The Foundation LLYC, established in 2016, is a project of LLYC and its professionals, whose mission is to create social value through communication and transformative creativity based on the expertise of our professionals. The Foundation LLYC is a reality thanks to more than 1,100 professionals from LLYC and their strong commitment in the 12 countries where the company operates, to contribute with their knowledge to projects with a positive social impact in order to transform realities with their most creative ideas
Casa Frida is a safe space located in Mexico City, which carries out strategic work on the southern border strip, rescuing and providing housing, care and health attention, comprehensive accompaniment, and psychosocial services to LGBTIQ+ people fleeing extreme violence, persecuted and displaced by organized crime, migrants and/or asylum seekers in Mexico for humanitarian reasons, young people who are expelled from their homes because of their sexual orientation, identity and/or gender expression, including people with HIV and other key populations, as well as survivors of Efforts to Change Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity (ECOSIG).
The Hilario Galguera Gallery opened in Mexico City in 2006 as a space for discussion and promotion of contemporary Mexican and international art. Since then, it has exhibited and disseminated the work of artists characterized by relevant and complex proposals at a conceptual, social, political, and formal level, as well as by their rigor and aesthetic precision.
The machine room was conceived by Hilario Galguera in 2010 in Berlin, as a platform of unlimited possibilities, oriented to the inclusion of independent and experimental projects, for which the site or duration is determined based on the specific needs of each one.