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SANTALUCÍA reaffirms its commitment to the well-being and quality of life of older people

SANTALUCÍA reaffirms its commitment to the well-being and quality of life of older people

Lucia Streetthe leading family protection insurance company, has renewed its alliances with Sekot, Great friends And Pascual Maragall FoundationIn its firm commitment to ensuring the care and well-being of the elderly. In this way, it positions itself as an active ally of prominent social entities to ensure a higher quality of life for older people.

Commitment to older people

For the fourth year in a row with Sekot, a leading association in volunteer work for older people, SANTALUCÍA will continue to promote entrepreneurship and intergenerational relations. Likewise, it will continue to cooperate with Great friends of NGOs, Dedicated to supporting older adults who feel unwanted loneliness, and Pascual Maragall Foundationwhich encourages research to prevent Alzheimer's disease and provides solutions to improve the quality of life of affected people, their families and caregivers.

These collaborations contribute to SANTALUCÍA's commitment to Meeting the needs of vulnerable groups such as the elderlyThis reaffirms its call to care for and protect society, in addition to responding to the challenge of longevity. All this corresponds to your Supporting the 2030 Agenda and the Sustainable Development GoalsEspecially SDG 3, Health and Well-Being, SDG 10, Reducing Inequality, and SDG 17, Partnerships to Achieve the Goals.

Lively arrived Emma Marin, Director of Communications and CSR at the insurance company: “At SANTALUCÍA, we remain committed, year after year, to the needs of older people. They are a crucial group today and in the future, and these alliances ensure their full inclusion and active participation in society. And the care they need.”

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