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Italveneta's commitment to others

Italveneta is a company established in 1978 and since then the owners have done their utmost to help others.

As they believe in the importance of solidarity and the centrality of educational experiences through play, they have supported over the years many social projects and donated generously toys and teaching materials for different initiatives, including:

  • Project "A TOY FOR A CHILDREN SMILE" 2012: to support two missions of Civil Protection for Afghans and Lebanese children.
  • “PEPITA IN EMILIA”: summer activities for children victims of the 2012 earthquake in Emilia
  • Preschool Prestine (BS)
  • Preschool “Le Matite” (PG)
  • MIRABABYFEST (FE): fundraising for educational materials for schools devastated by the 2012 earthquake in Emilia
  • Preschool San Felice sul Panaro (MO): fundraising for the reconstruction of the school after the earthquake of 2012
  • Preschool “Marco Polo” Milan
  • LILT Italian association for the fight against cancer
  • “SANTA MONICA” ASSOCIATION (CN): to help children with serious genetic diseases
  • ANT FOUNDATION (BO): to support cancer patients
  • MALAGUTTI ASSOCIATION (MN): committed to promote children's rights 
  • "BAMBINOPOLI 2013" (BO): this event is dedicated to children and takes place in the city center of Vignola

The commitment continues and it is rewarded with the photographs of smiling faces of children playing with Italveneta products as well as many brightly coloured drawings sent by grateful children.

OUR HEARTFELT THANKS TO EVERYONE!

 Prestine preschool Pepita for Emilia  "Le Matite" Preschool   Pepita for Emilia "Le Matite" Preschool   Lega Italiana Lotta Tumori
Thanks from Vignola          

 

THE PROJECTS WE SUPPORTED:

"A TOY FOR A CHILDREN SMILE” 2012 Project

23-03-2012
"... projects that come from the shared will to do everything possible to help unlucky children, with the belief that even small gestures of solidarity worth a thousand words."

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