Social commitment is the reason for being, the meaning and the fundamental constant of this entity.
Approaching the Vinjoy Foundation, its history and present, implies being immersed in an institution defined in practice by three essential characteristics: social commitment, advanced socio-educational intervention and being an Asturian entity.
The activity of the Foundation has always been linked to the groups and situations that required and required social action solidarity.
It was, in its previous eras, Orphan Asylum, the College of the Deaf and the Center for Integral Intervention of Deafness.
Currently, his General Intervention Project also covers The Integral Intervention in Deafness where it is a national reference, the Intervention in Intellectual Disability and the Intervention in groups in serious social and personal conflict.
The second feature is the option for advanced socio-educational intervention, acting as an effective response to social needs.
Finally, the third essential characteristic is its condition of knowing the social institution of Asturias, recognized and loved by this people. Today this historical social recognition is maintained, largely due to the results obtained and the task developed in recent years.