Dianova to Participate in Milano City Marathon to Raise Funds for La Villa Project

On April 12, Dianova Italy will participate in Milano City Marathon to promote sports and educational activities at "La Villa" residential center for at-risk youth

 

Why Run for Dianova ?

Dianova will participate in Milano City Marathon to raise funds for the project "E-Sport-Azione di Valori". The project aims to build a volleyball court and a football field as well as the renovation of the “La Villa” residential center’s swimming pool for the purpose of sharing sports and educational values.

Who are we looking for ?

We’re looking for anyone who wants to have fun and live the marathon as a moment of awareness, and sharing. You can choose to join the marathon on an individual basis or in relay with three friends (four relays of about 10 km).

How to support our project?

Run with us! Sign up individually or in relay with up to three friends. Your registration fee will help sustain the "E-Sport-Azione di Valori" project. For more information on how to apply, please contact us by email : info@dianova.it.

Become our "personal fundraiser": enable online fundraising by logging on your own initiative and ask your friends to support us by making a donation to Dianova. Fundraising can be activated on the « Rete del Dono » an Italian network where you can also donate directly to the Dianova project. 

‘Rete del Dono’ – fundraising site

La Villa

La VillaOpened in September 2013 in Palombara Sabina, near Rome, 'La Villa' is a facility dedicated specifically to adolescents and young adults. La villa accommodates up to eight boys and girls from 14 to 21 years of age, in a residential community structure which promotes the development of an educational and experiential process while in a protected environment. The objective of the project is to help residents gain in accountability and to empower them towards their social and family reintegration. 

One of the characteristics of the project is to attend male and female adolescents, Italians and foreigners, referred by juvenile courts or at the request of social services. In addition, the facility is partially operated by the residents themselves, in order to establish a relational climate likely to promote self-reliance and trust.

Read more on Dianova Italy's web site