For permanently caring for the communities where it operates, Cristália has focused part of its initiatives in the city of Itapira, where its industrial park is located. The company also supports a number of socio-cultural, health-related, educative, and sports-related entities, benefiting thousands of people living in the city.
Some entities supported by Cristália Laboratories include:
Operating in the city of Itapira for over 50 years, SEPIN provides care to about 100 children and teenagers, focusing social and cultural relationships, access to technology, and opportunities to take part of public life.
Present in Itapira for 43 years, APAE currently serves over 200 people, with activities associated to education and clinical care. In addition, the entity supports socio-educational and cultural empowerment, sports activities, digital inclusion, and labor market inclusion.
Since 2002, CAHEK provides care to visually impaired individuals of all ages living in the city of Itapira. The organization strives to provide improved social inclusion through social services, music, swimming, pedagogy, psychology, and occupational therapy.
For more than 70 years, this institution has been providing care to 80 children in the age group of 6-15 years, through judo, music and dance classes, basic circus activities, as well as digital inclusion.
185 colleagues work at Santa Casa, where over 3 thousand services are provided to the population of Itapira.
This entity is focused to train teenagers and young adults for labor market. They run a capacitation program, which counts on the support of 450 associates.
With the support of its colleagues, Cristália is an active player of social campaigns sponsored by the Social Fund to collect Winter clothing, personal care and cleaning items, toys, among others. In addition, every year, Cristália funds the acquisition of blankets for the Winter Campaign in the city.
Since 2008, Cristália has been contributing to Operação Sorriso in Brazil by donating anesthetics and anesthesia adjuvants for cleft lip and palate correction surgeries. The project counts on world's biggest medical volunteer organization, available to the population as a travelling service.