We strengthen and create new alliances with global organizations

We establish strategic alliances with important global institutions for the expansion of Fundación Televisa and for the development of new support programs that benefit you and your family.

These alliances are the result of our efforts in the media and the hard work we do year after year. The synergy we have consolidated is what has allowed us to connect wills and build bridges to better opportunities.

With BID LAB and DEV.F we launched the Bécalos Tech Challenge to support 500 young people between the ages of 18 and 30 to learn data science and programming.

In alliance with L’Oréal México we launched the BécALAS campaign to promote the leadership of university women enrolled in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) programs. We benefited close to 2,000 women with scholarships, the BeLEAD workshop, and the Tecnolochicas program.

In Mexico City, together with the Federal Education Authority of the CDMX, we increased the number of schools where the program is implemented, with the support of UNETE. Meanwhile, the educational authorities of the State of Mexico, Campeche, Sonora, and Zacatecas placed their trust in us by training 500 teachers who implemented the program in their communities

On the other hand, international organizations such as the Inter-American Development Bank (BIID), Sura, CODE, and Microsoft contributed to Compu Cuantrix

In 2016, Fundación Televisa partnered with the Bezos Family Foundation to develop short videos with practical tips within Empieza Temprano. Since then, each year, the program uses VROOM's content and communication approach across multiple media platforms (television, cable, print, outdoor, social media) to inspire and empower millions of families across Mexico.

The relationship with the Festival Internacional Cervantino dates back for many years and having the possibility of resuming this alliance allows us to reopen a channel for the transmission of our contents and to continue collaborating in future editions, promoting the research of our Collection and Archive.

In a historic moment for Grupo Televisa, whose objective is to generate content for Latino communities in the United States, we have partnered with the Museo de la Academia de Artes y Ciencias Cinematográficas. This allows us to make national cinema and our film archive known to a wide variety of audiences and to be associated with a like-minded institution that could become a possible venue for future projects.

The joint work with GNP Seguros has allowed the program to form alliances with 20 non-governmental organizations, supporting a total of 18 causes including health, education, women's empowerment, and reforestation, thus providing new opportunities to thousands of Mexicans every year.

In addition to direct support, our partner GNP Seguros is in charge of disseminating the program's messages and achievements internally in its corporate offices and externally through TV results campaigns.

The Posible EdoMéx initiative included a call for proposals, cooperatives, and a women's event. Our main allies were the Instituto Mexiquense del Emprendedor and the Secretaría de Desarrollo Económico del Estado, Nacional Monte de Piedad, the Subsecretaría de Educación Media Superior del EdoMéx, Citi Banamex, Conalep, UAEM and the Secretaría de Desarrollo Social.

In the Nuevo León initiative, our allies were made up of our board of donors, who participated as individuals, Izzi, Infosys, the Instituto de Innovación y Transferencia Tecnológica de Nuevo León, Fundación Alfa, Fundación Mano Amiga and Boys and Girls Club of Nuevo León.

Once again, our alliance with Grupo Bimbo has allowed us to continue reaching out to Spanish-speaking teachers and parents to discuss values and social-emotional skills. This year, together with them, we created Semillero de Valores, a space where we developed 37 notes.