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In Italy we support people living in difficult social and economic conditions and help them create the opportunities that will ensure better living conditions both in the present and the future.

Backed by the bank's years of experience, the Fondazione Deutsche Bank Italia continues its social responsibility in Italy by supporting projects in various fields for people in need, alongside prestigious partners from the non-profit sector: the Italian Association for Williams Syndrome, to benefit children with that rare syndrome; Club ITACA Roma, who helps people with mental and physical disabilities and Theodora Onlus, that bring smiles to hospitalized children.

In addition, Deutsche Bank Italia promotes every year corporate volunteering activities that actively involves employees.  Find out more

Highlights
  • Theodora pic-nic

    2016 | Milan

    Fondazione Deutsche Bank Italia is one of the supporters of "Theodora pic-nic" in Milan, an important fundraising event for the Theodora ONLUS. more

  • Fighting against Food Poverty

    2016 | Milan

    For several years, Deutsche Bank has been collaborating with Banco Alimentare, aiming to recover and re-distribute food exceedings, through volunteering activities and the emission of our first Social Bond in Italy. more

  • Sant'Egidio in Rome

    2015 | Rome

    Since 2012, Fondazione Deutsche Bank Italia works together with Sant'Egidio Community to support the management and maintenance of a protected environment for some elderly people in Rome. more

  • Italian Association for Williams Syndrome

    2016 | Rome

    Thanks to Fondazione Deutsche Bank Italia contribution, young children affected by Williams Syndrome and their families have now a dedicated person to refer to. more

  • ITACA in Rome

    2015 | Rome

    Deutsche Bank supports ITACA Onlus, an association that aims to provide to those affected by mental disabilities the necessary tools and skills to become independent and be able to find their own way. more

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Last Update: November 21, 2016
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