The La Nau Civic Association was born in 1998, due to the social concerns of a group of people motivated to launch initiatives that would help groups at risk of social exclusion. It is a bank of non-food products that collects surplus production from companies, primarily personal hygiene, home cleaning, clothing, shoes or household accessories. All of this is distributed among social organizations that work with vulnerable people or people at risk of social exclusion. In 2006 it was declared a public utility entity.
Sometimes solidarity causes like Nau’s, less visible and perhaps less known, help us understand the need to participate with them.
At Tecno Spuma we always like to share and participate with this type of entities and make it visible as much as possible.