Pepita Perich ends more than 40 years as the head of management of the Ramon Noguera Foundation


After 40 years of dedication at the head of the Foundation's management, Pepita Perich closes a period of constant change and growth that has positioned the Foundation as a reference entity rooted in the territory. Pepita retires and cedes her position to Marina Molina. Even so, she is not going far, it is unthinkable that she will disassociate herself from the Foundation , and she will become part of the Board of Trustees as vice president.

Pepita Perich and Salvi Amagat: a transformative alliance

Pepita Perich has left a deep mark on the organization. Under his direction, the organization has grown exponentially, going from supporting itself with charity to having more than 20 care and service centers. With a constant vision and determination, it has consolidated the Foundation as a benchmark in the care and support of people with intellectual disabilities and their families in Girona and the Gironès.

His vision and leadership have been key to transforming the original association, founded in 1965 by a group of parents, into a modern and efficient Foundation able to adapt to the changes and needs of society. Although Pepita is retiring, he will continue to offer his experience and wisdom to ensure a smooth transition "I have decided to leave the day-to-day management, but I will continue to collaborate to contribute my vision and strategy in the future of the entity" .

From charity to the social integration of people with intellectual disabilities

With minimal resources in its beginnings, with only the Rectory of Sarrià de Dalt and the Mater Dei Special Education School (the current CEE Font de l'Abella), the evolution that the organization has had is clear at present.

In the last 40 years, it has gone from having minimal resources from charity to managing more than 20 centers in Girona and the Gironès, with 437 workers and serving more than 2,000 users. Currently the Ramon Noguera Foundation Group, established in 1995, is made up of the Montilivi Foundation, the Ramon Noguera Foundation and the Mas Xirgu Foundation and has:

· 10 homes.

· 3 day centers for adults.

· 3 centers for children.

· 3 Special Work Centers.

· An Orientation and Employment Center.

· And two future projects such as the day center in C/Saragossa and the residence in Sant Daniel.

This would not have been possible without the efficiency and effectiveness with which the organization has been governed since 1984, when Pepita Perich began to collaborate actively with Salvi Amagat, president of the Ramon Noguera Foundation.

Our mission remains focused on improving the quality of life of people with intellectual disabilities and we work every day with the same vision that Ramon Noguera had.

2024: Future, leadership and commitment

She is replaced by Marina Molina, who has been part of the Foundation since 2015. A political scientist by training, Marina has been working steadfastly for years to guarantee the rights and opportunities of people with intellectual disabilities, first as a project technician and since 2021 as assistant to management.

We will not describe it to you, but we will use the words of Salvi Amagat, president of the Board of Trustees, "he has been working with us for nine years and meets the conditions and value necessary to occupy this position" and "he has the support total of the Board of Trustees" .

The Navy aims to continue strengthening the positive impact that the Foundation currently has, promoting its services and finding new ways to guarantee and improve the quality of life and the rights of people with intellectual disabilities in society.

*The Ramon Noguera Foundation is a social initiative organization that supports people with intellectual disabilities and their families in Girona and the Gironès region. Founded in 1965 by a group of parents of disabled people who aimed to provide services to their children that did not exist at the time. First under the leadership of Ramon Noguera, and then Salvi Amagat, the organization has grown to become a fundamental pillar of support for people with intellectual disabilities and their families.

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