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Italy - Call for Regions 2020 - € 350,000

Italy - Call for Regions 2020 - € 350,000

Call for the Regions to support projects for children through the UniCredit Regions


In 2020, the UniCredit Foundation launched the second edition of "Call for the Regions" to support local initiatives for children throughout the Italian territory.


The Board of Directors of the UniCredit Foundation also allocated € 350,000 to launch the second edition of Call for Regions, aimed at supporting projects mainly presented by local associations and identified in collaboration with what are termed Regions (North West, Lombardy, North East, Centre North, Central, South and Sicily regions), the organizational structures of UniCredit.


Thanks to their presence on the territory, they are the entities best placed to understand the needs and sensitivities of the local communities in which the Group operates.

Indeed, the seven Regions played a fundamental role for the success of the initiative: they identified and proposed a shortlist of projects dedicated to children and adolescents (up to 18 years) to the UniCredit Foundation, paying particular attention to projects that represent the social priorities of the territories of reference most effectively and showing a greater capability to generate positive impact in the medium and long term. The Evaluation Commission appointed by the Foundation selected three/four initiatives for each Region, awarding them up to € 50,000 each.


The winning projects touch on different areas of intervention, but mainly focus on combating educational poverty, disability and social inclusion, as well as on supporting children living in the community.


Here below can be found a short description of each project, grouped by Region, supported by the UniCredit Foundation.


For further information contact UniCredit Foundation at the following email: