At Golden Mile we want to make a difference

In the Golden Mile family, every person counts! We value each and every person in our team, giving them the tools to build their own success. We know that personal fulfilment is within everyone’s reach.

We believe in teamwork, and we know that a united society can quickly achieve its own progress and well-being. That is why we continuously collaborate with associations and non-profit organisations that work hard to improve the living conditions of those who need it most.

You know that a better world is possible!

We are actively contributing to the various charities associated with our network and also to those causes that we believe bring value to the communities around us.

With our solidarity actions we want to sow hope for a better future.

These are some of the organisations we have collaborated witho

The Association offers psychosocial help to the person who requests it, and provides support to the family, as well as accompanying the affected person to consultations and treatments. In addition to this, they also have a large group of physiotherapists who provide information, teach exercises and perform lymphatic drainage using the Vodder method.

Non-profit organisation founded in 1993 by parents of people with Down’s syndrome. Our aim is to improve the quality of life of people with Down’s syndrome through support programmes based on their needs and those of their families, facilitating their personal autonomy and favouring their inclusion and participation as full citizens.

The Social Intervention Department’s mission is to contribute to the social inclusion of the most disadvantaged people, working with a comprehensive approach to the different dimensions of the phenomenon of social exclusion.

4th Arico Animal Friends Association. Non-profit organisation with the aim of rescuing animals from the street and giving them a shelter.

If you would like to participate with us in any of these solidarity activities
do not hesitate to contact us

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