The 10th edition of the Race against Gender Violence took place in Madrid on 2 July in person after three years of being held virtually due to the pandemic.
With the aim of demanding a society free of gender violence, Enagás employees and their families participated in the event, which drew over a thousand people.
The company has been participating in this race for 10 years to support projects and organisations that work to help victims and eradicate violence against women.
On this occasion, the funds collected were allocated to two organisations: the ANAR Foundation, which is responsible for managing the telephone service against gender-based violence towards minors throughout Spain. The second organisation is the Spanish Committee of Representatives of People with Disabilities (CERMI), which, among other things, works to fight gender-based violence in the field of disability.
Enagás is a member of the “Companies for a society free of gender-based violence” network and, as such, supports initiatives to raise public awareness of equality, respect for fundamental rights and the construction of a society free of violence against women.