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At One we recognize and always mention the value of philanthropy. Thanks to the generosity of our main benefactor and the contributions of many people and entities that have believed in us, we have managed to positively impact more than 800,000 people during our short history. But we are aware…

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15 March, 2024
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At One we recognize and always mention the value of philanthropy. Thanks to the generosity of our main benefactor and the contributions of many people and entities that have believed in us, we have managed to positively impact more than 800,000 people during our short history.

But we are aware of the limitations that philanthropy has and that is why we consider it necessary to nurture it in order to strengthen it.

Acting as a bridge to unite companies and people who want to support social transformation with initiatives that effectively achieve these changes is the strategic bet to make social change sustainable.

Humanitarian aid is not outside of social investment.

When we talk about social investment, we are not necessarily leaving aside projects or initiatives that address emergencies or causes of assistance that are fundamental in environments such as ours.

At One we have supported and participated in alliances with different entities in overcoming emergency situations where we know we can contribute and make a difference.

However, in development projects, what we seek is to create capacities in the target audience so that our presence or intervention is no longer necessary after a certain period of time. This is why we talk about economic, social, and environmental sustainability. The triple impact is not only from the commitment of companies; it must also be present in society and the public sector. All are needed in order to move those in need toward a more prosperous and dignified future.  

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