24 April 2020

Thanks to Carlo and Marcello for their special gift

We would like to publicly give a heart-felt thanks to Carlo Porzi and Marcello Evangelisti, two UMBRAGROUP employees who have chosen to donate their holiday hours to the Valter Baldaccini Foundation.

In a complex moment for everyone, Carlo and Marcello’s gesture is another precious gift that allows us to continue supporting and being close to people in difficulty.

We want to reiterate that the Foundation has not stopped humanitarian and social projects in recent weeks.Together with Luca, Mauro, Joab, Sister Federica, Joan and all the other activity coordinators we are rethinking the ways to support those who are most fragile and to activate new forms of support for those in difficulty.

Thanks to Marcello, Carlo and all the people around us. The Foundation supports those who need it most even in this moment of adversity, helping those who, because of the crisis, found themselves without an income and need concrete help in shopping, buying basic necessities or paying utilities.

We would have liked to publish a photograph of Carlo and Marcello together with us, wrapped in a warm embrace, but at this moment we can’t do it. We promised to do it as soon as possible.

Visit the page with all the ways to support the Foundation and help those who need it most.

Everything will work out, thanks to you!



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