The set of behaviors and patterns that govern a society. Within a culture, there is a rich diversity of elements that have an intrinsic value for development and social cohesion as well as for a better intellectual life. Oasis Foundation promotes a culture of values, community participation and volunteering, as well as programs for cultural expression and contact with academic research.

To contribute in strengthening the community through infrastructural improvements, activism, and social action programs; and to create coalitions among organizations, to work on programs and campaigns that join in a common cause.

A disability is the condition an individual with a physical, mental, intellectual or sensory impairment has, which affects how they fully interact in society, long or short term. FOA understands the importance of special attention and social reintegration for people with disabilities, as well as for their families. This is why they have created programs to take care of Oasis employees so they can have therapy to improve their own, or their family member's condition. Specialized associations are also supported through projects and campaigns to strengthen their structure, image and operation.

Considered by UNESCO as essential for human, social, and economic development, as well as a pillar to achieving a sustainable world. In that sense, the Oasis Foundation is interested in promoting the education of children by contributing with scholarships and giving additional support to children with academic excellence. Also, together with various academic institutions and other foundations, activities are carried out to improve educational facilities in the local community.

A state of wellbeing, and of physical and mental balance. Improving quality of life is an essential objective for Oasis, which is why FOA carries out awareness and disease prevention campaigns. Good habits are promoted through partnerships with specialized organizations. They also collaborate with organizations on events that help tackle child malnutrition.

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Culture

The set of behaviors and patterns that govern a society. Within a culture, there is a rich diversity of elements that have an intrinsic value for development and social cohesion as well as for a better intellectual life. Oasis Foundation promotes a culture of values, community participation and volunteering, as well as programs for cultural expression and contact with academic research.

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

To contribute in strengthening the community through infrastructural improvements, activism, and social action programs; and to create coalitions among organizations, to work on programs and campaigns that join in a common cause.

Disability

A disability is the condition an individual with a physical, mental, intellectual or sensory impairment has, which affects how they fully interact in society, long or short term. FOA understands the importance of special attention and social reintegration for people with disabilities, as well as for their families. This is why they have created programs to take care of Oasis employees so they can have therapy to improve their own, or their family member's condition. Specialized associations are also supported through projects and campaigns to strengthen their structure, image and operation.

Education

Considered by UNESCO as essential for human, social, and economic development, as well as a pillar to achieving a sustainable world. In that sense, the Oasis Foundation is interested in promoting the education of children by contributing with scholarships and giving additional support to children with academic excellence. Also, together with various academic institutions and other foundations, activities are carried out to improve educational facilities in the local community.

Health

A state of wellbeing, and of physical and mental balance. Improving quality of life is an essential objective for Oasis, which is why FOA carries out awareness and disease prevention campaigns. Good habits are promoted through partnerships with specialized organizations. They also collaborate with organizations on events that help tackle child malnutrition.

Oasis Foundation

The Oasis Foundation was founded on April 30th, 1998 as part of the ‘Oasis Social Commitment’, which aims to improve the quality of life of those in its community. It is an Oasis Hotels & Resorts social and community development organization.

Since its inception, it was created as a second-tier institution, that is to say, it works as a safety net that protects, unites, and connects other non-profit NGO's (non-governmental organizations) dedicated to serving certain sensitive issues in our community. FOA (Oasis Foundation) does not operate directly, their perspective is to help other organizations help others.

Sensitive issues, such as domestic violence, child malnutrition, and social integration of people with disabilities, have been covered through different programs.

There are five Strategic Pillars that regulate FOA in order to collaborate with local NGO's and to develop programs within Oasis hotels, these are: Culture, Community Development, Disability, Education and Health.

Thanks to the Oasis Foundation, abused women and children, domestic violence victims, children with malnutrition, children and teenagers with physical or mental disabilities, and students from low-income backgrounds are given support.