Aportem-Puerto Solidario Valencia, an altruistic entity focused on enhancing Corporate Social Responsibility in the Valencian port community and its environment, and of which Boluda Corporación Marítima is a founding partner.
Since its founding, Aportem has carried out several solidarity campaigns aimed at schools and institutions located in the environment of the port of Valencia. Through the collaboration of professionals from the sector, it has obtained several thousand items of personal and household hygiene, as well as clothing and household items.
The company has also collaborated on initiatives with different companies and institutions, such as blood donation campaigns, the preparation of calendars to raise funds for Haiti, the organization of visits to the port for the families of professionals working in the sector, fund-raising for “Casa Caridad”, and collaboration on the Red Cross Gold Fund-raising Draw.
The Global Compact is a United Nations (UN) initiative which Boluda Corporación Marítima adopted in 2012. Through this commitment, the company undertakes to implement, as part of its strategy and activity, the ten principles of action related to human and labour rights, the environment and the fight against corruption.
Boluda Corporación Marítima is committed to compliance with the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
The private Women For Africa Foundation (Fundación Mujeres Por África), created with the aim of becoming a domestic and international reference, is committed to sustainable economic and social development, human rights, peace, justice and the dignity of people, and most especially to that of the women and girls of Africa.
The Foundation aims to continue the work carried out during the “Women for a Better World” meetings, consolidating social models that dignify the lives of women and enable the sustainable development of the continent.
The Valencia Foundation for Advanced Studies is a non-profit organization created in 1978 with the aim of promoting scientific research and development in Spain, bringing together scientific and business entities to collaborate on studies and research projects. HM the King is the Honoury Chair.
The Foundation has pioneered the celebration and consolidation of leading initiatives on a scientific level, organizing multiple outreach activities. In order to institutionalize the Awards, in 1996 the Valencia Regional Government and the Valencia Foundation for Advanced Studies created the King Jaime I Awards Foundation, responsible for the largest economic awards granted in Spain. The Foundation’s jury is composed largely of Nobel prize winners.
Since 2012, the Valencia Foundation for Advanced Studies has been chaired by Vicente Boluda. In 2015, his chairmanship was extended for a further 4 years.