Of the Comunità Aurora in Turin, which houses Italian mothers and children in severe poverty and unaccompanied foreign minors
Of the Tempo per l’Infanzia day centre in Milan, which supports families referred by social services preventing early school leaving and responding to emergency needs
Of the Ain Karim group home in Rome, which welcomes children, teenagers and mothers who have suffered family violence, poverty, exclusion, loneliness and exploitation
Due its multidimensional nature, when we speak about poverty, we cannot only refer to a shortage of income, but, especially in terms of children, we must also mention health, educational and relationship poverty.
The Francesca Rava Foundation helps disadvantaged children in Italy and across the world through long-distance adoptions, projects, awareness activities about children’s rights and volunteering.
In Italy, it also represents the international humanitarian organisation N.P.H. – Nuestros Pequeños Hermanos, which has saved orphaned and abandoned children in Latin America for over 60 years, and the St. Luke Foundation in Haiti, which helps people suffering from poverty through charitable work and community development.
Read this article to discover how
the collaboration between
the Kairos Group and the Francesca Rava Foundation began.
This project of solidarity is part of the EnSiGn “responsible initiatives” by Kairos,
which the Group is pursuing for a wider-ranging commitment while also firmly believing
that small steps lead to a better future.