As part of our commitment to health, EMAC® Group participates in the Fundación Pequeño Deseo, a not-for-profit organisation that makes dreams come true – the dreams of boys and girls suffering from diseases that are chronic or have a poor medical prognosis. This means they receive emotional support, the hospital is humanised and their stay is made more tolerable during such testing times.
Fulfilling a wish can fundamentally help these children temporarily forget their illness and generate positive feelings that will last several months, working with their happiness and enthusiasm as part of their treatment.
Ronald McDonald House in Valencia is one of the 357 houses that the Ronald McDonald Children’s Foundation operates around the world. Ronald McDonald Houses strive to provide normality and improve family reconciliation for those families with long-stay hospitalised children. In this way, the aim is to reduce the trauma that this fact can cause for children, family and friends, as well as reduce economic costs and provide a new "home away from home" that reflects daily life.
EMAC® Group collaborates with the Ronald McDonald Children's Foundation that builds, manages and maintains these houses located near pediatric hospitals since 1997.
Since 2004, Emac® joins the great effort of the Vicente Ferrer Foundation for trying to eradicate poverty and the inequalities of one of the poorest of India, Anantapur.
EMAC® Group each year finances the construction of housing and schools to make possible families of Anantapur have decent housing and their children to enjoy a proper education.
The Agrupació Musical L'Amistat of Quart de Poblet is a non-profit association dedicated to giving continuity and maintaining the music and orchestra band. Its relevance is international and is founder of the Federation of Musical Societies of the Valencian Community and also has a School of Educated.
EMAC® Group collaborates in the construction of its new headquarters. A highly relevant project will be realized, giving shape to a pioneering project in the Valencian Community following the "passivhaus" regulation, which stands out for its low energy consumption characteristics and low CO2 emission.
The Interdisciplinary Professional Association of Valencia (APIVAL) is an entity made up of professionals dedicated to the social and labour insertion of disabled persons and / or dependents. The project has a wide variety of proposals, modalities and activities with the aim to promote the democratic and participatory principles of these groups.
EMAC® Group collaborates with this association providing resources necessary for the full development of a wide variety of proposed actions.
From our beginnings and from our most humane touch we have always search for the social, labour and personal integration of all groups, because we care about people.
AFACO is a non-profit, with scope provincial and entity of Voluntariado.Representa people with functional diversity (intellectual disability) and their families.
EMAC® Group collaborates with this association with the objective of providing its members and their families a better quality of life. And we are confident that this goal can be only achieved if there is a real social inclusion, where every human being be accommodated, is respected and is equip you with the resources necessary for their full development.
EMAC® Group is part of the initiative, companies with value that allows the costs of House charity in its different areas. Through their own and managed (in Valencia, Torrent and Paterna) persons without resources can receive care for their basic needs, psychological help and encourage as far as possible their social reintegration.
Now more that we must never think in the future and continue the commitment to solidarity. The work must continue every day, and for this reason our participation and support must not cease.
EMAC® Group has participated in the sponsorship of the Dean of Valencia Rugby club, managed by Matías Tudela and César Sempere, athletes who competed in JJOO Rio 2016. Both Managers know the excellent attributes Rugby Tatami Team has and they aspire to become one of Valencia team example.
In this sport traditionally great importance has been given to moral values and that's where we like to emphasize. From an early age are taught Rugby players a series of positive qualities, such as Fellowship, Union, Respect, Discipline, Commitment, Passion and Humility among many others.