Fundo ZL aims to support small and micro-enterprises in the eastern region of São Paulo through partnerships, management support, training and financial investments. It counts on the participation of local leaders, public and private enterprises, as well as an association with Instituto Alana and Fundação Tide Setúbal.
The Slow Kids movement advocates slowing down children’s routines and valuing free time in childhood. Co-produced by Instituto Alana and the producer Respire Cultura, its first edition was held in 2013, in Parque da Água Branca, in São Paulo. In 2014, Slow Kids came to the Museu da Casa Brasileira. Together, parents and children enjoyed a day with lots of play, outdoor cinema, picnics, music and workshops.