At Coca‑Cola HBC Italia we believe that creating a sustainable future is a global matter: that’s why we support the activities of many non-profit organizations that operate in Italy.
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Arché Onlus was founded in 1991 in Milan by Giuseppe Bettoni to tackle the emergency of children infected by HIV. Today Arché's mission is to take care of mothers and children facing social distress and personal difficulties, with the aim of supporting them in reaching social, housing and working independence.
The Italian Red Cross association is a non-profit public institution whose aim is to bring the same medical and social assistance in wartime as in peacetime. It is part of the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement, ratified in 1928 at the XIII The Hague International Conference.
The Fondazione G. e D. De Marchi ONLUS per la lotta contro le emopatie e i tumori dell’infanzia (NGO for the fight against childhood cancers and blood disorders) is a non-profit organisation whose objective is to provide the De Marchi pediatric clinic in Milan with facilities and technological equipment to enable more accurate and earlier diagnoses.
Pane Quotidiano (Daily Bread) is a non-profit organisation founded in Milan in 1898 to feed the poor - initially with the traditional Milanese bread, the michetta. The association not only distributes bread, but also other foodstuffs - like milk, yogurt, pasta, chocolate, fruit, vegetables and cookies - to any person in need.