Queen Letizia of Spain presided over the presentation of the “X Annual Call for Grants for Social Projects of the Mutua Madrileña Foundation” at the Mutua Madrid Auditorium in Madrid.
The social projects of Mutura Foundation recognize and help promote initiatives by non-profit entities that contribute to improving the socio-economic reality and the quality of life of various vulnerable groups.
Every year Mutua Madrileña Foundation brings together the representative NGOs of Spain that work in the field of the fight against gender violence, childhood, disability, integration, and development cooperation.
Throughout the ten years of existence, more than six million euros have been allocated to these Grants for Social Action, which has served to develop nearly 300 support programs for disadvantaged groups for economic, social, or economic reasons. Health. During this time around 250,000 people have been able to improve their living conditions thanks to these grants.
The projects have an annual allocation of 1,000,000 euros to 36 social initiatives which aim to help promote projects that contribute to improving the socio-economic and quality of life of various vulnerable groups both in Spain and outside of the Spanish borders.
Beginning the act, Queen Letizia addressed the gathering and said, “we have had to live through a difficult time, in many ways and with different and unequal effects In the societies in which we live, people seek certainties, but today there are 36 certainties here, 36 entities in which many good people work and collaborate, who each day stand up with great effort, winning small battles in your work every day to try to ensure that people who have had difficulties live with more dignity”.
Then Queen Letizia presented the grants to the winners of this year. Before leaving, Letizia held a meeting with the winners. Various categories for which the grants were presented are disability; gender violence; child support; labor integration of young people at risk of exclusion; social and economic consequences of Covid-19 on homeless people, the elderly, and vulnerable families; and development cooperation.
Moving towards Queen Letizia Style – Letizia showed her support to Ukraine through the diplomatic dressing.
Upon arrival, Letizia was wearing a new black blazer that remains unidentified.
Underneath the blazer, Queen Letizia was wearing a Ukrainian vyshyvanka embroidered blouse. The vyshyvanka blouse is part of Ukraine’s centuries-old traditional customs and is worn by the people of Ukraine and Belarus. The embroidery includes multiple techniques of thread work that can reflect different regions, cities, and even families within Ukraine.
Letizia paired the blouse with new black trousers.
She topped the trousers with her Möhel Coco Belt.
Letizia carried her Carolina Herrera Astrud clutch,
And wore her Magrit Mila pumps.
A pair of small gold hoops and a Karen Hallam ring finished the look