boboli Suma Awards

Success is the
sum total
of small actions.

What are
the boboli Suma Awards?

The boboli Suma Awards, conferred since 2016, serve to actively support non-profit organisations that work day after day to ensure that children have the necessary resources to develop into exceptional human beings.

With an annual sum of €25,000 the boboli Suma awards three projects per year carried out in support of Children’s Rights.

It all adds up!
It all adds up!

Winning projects

"Move your body, heal your mind"
San Joan de Déu

"This project involves healthy lifestyle habits aimed at minimising the physical, mental, emotional and social effects of mental disorders in children, through sports and inclusive leisure activities. It improves the emotional well being and the clinical signs shown by 100% of children with mental health problems who are in a vulnerable position and at social risk."

"Inclusive camp for children with heart disease"
Fundación Menudos Corazones

As part of the Integration Programme through leisure and free time for minors with congenital heart disease, the “Inclusive camp for children with heart disease” is a camp welcoming children with congenital heart disease.

"Health-related rights - Health programme for children with multiple disabilities"
Nexe Fundació Privada

"The “Health-related rights - Health programme for children with multiple disabilities” is for 105 children under 12 with multiple disabilities (children with more than a 75% degree of disability, and highly dependent children). Its vision is to give children with a disability the right to lead a full life, and to receive special care, as well as effective education, health and leisure, enabling their social integration and individual development"

"Eating well is fun!"
Asociación Española Contra el Cáncer_AECC

The project promotes healthy eating for children aged 2 to 9 years old, as well as for their parents, through a Health Training and Education Programme to be carried out in the province of Almería. This is to prevent certain types of cancer affecting the digestive system, according to evidence which demonstrates the relationship between less-than-healthy eating and the development of tumours.

"Feeding coeliac children: happy little innards"
Associació cel·líacs de Catalunya

The aim of this project is to provide guidance and gluten-free food to 70 families with children aged 6 months to 12 years old who have been diagnosed with coeliac disease and cannot afford to buy gluten-free products. Recipients are beneficiaries of the Banco de los Alimentos [Food Bank] as well as the Spanish Red Cross. The project is a response to the call for access to basic gluten-free products to be given to families with a high degree of vulnerability.

"Alimentoras"
ONG Ecos do Sur

This project trains and supports families faced with extreme social exclusion, in order for them to improve access to resources in their surrounding areas, grow their own food and optimise their eating habits. It avoids assistance-based approaches and empowers individuals. Consequently, it meets the guidelines in the call for action: it promotes health eating, and increases access to basic food items. Its beneficiaries are 100 children and 75 adults in families facing extreme social exclusion, i.e., affected by more than two exclusion factors in the long term.

Family support service for children with a disability
Oafrica

A project aimed at achieving access to housing, healthcare, education, proper nutrition, psychological support and the right to a secure future in Ghana. OAfrica’s objective is to empower families with resources and skills allowing them to cover the basic needs of children themselves, as well as to protect/strengthen their rights.

"Care today, cure tomorrow"
Asociación Catalana Síndrome de Rett

Multi-sensory stimulation for children with Rett syndrome in special schools. Therapies are provided which help them to have a higher quality of life, to feel better, and achieve as many gains as possible at a physical and sensory level, as well as at a communication level, etc. Direct care is provided through a service which offers multi-sensory stimulation, musical therapy and eye tracking (visual monitoring technology where language and communication are absent).

"alabeTICando"
Asociación San José

The objective of this project is to introduce Information Technology to pupils from the Colegio de Educación Especial Ntra. Sra. de la Esperanza with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). This allows their communication with family members and classmates at the centre to be improved, and thus heightening their quality of life.

"Asido Cartagena"
Asido Cartagena

Project aimed at guaranteeing educational inclusion for children with Down Syndrome. Facilitating pupils to remain in the mainstream education system, by supporting schools and the pupils themselves through the School Mediator role (Asido Cartagena professionals). Pupils receive individual treatments covering motor skills development, cognitive development, and language and social development.

"I can live with my mother"
Fundació Maria Raventós

A residential service for pregnant women or women with children younger than three, who are affected by social exclusion and extreme poverty. The ultimate goal is to drive the social and personal recovery of these mothers and to ensure a form of positive motherhood, allowing children to remain in their own families.

"Children’s breakfasts in Vizcaya"
Banco de Alimentos Vizcaya

A project for 3,017 children under the age of 6, the objective of which is to ensure they have a proper breakfast every day. The food bank, which currently provides 2.5 kg of food items per child per month, including dairy produce, cereals, sugar, cocoa powder, biscuits, yogurts and baby food pots, has set itself the goal of increasing this number to 3.25 kg, to achieve the recommended levels.

"Families helping families"
ASION

An initiative to meet the basic needs of families who have a child suffering from cancer and who are affected by poverty or are at risk of social exclusion. Help is provided to children and teenagers up to 18 years of age, as well as to their families.

"Assistance and Support for the Basic Needs of families affected by poverty and social exclusion"
Fundació Gavina

Providing assistance and support to meet the basic needs of children, teenagers and young people in the Raval district of Barcelona, as well as their families. Supporting families through the “basic structuring of vital emotional ties of inter-generational solidarity”, carried out through the Fundación Gavina’s methodology. This consists of facilitating the acceptance of family responsibilities, as well as strengthening family ties, as a factor of personal well being and social cohesion.

