A more just world – Social Projects

These are the NGOs with which Pia Barcelona collaborates. If you like it, thank you for collaborating. They need you!


Happy Stones is a social jewelry brand created by Pia Amat to promote solidarity, because simple actions in our daily lives can lead to changes around us and in this way all together and for everybody to a better world.

With the purchase of each Happy Stones bracelet delivers 10% of NGOs, thereby supporting the daily work of these extraordinary people scattered all over the world who give their lives to relieve the suffering of those living in extreme poverty.

Happy Stones

Emalaikat - Social Projects Pia Barcelona


Emalaikat was founded in 2009 and is a non-profit foundation dedicated to supporting the integral development of people, through water-related projects such as the creation and development of sustainable aquifer resources and other projects related to health, food security and education, especially in arid and semi-arid areas of the planet such as Ethiopia, South Sudan, Kenya and Malawi.

We have been collaborating with Emalaikat since 2016 and today in 2022 we have made 15 water wells in Ethiopia, and they have inspired me to create the Water collection, because without water there is no life.



Petit Món is a non-profit private organization that was recently set up in order to improve the quality of life of the most needy groups in society, with the express aim of giving them a better future. One of our core values is solidarity.

As human beings, we have a natural ability to unite together and fight for a common cause. This, combined with empathy and compassion, helps to make such a fight successful

Petit Món


Trees for the Future is an agroforestry charity. Agroforestry intentionally combines agriculture and forestry to create integrated and sustainable land-use systems. They don’t just plant trees for their ecological benefits, but to benefit people in need. Trees and shrubs are planted near crops and/or livestock, to the benefit of all.

As part of our partnership with Threes for the Future, with each jewel sold a tree will be planted in Africa.

Trees For The Future

Do you want to know how many trees we have planted already? 

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The Enriqueta Villavecchia is a non-profit private foundation for pediatric oncology. It seeks to improve the quality of life of children, young adults with cancer, and to help the families resident in Catalonia. The Foundation is active in all Catalan hospitals that operate pediatric oncological unit.

Enriqueta Villavecchia Foundation


Creative Handicrafts was created in 1984 by the missionary Isabel Martín Alonso in Bombay. It aims at empowering women and children. Working for and with women educated in the production of creative and useful crafts.Managingself-employment them inside and outside the cooperative. Training is completed with health and legal issues that help develop the community.

Creative Handicrafts


The Foundation rooted in the neighborhoods of Verdum-Roquetas de Barcelona, works with people, children, youth and families who are most vulnerable. Develops and leads projects of social and educational activities, giving an integrated assistance that promotes socialization and reduce inequality of opportunity.

Pare Manel


Doctors Without Borders is an international medical humanitarian organization that assists disadvantaged populations and victims of disasters and armed conflicts, regardless of race, religion or political ideology.

Doctors without Borders


We are part of the Slow Shop collective, movement that works to publicize small businesses that identify and make unique cities. Invites you to stroll, look, inspire and enjoy the most charming shops from Barcelona. Shops that make the difference, cared and with heart, where it attends like in the past, with dedication and affection.



Siddhartha is one of the projects of Songtsen dedicated to the help of children in need, particularly children in the Himalayan regions, with the creation of schools and orphanages. Its aim is to give them access to an education within the environment of their own cultural and spiritual traditions: providing with schooling while allowing and encouraging them to retain their own cultural identity.