By law, 10% of the collected amount is designated to programs from the Society's Department of Social Welfare. It has four lines of action that seek to improve the quality of life of members and their families:
  • Individual and/or family education and counseling.
  • Welfare benefits, including comprehensive social security, subsidies for the non-pensioned, unemployment benefits, home health care, funeral benefits, maternity and paternity subsidies, and education subsidies.
  • Institutional Relations.
  • Training and Updates.