Winning projects

"Move your body, heal your mind"
San Joan de Déu

"This project involves healthy lifestyle habits aimed at minimising the physical, mental, emotional and social effects of mental disorders in children, through sports and inclusive leisure activities. It improves the emotional well being and the clinical signs shown by 100% of children with mental health problems who are in a vulnerable position and at social risk."

"Inclusive camp for children with heart disease"
Fundación Menudos Corazones

As part of the Integration Programme through leisure and free time for minors with congenital heart disease, the “Inclusive camp for children with heart disease” is a camp welcoming children with congenital heart disease.

"Health-related rights - Health programme for children with multiple disabilities"
Nexe Fundació Privada

"The “Health-related rights - Health programme for children with multiple disabilities” is for 105 children under 12 with multiple disabilities (children with more than a 75% degree of disability, and highly dependent children). Its vision is to give children with a disability the right to lead a full life, and to receive special care, as well as effective education, health and leisure, enabling their social integration and individual development"

"Eating well is fun!"
Asociación Española Contra el Cáncer_AECC

The project promotes healthy eating for children aged 2 to 9 years old, as well as for their parents, through a Health Training and Education Programme to be carried out in the province of Almería. This is to prevent certain types of cancer affecting the digestive system, according to evidence which demonstrates the relationship between less-than-healthy eating and the development of tumours.

"Feeding coeliac children: happy little innards"
Associació cel·líacs de Catalunya

The aim of this project is to provide guidance and gluten-free food to 70 families with children aged 6 months to 12 years old who have been diagnosed with coeliac disease and cannot afford to buy gluten-free products. Recipients are beneficiaries of the Banco de los Alimentos [Food Bank] as well as the Spanish Red Cross. The project is a response to the call for access to basic gluten-free products to be given to families with a high degree of vulnerability.

"Alimentoras"
ONG Ecos do Sur

This project trains and supports families faced with extreme social exclusion, in order for them to improve access to resources in their surrounding areas, grow their own food and optimise their eating habits. It avoids assistance-based approaches and empowers individuals. Consequently, it meets the guidelines in the call for action: it promotes health eating, and increases access to basic food items. Its beneficiaries are 100 children and 75 adults in families facing extreme social exclusion, i.e., affected by more than two exclusion factors in the long term.

Family support service for children with a disability
Oafrica

A project aimed at achieving access to housing, healthcare, education, proper nutrition, psychological support and the right to a secure future in Ghana. OAfrica’s objective is to empower families with resources and skills allowing them to cover the basic needs of children themselves, as well as to protect/strengthen their rights.

"Care today, cure tomorrow"
Asociación Catalana Síndrome de Rett

Multi-sensory stimulation for children with Rett syndrome in special schools. Therapies are provided which help them to have a higher quality of life, to feel better, and achieve as many gains as possible at a physical and sensory level, as well as at a communication level, etc. Direct care is provided through a service which offers multi-sensory stimulation, musical therapy and eye tracking (visual monitoring technology where language and communication are absent).

"alabeTICando"
Asociación San José

The objective of this project is to introduce Information Technology to pupils from the Colegio de Educación Especial Ntra. Sra. de la Esperanza with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). This allows their communication with family members and classmates at the centre to be improved, and thus heightening their quality of life.

"Asido Cartagena"
Asido Cartagena

Project aimed at guaranteeing educational inclusion for children with Down Syndrome. Facilitating pupils to remain in the mainstream education system, by supporting schools and the pupils themselves through the School Mediator role (Asido Cartagena professionals). Pupils receive individual treatments covering motor skills development, cognitive development, and language and social development.

"I can live with my mother"
Fundació Maria Raventós

A residential service for pregnant women or women with children younger than three, who are affected by social exclusion and extreme poverty. The ultimate goal is to drive the social and personal recovery of these mothers and to ensure a form of positive motherhood, allowing children to remain in their own families.

"Children’s breakfasts in Vizcaya"
Banco de Alimentos Vizcaya

A project for 3,017 children under the age of 6, the objective of which is to ensure they have a proper breakfast every day. The food bank, which currently provides 2.5 kg of food items per child per month, including dairy produce, cereals, sugar, cocoa powder, biscuits, yogurts and baby food pots, has set itself the goal of increasing this number to 3.25 kg, to achieve the recommended levels.

"Families helping families"
ASION

An initiative to meet the basic needs of families who have a child suffering from cancer and who are affected by poverty or are at risk of social exclusion. Help is provided to children and teenagers up to 18 years of age, as well as to their families.

"Assistance and Support for the Basic Needs of families affected by poverty and social exclusion"
Fundació Gavina

Providing assistance and support to meet the basic needs of children, teenagers and young people in the Raval district of Barcelona, as well as their families. Supporting families through the “basic structuring of vital emotional ties of inter-generational solidarity”, carried out through the Fundación Gavina’s methodology. This consists of facilitating the acceptance of family responsibilities, as well as strengthening family ties, as a factor of personal well being and social cohesion.

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your vote,
your part!

Your voice, your vote, your part!

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