Conceived by UNIFESP (Federal University of São Paulo) clinics, the Quixote Project aims to assist children, adolescents and families living at risk.

In 2010, the General Center for the Tithe donated to the Project Quixote Support Association in São Paulo, a new headquarters.

On land donated by the city in the neighborhood of Vila Mariana, the General Center for the Tithe built a three-story building of approximately 1,500 m², distributed in various facilities: offices, nursery, vocational workshops, cafeteria, auditorium, library and a shop on the ground floor for the marketing of handicraft products made by project participants.

All dependencies were fitted and furnished according to the needs of each environment.