Deutsche Bank Italy in partnership with the charity organisations Fondazione con il Sud and A Ruota Libera Assocation have launched the Napoli LaborArt project, which aims to provide support to children and families living in Naples' most disadvantaged neighbourhoods.
Flavio Valeri, CCO Deutsche Bank Italy, Carlo Borgomeo, Head of Fondazione con il Sud, and Luca Trapanese from A Ruota Libera, in the presence of the city's Cardinal Crescenzio Sepe, announced on October 25 the Napoli LaborArt project, in which Deutsche Bank is providing EUR 200,000 of funding to support the 'Casa di Tonia' (Tonia's House) programme for three years. The programme, set up by the Naples Diocese, provides shelter to six women and their children, as well as a day nursery, a social services centre and educational facilities to poor families.
Napoli LaborArt is part of the new city-wide charity initiative, Naples Jubilee, promoted by Cardinal Sepe and the Naples Diocese, which aims to provide support to Naples' poor and unemployed population.
Reinforcing the Bank's continued commitment to social charity projects, the Napoli LaborArt project aims to give children from Naples' most impoverished neighbourhoods opportunities for personal and educational development, and provide disadvantaged families access to services and community support networks, which may otherwise experience social or financial exclusion.