Cheshire Friendship Homes Foundation manages eight centres in Catalonia that provide the necessary care and assistance to people with physical disabilities. Its main activity is funded by the Department of Social Rights of the Generalitat de Catalunya. Otherwise, disinterested donations can help us carry out complementary activities for our residents. Such as canine therapy, parties, or the purchase of new equipment.

You can make financial contributions to the following account number:

“La Caixa”: ES86 2100 0555 34 0201381965

These financial contributions qualify for fiscal benefits on tax returns of individuals and in corporate income tax.

Entities and Companies

Increasingly, companies are embracing social responsibility as part of their business philosophy. Companies can help the community, by contributing to the resolution of problems that interest the citizens.

The Cheshire Friendship Homes Foundation offers these companies the opportunity to collaborate on projects to improve the Foundation’s services.

Companies can collaborate with the Foundation in the financing of projects in the Homes, both with contributions of products and services and with financial donations.

You can make financial contributions to account number:

“La Caixa”: ES78 2100 0555 33 0200903463

If you need more information please contact:


Volunteering is one of the connecting points of our users with society.

Many of the day-to-day tasks outside the centre could hardly be accomplished without the help of volunteers. People who, in an altruistic way spend part of their time helping others.

Guided by the directors, the volunteers keep the residents company, accompany them on their private outings and participate in group recreational activities. More than 200 volunteers are currently collaborating with the Foundation.
Volunteers are insured while in the performance of their duties.

For more information, call 93 451 46 19 or write to the centre where you want to volunteer. See the Contact section.

How can you collaborate?

Depending on your profession, skills, leisure, age and, above all, a generous attitude towards people with disabilities. In short, in one way or another, everyone can collaborate.

What can I do?

Some of your tasks may be to accompany residents on a walk, a shopping or cinema trip, and in many cases, to become a good friend of the resident.

Whatever the case, depending on your profession, aptitudes, free time and age. If you have the will to collaborate, we will surely be able to find a suitable activity. Everyone can help.