We want to show you what we do and how we do it bearing in mind our mission, ethics, commitment, and institutional improvement.

Accountability and transparency contribute to different purposes. On the one hand, they contribute to improve our ability to anticipate, this being the continuous analysis of our praxis, and by doing so, we make a greater social impact with our actions. It adds value to them, to the point that they could even be perceived as “good practices” that encourage their emulation and dissemination.

On the other hand, it is a way of getting all the social agents that contribute with Women’s Reintegration Program involved, so it keeps growing.

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PRM Grants

The annual budget of PRM’s project is 184.263€. The line items are distributed as follows:

Funding Structure

Almost a 100% of the program’s funding comes from the public, local, regional, and autonomous administrations. The most important funding is the one received during the schedule call, which is managed by the Generalitat Valenciana and funded by the European Union, from the European Social Fund. The line item granted comes to 60,000€ per year, and it is specially aimed at facing all the expenses that allow that a proper accompanying work is ensured to facilitate the students’ employment.

The distribution of the funding PRM received by the different administrations is shown in the following graphic:

Public funders

European Social Fund: “Integrated Socio-Labor Insertion Itinararies”.  The Generalitat Valenciana, through the general management with powers in the field of social inclusion, monitors the subsidies attached to the social inclusión promotion and the quality improvement employability of the most vulnerable or at-risk groups, social exclusion.

Valencian Generalitat:

  • Aid for the projects realization aimed at the social immigrants integration
  • Grant for the community inclusion and development programs financing:
  • Aid for the development of specialized social services programs for women in situations or at risk of social exclusion
  • Aid for the development programs that promote equality between women and men and / or the women association in the Valencian Community

Alicante Provincial Deputation through a grant for the Integral Program of training and socio-labor insertion.

HE Alicante City Council through the Department of Social Action and Citizen Participation

LABORA. ECOJUP. Grants to promote the hiring in practices of qualified young people -AVALEM JOVES- within the framework of the National Youth Guarantee System.

Private funders

Juan Perán Pikolinos Foundation. The foundation and the Pikolinos Group have opted from the beginning for our project. We use a space provided by them for our workshops in the province of Alicante, in addition to offering support in any need that arises in the association.

La Caixa. Through an aid to purchase material for the workshop and the Van acquired for Market Projects.

Gioseppo through the Esperanza Pertusa Foundation. Offering financial support for the economic users scholarship. 

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