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Fuensocial Fuengirola has a computer room thanks to the IDILIQ Foundation and its volunteers.

Representatives of both groups together with the mayoress of Fuengirola, Ana Mula, and the councillor and provincial deputy, Francisco José Martín, attended the inauguration of this new room where workshops will be given to the users of the centre.

For several months, volunteers from the IDILIQ Foundation have been working on the wiring of both mains and electricity to adapt the space. In addition, the Mijas-based organisation has donated 14 fully equipped and updated computers, as well as office desks. In addition, the room has WiFi.

The president of the IDILIQ Foundation, Juan Miguel Marcos, expressed his satisfaction with this project which involved many hours of work by the volunteers who make up the ICT department of the company: “It is a privilege to be able to help in this initiative that will serve to familiarise users with the use of new technologies. Although we are in Mijas, for us, Fuengirola is part of our heart and whenever we can, we will be there to collaborate with the Town Hall on the social causes that we are interested in.”

For his part, the vice president of Fuensocial, Daniel Vallecillos, thanked the IDILIQ Foundation for making a very exciting project a reality for the users. Specifically, the planned programme aims to promote communication and the cognitive system, learn how to use the most necessary tools, surf the internet, and encourage research skills, curiosity and creativity, among others.

In this sense, the mayoress of Fuengirola, Ana Mula, has highlighted the incredible work done by Fuensocial, a group that serves 700 users and that was born from the collaboration of mothers and fathers of people with functional diversity or at risk of suffering it with the support of Fuengirola Town Hall.