The purpose of the Puig Foundation, based on its values and forward-looking approach, is to support culture and knowledge, as well as promote innovative and creative initiatives capable of leaving a positive mark on society.
The Board of Trustees is the Foundation’s highest governing and representative body. It is responsible for fulfilling the Foundation’s mission and diligently managing the goods and rights that make up the Foundation’s assets.
The Puig Foundation is committed to change, guided by four main pillars: supporting, promoting, training, and recognizing those bold and critical local and global initiatives that can bring about change in society.
The mezzo-soprano Carmen Artaza, aged 25 and born in Donostia-San Sebastián, has won first prize in the 58th edition of the Viñas International Tenor Singing Contest, offered by the Puig Foundation and the Gran Teatre del Liceu Foundation.
The 15 projects selected for the Puig Invisible Beauty Makers program respond to the needs of the United Nations 2030 Agenda.
More than 2,200 employees at Puig participated in the selection of projects for this edition.
This 6th edition of the program is the most international, online and participatory to date.