Synapse has kicked-off its Social Programme as part of Synapse’s corporate social responsibility to support initiatives related with the citizen’s health care.

Synapse’s Social Programme has started funding two local initiatives:

  • ASIMAGA, a Spanish non-profit association created from the concern of families of children affected with the Cri du chat syndrome, which is considered a rare genetic disorder.
  • The Enriqueta Villavecchia Private Foundation for Child Oncology, a non-profit organization from Barcelona (Spain), which provides integral care for children and youngsters suffering from cancer and gives support to their families.

More info at: www.synapse/social-programme