The team is actively involved and provides financial and/or volunteer support to the following Onlus
(non-profit organizations). It is deemed essential for young people and adults alike a constant training in different areas.
Associazione Malati Reumatici Friuli Venezia Giulia
A.Ma.Re. FVG ONLUS, aderente all’Associazione Nazionale Malati Reumatici (ANMAR), è nata a Udine nell’agosto del 1984 per iniziativa di alcuni malati e loro familiari.
A.Ma.Re. FVG ONLUS opera per sensibilizzare le autorità sanitarie e politiche al fine di creare strutture sanitarie in grado di svolgere attività preventive, curative e riabilitative per il malato reumatico;
L’associazione PROGETTOAUTISMO FVG onlus, conta circa 300 iscritti di cui 100 famiglie con un caro affetto da sindrome autistica, Disturbi Pervasivi dello Sviluppo o Sindrome di Asperger dislocate su tutto il territorio della regione Friuli Venezia Giulia è iscritta al Registro Generale delle Associazioni del Volontariato del F.V.G. dal 03.06.2008 al n. 1040 e si è formata per aiutare ed accompagnare nel loro difficile compito di educatori i genitori di questi ragazzi speciali. Conta attualmente 37 volontari e molti amici sostenitori.
PROGETTO “Giorgiutti” – GRAZ (Austria)
Vuoi frequentare una scuola austriaca e vivere a contatto con i tuoi coetanei austriaci per qualche mese, migliorando in modo netto il tuo tedesco ed aprendoti al mondo? Questo è ciò che ti offre il progetto Giorgiutti. Questo progetto è nato grazie all’entusiasmo e alla generosità del dott.Alberto Giorgiutti , ex-studente del Marinelli che crede fermamente nella necessità per i nostri studenti di aprirsi al mondo esterno, in particolare a quello di lingua tedesca, importante per una regione come la nostra confinante con l’Austria e non così distante dalla Germania, motore trainante dell’economia europea.
Hospital “Maman Paola”
The small outpatient hospital “Maman Paola” is located in Kalenda (Republic of Congo). The management and administration of the small hospital are entrusted to Don Ilunga Mayamba, who with this medical facility wants to provide assistance to the poor population exposed to many diseases without the possibility of receiving care (the nearest hospital is 10 hours walking distance away). In particular, the hospital aims to assist women in labour in an area where often women and their babies die during childbirth. It also seeks to provide health education to help people prevent diseases or detect them at an earlier stage in order to seek treatment before it is too late. In practice, this hospital serves as a department of obstetrics and offers primary care for malaria, infections, intestinal worms, cough, fever, etc. This facility represents a real hope for thousands of poor people neglected by the big hospitals in the cities. Since it was built, it has been possible to significantly reduce the mortality of pregnant women and their infants.
Casa famiglia della Provvidenza “Villa Santina” of Faedis, Udine, a foster home for children and mothers and fathers with children.
The Foster Home “Padre Luigi”, which for many years was in Via S. Giustina, Udine, has since February 2008 been relocated to a new facility in Faedis, a village a few kilometres from Udine, on the Friuli hills. The educational activities, addressed mainly to smaller children, are supervised by nuns, while a committee is responsible for its administration.
It is fundamental for the educational program the cooperation of the community, both in terms of public and private support, such as volunteers and families willing to offer accommodation. As part of the same charitable organisation there is a second home in Via Bariglaria, Udine, where a nun works with non-religious people for fostering mothers and their children.
Foster homes “Case Famiglie della Provvidenza” in India
2005. In east Kolkata (India), there is this foster home hosting girls aged 3 to 9 years old coming from the street, as if it were a large family where the nuns become for them the Mothers who help them grow and educate them until they reach sufficient autonomy.
The home, which in Hindi is called “Sanjeevani Sadan”, has a meaningful name: “Providence Home”.
Promotion of the Archaeological Campaign by the University of Udine in Syria and Iraq
First research campaign of “The Land of Nineveh Archaeological Project”, coordinated by the University of Udine and funded by the Friuli-Venezia Giulia Region-Informest, the Province of Udine and the Foreign Ministry.
Syria relives the royal palace of Qatna thanks to University of Udine
The most famous duo in innovative classical music has been launched worldwide with a tour with the London Symphony Orchestra and other leading world orchestras
Sponsor of the Theatre “Giovanni da Udine”
The new theatre “Giovanni da Udine”, opened in 1997, is a large modern building owned by the Municipality of Udine and managed by the Foundation “Fondazione Teatro Nuovo Giovanni da Udine”, whose participating bodies are the Municipality, the Province of Udine and the Friuli-Venezia Giulia Region. It contains a large hall for events and meetings of the Friulian community, and it is equipped with all modern facilities and ancillary installations.
Sponsor of the “Piccolo Festival del Friuli-Venezia Giulia” (Small Festival of Friuli Venezia Giulia)
“An art theatre for everyone with a mixed repertoire: international, but at the same time tied to its roots”.
Manifesto of the Piccolo Teatro Foundation, Milan 1947
The Festival, organised by the Cultural Association “Piccolo Festival del Friuli-Venezia Giulia”, was founded in 2007 as part of the Integrated Projects for Culture promoted by the Autonomous Friuli-Venezia Giulia Region.
Sponsors of the restructuring of the path of the Monte Pellegrino Lussari (Tarvisio)
The Mount Lussari is a jewel of incomparable beauty, from here you can admire a beautiful natural setting of soaring and majestic peaks. In addition to being a place of natural interest, it is also a Shrine , the Shrine that unites the ethnic group Slavic , Italian and German.