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Initiatives and projects

GOAL 2: End hunger, achieve food security and improved nutrition, and promote sustainable agriculture

Pane Quotidiano ONLUS is a secular, apolitical and non-profit organisation founded in Milan in 1898 with the aim of providing food every day, free of charge, to the poorest sections of the population and to anyone vulnerable and in need, without distinction. 

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Molinari Agostinelli supports Pane Quotidiano financially in its commitment to providing essential foodstuff to those in need, every day and free of charge.

GOAL 3: Ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages

Yuki is an initiative established “by and between” a set of sport-loving, socially-conscious friends who believe that sport can break down barriers, build trust, and be socially inclusive. A passion for sport, personal experience, know-how, and close sports ties have resulted in an initial idea, born as a simple conversation, being transformed into Yuki.

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Molinari Agostinelli supports the Yuki project, the aim of which is to promote an informed use of video games at the San Paolo Hospital in Milan to convey a sense of normality to long-term patients.

Comitato Maria Letizia Verga is a volunteer organisation founded in 1979 that brings together parents, volunteers, friends, supporters, researchers, doctors and health professionals to improve the overall quality of life of children and youths suffering from blood cancers and complex metabolic and genetic diseases.

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For years Molinari Agostinelli has been taking part in the non-competitive relay race of the Milan Marathon to raise funds for the projects of Comitato Maria Letizia Verga.

GOAL 15: Protect, restore and promote sustainable use of terrestrial ecosystems

Forestami is a project promoted by the Metropolitan City of Milan, the Municipality of Milan, the Regional Council of Lombardy, Parco Nord Milano, Parco Agricolo Sud Milano, ERSAF (Regional Agency for Agricultural and Forestry) and Fondazione di Comunità Milano, which involves the planting of 3 million trees by 2030 in order to clean the air, improve living conditions in the wider area of the city of Milan, and counter the effects of climate change. This project is the outcome of the research carried out by the Politecnico di Milano and the support of Fondazione Falck and FS Sistemi Urbani. Close collaboration between all the promoters has made it possible to achieve a strategic view on the role of greenery in the metropolitan area of Milan and to start a process of registering, enhancing and implementing all green infrastructures with trees, in order to promote urban forestry projects and policies as well as the construction of a Metropolitan Park in Milan.

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Molinari Agostinelli financially supports the implementation of the project to enhance the city’s green heritage and to promote inclusion and social cohesion through Community projects for the redevelopment of the suburbs’ green areas.

GOAL 16: Peace, justice and strong institutions

Pro Bono Italia is the first non-profit association of lawyers, practitioners, law firms and forensic associations for the promotion of a pro bono culture throughout Italy. It is an independent, apolitical, non-partisan and non-profit association established to foster a cultural and juridical environment conducive to the development and dissemination of pro bono services within the Italian legal system. To this end, Pro Bono Italia has established and cultivates a constant dialogue with the international community engaged in developing and implementing activities with a social impact.

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Molinari Agostinelli collaborates actively with Pro Bono Italia, providing free legal assistance to non-profit organisations and disadvantaged people, and helping to ensure equal access to justice.