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14 February, 2024

MARNYS celebrates its second Solidarity Valentine's Day

  • Through the sale of plants among all employees and collaborators, the company has raised funds for the ASTRAPACE association.
  • The positive response to last year's initiative has encouraged the continuity of this action, which is part of the 'MARNYS Community' Corporate Social Responsibility program.

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MARNYS – Martínez Nieto S.A celebrates Valentine's Day once again in the most charitable way by raising funds for the ASTRAPACE association through the sale of plants among all its employees and collaborators.

The initiative 'Solidarity Valentine's Day' was launched last year to support the projects carried out by the Association for the Treatment of People with Cerebral Palsy and Related Pathologies. Thanks to the positive response, the company has decided to repeat the action, this time with the charitable sale of plants such as succulents, rosemary, oregano, and other aromatic varieties.

"Through these initiatives, we seek to support the ASTRAPACE organization among all of us who are part of MARNYS - Martínez Nieto S.A. so that they can continue their essential work in the inclusion and improvement of the quality of life for people with cerebral palsy, intellectual disabilities, developmental disorders, autism spectrum disorders, and related pathologies," explains Lourdes López, the company's CSR responsible. "After the experience of last year, it has been very emotional to see that our employees and collaborators are participating again in actions as beautiful as this, not only adding value to February 14 but also fostering good relationships, recognition, and gratitude among colleagues," López adds.

This "II Solidarity Valentine's Day" is part of the company's Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) program called 'MARNYS Community', dedicated to supporting the most disadvantaged groups and promoting equal opportunities and socio-labor integration.

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