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These initiatives offer protection for those who find themselves in difficulty,
either in a social or personal context, providing psychological support and assistance.
Thanks to the project started by Soleterre, which offers economic assistance to the families of children fighting against cancer, families can support themselves and minimize additional stressors during their child's treatment.
Milan (from 2018 until today)
Associazione IRENE and SPAZIO3R+, the “Riciclo Ricucio Riuso” (Recycle, Re-sew, Reuse) initiative was created as a four-month instructional sewing workshop for unemployed women.
Milan (from 2014)
Cerchi d’Acqua Onlus
A project that supports women who have been subjected to violence offering paths to work through the trauma, vocational guidance, collection initiatives and data processing with a guarantee of confidentiality, anonymity and non-judgment.
Seveso (from 2016)
'Ventiduesimo anno' is a project aimed at supporting young women who are legally protected as minors and approaching the age of majority by facilitating this transition from a social and professional standpoint. N.A.T.U.R.&. Onlus offers women who have turned 22 (the age limit for the protection of minors in Italy) the opportunity to carry out a paid internship once they have left the Casa Aperta (“Open House”) group home.
Seveso (from 2014)
A project aimed at updating and furnishing a part of the Villa Dho in Seveso, which houses and fosters adolescent children at risk of social marginalization. Minors remain until they are 18 years old, at max until they are 21.
Milan (from 2016)
The Travelling without suitcases initiative aims to counter the feelings of abandonment and isolation that disabled children and their families may experience. Every day, the L'Abilità Onlus charity prepares suitcases - a series of essential services that offer concrete solutions to specific needs, particularly for children from 0 to 6 years old.
Ronda della Carità e Solidarietà Onlus
Every day, a group of 5 or 6 volunteers takes a van around Milan to distribute food, water and basic items to the homeless as part of a project called From evening to morning for re-integration.
Milan, Consorzio Cascina Molino San Gregorio
This converted farmhouse is being restored to serve as an events location, a place for social vegetable gardens, cultural activities and as a group home for the elderly. Four non-profit organizations, which already work within Lambro park, have promoted the structural and functional restoration of the Molino San Gregorio farmhouse to transform it into an authentic living space in order to bring back the spirit of community.
Ristoro nell’orto promotes the creation of an urban vegetable garden within Cascina Bellaria (a converted farmhouse) and an outdoor eating area with a glass greenhouse. The garden was designed to provide fresh produce to the restaurant, but above all, to start up an educational laboratory that collaborates with disabled persons.
Mission Bambini Onlus
A project aimed at supporting the housing and integration of mothers with children (from 6 months to 3 years old) through a daycare service and support.
TRANSPORTATION FOR THE DISABLED
TRANSPORTATION FOR THE DISABLED
Peschiera Borromeo (2014)
Alboran Cooperativa Sociale
A project with the aim of purchasing cars that are equipped for the disabled. The objective is to facilitate transportation for hospital visits, health treatments, attending socio-educational-assistance centers or protected workshops for the disabled.