Interstelar is a CHARITY focused on health and made up exclusively of volunteers. We do not have salaries and we maintain a simple but robust foundational structure.
Our last project
Health professionals passionate about sports and its benefits voluntarily organize virtual challenges specifically designed to boost the mental and physical health of its participants.
“Our objective is to Establish healthy routines such as physical activity and socialisation.”
INTERESTELAR TWALKING CHALLENGE (August 2020)
INTERESTELAR TWALKING RESOLUTIONS (January 2021)
INTERESTELAR TWALKING NATURE (MAY 2021)
INTERESTELAR TWALKING STEPS (December 2021-March 2022)
INTERESTELAR TWALKING ENFIELD (May 2022-July 2022)
We are committed to prevent two of the main threats challenging the health of our society: sedentary lifestyle and loneliness.
Clinical evidence shows that physical activity reduces the risk of long term chronic conditions such as type II diabetes, cardiovascular disease and cancer by up to 50%.
A daily walk is enough to reduce your risk of developing hazardous conditions such as dementia, depression, anxiety and stress, and it also improves sleep quality.
To have strong social relationships, where families, friends and communities support each other, protects people at greater risk of loneliness from being abused.
In INTERESTELAR we love to support health projects.
We stimulate creativity and leadership attitudes of carers, patients and health professionals.
We promote teamwork, exchange of knowledge and the benefit of overcoming challenges.
We support those situations that re-connect with the most human part of your profession and that help to redefine the purposes of life.
If you have a project in mind, we will help you implement it.
2012-2015-2018 Optometrist projects
2018- Hygiene and infection prevention Project
2015- Design your own clothes
2012- Family Planning Project
2020-2022- Interestelar Twalking Challenge
2016- Refugee project
2020- Face Mask
2019- Interestelar project
2018- Virus-Bacteria in The School
2020- Coercive control; The Invisible Abuse
2019- Mental Health project; a different approach
2018- Jugando a la vida (book)