This is the second year in a row that Andamur and Fundación Jesús Abandonado have signed a collaboration agreement for Andamur to provide the community kitchen with all the bread consumed during the month of May. Therefore, as part of our CSR programme #WeLookAfterWhatMatters, a group of Andamur employees have participated as volunteers at the Community Kitchen at Murcia City Centre for one day.

Miguel Ángel López, Andamur CEO, has explained that “this year, we wanted our team to visit the facilities of this Foundation so that they could see with their own eyes the great social work that is carried out there on a daily basis”. 

The Andamur team visited the day centre, listened to the experience of a former Foundation user and participated in the kitchen service where meals were served to more than 300 people in one and a half hours.

For his part, José Moreno, chairman of the Foundation, has spoken about the importance of collaborating with regional companies such as Andamur, “it is very useful and necessary”, to cover the amount of a basic service like bread in this case, “and to know, in this day of corporate volunteerism, the reality of the people we pay attention to”. 

With this kind of actions, Andamur shows its commitment to institutions like Fundación Jesús Abandonado, which actively contribute to social causes. 

Together with this action, in Andamur we are giving bread for free in four of six of our own stations (Lorca, El Límite, San Román and Guarroman) on Tuesdays and Thursdays in the month of May to those vehicles refuelling more than 30 litres.