal this is a special sponsorship, as it relates an association that supports and researches kidney diseases, considering that Agua de Benassal is indicated for the alleviation of certain kidney stones. We are proud to join efforts together with Alcer Castalia to improve the health of people with kidney disease.
  • The Solidarity Train:: This non-profit organization was established in 2012 by volunteers and members of Ferrocarrils of the Generalitat de Catalunya, with the purpose of carrying out social activities and movements in order to obtain funding for the study and subsequent cure of minority childhood diseases. For more than 5 years, Agua de Benassal continues to collaborate with this cause, year after year.
  • Von Hippel-Lindau disease: Agua de Benassal collaborates with the charity golf tournament that is held every year at the Scorpion Golf Club in Betera where the profits go to the research of this rare disease.
  • Solidarity marches: Through our participation in solidarity marches by different charities, we contribute to fundraising and promotion

Read about our latest collaborative social action events

DISCOVER MORE ABOUT AGUA DE BENASSAL

Agua de Benassal is more than natural mineral water; it is nature, health, culture, gastronomy, experiences…