i) Remunerations to collaborators in humanitarian or social assistance activities
Work income is considered to be the remuneration received by those who collaborate in humanitarian or social assistance activities promoted by non-profit entities.
Social assistance should be understood as "the set of actions and activities developed by the Public Sector or by private Entities or persons outside the framework of Social Security, allocating economic, personal or organizational means to address, fundamentally, states of need and other shortcomings." certain groups (the elderly, minors and young people, ethnic minorities, drug addicts, refugees and asylum seekers, etc.) or other people in a state of need, marginalization or social risk.”