There are many national and international foundations that over the course of time have supported INTERSOS’s activities in Italy and abroad.
Foundations can support INTERSOS in a variety of ways, depending on their particulars: direct funding of a project in a specific area of intervention, management consulting, corporate volunteering, and the development of tools to help improve the impact of our humanitarian activities. Each of these paths generates positive social value that contributes to the humanitarian cause.
Development of tools
An exchange is established between the Supporting Foundations and INTERSOS: the Foundations have the opportunity to bring their aid to the front line in the emergency scenarios we operate in, and in addition to receiving direct support, INTERSOS has the opportunity to interact
with entities of a high technological and managerial level, giving new strength to its projects.
Mutual growth arises naturally from this exchange. The crossing point of the collaborations comes from sharing humanitarian values and from the desire to have an active and concrete role to play in helping people in danger, victims of wars, violence and natural disasters.
A SINCERE THANK YOU TO THOSE
WHO HAVE ALREADY SUPPORTED INTERSOS
In 2018 Kahane Foundation funded INTERSOS’ Mobile Clinic to offer primary health care in Foggia Area, to assist agricultural workers in the area.
Since 2014, the NEPF Foundation has supported our A28 Nocturnal Centre for Unaccompanied Minors in Rome. In 2017, A28 Centre became INTERSOS24, a new space to assist unaccompanied minors through a safe place during the night and with health and psychosocial activities during the day.
Through the 8x1000 contribution, the Waldensian Board supported our education in emergencies in the South Sudan refugee camps, a social health support project for refugees stuck in Greece since 2016, and at the same time the Rome A28 Centre for MSNAs (Unaccompanied Foreign Minors). In 2017 Waldensian Church supported: new opening of INTERSOS24, Centre 24/7 for unaccompanied minors in Rome, the protection program against gender base violence in RDC and the Wash Program in Lebanon to assist syrian refugees and host communities.
The Ikea Foundation supported INTERSOS by furnishing the Rome A28 Night Centre for Unaccompanied Foreign Minors in Transit in 2011 and 2016. In 2017, it chose to be alongside INTERSOS again by funding the new 24/7 Centre for Unaccompanied Foreign Minors of Torre Spaccata
Amaris Foundation supported INTERSOS in Nigeria in 2017, on our Nutrition Program in Bama area, to treat severe and acute maltrution cases.
The PROSOLIDAR Foundation supported INTERSOS by providing the mobile clinic for our Rome Street Unit for the Protection of Unaccompanied Foreign Minors in 2017
The Enel Cuore Foundation supported restoration work for opening the Rome A28 Night Centre for Unaccompanied Foreign Minors in Transit in 2011
The Intesa San Paolo Charitable Fund supported the activities of our Mobile Medical Unit in Rome for the Protection of the Protection of Unaccompanied Foreign Minors in 2017. In 2018 INTESA SAN PAOLO funded the Primary Health Care Centre INTERSOS24 in Torre Spaccata, Rome.
The Open Society Foundation supported the activities of the Mobile Migration Unit with a monitoring and data collection project regarding Unaccompanied Foreign Minors in Italy on the Northern Borders
The IBM foundation developed
an application for the Mesoghios project,
the INTERSOS Outpatient Clinic in Crotone.
The Johnson and Johnson Foundation contributed to the renovation of the Rome 24/7 Centre for Unaccompanied Foreign Minors of Torre Spaccata in 2017
The Edmond J.Safra Foundation contributed to the rehabilitation of the new Rome 24/7 Centre for Unaccompanied Foreign Minors of Torre Spaccata in 2017
In 2017, LDS Charities supported the launch of the Rome 24/7 Centre for Unaccompanied Foreign Minors of Torre Spaccata
In 2017-2018, ITO Supporing Comity supported the opening of INTERSOS24 in Roma: a new centre opens 24/7 to assist unaccompanied minors day and night through protection program and psycho-social support.
Medicus Mundi supported the opening of INTERSOS24, through the donation in kind of medical equipment.
The 8x1000 of the Baptist Christian Evangelical Union of Italy supported the Rome Centre for Unaccompanied Minors in Transit
Infocamere supported the opening of the Rome A28 Night Centre for Unaccompanied Foreign Minors in Transit in 2011
The Cassa di Risparmio di Calabria e Lucania Foundation supported the activities
of the Mesoghios Outpatient Clinic
The INTERCULTURA Foundation contributed to the Rome Centre for
Unaccompanied Minors in Transit